QSC K8.2 Active 8inch Speaker

$1,120.00 $1,099.00 Inc. GST

Amazingly powerful output in a compact cabinet ideal for crowded stages.

The QSC K8 powered loudspeaker features a 1000-watt Class-D power module, and its extremely compact size won’t intrude on audience sightlines. Its 105° wide dispersion is a major advantage when the audience is up close to the loudspeaker. Low frequencies extend to ~61Hz (-10dB) and the unit outputs an amazing 127dB.

The QSC K8 speaker features a 1-3/4″ HF device in its 2-way enclosure. The primary differentiator is the resulting output dispersionâ??the K8 being the widest at 105° and the K12 the narrowest at 75°. This radical approach is achievable due to a process called Directivity Matched Transition (DMT). DMT allows QSC to take advantage of a fundamental law of acoustics: smaller diameter woofers have wider coverage patterns than larger ones. The K Series matches the HF device to the LF dispersion, allowing for the smoothest and flattest frequency response possible across the entire sound field.

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Amazingly powerful output in a compact cabinet ideal for crowded stages. The QSC K8 powered loudspeaker features a 1000-watt Class-D power module, and its extremely compact size won’t intrude on audience sightlines. Its 105° wide dispersion is a major advantage when the audience is up close to the loudspeaker. Low frequencies extend to ~61Hz (-10dB) and the unit outputs an amazing 127dB. The QSC K8 speaker features a 1-3/4″ HF device in its 2-way enclosure. The primary differentiator is the resulting output dispersionâ??the K8 being the widest at 105° and the K12 the narrowest at 75°. This radical approach is achievable due to a process called Directivity Matched Transition (DMT). DMT allows QSC to take advantage of a fundamental law of acoustics: smaller diameter woofers have wider coverage patterns than larger ones. The K Series matches the HF device to the LF dispersion, allowing for the smoothest and flattest frequency response possible across the entire sound field.