ESD Cube is the most compact loudspeaker from KV2 Audio

ESD Cube will be launched by KV2 Audio this week at Prolight + Sound in Frankfurt. With their credibility in the music industry, KV2 Audio will give its consumer a great product with ESD Cube and its sound that is high in quality and precision.

The ESD Cube is described as an ultra-compact passive five-inch loudspeaker that can boost its sound quality with any music—precision with drums and guitar tones, or any instrumental sound. It utilizes a unique trans-coil design for superior vocal reproduction, extended high-frequency response, increased dynamic range and the “lowest distortion of any comparable loudspeaker in its class.”

“What sets the Cube apart from similar offerings by other manufacturers is the unique trans-coil technology incorporated into its 5-inch twin cone speaker,” said KV2 Audio’s founder and chief engineer, George Krampera. “We had already seen excellent results using our AIC technology in other, larger systems, and I was determined to develop it still further for the Cube. The results have been beyond even our own expectations with perfect phase response, increased dynamic range and the lowest distortion of any speaker in its class.”

The ESD Cube can be used as its own, a standalone system with up to eight Cubes powered by a single ESP1000 amplifier. Another good thing about it is can be used too with the ESD1.10 single 10-inch passive subwoofer for applications, requiring more low-end reinforcement. One ESP1000 amplifier will run up to four Cubes and two ESD1.10s. A simple, proprietary flying bracket completes the system for a low profile look and easy installation.

ESD Cube has a compact dimension that makes it an ideal sound solution for bars, hotels, houses of worship, museums, tourist attractions, and corporate venues.

Visitors to Prolight + Sound this week can see the Cube for themselves on KV2’s booth at Hall 8, stand B71.

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