Now You Can Enjoy Klipsch Outdoors
Tech driven audio company Klipsch have announced the release of their professional series of landscape speakers in Australia, which they say use the same high performance acoustic design philosophies of their legendary indoor products.
The range includes two satellite speakers, the Klipsch PRO-650T-LS ($1099 RRP each) with a 6.5” IMG woofer and a Tractrix horn-loaded 1” Aluminum Dome Tweeter. There's also the Klipsch PRO-500T-LS ($699 RRP each) which features a 5” IMG woofer and a Tractrix horn-loaded 1” Aluminum Dome Tweeter.
Klipsch developed the custom wide dispersion Tractrix horn specifically for this application, which offers wide dispersion and a dynamic, powerful sound in a landscape format.
The PRO speakers are IP45 rated and use a rustproof aluminium grille mated to a UV-resistant, mechanically reinforced ABS cabinet. A custom designed silicon switch cover on the back keeps everything water-tight, and the speakers have been lab tested andv certified to offer the best in outdoor audio year in and year out.
Combine these with two in-ground, minimal footprint subwoofers, the Klipsch PRO-12SW-LS ($3699 RRP) with a long-throw 12” IMG woofer and the Klipsch PRO-10SW-LS ($2699 RRP) with a long-throw 10” IMG woofer.
For flexibility when it comes to installation, the Klipsch Landscape series offers the unique ability to select between low impedance (8ohm) and 70v/100v installations. There is also the PRO-10-GS and the PRO-18 GS ground stakes. The Klipsch ground stakes are designed specifically for tool-free installation of the Pro Series Landscape speakers. With a built-in directivity aid arrow, and a simple 45°-turn satellite installation and locking method, Klipsch says the "Pro-18-GS allows for one of the easiest installation experiences in the landscape speaker market today".
The Klipsch Lanscape series is available now and distributed in Australia by Powermove Distribution.
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