The SL Series from KV2 was designed to respond to a specific requirement from architects for a powerful, slimline speaker that could either be integrated directly into walls or other surfaces or simply present an extremely discreet profile when mounted directly on the wall or even flown. KV2 has recently enhanced this range with the addition of the new SL6.10 subwoofer which replaces the SL2.15.
Measuring just 350mm (13.78 inches) deep and designed to integrate aesthetically with the SL412, the SL6.10 produces accurate bass from its ultra-slim cabinet design. Bass response is further enhanced by doubling, or even tripling the cabinets, particularly when the SL6.10 is used against or within a wall, providing optimum output for its compact footprint. It also combines acoustically with the ultra-low frequency VHD1.21 and 2.21 subwoofers as part of an active five-way system if required.
The 6 x 10-inch front-loaded bass drivers, with a 2-inch voice coil assembly and a ferrite magnetic motor structure, deliver very high dynamic range and a quality of articulation not normally achievable through larger mass, conventionally sized subwoofer cones, according to the company. Up to three SL6.10 subwoofers can be powered from just one channel of a VHD3200/3200D amplifier, which represents considerable savings compared to its predecessor, which required an amp channel to power two units.
SL6.10 offers a range of simple wall-mounting, suspension, and ground-stacking options, or it can be installed directly into walls and surfaces where space or visual aesthetics are at a premium. The units may also be designed and supplied with custom colors, grille templates, and logo.
Finally, the SL range now features the SL3000D and VHD3200D amplifiers that incorporate the KV2 Control & Diagnostics tool, meaning that the SL6.10 may be set up, controlled, and managed entirely remotely if required.
For more information, visit www.kv2audio.com.