Not long ago, d&b audiotechnik established its SL-Series with the flagship GSL line array system which is designed as a complete package for arena, stadium and festival environments. Engineered to deliver precise broadband directivity control across the entire audio bandwidth, GSL’s hallmarks are quiet stages for the performers, maximum art for the audience and minimal noise for those beyond.
Now d&b adds to the SL-Series with a smaller system sharing the same DNA — KSL. Due for official release on 24th January 2019 at the NAMM show, KSL delivers all the recognisable features of its SL lineage from broadband directivity to advanced rigging options and can be used as a standalone, self-contained package, a delay, or fill accompaniment to GSL, maintaining the SL-Series family attributes from top to toe. The introduction of KSL spans out the SL-Series’ feature sets into wider areas and events including performance installations of any genre.
Further information can be found on the d&b audiotechnik website.
Thanks to Audio Technology magazine for their write-up, which can be viewed here.