Posted Fri Sep 2, 2016 at 04:30 PM PDT by Steven Cohen
New audio products are now on display at the show.
Klipsch has announced the debut of several new audio products at the IFA 2016 tradeshow in Berlin. The lineup includes the new Klipsch Stream Wireless Multi-Room Audio Series with DTS Play-Fi support.
"We are fired up to introduce Klipsch Stream to the market. This game-changer finally brings legendary Klipsch sound to multi-room audio with DTS Play-Fi technology. It is one prong of a multi-faceted wireless audio strategy that also includes high-resolution audio systems such as Reference Premiere HD Wireless and flexible, Bluetooth® Wireless Technology solutions like Heritage Wireless and the Klipsch Groove®," said Steve Jain, Vice President and General Manager of Digital, Streaming and Portable Audio Solutions for Klipsch.
The new Klipsch Stream Wireless Multi-Room Audio Series offers an ecosystem of sound bars, wireless speakers, legacy audio converters, and USB DAC amplifiers with DTS Play-Fi whole-home technology. Likewise, Klipsch Stream products can be controlled by the Klipsch Stream app for iOS and Android platforms. Recently announced Klipsch Stream products include the RW-1 wireless speaker and the RSB-14 and RSB-8 Reference soundbars. Meanwhile, Klipsch has also revealed two more Reference soundbars at the show -- the RSB-11 and RSB-6. All four soundbar models offer HDMI 2.0 connectivity with 4K Ultra HD video passthrough.
In addition to the Klipsch Stream series, the company is also introducing its new Heritage Wireless Speaker lineup with premium woods and metals, timeless designs, and best-in-class acoustics. Likewise, the company is highlighting 70th Anniversary editions of the Cornwall III and La Scala II speakers. Outside of speakers, six new headphone models have also been revealed: the upgraded Reference On-Ear (II), Reference On-Ear with Bluetooth Wireless Technology, Reference Over-Ear, Reference Over-Ear with Bluetooth Wireless Technology, and the R6 and X12 Neckbands with Bluetooth Wireless Technology. Finally, Klipsch is demonstrating its previously released Reference Premiere Dolby Atmos enabled speakers and the Reference Premiere HD Wireless system as well.
Klipsch's new audio products will be on display at the company's booth at IFA 2016 in Berlin from September 2-6.
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