Klipsch To Debut New Tech-Focused Audio Solutions at CES 2019
Klipsch debuts a variety of premium sound solutions for a variety of applications at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2019.
New products include a family of small wireless in-ear headphones that allow people to listen comfortably on the go, and premium sound solutions that are upgrades to television sound — including, wireless room or portable speakers with voice command functionality, feature-rich sound bars and wireless home theater speakers.
The Klipsch T5 family of in-ear headphones are small in size and weight, yet powerful in performance, technology, materials and comfort. Each model features the brand’s patented oval ear tips for comfort and an excellent seal for noise isolation and improved bass. There are four headphones in the lineup to complement a variety of lifestyles and use cases, such as the company’s first T5 True Wireless ear buds, active lifestyle and professional versions, and a wired model. Prices range from $59-199 (US MSRP). Available spring 2019.
Klipsch is also expanding its line of Heritage Wireless speakers. The company recently announced the introduction of The Three with Google Assistant built in and will debut new finish options, as well as smaller, portable options with similar technology, premium materials and impressive sound. Prices range from $149-$499 (US MSRP). Available spring and summer 2019.
Five new Klipsch sound bars will be showcased at CES 2019 that are a major upgrade to stand-alone television sound. The sound bars are designed with quality materials and horn-loaded technology to look and sound more like the brand’s premium Reference speakers. Models range from 40”-54” in width, with power and dynamics increasing with size. Klipsch Bar 40G becomes a personal assistant with the Google Assistant built in, Bar 48W is compatible with the Google Assistant, Alexa and AirPlay 2 and includes DTS Virtual:X surround sound, and Klipsch Bar 54A adds an overhead dimension of sound with Dolby Atmos technology and discrete elevation drivers. The sound bars may be purchased with or without subwoofers. Prices range from $299-$1,599 (US MSRP). Available spring 2019, with a couple models shipping this fall.
Klipsch will also demonstrate at CES its latest version of easy-to-set-up and use, high resolution wireless speakers with WiSA technology. The speakers are designed for people that want the simplicity of a sound bar and high performance multi-channel capable audio from WiSA Ready TV’s, gaming systems and computers (connects through a USB transmitter). Notably, the price for a Klipsch 5.1 wireless home theater speaker system is approximately half the cost of the company’s first generation offering. Available early 2019.