Crest Performance Debuts CPT Series Loudspeakers

Dec 19, 2003 12:00 PM, Editors


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Crest Performance, a division of Crest Audio, introduced its new CPT Series loudspeakers, which offer crisp highs and smooth midrange performance for small- to medium-sized speaking and performance venues, including houses of worship, intimate music clubs, multipurpose rooms and permanent installations.

Crest Performance CPT loudspeakers include three-point flying hardware on the top and bottom for inverted flying, input plate, two-position barrier strips; 4-pin Neutrik connectors, 90x40-degree horns and 1.5-inch titanium compression drivers.

The CPT1 (MSRP: $399) offers a peak power handling of 800 watts (program power handling of 400W) and has a 10-inch woofer. The CPT2’s ($475) peak power handling is 1,000W (program power handling is 500W) and comes with a 12-inch woofer. The CPT5 ($515) offers the same power handling, but comes with a 15-inch woofer. The CPT1652 ($375) and CPT2652 ($445) offer peak power handling of 150W and 300W, respectively.

The CPT Series loudspeakers will be available in the first quarter of 2004. For more information, visit For more sound reinforcement product news, visit

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