All KV2 Audio loudspeaker units are designed with low loss, low compression horn assemblies and are low’q’.
Their wide dispersion aspects mean that physical side by side ‘arraying’ is not the correct method or way to utilize the loudspeakers in application, primarily due to the interaction effects which cause poor phase response, frequency response and in-accurate dispersion.
It is entirely feasible to utilize a combination of two VHD2.0 enclosures, providing that they are located and placed as highlighted in the picture below.
The VHD2000 control Amplifier is permanently ‘pre-set’ for the VHD2.0 mid hi enclosure, however because there are currently a choice of four different subwoofer units for different applications and with the potential to combine units so as to make a complete 4 or 5-way system, it is important to select the correct setting as denoted on the front Amplifier panel, as well as referring to the explanation and instructions within the VHD user guide.
These settings allow the correct and crucial sensitive integration of the designated subwoofers with regards to Crossover point, Phase response, and overall balance between the subwoofers and mid hi enclosures and tonal balance with regards to sound pressure level and output.