Klipsch is marking its 70th anniversary by debuting a raft of new speakers.
The Heritage Wireless collection is expanding and Klipsch will introduce two table top speakers and a pair of powered floor-standing speakers, The Demi, The Two and The Fifteens.
The Demi and The Two are two new tabletop stereo systems in the Klipsch Heritage Wireless range. The Demi features real wood veneer and spun copper controls and Bluetooth Wireless Technology. The Two features real wood veneer and spun copper controls, Bluetooth Wireless technology as well as being turntable ready, TV-ready and PC-ready.
The Fifteens blend timeless elements of real wood veneer, tactile spun-copper controls and a wide-baffle cabinet and mid-century modern design. Featuring 180W per channel built-in custom amplification with a 192kHz/24-bit DAC, 15” woofers and 1 ¾” horn loaded tweeters. The Fifteens also include a built-in phono pre-amp, optical digital, USB Audio, RCA and Bluetooth input
The Klipsch Reference Premiere Series will also be expanding in the coming twelve months with the addition of the Klipsch Reference Premiere Designer On-Wall.
“The new Reference Premiere Designer On-Wall series represents our highest performance on-wall speaker yet. With their slim profile and good looks they are at home adjacent to todays highest tech 4k displays,” says Klipsch’s Vice President and General Manager Rob Standley.
The Klipsch Reference Premiere Designer On-Wall speakers allows the user to experience the dynamic, powerful sound of Klipsch Reference Premiere in a moder on-wall package. Featuring a matte black finish and ultra-slim cabinets, these highly-efficient speakers complement the minimal design aesthetic of today’s stylish interiors.
The on-wall speakers feature 3.5” long-throw Cerametallic woofers and Tractrix horn-loaded 1” Titanium LTS Tweeters that deliver true Reference Premiere acoustics. Also they feature 4-way keyhole mounts, robust bases and rotating logos providing extreme flexibility in placement. Single, dual and quad woofer LCRS models, plus a 42” passive LCR sound bar can be combined to suit any size room.
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