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Klipsch Gets Curvy with Palladium Speakers
The company's flagship P-39F floorstanding units are loud, proud and pricey.
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The P-39F employs a new, proprietary horn-loaded tweeter.
January 03, 2008 by Rachel Cericola

Klipsch’s new Palladium P-39F speakers have more curves than J.Lo. However, these intoxicating beauties deliver a much wider array of sounds—and they’re also semi-attainable.

Sure, for $15,000 a pair, you could probably get yourself a new (or gently used) car, but it won’t sound as nice. Boasting in-house drivers, a 3.5-way Tapered Array design, and a proprietary horn-loaded tweeter, this flagship model is your instant ticket to audiophile-style bragging rights.

“True luxury is about the best of everything and the P-39F certainly embodies that notion,” says said Jim Garrett, Klipsch director of product planning. “A real object of desire, this speaker could easily be considered the Dom Pérignon of floorstanders.”

The P-39F will begin shipping this month. Six other high-end (and possibly high-priced) models, which use the same technology and design principles as the P-39F, will launch in April.   

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Rachel Cericola - Contributing Writer
Over the past 15 years, Rachel Cericola has covered entertainment, web and technology trends. Check her out at www.rachelcericola.com.

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