PK Sound highlights its new Tx Series

PK Sound, in partnership with ACT Entertainment has announced its forthcoming Tx Series of multipurpose point-source modules as the ideal complement to its line of robotic line arrays.  

Fully configured and controlled via PK .dynamics software, the Tx Series rounds out PK Sound’s Trinity range of robotic line source solutions to provide integrators and customers with a solution for a myriad of mobile and installed applications.

“There are plenty of great loudspeakers out there, but PK systems enable users to overcome the unique acoustic challenges of virtually any environment,” shared James Oliver, Chief Strategy Officer with PK Sound. “From arenas and stadiums to theatres and houses of worship, and beyond, users can mechanically configure and optimise system coverage remotely and in real-time to essentially remove the room from the performance. In addition to our robotic line array solutions, the Milan-ready Tx Series point-source modules introduce a complete system offering with an unprecedented degree of control and optimisation via PK .dynamics software.”

The forthcoming Tx Series includes the Tx26, which features controlled 100-degree conical directivity with a frequency response of 55 Hz-18 kHz and 133 dB peak SPL. Its pair of vented 6” Tetracoil transducers with custom phase plugs manage low-frequency response while a 1” HT polymer diaphragm compression driver handles high frequencies.

The larger Tx14 offers controlled 50-degree by 70-degree directivity with a frequency response spanning 50 Hz-18 Hz and 138.5 dB max SPL, all driven from a premium 14” coaxial transducer with a 3” neodymium diaphragm compression driver. As a floor monitor, the Tx14 has a natural inclination of 35 degrees, which is easily extended to 55 degrees via the onboard uptilt stands.

Featuring PK Sound’s patented multi-axis robotics, T8’s output, with peak SPLs reaching 143.5 dB, is controlled down to 400 Hz in both the vertical and horizontal planes, offering system operators flexibility in making coverage adjustments after the array is flown.

“The robotic arrays from PK Sound are a game changer in that they can alter both vertical and horizontal coverage on-the-fly to mechanically adapt to difficult acoustical conditions or changes in coverage areas — no other speaker array can do this,” commented Bob Patrick, Principal at IPR Services.