The Danish audio manufacturer M&K Sound has announced its latest product: the IW150A Architectural Loudspeaker.
M&K Sound‘s newest product can be used as an in-ceiling or in-wall solution for a range of applications that includes immersive audio as a height or surround channel loudspeaker. The company points out the IW150A IW150A Architectural Loudspeaker is based on the original S150 LCR product, and the new design features a 15-degree fixed angle tweeter, along with a 5.7-degree fixed angle pair of midrange drivers.
According to M&K Sound, its new speaker complements Dolby Atmos and DTS:X object-based audio reproduction and integrators can also use the product as an angled down or angled upwards firing LCR loudspeaker in room environments where space may be limited.
M&K Sound emphasizes the IW150A Architectural Loudspeaker like the rest of the 150 Series of products is designed to reside in rooms as large as 3,000 cubic feet, and internally the speaker utilizes two 5.25-inch coated-glass fiber midrange drivers and a 1.1-inch coated-silk dome tweeter.
The European audio company explains the speaker supports a 30-degree voicing angle, while its vertical dispersion enables a listening window of +/- 30 degrees +/- 2dB from line of sight. M&K notes the IW150A Architectural Loudspeaker also supports a vertical dispersion of 45 degrees, and a horizontal dispersion capability up to +/- 60 degrees.
M&K Sound adds that it rates the 90dB sensitive speaker’s frequency response at 80Hz to 20kHz, and stresses the IW150A Architectural Loudspeaker requires just 3.74 inches of mounting depth.