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Klipsch KI-215-SMA-II Commercial Dual 15" Subwoofer

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Klipsch KI-215-SMA-II Commercial Dual 15? Subwoofer

  • High power 15″ cast frame woofers
  • 800 – watt power handling capability
  • 12 rigging points for simple, reliable mounting
  • Weather resistant, dual coat textured black finish
  • Compact heavy duty, 13-ply Baltic Burch enclosure

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Klipsch KI-215-SMA-II Commercial Dual 15? Subwoofer

The Klipsch KI-215-SMA-II trapezoidal array-capable (twelve built-in 3/8″ 16-thread fly points) subwoofer perfectly complements Klipsch’s high power full-range loudspeaker systems. The Klipsch KI-215-SMA-II enclosure dimensions and rigging configuration are identical to the KI-362 full-range professional loudspeaker system, making it an ideal match when using an external, active two-way crossover. Its highest-quality heavy-duty drive components use 104-ounce magnets and 3″ voice coils as well as proprietary speaker motor assemblies to deliver high sensitivity and advanced power handling capabilities.

The Klipsch KI-215-SMA-II is ideal for clubs, theaters, auditoriums, churches, and performance halls the plywood construction tuned port enclosure applies CNC fabrication techniques for uniform tolerances and build reliability.

A Salute To Audio History

Paul W. Klipsch often borrowed Sir Isaac Newton’s quote:  If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of giants.”

In PWK’s case it was clearly a salute to the audio pioneers at Bell Telephone Laboratories. In the late twenties and early thirties, these giants laid the foundation for cinema sound and stereo, which is the basis of “high fidelity” today.

Today

The Klipsch Museum of Audio History contains milestone Klipsch products, test equipment, audio source components, and even some early manufacturing equipment. However, it also contains many artifacts preceding Klipsch and Associates, including Bell Telephone/Western Electric, Armstrong, RCA, Voigt, Edison, and many others. The intent is to put Klipsch in context (albeit prominently) with the roots of our industry.

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.

Hands On

It was during his service at the Southwest Proving Grounds located in Hope, Ark. that Paul W. Klipsch refined his corner horn speaker design. Visitors to his officer’s quarters were amazed by the lifelike reproduction and encouraged PWK to start his own manufacturing business.

He received a patent on his loudspeaker design in 1945, registered the name Klipsch & Associates in 1946, and began making each loudspeaker with his own two hands until he hired his first employee in 1948.

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:

High Efficiency

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.

Low Distortion

Klipsch horn technology reproduces the softest sounds with remarkable clarity and detail and the loudest sounds with no harshness or distortion.

Controlled Directivity

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.

Weight 42.67 kg
Dimensions 8715 × 4191 × 4937 mm
Color

Home Subwoofer RMS

Home Subwoofer Size

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When you add an item to your cart the Estimated Shipping* cost will be shown.  This estimated shipping* cost is accurate to most major city locations across Canada.  If the shipping cost is higher than the estimated shipping* then GibbysESM will contact you for approval before we process your order.

To learn more click Shipping Terms & Conditions

Klipsch offers a limited 2 year on electronics and 5 years on woofer – Subwoofer Warranty

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The Klipsch KI-215-SMA-II trapezoidal array-capable (twelve built-in 3/8″ 16-thread fly points) subwoofer perfectly complements Klipsch’s high power full-range loudspeaker systems. The Klipsch KI-215-SMA-II enclosure dimensions and rigging configuration are identical to the KI-362 full-range professional loudspeaker system, making it an ideal match when using an external, active two-way crossover. Its highest-quality heavy-duty drive components use 104-ounce magnets and 3″ voice coils as well as proprietary speaker motor assemblies to deliver high sensitivity and advanced power handling capabilities.

The Klipsch KI-215-SMA-II is ideal for clubs, theaters, auditoriums, churches, and performance halls the plywood construction tuned port enclosure applies CNC fabrication techniques for uniform tolerances and build reliability.

A Salute To Audio History

Paul W. Klipsch often borrowed Sir Isaac Newton’s quote:  If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of giants.”

In PWK’s case it was clearly a salute to the audio pioneers at Bell Telephone Laboratories. In the late twenties and early thirties, these giants laid the foundation for cinema sound and stereo, which is the basis of “high fidelity” today.

Today

The Klipsch Museum of Audio History contains milestone Klipsch products, test equipment, audio source components, and even some early manufacturing equipment. However, it also contains many artifacts preceding Klipsch and Associates, including Bell Telephone/Western Electric, Armstrong, RCA, Voigt, Edison, and many others. The intent is to put Klipsch in context (albeit prominently) with the roots of our industry.

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.

Hands On

It was during his service at the Southwest Proving Grounds located in Hope, Ark. that Paul W. Klipsch refined his corner horn speaker design. Visitors to his officer’s quarters were amazed by the lifelike reproduction and encouraged PWK to start his own manufacturing business.

He received a patent on his loudspeaker design in 1945, registered the name Klipsch & Associates in 1946, and began making each loudspeaker with his own two hands until he hired his first employee in 1948.

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:

High Efficiency

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.

Low Distortion

Klipsch horn technology reproduces the softest sounds with remarkable clarity and detail and the loudest sounds with no harshness or distortion.

Controlled Directivity

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.

Weight 42.67 kg
Dimensions 8715 × 4191 × 4937 mm
Color

Home Subwoofer RMS

Home Subwoofer Size

Estimated Shipping

When you add an item to your cart the Estimated Shipping* cost will be shown.  This estimated shipping* cost is accurate to most major city locations across Canada.  If the shipping cost is higher than the estimated shipping* then GibbysESM will contact you for approval before we process your order.

To learn more click Shipping Terms & Conditions

Klipsch offers a limited 2 year on electronics and 5 years on woofer – Subwoofer Warranty

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