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There are a lot of different model numbers, variants, etc etc - and tonnes of threads on here with duplicate info. So I figured it could be good to combine all of the information we have into one post/thread for people! Feel free to post links and info, and I'll edit it into the post. The aim is to include all the variants, driver details, links to brochures/datasheets. This is a work in progress!

 

Klipsch Industrial

Klipsch Heresy Slant

Klipsch Heresy Industrial

Klipsch Cornwall Industrial

Klipsch La Scala Industrial

Klipsch La Scala Industrial Split

Klipsch MCM

Klipsch TSCM (Pro Klipschorns)

 

Klipsch Professional (Spun off in the late 1980's to WWR Technologies)

Klipsch KP115 - 15" Subwoofer

Klipsch KP201 - Pro Heresy

Klipsch KP250 - Pro Heresy with Ports

Klipsch KP260 - 2 Way 12" with Chorus II Horn

Klipsch KP262 - 2 Way 12" with Chorus II Horn

 

Klipsch KP301 - 3 Way 15"

K-79-K
K-57-K w/K-601 horn 
K-48-E
Response  36 Hz 20kHz.
Crossover type KP3.0A
101 dB SPL with 2.83 v input measured in a 100 cubic meter room at 1 meter.
Max SPL 124 dB at max continuous power rating of 200 watts
82 lbs

 

Klipsch KP320 - 2 Way 15" with 12" Drone Ported Forward

Klipsch KP360 - 3 Way 15" with Chorus II Horn

Klipsch KP362 - 3 Way 15" with Chorus II Horn

Klipsch KP480 - 18" Sub with 12" Drone

Klipsch KP684 - Double 18" Subwoofer

Klipsch KP6000 - Early quasi-Line Array Concert System, built off technology from Guido Noselli, the founder of Outline (the Italian Klipsch distributors)

 

Klipsch Professional Carpeted Boxes aka KPro aka KP-C (WWR Technologies)

Infosheet Attached.

Enclosures built by Bullfrog in South Bend, Indiana. Final Assembly: Hope. Made of OSB with Rat Fur.

Built to compete with Yamaha and Peavey.

KP1000

Rat Fur version of the 115 aka "The Stubby Sub"

KP2000

KP2002

Upgraded 2000.

KP2500

KP2502

Updated 2500 with dual Tractrix Horns.

KP3000

KP3002

The KP3002 had a K-48-KP woofer and a KP-65-E squawker on a KP-604 horn. This was a product in the K-Pro C Series carpeted range and was a trapezoidal enclosure.

KP4000

Rat Fur version of the KP480

 

Klipsch Professional (Klipsch Group LLC - 1997 onwards)

KP201-II

 

KP301-II

FREQUENCY RESPONSE: 45Hz - 20kHz±4dB (-10dB @ 39Hz) @ 3 meters, 1/2 space anechoic

SENSITIVITY: 102dB @ 2.83V, 1 meter, 1/2 space anechoic

POWER HANDLING: 400 watts (41.5V)

CALC MAX CONTINUOUS OUTPUT: 125dB

COVERAGE ANGLE: 60° Horizontal x 40° Vertical

DIRECTIVITY INDEX (DI): 9dB ±2dB

NOMINAL IMPEDANCE: 8 ohms, 4.3 ohms minimum @ 1401Hz

TRANSDUCERS: One K-792-KP compression driver, one KP-66-E titanium compression driver and one 15" K-48-KP woofer

CROSSOVER FREQUENCY: 650Hz and 7kHz

INPUT CONNECTIONS: Dual red/black five-way binding posts and dual locking Neutrik® Connectors (see pictures)

DIMENSIONS (H x W x D): 32.625" (82.9cm) x 20.825" (53cm) x 16.825" (42.9cm)

WEIGHT: 82 lbs. (37.2kg)

 

Current Klipsch Professional Range

KI115

KI118 (Special Order, not listed in Catalogue - but available!)

KI215

KI362

KI396

KPT250

 

KP-C Infosheet.pdf

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On 4/25/2021 at 4:04 AM, Vivi said:

There are a lot of different model numbers, variants, etc etc - and tonnes of threads on here with duplicate info. So I figured it could be good to combine all of the information we have into one post/thread for people! Feel free to post links and info, and I'll edit it into the post. The aim is to include all the variants, driver details, links to brochures/datasheets. This is a work in progress!

 

Klipsch Industrial

Klipsch Heresy Slant

Klipsch Heresy Industrial

Klipsch Cornwall Industrial

Klipsch La Scala Industrial

Klipsch La Scala Industrial Split

Klipsch MCM

Klipsch TSCM (Pro Klipschorns)

 

Klipsch Professional (Spun off in the late 1980's to WWR Technologies)

Klipsch KP115 - 15" Subwoofer

Klipsch KP201 - Pro Heresy

Klipsch KP250 - Pro Heresy with Ports

Klipsch KP260 - 2 Way 12" with Chorus II Horn

Klipsch KP262 - 2 Way 12" with Chorus II Horn

 

Klipsch KP301 - 3 Way 15"

K-79-K
K-57-K w/K-601 horn 
K-48-E
Response  36 Hz 20kHz.
Crossover type KP3.0A
101 dB SPL with 2.83 v input measured in a 100 cubic meter room at 1 meter.
Max SPL 124 dB at max continuous power rating of 200 watts
82 lbs

 

Klipsch KP320 - 2 Way 15" with 12" Drone Ported Forward

Klipsch KP360 - 3 Way 15" with Chorus II Horn

Klipsch KP362 - 3 Way 15" with Chorus II Horn

Klipsch KP480 - 18" Sub with 12" Drone

Klipsch KP684 - Double 18" Subwoofer

Klipsch KP6000 - Early quasi-Line Array Concert System, built off technology from Guido Noselli, the founder of Outline (the Italian Klipsch distributors)

 

Klipsch Professional Carpeted Boxes aka KPro aka KP-C (WWR Technologies)

Infosheet Attached.

Enclosures built by Bullfrog in South Bend, Indiana. Final Assembly: Hope. Made of OSB with Rat Fur.

Built to compete with Yamaha and Peavey.

KP1000

Rat Fur version of the 115 aka "The Stubby Sub"

KP2000

KP2002

Upgraded 2000.

KP2500

KP2502

Updated 2500 with dual Tractrix Horns.

KP3000

KP3002

The KP3002 had a K-48-KP woofer and a KP-65-E squawker on a KP-604 horn. This was a product in the K-Pro C Series carpeted range and was a trapezoidal enclosure.

KP4000

Rat Fur version of the KP480

 

Klipsch Professional (Klipsch Group LLC - 1997 onwards)

KP201-II

 

KP301-II

FREQUENCY RESPONSE: 45Hz - 20kHz±4dB (-10dB @ 39Hz) @ 3 meters, 1/2 space anechoic

SENSITIVITY: 102dB @ 2.83V, 1 meter, 1/2 space anechoic

POWER HANDLING: 400 watts (41.5V)

CALC MAX CONTINUOUS OUTPUT: 125dB

COVERAGE ANGLE: 60° Horizontal x 40° Vertical

DIRECTIVITY INDEX (DI): 9dB ±2dB

NOMINAL IMPEDANCE: 8 ohms, 4.3 ohms minimum @ 1401Hz

TRANSDUCERS: One K-792-KP compression driver, one KP-66-E titanium compression driver and one 15" K-48-KP woofer

CROSSOVER FREQUENCY: 650Hz and 7kHz

INPUT CONNECTIONS: Dual red/black five-way binding posts and dual locking Neutrik® Connectors (see pictures)

DIMENSIONS (H x W x D): 32.625" (82.9cm) x 20.825" (53cm) x 16.825" (42.9cm)

WEIGHT: 82 lbs. (37.2kg)

 

Current Klipsch Professional Range

KI115

KI118 (Special Order, not listed in Catalogue - but available!)

KI215

KI362

KI396

KPT250

 

KP-C Infosheet.pdf 395.69 kB · 1 download

 

 

 

I see nothing listed about the Klipsch KP-600's. I see nothing listed about the early Pro Cornwall AKA the CP-1. I see nothing listed about the Klipsch KPT=1502 or the KPT-1802. I see nothing listed about the Jubilee. I see nothing listed about the MCM grand, etc. 

 

 Roger

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6 minutes ago, twistedcrankcammer said:

 

I see nothing listed about the Klipsch KP=600's.

he did mention the kp 600 --but I think he's calling it by error -----kp 6000

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On 4/28/2021 at 2:20 PM, RandyH000 said:

he did mention the kp 600 --but I think he's calling it by error -----kp 6000

 

That KP6000 is a line array, not a single unit speaker like the KP600.

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12 minutes ago, Islander said:

 

That KP6000 is a line array, not a single unit speaker like the KP600.

good to know - send me a picture or a link if you see it -    just curious

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On 4/28/2021 at 5:12 PM, twistedcrankcammer said:

 

 

 

I see nothing listed about the Klipsch KP-600's. I see nothing listed about the early Pro Cornwall AKA the CP-1. I see nothing listed about the Klipsch KPT=1502 or the KPT-1802. I see nothing listed about the Jubilee. I see nothing listed about the MCM grand, etc. 

 

 Roger

 

How about KPT-100?  KP-101?

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Klipsch Professional, LLC also includes the separate pieces for current MCM products, like my KPT-MWM.

 

Pretty sure the midrange boxes and k-402 and k-510 would fall into that catagory.

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On 4/29/2021 at 7:12 AM, twistedcrankcammer said:

 

 

 

I see nothing listed about the Klipsch KP-600's. I see nothing listed about the early Pro Cornwall AKA the CP-1. I see nothing listed about the Klipsch KPT=1502 or the KPT-1802. I see nothing listed about the Jubilee. I see nothing listed about the MCM grand, etc. 

 

 Roger

Hey m8. Feel free to add to it, anyone who can write a paragraph about stuff missing can write a paragraph of stuff to add. ;)

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