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Baby of the Heritage range, the Klipsch Heresy III’s sojourn at my home (review here) was mildly infuriating at times. Its unevenness disqualified it from the Do-No-Harm club and the sound of a piano never quite gelled. It got its hooks into me big time though with its uncanny ability to conjure a live event out of a studio recording.
Serious fun, more please. Which brings us to Klipsch’s Forte III (£4k / €4.4k / $4k). A chance to see what moving one step higher up the ladder brings forth.… Read the full article
Klipsch’s ‘The Three’ blends nostalgic mid-century design, modern award-winning acoustics and connectivity plus adds a bit of the future thanks to the presence of Google Assistant. ‘The advantage of having Google assistant built in is that it makes regular daily tasks faster and easier,’ says Ralph Grundl, of QualiFi, which distributes Klipsch in Australia.… Read the full article
Klipsch is one of the USA’s longest-running loudspeaker companies. Their calling card is horn-loaded drivers that keep sensitivity higher than average to broaden amplifier agreeability, thus putting a firm tick in the ‘positives’ column.
Concerned about horn honk – the horn’s vibration colouring the tweeter’s lower treble? Klipsch has lined the RP-600M’s (Tractrix) horn surround with a silicone composite to tame any colouration. Still – a quick listen might lead some listeners with certain types of music to dismiss the RP-600M’s 1″ rear-vented titanium tweeter as leaning too far in the direction of etched.… Read the full article