Klipsch has launched a 220W desktop speaker system that apes the mid-century design of the company's iconic Heresy loudspeakers.
The ProMedia Heritage 2.1 Multimedia Speaker System comprises a pair of satellite speakers (2 x 35W) and an 8-inch wired subwoofer (150W). The fabric grilles match the company's Heritage speakers, while the luxe "wood grain vinyl" finish comes in black or walnut.
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Klipsch says the system works well for gamers, in concert with a TV, and as a small-footprint hi-fi system. Each satellite boasts a 1-inch soft dome tweeter on Klipsch's propriety 'Tractrix' horns plus a 3-inch woofer, so this workstation wonder should pack a decent punch.
Bluetooth technology allows for wireless streaming from multiple sources, be it a computer, smartphone, tablet or games console. There's also a USB-A socket and a pair of RCA analogue inputs. Completing the system is a wireless remote and you also get a 3.5mm-to-stereo RCA cable thrown in too.
The Klipsch ProMedia Heritage 2.1 Multimedia Speaker System should be available now from the company's website (opens in new tab), priced at $349, and from Costco (opens in new tab) for $240 (membership required). UK buyers can snag one online for £359 (around AU$630).
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