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QSC K8.2 Two-Way 8" 2000W Powered Portable PA Speaker with DSP Processor

BH #QSK82 • MFR #K8.2
QSC K8.2 Two-Way 8" 2000W Powered Portable PA Speaker with DSP Processor
Key Features
  • For Small Spaces / Up to 250 People
  • Clean, Clear, Loud & Portable, 27 lbs
  • Presets for EQ and Subs, 3-Input Mixer
  • 105° Coverage, 59 Hz - 20 kHz
Audio engineers and rental houses looking for a portable, versatile, and simple to use PA will be thrilled with the 8" QSC K8.2, a 2000W powered PA speaker that functions as a main PA in a wide variety of positions and with a pair, can cover an audience up to 250. The onboard DSP processing, 3-input mixer, and LCD interface with easy-to-use presets help working presenters, musicians, instructors, performers, and A/V providers get powerful, clean, and clear sound quickly.
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What is the vertical coverage of K.12.2, K.10.2 ...

What is the vertical coverage of K.12.2, K.10.2 and k.8.2?
Asked by: ICF
The 8 is 105 degrees, the 10 is 90 degrees, and the 12 is 75 degree vertical and horizontal.
Answered by: John
Date published: 2019-10-28

Has anyone compare the QSC k8’s to Alto TS308 ...

Has anyone compare the QSC k8’s to Alto TS308 2000W TOO
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes. These two products are far apart from each other. The QSC out-performs and has additional features, including DSP.
Answered by: james
Date published: 2021-04-13

How loud is the fan in db? Does it have variable ...

How loud is the fan in db? Does it have variable speeds? Does the fan slow down when the speaker is in standby mode?
Asked by: Dallin
The QSC K8.2 Two-Way 8" 2000W Powered Portable PA Speaker with DSP Processor (BH # QSK82) features a very quiet, low-noise fan. Once the amplifier reaches a certain temperature, the fan engages at very a low speed, and as the amplifier heats up, a clever algorithm in the DSP will instruct the fan to speed up accordingly. There are no published specifications for the dB level but it is not audible while content is playing.
Answered by: Mark S
Date published: 2024-06-05
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