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Klipsch Mode noise cancellation headphones

Posted in Headphones by Conner Flynn on July 12th, 2011

Headphones aren’t always stylish, even when the rest of the specs are great. So sometimes you win, sometimes you lose. Here is a pair of stylish headphones that also features noise cancelling capabilities, so you get the best of both worlds.

The Klipsch Mode noise cancelling headphones have ear cups made from “high-grade” leather and will provide noise cancellation for up to 45 hours on a single battery charge. Other features include a 40mm woofer for deep bass and dynamic midrange with active crossover, along with 15mm tweeters.

Klipsch launches three new iPhone-compatible headphones

Posted in Headphones by Conner Flynn on September 7th, 2010

Klipsch has introduced three new iPhone-compatible headphones in the Image One, Image S5i Rugged and Image S3. The Klipsch Image One is the company’s first on-ear headphones and features a three-button remote specially made for the iPhone, iPod or iPad.

The Klipsch Image S5i Rugged headphones come with a three button remote that can survive some moisture, but isn’t fully waterproof. Lastly, the Klipsch Image S3 headphones can be used with any device like an iPod or an MP3 player since it features a 3.5mm audio jack.

Klipsch black and white Image S4i and S4 earbuds

Posted in Earbuds by Conner Flynn on February 25th, 2010

These good looking black and white colored Image S4 and Image S4i earbuds are now making their way out to the masses. The Image S4 in white is already available for pre-order and Apple stores are ready to receive their Image S4i (includes an in-line microphone for iPhone) any time now.

The Image S4 will sell for $79 while the latter is $99. They look pretty awesome despite their lack of colors. Way better than Apple’s own white earbuds.

Klipsch LightSpeakers screw into light bulb sockets, play music

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on January 5th, 2010

These Klipsch LightSpeakers don’t look like much, but if you hate wires, they should appeal to you. The LED light bulb fits 5 and 6-inch light fixtures and is even dimmable, so you can replace the usual bulbs you use with these, which will apparently last for 40,000 hours.

Then you’ll be playing music wirelessly through your lights, which is what Thomas Edison wanted all along. They contain a 2.5-inch wide dispersion driver and use 20 watts. The kit comes with a transmitter that connects to a PC, CD player or iPod and sends the audio to up to eight of the light bulbs in two separate zones.

Klipsch releases S2m headset for mobile phones

Posted in Headsets by Shane McGlaun on July 31st, 2009

klipschs2m-sbJust about all the new features phones and smartphones that hit the market today feature an integrated music player. That means that most users need a set of headphones of some sort to be able to listen to the music and some aftermarket sets lack a mic to allow you to place and receive calls.

Klipsch is well known for the quality speakers that it produces and is known for often making some of the more expensive gear on the market. The company has announced a new set of in-ear earphones for mobile phones called the S2M that are priced well. The headset features a 3.5mm headphone jack and a compact in-line mic.

Klipsch plans earphones for 3G iPod shuffle

Posted in iPod by Conner Flynn on March 12th, 2009

New iPod shuffle requires adapter for third-party headphonesThe iPod Shuffle 3G isn’t a week old yet and Klipsch wants a piece of the action. They’re working on a set of earphones designed for the third-gen iPod shuffle. The revision will give users the same controls as Apple’s stock and In-Ear headphones, including triggering VoiceOver and switching playlists.

The feature set is still unknown but we’re talking a $100 price point. So the audio quality should be good. We hope. That shuffle sure is expensive if you don’t like the stock headphones.

Klipsch, Best Buy team on new speakers

Posted in Speakers by Nino Marchetti on October 8th, 2008

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Best Buy is teaming with home audio speaker manufacturer Klipsch to distribute exclusively a line of the latter’s speakers. It is the latest five-model Icon V Series and prices range from around $280 to $950.

The Klipsch Icon V Series consists of two floorstanders (VF-36 and VF-35) and single bookshelf (VB-15), center channel (VC-25) and surround (VS-14) models. These speakers were developed in part based upon feedback from Best Buy’s employees and customers about wanting “superior, value-priced sound in the lifestyle speaker category.”

Klipsch expands spendy Palladium speaker line up

Posted in Speakers by Nino Marchetti on July 9th, 2008

Klipsch Palladium P-312W

Klipsch is expanding its line of upscale Palladium speakers by adding the P-38F and P-37F floorstanders, P-17B bookshelf speaker, P-27C center channel, P-27S surround and P-312W subwoofer. These new speakers are pricing at around $12,000 (per pair), $8,000 (per pair), $4,000 (per pair), $3,500, $4,000 (per pair) and $4,000, respectively.

These new speakers join the Palladium P-39. Klipsch had this to say about its new speakers:

Klipsch goes classy with new speaker series

Posted in Speakers by Nino Marchetti on June 5th, 2008

Klipsch WF-35Klipsch announced today some great looking new speakers which it says put out extremely great music. The speakers are the new W series and you’ll find them pricing as follows when they become available later this month – around $1,500 for a pair of WF-35 floorstanders, $1,200 for a pair of WF-34 floorstanders, $600 for a pair of WB-14 bookshelf models, $500 for each WC-24 center channel and $750 for a pair of WS-24 surrounds.

Klipsch said the speakers in the Icon W Series will be available in solid wood grain with two different finishes and that they will also sport new horn engineering. You can get the full details of these new speakers after the jump.

Klipsch launches more affordable Image X5 headphones

Posted in Headphones by Darrin Olson on June 4th, 2008

Klipsch Image X5 headphonesAccording to Klipsch, they had such a great response to the Klipsch Image headphones after the release during CES 2008 that they decided to come back with a slightly larger and less expensive model called the Image X5. The company is renaming the original Image headphones as the Image X10. Klipsch boasted the “X10″ headphones as the “smallest, lightest full-range earphone design” available, and the new X5 model is larger by only about a 2mm diameter and carries a price cut of about $100.

Klipsch says the slightly large design makes the X5 less expensive to manufacture than the original Image headphones, and that lets them make their super-small headphones affordable to more consumers. Aside from the larger overall size, the X5 still has a lot of the great features found in the more expensive X10, including 5 different sizes of the silicon Ear Gels, a balanced full-range armature driver, the tuned bass-reflex system and a pretty cool look.

Klipsch goes eco-wood with new floor speakers

Posted in Speakers by Nino Marchetti on May 8th, 2008

Klipsch Palladium P-39F speaker

Klipsch is taking what it calls an environmentally friendly approach to the development of its upcoming flagship Palladium P-39F floorstanding speaker. This speaker is currently due out this summer.

The Klipsch Palladium P-39F speaker will be using a style of zebrawood veneer, which is reportedly common in select luxury goods. Klipsch’s approach, however, will instead be a “Linia” veneer, described by the company as real wood source from trees which were part of a government sanctioned controlled harvest.

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New Klipsch headphones are very small

Posted in CES 2008,Headphones,Klipsch by Nino Marchetti on January 11th, 2008

Klipsch ImageKlipsch, a purveyor of fine audio products, turned a lot of heads at CES this week by unveiling what it calls the “world’s smallest, lightest headphones” now available. This new product is the Image and it’s been priced at around $350.

Klipsch said the Image headphones, available for purchase now, use a special type of ear gel which is “anatomically designed to accurately fit inside the human ear canal.” Each Image comes with three different sized ear gels for a better fit.

You can get more details on the Klipsch Image headphones after the jump.