Kling & Freitag CA 1215-6M Passive Speaker, coverage of 65 degrees.
Adjustable speaker mount CA 1215 / Flying Bars on available on request..
- 4 flightcase options
- 2-way full range loudspeaker system loaded with 12″/1.5″
- Very precise coverage in horizontal and vertical axes (65° x 50°), rotatable horn
- 130 dB max. SPL
- Multifunctional trapezoidal enclosure with 5 flying points
- CA 1215-6 – M is useful as wedge monitor
- Frequency response -10 dB58 Hz – 22 kHz
- Frequency response ±3 dB80 Hz – 19 kHz
- Nominal coverage angles65° x 50° (hor. x vert.)
- Power handling program 800 watts
- Power handling peak1 600 watts
- Max. SPL130 dB (SPL peak/1 m)
K&F CA SERIES
The CA series consists of compact, passive full-range, high-performance speakers of various performance categories. In the mid-high range, all systems have rotatable horn-driver combinations with a defined dispersion pattern, thereby guaranteeing a homogeneous distribution of sound. Can be used variably in many applications. Outstanding acoustic properties are achieved with carefully developed compensation and linearisation filters in the crossover. Elaborate all-pass filters perfect the phase response and group delay. The result is a barely noticeable transition from the direct emitter to the horn driver and a homogeneous progression of dispersion at all dispersion levels. Impressive sound quality everywhere!
Depending on the model, the CA series is very well-suited for use at short or medium audience distances. A well thought-out enclosure design and functional accessories enable flexible use in the widest range of PA sound requirements. The enclosures are equipped either as standard units or, in the case of option “M”, with a monitor angle. Practical advantages for everyday sound reinforcement. Additionally, it is possible to create monitor pairs (horn to horn) by using the option ‘AS’ (axial symmetry). Sound experts value the axially symmetrical arrangement when using them as vocal monitors on stage. The higher concentration in the mid-range area and optimisation of the phase relationship make the key difference. Sounds good!