Klipsch KPH-525B Black Pendant Housing – Pair
The Klipsch KPH-525B are keepers of the sound. Designed exclusively to easily fit the Klipsch IC-400-T, IC-500-T-SC or IC-525-T In-Ceiling 70/100 Volt Commercial speaker, the Klipsch KPH-525Wnow brings the benefits of efficiency and sonic clarity of the Klipsch IC speaker series to an aesthetic, suspended pendant design perfect for distributed sound in higher-ceiling structures.
Three mounting points for balance cables that converge to a single point for drop cable; safety cable attachment (cable not included) on Klipsch IC speaker back can.
The Klipsch KPH-525B family of pendant housings are designed specifically to accept the Klipsch IC series of 70/100 volt in-ceiling commercial loudspeakers. Klipsch KPH-525B pendant style speaker can be a perfect distributed sound solution for hospitality or retail environment in areas where high ceilings or a lack of a suspended ceiling make in-ceiling speakers a challenge for direct, overhead sound coverage. A pendant speaker can also provide a certain aesthetic solution when blended with similar lighting styles. With their Tractrix Horn-loaded design, the use of Klipsch IC Series speakers inside the housing provides both higher efficiency for increases output and reduced distortion for greater sound clarity and very even coverage patterns. The pendant housings should be used with the following in-ceiling speaker models: KPH-525: IC-400-T, IC-500-T-SC, IC-525-T KPH-650: IC-650-T KPH-800: IC-800-T & IC-SW-8T2
Klipsch KPH-525B speaker’s sensitivity specification gives you its Sound Pressure Level (SPL) output at one meter with one watt input. The accompanying illustration shows how you can determine SPL output at a given distance based on the following constants that apply to sound: 1. Every time you DOUBLE THE POWER input to a speaker you increase its SPL by 3dB. 2. Every time you DOUBLE THE DISTANCE from a speaker you lose 6dB of SPL. Background Music Levels-SPL levels usually 3-6dB above ambient sounds, approximately 70-85dB SPL’s. Foreground Music Levels-10dB+ above ambient sounds, approximately 85-95dB SPL’s. Use an SPL meter during the businesses’ peak traffic hours to determine ambient levels.