October 04, 2013 by Rachel Cericola
Back in 2011, Klipsch announced a deal with Live Nation Entertainment that would give the speaker manufacturer naming rights to two venues. Now, the company is returning the favor.
The Klipsch Stadium is an audiophile-grade wireless music system that was designed to commemorate the partnership. It’s shipping now.
This slick tabletop system promises to deliver big stadium-style sound from a compact package, which includes brushed aluminum cabinetry with soft-touch accents. Even better, it has Wi-Fi, AirPlay and apt-X Bluetooth, so you can stream up a storm using your preferred wireless method.
However, the Stadium also has plenty of Klipsch goodness, including the company’s own Tractrix Horn technology, Linear Travel Suspension (LTS) tweeters, and midrange drivers with Faraday Rings.
Other features include an amplifier that can deliver 400 watts (peak), a frequency response of 26Hz to 24KHz (+/-3dB), and an output of 112dB.
“Not only did we want to diversify our offering in the wireless audio category, but it was extremely important to introduce an impactful product that properly conveys our decades of legendary audio performance,” said Paul Jacobs, CEO of Klipsch. “With Klipsch Stadium, we’re fusing the traditional HiFi experience with today’s latest technology to completely alter the listening experience.”
The Klipsch Stadium is selling now, with an MSRP of $1,999.
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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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