Recording

Klipsch Sweats in the Jazz Kitchen

From Latin Dance Nights every Thursday to bringing in leading jazz artists such as Harry Connick Jr., Ray Brown, The Yellowjackets and J.J. Johnson 5/19/2004 8:00 AM Eastern

From Latin Dance Nights every Thursday to bringing in leading jazzartists such as Harry Connick Jr., Ray Brown, The Yellowjackets andJ.J. Johnson, the 140-seat Jazz Kitchen club brings jazz music to theIndianapolis scene six nights a week and has been doing so for the pastnine years, thanks in part to a sound reinforcement system based onKlipsch loudspeakers.

Recently installed were three KI-362 three-way flown loudspeakersystems, two KP-682 subwoofers, two KI-102 two-way flown loudspeakersystems, a KSW-15 sub for extra bass response and a KSM-15 stagemonitor.

“Our sound capabilities allow every seat in the house to hearexactly what's happening onstage,” said Dave Allee, club owner.“Klipsch loudspeakers work really well for us because they arehighly efficient and deliver a very clean sound.” Trey Cannon,Klipsch's lab technician, was responsible for the recent install.

For more information, visit Klipsch online at www.klipsch.com. Formore informaiton on the Jazz Kitchen, visit www.thejazzkitchen.com/.