The Firenze-KH7 is an extremely compact loudspeaker in an elegant frame with a high-power density. The self-powered line array element features four 12” coaxial neodymium magnet woofers and produces an exceptional peak output of 141 dB SPL for powerful, even coverage in the venue. An integrated Class D amplifier delivers 4 x 2000 W at 4Ω.

The Firenze-KH7 has an adjustable 100° by 30° horn to select a wide or narrow sound emission and a variety of dedicated joining and hanging accessories for different configurations including both vertical and horizontal cluster arrays.



Type : Active line array element

Transducers : 4x Coaxial 12” Neodymiun magnet driver with 3” voice coil + compression driver with 2” voice coil 

Frequency Response (1) : 90 Hz – 18 kHz (-6 dB) 

Maximum SPL (2) : 141 dB peak

Coverage : 100° H / 30° V or 30° H / 100° V + digital adjustment with Electronic Beam Steering 

Connectors : Analog: 1x XLR (bal) input signal + 1x XLR (bal) parallel output.

                     Digital: 1x XLR AES3 input 

Control : Remote control with dedicated PC software via Ethernet 


Built-in DSP : Input gain, delay up to 2 s, Full parametric IIR filters (Peaking, Shelving, Hi/Lo pass, Hi/Lo Butterworth), 

                      FIR filter for digital beam steering Level and Temperature remote monitoring 


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

Output power : 4x 2000 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) : 1170 x 350 x 200 mm (46 x 13.8 x 7.9 in) 

Weight : 52 kg (114.64 lb) 

Material : Stainless Steel 

Color : Black, Custom RAL


IP Rating : IP53

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

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