Klipsch Unveils New Array of Products

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Klipsch Unveils New Array of Products


Klipsch is introducing a new array of products that includes the Klipsch Gallery G-17 Air, Klipsch Mode M40, Image S4A, and Reference headphone series.

Ranging from $99.99 to $529.99, Klipsch's latest products will introduce enhancements in form, function and compatibility. Joining the Image S4i and Image X10i will be the brand's first-ever active noise-cancelling headphones, its only for-Android headset, along with a specialty headphone line inspired by the Klipsch Reference speakers. In addition, Klipsch will preview a music system for wireless delivery of music libraries.

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• Read more headphone news from HomeTheaterReview.com.
• Explore reviews in our Headphone Review section.
• See information on Bowers & Wilkins AirPlay App.

Klipsch-Gallery-G-17-Air-music-system.jpgKlipsch Gallery G-17 Air
Playlists can now roam free with the help of the Klipsch Gallery G-17 Air. The two-channel music system houses the patented Tractrix Horn for signature Klipsch sound, while its AirPlay technology allows for wireless streaming of content from Apple smart devices. The G-17 Air is also compatible with Android-based smartphones and tablets when utilizing the Android music player application. It will be available for $529.99 at authorized retailers and Klipsch.com in fall 2011.

Klipsch-Mode-M40-headphone.jpgKlipsch Mode M40
The Klipsch Mode M40 headphones feature high-grade leather cups for active noise-canceling (ANC) that lasts reportedly up to 45 hours on a single battery. The Klipsch Mode M40 allows for uninterrupted listening potential, as it continues to function as a high-performance stereo headphone even without battery power. The Klipsch Mode M40 headphones will be available for $349.99 at authorized retailers and Klipsch.com in fall 2011.



Klipsch-Image-S4A-headphone.jpgImage S4A for Android
Android enthusiasts now have a Klipsch headset to call their own. The Image S4A serves as the first for-Android Klipsch headset and allows for complete music and call control for relevant devices and tablets. After downloading the free Klipsch Control App, the headphone instantly becomes a fully functioning headset. With its single-button remote, users are able to play, pause and skip music tracks, answer and end incoming calls, and voice search. The Image S4A for Android is compatible with devices running Android 2.1 operating system or higher and will be available for $99.99 at authorized retailers and Klipsch.com in fall 2011.

Reference Headphone Series
Based on Klipsch's Image line of headphones, the Reference S4, Reference S4i and Reference ONE will feature Reference-inspired enhancements including signature copper color treatments, new home theater style cables and modified voicing that emulates the Reference home theater experience.

The Reference S4 (MSRP $99.99), Reference S4i in-ear headphones (MSRP $119.99), and Reference ONE (MSRP $169.99) will be available exclusively at specialty retailers in fall 2011.

Additional Resources
• Read more headphone news from HomeTheaterReview.com.
• Explore reviews in our Headphone Review section.
• See information on Bowers & Wilkins AirPlay App.

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