The Line 212 belongs to the rare category of large full-range systems with a passive crossover. With the new digital controller K&F CD 44 or the K&F TOPAS, the Line 212 Systems can either be run as a full-range system or as tops, extended with the subwoofers from the SW or Access Series.
Equipped with a complex passive filter network, the Line 212 has all virtues of a high grade active system. The passive technology makes the Line 212 enormously cost-effective, because it runs without expensive active electronics.
Even in the low mid-range, the FLC®-technology, developed and patented by Kling & Freitag, produces a dispersion pattern which progresses very directional and homogenously. In doing so, two matching speaker chassis are acoustically coupled to a column speaker (line) and, using the FLC® electronics, they are controlled phase matched in frequency bands with different widths. Using the frequency selective addition of both 12" cones, a highly efficient and acoustically optimised speaker unit is produced by the Line 212 – especially with regard to the bass playback, efficiency, and homogeneity of the omnidirectional pattern.
The high playback quality combined with the unique dispersion pattern and high achievable maximal sound pressure make the Line 212 Systems the 1st choice for all usages with medial acoustic range. They offer a high level of flexibility in use as a mobile PA system or in fixed installations, for example in a theatre, an event hall, multi-purpose hall, or in a stadium.
Alone or combined in a cluster, horizontal or vertical, on a stage or flown – the variety of the combinations with the Line 212 Systems is enormous. The accredited and easy-to-use 'Click & Fly®' System enables a quick and safe set-up.