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Klipsch unveils new wireless monoblock audio systems

Klipsch One Plus and Three Plus - new versions of old friends
Klipsch One Plus and Three Plus - new versions of old friends

Klipsch introduced the new wireless monoblock audio systems Klipsch One Plus and Three Plus , which will replace the One II and The Three II models introduced in 2019 in the company’s product range. Like their predecessors, the new items are made in a retro design – natural wood trim, rounded shapes and a fabric protective grill.

Klipsch Three Plus Wireless Audio System

Klipsch One Plus and Three Plus received a USB-C port and a Bluetooth adapter of the latest version 5.3. In addition, the acoustic design of the new products is phase inverted (the predecessors had a closed box). Both models are available in walnut or ebony veneer.

Klipsch Three Plus Wireless Audio System

The Klipsch One Plus and Three Plus audio systems feature the new Klipsch Broadcast Mode, a unique feature that allows you to wirelessly connect up to ten Klipsch One Plus or Three Plus audio systems for seamless, big-picture sound.

Klipsch One Plus Wireless Audio System

Although both models look similar, the Klipsch Three Plus speaker is slightly larger. In addition, the Three Plus features larger drivers, more powerful amplifiers, and a phono preamplifier to accommodate moving magnet (MM) cartridges.

  Klipsch One Plus and Three Plus wireless audio systems

The new Klipsch One Plus and Three Plus wireless audio systems are now on sale in the US with suggested retail prices of $249 and $399 , respectively.

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