The Anakonda KAN200 flexible speaker from K-array
Each unit is home to eight 1-inch neodymium cone drivers with a 0.75-inch voice coil
KAN200s can be daisy-chained together using the integrated NL4 connectors to a maximum of 32 combined speaker units
Ensuring the dulcet tones of your keynote speaker reach every nook and cranny of a crowded conference room can be something of a challenge. Even perfectly-positioned box speakers and a powerful sound system might leave some guests wondering what exactly was said. Italian audio specialist K-array has come up with a distinctly bendy answer to the problem of placing speakers in those awkward, out of reach places. The Anakonda KAN200 is so flexible it can be wrapped around lamp stands or table legs, mounted to curved surfaces, or quite literally be tied in knots. It promises crisp, intelligible audio, and can be combined with other units to form one seamless sound line over 200 ft in length.
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