Klipsch are catering to outdoor audio enthusiasts with the introduction of eight new outdoor speakers. These passive outdoor speakers come in four different sizes and two drive types, offering a variety of options to suit different outdoor spaces.
Each of the new Klipsch outdoor speakers features a two-way system comprising a cone bass-midrange driver and a compression driver for the treble range. What sets these speakers apart is the innovative five-fold horn volume design for the bass-midrange drivers, which ensures robust bass performance despite their compact size.
Klipsch introduces two speaker series tailored for different needs: the RSM series (Residential Surface Mount) caters to private users with conventional 8-ohm speaker connections, while the PSM series (Professional Surface Mount) targets commercial clients or sound reinforcement companies with Phoenix socket connections for professional 70 or 100-volt installations commonly found in retail stores, churches, or larger restaurants.
Both series feature four models of varying sizes and load capacities. For instance, the Klipsch RSM-400 boasts a 10 cm bass-midrange driver, while the largest Klipsch RSM-800 is equipped with a 21 cm bass-midrange driver.
Designed to withstand outdoor elements, all new outdoor speakers are IPX6-rated, ensuring resistance to water jets with increased pressure and small rain showers.
The prices mentioned are for pairs, although individual models from the Klipsch PSM series are available upon request.