Klipsch Professional Series Architectural Subwoofers Deliver Powerful Bass with Minimal Footprint

July 26 2018, 01:20
Klipsch introduced two new discrete custom installation subwoofer solutions for home audio system design flexibility, expanding the brand’s architectural subwoofer assortment. The new PRO-800SW in-ceiling/floor and PRO-1200SW in-wall subwoofers, part of the Klipsch Professional Series, deliver powerful bass with a minimal visual footprint. 

The new PRO-1200SW (12” woofer) in-wall subwoofer is easy to install into new constructions in standard 16” OC stud bays. The in-wall subwoofer features a long-throw Cerametallic woofer with reverse rolled surround providing dynamic, balanced, and powerful low frequencies in a behind-the-drywall design that keeps it hidden from view. The PRO-1200SW joins the existing Klipsch PRO-1000SW (10” woofer) in-wall subwoofer in the series. 

The new Klipsch Professional Series PRO-800SW in-ceiling bandpass subwoofer delivers clean, dynamic low frequencies for distributed audio or whole home audio installations. The design features a robust yet flexible port tube that opens to a small 4.25” opening, matching the diameter of most recessed lights and minimizing its visual footprint in the room. The 8” long-throw Cerametallic woofer provides deep bass, and dual voice coil design allows for system design versatility. A 90° connector and robust dog legs on the port tube ceiling connector ensures secure, easy installations in small, tight spaces. The versatile Klipsch PRO-800SW subwoofer can act as an in-floor option as well, with a 4” x 10” floor vent kit accessory (sold separately) for discrete installation.

These Professional Series architectural subwoofer solutions feature MDF enclosures to ensure sound isolation from neighboring rooms, and magnetic, paintable grilles that blend seamlessly into any environment. 

Klipsch engineers have custom designed the presets for optimized EQ and limiter settings of its KDA Series Amplifiers to maximize output and acoustic performances of the Professional Series subwoofers. IP Ethernet network control drivers from Control4, Crestron, and RTI now communicate with and command Klipsch DSP amplifiers for seamless control and optimal sound. 

For more information on Klipsch Professional Series subwoofers, visit Klipsch.com/Custom
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