Klipsch Speakers

Klipsch Speakers

Klipsch_keepers_blackKlipsch, one of the first U.S. loudspeaker companies, has been building premium speakers since 1946. When Paul W. Klipsch, one of America’s most celebrated audio pioneers, founded Klipsch & Associates, he was operating inside a tin shed in Hope, Arkansas.

Paul Klipsch was a relentless perfectionist who spearheaded the Hi-Fi movement with the company’s foundation product: the Klipschorn (still manufactured today). A true music lover, Paul’s goal was to reproduce the excitement of a live orchestra performance in his living room.

He achieved his objective by making the Klipschorn a fully horn-loaded design—technology that established industry standards for high sensitivity, wide dynamic range, low distortion, smooth frequency response and powerful bass. As a result, horn loading has—and always will be—the driving force behind the Klipsch brand’s highly efficient, stunningly precise sound.

Klipsch Reference II Series

The embodiment of the legendary Klipsch sound

Since 1999, the Reference Series has been a force to be reckoned with. Now in its fifth generation, these speakers combine high-end materials, handcrafted precision and innovative technology. In fact, this sophisticated series reproduces unforgettable music and movie soundtracks with complete accuracy and astonishing realism.

Now in its fifth generation, Reference II speakers boast enhanced features, including re-engineered drivers and a new crossover system, to capture your attention and excite your emotions.

Klipsch Gallery Series

Minimalist only in appearance

Introducing Klipsch Gallery. This sonic masterpiece aligns flat with your screen and delivers sound that’s anything but. Klipsch Gallery hangs like a graceful work of art and tests the structural integrity of all that surrounds it.

The symmetrical design that includes the proprietary Klipsch Tractrix Horn creates a 90° by 90° dispersion pattern, greatly expanding the listening area and providing pinpoint imaging. That same technology enables Klipsch Gallery to mount both vertically and horizontally and own any room.