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Klipsch Gallery Series Speakers

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Klipsch announced the Klipsch Gallery loudspeaker series, the first true cross-over home audio solution, offering users an array of wireless-new media sound systems and sleek, minimalist home theater speakers for upgraded, seamless whole-house audio.

Embodying the same power, detail and emotion produced by Klipsch horn-loaded speakers, the Klipsch Gallery series features exclusive Tractrix Horn technology that effortlessly delivers legendary Klipsch sound, complete with extended highs and constant directivity for a live soundstage experience. Designed with modern decor in mind, each Klipsch Gallery solution occupies minimal space, all while delivering what competitive products lack — deep, powerful bass and crystal-clear dynamic range.

Klipsch Gallery consists of four slim, passive speakers (G-12, G-16, G-28 and G-42) and three wireless-new media sound systems (Gallery STUDIO, Gallery FORUM and Gallery ARENA). Each passive speaker's name represents its particular speaker's size in length and can be configured as a left, center, right or surround speaker. Klipsch Gallery's wireless solutions connect wirelessly over an existing Wi-Fi network and can be controlled with an Apple smart device. Because Klipsch is an official AirPlay partner with Apple, each new media system will utilize AirPlay technology to allow for wireless transmission of users' iTunes libraries throughout any living environment.

“We feel a strong obligation to bring the best possible sound to every product category in which we participate, and this definitely holds true for Klipsch Gallery,” said Mark Casavant, vice president of product development for Klipsch. “No matter how or where these products are used, the sleek speakers and wireless-new media sound systems deliver true high fidelity sound and do wonders in enhancing valued content from a user's HDTV, computer, iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad.”

“Klipsch Gallery's wireless products are a revolution in connected audio solutions and carve out a new category of simplicity and sonic performance,” said Paul Jacobs, Klipsch Group president. “These passive and powered app-enabled products are a true manifestation of how audio and video content will be enjoyed in the future. As transformative products, Klipsch Gallery represents not only the blurring of lines between whole-house audio, music, home theater, gaming and computing, but the series truly revolutionizes the simplicity of plug 'n play technology.”

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Available in a high-gloss black finish by spring/summer 2011. Check price

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