Compact Klipsch Speakers

Retro-Box with Bluetooth and Phono

In September, Klipsch is launching a new series of Bluetooth loudspeakers in retro design ranging from the portable mono model "Heritage Groove" (180 euros) to the 2.1 sound system "The One II" (300 euros) and the flagship "The Three II" (450 euros).

All three models can be controlled via Bluetooth or an analogue mini jack – the "The Three II" also offers a few RCA sockets that can be switched to line level or the built-in phono preamplifier. The USB-B port also allows a PC or smartphone to play the music digitally. The top model is equipped with two full-range drivers, an additional woofer and two passive diaphragms. Two versions are available: matt black or real wood veneer in walnut.

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