Klipsch Beefs Up Its Heritage Wireless Series, Releases The Nines and The Sevens Powered Speakers


(February 1, 2023) The Klipsch Heritage wireless speaker series is graced by the rich warmth of classic, natural materials. Real wood veneers, cloth speaker grilles, and tactile switches and knobs give the speakers a feel of yesteryear, masquerading internals of high tech audio dreams. Until today, the series was carried by the single cabinet designs of The One and One II, The Three and Three II, and the Heritage Groove, and the multi-speaker Promedia Heritage 2.1, and The Fives. With price points south of $1,000, each of those models gives music fans access to great sound without killing the wallet.

Today, the company introduces two larger, more powerful powered speakers with The Sevens and The Nines. Graced with the same design elements found throughout the Heritage series, The Nines and The Sevens enter the scene priced at $1,499 and $1,299, respectively.

The Nines and The Sevens powered speakers deliver room-filling sound with minimum space required, thanks to a built-in bi-amplification that's custom-engineered to maximize output and sound quality. The speakers are extremely versatile, easy to set-up and use, and connect to virtually everything — including a TV via HDMI-ARC. They include an integrated phono pre-amp, Bluetooth wireless technology, digital optical, analog RCA, USB inputs and a subwoofer output. Klipsch They also feature 192kHz / 24-bit decoding for flawless reproduction of high-resolution audio tracks.

Klipsch Heritage Wireless powered speakers incorporate award-winning, proprietary Klipsch Reference acoustic horn-loaded technology and tuning to deliver loud and precise audio with enhanced bass and low distortion. Bulit-in dynamic bass equalization matches the ear’s ability to hear lower frequencies, delivering powerful bass at any volume. Klipsch The Nines and The Sevens feature 1” titanium tweeters on Tractrix horns. Larger in size and output, The Nines feature 240W total system power and an all-new 8” long-throw high excursion composite cone woofer. Mid-sized The Sevens, with 200W total system power, use a 6.5” long-throw woofer for room filling sound and enhanced bass. The speakers are available in Walnut and Black veneer finishes.

Both speakers are compatible with the Klipsch Connect App, giving users access to customize EQ and subwoofer volume settings, dynamic bass, night listening mode, over-the-air firmware upgrades, a digital quick-start guide, and much more. To purchase, visit Klipsch.com, Crutchfield.com and AudioAdvice.com.

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