Klipsch

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Founded in 1946, Klipsch was one of the first U.S. Loudspeaker companies. They were founded by Paul. W. Klipsch, who is recognized as one of America’s most celebrated audio pioneers. Klipsch continues to be the high-performance brand of choice for audiophiles and home theater aficionados around the world. Klipsch speakers are among the most efficient converters of electrical power into great sound on the planet.

They focus a number of solution types:

  • Home Theater Systems – Powerful home theater systems that bring real cinema sound to the comforts of home.
  • Floorstanding Speakers – Utilize high-end materials and innovative technologies to deliver vibrantly realistic, emotionally compelling experiences.
  • Bookshelf Speakers – Build to the same exact standard as floorstanding speakers but can go places that the they can’t.
  • Soundbars – Effortlessly deliver legendary Klipsch sound in a sleek package.
  • Subwoofers – Powerful drivers and advanced technology converge to create a deep, precise, rock-solid foundation for any serious system.
  • Center Speaker – Responsible for over 60% of a movie’s soundtrack. They will take you to the next level by uncovering every word, whisper and sigh.
  • Surround Speakers – There will never be a bad seat in the house. They bring astounding sonic dtail to all rooms and configurations.
  • More – Headphones, Computer Speakers, iPod Speakers, Architectural Speakers, Outdoor Speakers, Business Music Systems, Cinema Speakers, Flat Panel Speakers.

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