Speakers
Klipsch Expands Palladium Speaker Series
Klipsch has added to its P-39F floorstanding flagship model two more floorstanders, a bookshelf speaker, center channel, surround and subwoofer to its Palladium series.
klipsch p27c
Klipsch’s P-27C Palladium center channel
July 08, 2008 by Arlen Schweiger

For those of you who were fans of the curvy flagship Palladium P-39F floorstanding speaker Klipsch debuted earlier this year, the company has announced more of the same to turn you on. It’s expanded the Palladium lineup and design principles to six more speakers.

The additions to the Palladium Series include: the P-38F and P-37F floorstanders, the P-17B bookshelf speakers, P-27C center channel, P-27S surround and P-312W subwoofer.

Basically, you can construct an entire rockin’ Palladium surround system.

The series is about mixing performance and design, which took over a year to complete and turn the Palladiums into the beauties they are, according to brand president Mike Klipsch. “The entire Palladium family bears a sophisticated, modern design, incomparable craftsmanship and new proprietary technologies,” he said. “This new series is more than the ultimate expression of our sound; it is a triumph of passion.”

The P-38F and P-37F incorporate the P-39F’s technology and gallery-like appearance, with 3.5-way performance. The P-17B and P-27C speakers feature 3-way design. They all feature what Klipsch calls a “Linia” zebra-grain veneer, available in natural, merlot and espresso stains.

Accessory aluminum and steel floor stands are available for the P-17B and P-27C models.

Here’s pricing, all with July availability: the P-39F, P-38F and P-37F are $20,000, $12,000 and $8,000 per pair, respectively; the P-17B is $4,000 per pair; the P-27C is $3,500 each; the P-27S is $4,000 per pair; and the P-312W is $4,000 each. The PFS-24 accessory floor stand is priced at $800 per pair, while the PFS-18 center stand is $650 each.

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Arlen Schweiger - Contributor, Electronic House Magazine
Arlen writes about home technology installations and product news and reviews for electronichouse.com and Electronic House magazine.

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