Posted Mon Dec 3, 2018 at 08:50 AM PST by Steven Cohen
The company's latest wireless speaker model is now available.
Klipsch has announced the release of its next generation Heritage Wireless speaker. The new version of The Three includes integrated Google Assistant support.
The stereo table-top speaker features 2 x 2 1 /4” (57.15mm) full range drivers, a 5.25” (133.4mm) long-throw woofer, and 2 x 5.25” (133.4mm) dual opposed passive radiators. In addition, the unit is rated for 106dB (0.5M near field) and a frequency response of 45Hz ~20kHz @ -3dB. Meanwhile, Google Assistant support is now built-in as well, allowing users to stream music, ask questions, get information, control smart home devices, make phone calls, and more through hands-free voice commands. Bluetooth wireless connectivity, multi-room audio, and Chromecast capabilities are also implemented, along with 192kHz / 24-bit decoding for high-res audio playback from supported services.
Here's a full rundown of key features per Klipsch:
The Three Heritage Wireless Table-Top Speaker with Google Assistant is now available with a genuine walnut veneer cabinet and a heather gray grille cloth for an MSRP of $499.
And beyond The Three, Klipsch has also announced plans to release a Google Assistant version of The One wireless speaker. The One Klipsch Heritage Wireless is a smaller, semi-portable tabletop model with a rechargeable battery, giving users more freedom on where to place the unit. The One with the Google Assistant is expected to arrive in in the spring of 2019 for an MSRP $349
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