The self-powered Mugello-KH5 is the largest speaker of the Mugello line and represents a revolutionary compact line array element for large-scale concerts and live events.

Comprised of two 15” neodymium woofers and four compression drivers with 2.5" voice coil in a shallow box frame, the large-format speaker can deliver up to 139 dB SPL rendering a powerful audio solution for the live sound market.



Type : Active line array element

Transducers : 2x 15” neodymium magnet woofer with 2.5” voice coil / 4x compression driver with 2.5” voice coil 

Frequency Response (1) : 120 Hz – 19 kHz (-6 dB)

Maximum SPL (2) : 140 dB peak

Coverage : V. 7°-25° (preset dependent) | H. 110° 

Connectors : Analog: 2x XLR (bal) input signal + 2x XLR (bal) parallel output.

                     Digital: 1x XLR AES3 input + 1x XLR AES3 output

Control : Remote control with dedicated PC software via USB or RS485..Onboard touch screen display.


Built-in DSP : Input gain, delay up to 330 ms, 8 full parametric IIR filters (Peaking, Shelving, Hi/Lo pass, Hi/Lo Butterworth), 

                      FIR filter for electronic beam steering Onboard preset, Level and temperature remote monitoring


Type : 4-ch., switch mode, class D

Output power : 4x 1600 W @ 4 Ω 1% THD+N

Power consumption : 600 W @ 8 Ω load, Pink noise 1/8 rated power

Protections : Over Temp. (Power Limiting – Thermal Shutdown), Short Circuit/Overload Output Protection, Power Limiting, 

                     Clip Limiter/Permanent Signal Limiter, High Frequency Protection

Operating range : 100-240V AC, 50-60 Hz with PFC

Mains connector : powerCON with link inlet


Dimensions (W x H x D) : 1218 x 604 x 210 mm (47.9 x 23.8 x 8.2 in) with rigging hardware 

                                          1104 x 520 x 200 mm (43.5 x 20.5 x 7.9 in) net dimensions 

Weight : 64 kg / 134.48 lb (with rigging hardware) 

Material : Wood

Color : Black, White, Custom RAL 


IP RatingIP20 (IP53 with K-AMPCOVER accessory)

Notes for data:

(1) With dedicated preset

(2) Maximum SPL is calculated using a signal with crest factor 4 (12dB) measured at 8 m then scaled at 1 m