With The Fives, Klipsch has created a stereo set-up that brings together TV and music seamlessly – and sounds good too.
Soundbars for every budget and room size – including two Dolby Atmos-capable models for a more immersive cinema experience.
Dolby's immersive audio format could be coming to a car near you, thanks to the efforts of Panasonic and Klipsch.
These desktop speakers can connect to your laptop, computer, tablet or phone via Bluetooth for simple wireless audio...
The flagship McLaren racing-inspired True Wireless Sport in-ears come with a wireless charging pad and special moisture removal system.
The Swedish company’s immersive audio and driver optimisation technologies are now available on major Bluetooth headphones chipsets.
Part of Klipsch’s Heritage Wireless series, so expect real wood veneers, metal switches, a ‘mid-century modern’ design and all you need to create a sound system for music and movies.
Klipsch’s T5M Wireds are superb all-rounders at an attractive price – and another great reason to ditch your freebie earbuds.
Klipsch’s true wireless in-ears have a rock 'n' roll attitude and plenty of detail, but they are let down by connectivity and fit.
There’s plenty about the Klipsch’s sonic performance to back up that hefty price tag, but we’d like a little more excitement
Bristol Hi-Fi Show The speakers are new versions of classic handcrafted models from Klipsch's Heritage Series.
At the Bristol Hi-Fi Show, Klipsch showed off a pair of active stereo speakers with myriad connections.
Bar 54, Bar 48 and Bar 44: think less university bar crawl challenge, more new Klipsch soundbar line-up.
CES 2020 Klipsch, the official audio partner of McLaren F1, has launched a trio of special wireless headphone designs.