Klipsch launches two new wireless speakers in the UK
Klipsch has unveiled two new wireless speakers in the UK, the Klipsch The One II and Klipsch The Three II, adding to its Heritage Wireless series.
Available in black or walnut finishes, The One II is a small speaker, measuring just under 33cm across and 14cm deep, making it ideal for small spaces or shelves and table tops. The 2.1 bi-amplified system features 57mm full range drivers and a 114mm woofer and weighs 3.86kg.
The speaker, which boasts real-wood veneers and smart, metal switches, can be plugged in to the mains or connected to a smartphone or tablet via Bluetooth 4.0. The 3.5mm input allows you to connect non-Bluetooth equipped sources, including older portable music players and CD players.
Klipsch The One II with matte black finish
The Three II is also available in black or walnut finishes and is a well-connected model. Input connections include Bluetooth and a 3.5mm input, as well as the MM phono stage, allowing users to plug in their turntable. It also has a USB Type B slot enabling a computer to be connected. To extract the best audio from hi-res audio tracks, Klipsch has equipped this speaker with 192kHz / 24-bit decoding.
Featuring the same 2.1 driver array as found in The One II, The Three II also employs dual opposed bass radiators to ensure sound fills larger spaces.
Both new speakers take design inspiration from some of the early Klipsch products, designed by company founder, Paul W. Klipsch and his team, sporting a 1950s theme but featuring the company’s latest audio technology.
The Klipsch The One II and the Klipsch The Three II go on sale in the UK during August 2019, selling at £260 and £395 respectively.