Alongside the new Heritage headphone range, Klipsch have revealed new speakers and subwoofers set for release over the coming year as the company continues to celebrate its 70th anniversary.
Two new table top speakers will be added to Klipsch’s Heritage Wireless collection, along with a new pair of floorstanding speakers called ‘The Fifteens’.
“When designing The Fifteens, we took cues from the 1930’s and the result is a pair of romantically nostalgic floorstanding speakers with a distinct wide baffle and large format sound,” said Steve Jain, VP and general manager, Klipsch.
“The Fifteens completely redefine the audiophile experience with a design nod to the past and the latest technology,” Mr Jain added.
The Demi and The Two are Klipsch’s new table top systems in the company’s Heritage Wireless range. Both speakers feature real wood veneer, spun copper controls and Bluetooth connectivity, with The Two also designed to be easily connected to turntables, TVs and PCs.
A new set of floorstanding speakers designed for simple set-up are also on the way from Klipsch. The R-25PF speakers are designed to be connected directly to a turntable, television computer or other device, featuring Bluetooth connectivity along with digital optical, analog RCA and USB inputs.
New Reference subwoofers from Klipsch have also been announced, with in-room tuning controlled via the Klipsch LowControl app. Klipsch also announced the Powergate Max 180w digital amplifier as an expansion to the company’s multi-room streaming ecosystem Klipsch Stream. The Powergate Max features 192kHz/24-bit ESS DACs and is “turntable ready.”
“The Klipsch showcase of products illustrates our commitment to incorporating luxury materials, such as real wood veneer and tactile spun copper switches and knobs, blended with the acoustics and the classic design legacy of Paul W. Klipsch,” said Paul Jacobs, president and CEO of Klipsch Group.
More details on pricing and release dates are expected at a later date.