Cooperation between Klipsch and Resonado Labs (Image Credit: Klipsch / Resonado Labs)
Cooperation between Klipsch and Resonado Labs (Image Credit: Klipsch / Resonado Labs)

To Design New Loudspeakers

Klipsch Partners With Resonado Labs

American loudspeaker brand Klipsch announced a partnership with the startup Resonado Labs, which has developed the new "Res-Core" sound transducer.

The "Res-Core"™ technology from the company Resonado Labs, founded in 2017, is supposed to represent a new type of loudspeaker based on a newly developed drive. The resulting transducers are claimed to be characterized by a particularly compact and slim shape – also said to be suitable for soundbars, for example – with high performance, and aim to offer, among other things, high efficiency and a wide dynamic frequency range.

This technology is now starting to be integrated into Klipsch home audio components after the two companies entered into a strategic partnership. Products resulting from this collaboration with "Res-Core"™ and under the Klipsch name are expected be unveiled soon.


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