Posted Wed Jan 6, 2016 at 09:00 AM PST by Steven Cohen
Several audio products are on display now.
To celebrate its 70th anniversary, Klipsch is demonstrating its latest audio lineup at CES. The collection includes the Reference Premiere HD Wireless speakers, the R-15PM powered monitors, several new soundbars, new Bluetooth speakers, and more.
The Reference Premiere HD Wireless speakers use the company's Reference Premiere acoustic platform along with an HD Control Center for lossless, wireless audio transmission using WiSA technology. The series includes tower speakers RP-440W ($999 each), monitor speakers RP-140WM ($999 pair), a center channel speaker RP-440WC ($499 each), and a subwoofer RP-110WSW ($799 each) that are all modeled after the company's Reference Premiere series. In addition, the HD Control Center ($499 each) smart distribution hub "processes multi-channel inputs and distributes them wirelessly with transmission of up to 24 bit/96kHz." The Reference Premiere HD Wireless speakers will be available in March at Magnolia Home Theater and Magnolia Design Center stores.
Meanwhile, Klipsch is introducing the new R-15PM powered monitors ($499 pair) as well. Part of the Reference Series, the monitors are designed for simple set up and include an integrated phono pre-amp, Bluetooth wireless technology, digital optical, analog RCA and USB audio inputs. In addition, the speakers use proprietary 90°x90° Hybrid Tractrix Horn technology and Linear Travel Suspension titanium tweeters, along with individual, ultra-low noise amplifiers designed to eliminate the need for an A/V receiver. The R-15PM powered monitors will be available in January.
The company also announced five new soundbar models with HDMI and a Reference Premiere theater bar. Likewise, select models will use Play-Fi wireless technology for multi-room and wireless streaming audio. Ten new Bluetooth speakers, new wireless headphones, and the new Jamo digital series of speakers.
Klipsch's new audio lineup is now on hand at CES from January 6-9.
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