Klipsch KI-115-SMA-ll Commercial 15? Subwoofer
The Klipsch KI-115-SMA-ll is designed for high output, long-term reliability. The low frequency enclosure utilizes a single K-48-EP cast frame 15″ woofer. This 104-ounce magnet, 3″ voice coil powerhouse delivers high sensitivity with superior power handling. Klipsch’s specially designed speaker motor assembly ensures that high transient cone excursions won’t damage the voice coil former under extreme output applications.
Perfect for music reinforcement and reproduction, the Klipsch KI-115-SMA-ll finds ready application in clubs, theaters, auditoriums, churches and performance environments. The rugged, tuned port, 3/4″ furniture grade plywood enclosure utilizes CNC fabrication techniques for uniform tolerances, contributing to advanced reliability and ruggedness. Dado “locktab” and rabbet joint construction contribute to freedom from resonance and cabinet-induced coloration.
Signal connections are provided via two parallel-wired Neutrik NL-4 Speakon panel mount jacks. The KI-115 subwoofer utilizes radiused top and bottom panels with a perforated metal grille, and is black dual texture-coated for weather and corrosion resistance. The KI-115 is available with or without a passive crossover.
The Klipsch KI-115-SMA-ll subwoofer utilizes radiused top and bottom panels with a perforated metal grille, and is black dual texture-coated for weather and corrosion resistance. The KI-115-SMA-ll is available with or without a passive crossover, and is compatible with Klipsch KI-102, KI-172, KI-262 and KI-272 full-range professional loudspeaker systems.
Paul Wilbur Klipsch (PWK) was an American audio pioneer, a true eccentric and a proud member of the engineering and science hall of fame. He gave rise to speaker technologies that would forever impact generations of music lovers. His passion enabled theirs.
The Tin Shed
The genesis of something, very, very special occurred in a tiny tin shed in Hope, Arkansas in 1946 when Paul W. Klipsch, genius, madman and maverick, designed and hand-built the legendary Klipschorn® speaker with the goal of bringing live music into his living room.
In the understatement of the century, we’d say he succeeded.
The tin shed is now a full-fledged factory with its own cabinet production line and the company’s headquarters have moved to Indianapolis, Indiana; however, the mission remains to create the world’s best speakers.
Four Principles Of Klipsch Sound
Paul W. Klipsch believed in four principles that continue to drive the design of every new Klipsch speaker, today and tomorrow:
Klipsch utilizes horn-loaded technology in each of its speaker categories, minus headphones and subwoofers, because the horn shape results in accurate and dynamic sound transmission.
Klipsch horn technology reproduces the softest sounds with remarkable clarity and detail and the loudest sounds with no harshness or distortion.
Klipsch horn technology assists in accurately directing sound, which, in turn, creates a more lifelike soundstage.
Flat Frequency Response
Our stunningly accurate speakers offer no unnatural highs, mids or lows, delivering sound as the artist intended.