Celestion KR-S/ST, KR-WP

Apr 19, 2004 12:00 PM, Editors


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Celestion has added to its KR Series of contractors speakers with the KR-S/ST and KR-WP, which are designed for use in cafés/restaurants, retail establishments, hotels, houses of worship, transportation terminals and public venues.

The KR-S/ST wall-mount speaker is a two-way system that employs a 4-inch low-frequency aluminum-coated polymer driver coupled with a 0.75-inch high-frequency aluminum-dome tweeter, which is able to deliver high-quality music or program material. With a power handling of 50 watts, the unit has a frequency response of 90 to 22k Hz, a sensitivity of 88 dB (2.83V/1m), and includes thermal PTC (6dB cut) protection. The KR-S/ST has voltage taps at 100V, 70.7V and 25V, and is suitable for use in safety-critical environments. Transformer power taps are provided at 30, 15, 8, 4 and 2W. In addition, the KR-S/ST’s enclosure features an industrial design that can be used as part of the facility’s architecture. Available in black, white or silver, the KR-S measures 8.3x4.7x5.9 inches and weighs 3.1 pounds, while the KR-ST measures 10.3x4.7x5.9 inches and weighs 4.2 pounds.

Celestion has also developed the new KR-WP (weather-proof) all-weather speaker enclosure that can be used at indoor or outdoor venues. The Celestion KR-WP is a two-way speaker that features a 5.25-inch bass driver and a 1-inch soft-dome high-frequency tweeter. With power handling of up to 150 watts, the KR-WP has a frequency response of 65 to 20k Hz, crossover frequency at 3 kHz and sensitivity of 91 dB (2.83V/1m). The KR-WP measures 12x7.1x8 inches, weighs 8.8 pounds and is available in pearl white.

Celestion is distributed in the U.S. by Group One, www.g1limited.com. For more new sound reinforcement products, visit mixonline.com/live_sound_products/index.htm. To read Mix's NSCA show report, visit mixonline.com/ar/audio_nsca_show_report/index.htm.

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