February 14, 2014 by Rachel Cericola
Some of you may not be ready for the outdoors yet. It’s cold—and in some parts, very snowy. Klipsch will be ready to go outside whenever you are, thanks to its new Compact Performance Series.
The Compact Performance Series is a new line of speakers that can work both indoors and out. At launch, the line will include the CP-6, the CP-4, the CP-6T, and the CP-4T.
The CP-4T and CP-6T are specifically designed for business use, with the CP-4 and CP-6 designated as the line’s residential models. Each one works outside or it can be used indoors for surround sound or on a bookshelf.
Designed to compliment just about any decor, each speaker has an integrated mounting bracket for close-to-the-wall placement, as well as a V-shaped cabinet rear profile in case you want it in a corner. Each one also comes in a paintable black or white finish, with matching grilles and a weather-resistant, reinforced cabinet.
On the inside, the Compact Performance Series has Klipsch’s own Tractrix Horn technology and long-throw woofers. If you want to get specific, each one has a 0.75-inch aluminum tweeter and a 90-by-90-degree Tractrix horn. The CP-4 has a 3.5-inch long-throw IMG woofer, with the CP-6 getting bumped up to 5.25 inches.
Klipsch is selling the CP-4 and the CP-6 now, priced at $249.99 and $349.99 per pair, respectively. The CP-4T and the CP-6T are also sold in pairs, for $300 and $430, respectively.
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Over the past 15 years, Rachel Cericola has covered entertainment, web and technology trends. Check her out at www.rachelcericola.com.
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