UD audio brand KLIPSCH unveiled a slew of new devices at early this year’s CES show in LA, the entire of which should excite fans of the company and newcomers alike.
First and foremost, the firm is looking to expand its earphone line with a slew of compelling latest in-ear options. It’ll add 4 new headphones in what it calls T5 range, including firm’s first pair of True wireless earbuds (named the T-5 True Wireless).
We’ve extremely small detail of the performance specs (driver size, type, and battery life), in the latest wireless in-ear but we can say that they look to be very exceptional. They come in a sleek silver container that resembles classic flip-top Zippo leather. The firm says the entire four new earphones models will be avail this spring, with worth ranging from 59 USD to 199 USD.
The brand also announced some exciting sound bars, 5 in total, that are aimed at bringing amazing clarity and realism to your most favorite on-screen moments. Entire of the sound bars come will advance features on board, from Google assistant built-in feature on the smallest KLIPSCH bar 40-G to Google Assistant, Airplay 2 and ALEXA capability on the biggest KLIPSCH bar 54A.
The bigger KLIPSCH bar 48W and 54A will also feature immersive surround sound options, with the older offering DTS Virtual-X surround and the latter providing Dolby ATMOS compatibility. The entire 5 new sounds bars will be available in the spring term and will range in cost from 299 USD to 1599 USD.
KLIPSCH also expanded its Heritage wireless items with a new model named the 3 that comes with Google Assistant onboard. It’ll feature many finish options, and will even be made into a special portable version for those interested in taking their ideal tones with then on the go, costs will range from 149 USD to 499 USD and the speakers will trickle out in summer this year.