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Klipsch The Three Wireless Speaker Gets Google Assistant

Klipsch Heritage The Three is a high-end table-top wireless speaker with Google Assistant built-in for $499.

Klipsch Heritage The Three Wireless Speaker With Google Assistant

“Hey Google” Voice Activated Retro Speaker

Klipsch recently released their next generation Heritage Wireless table-top wireless speaker called The Three with the Google Assistant built-in for $499. Competing at the high-end of voice-assistant speakers, The Three combines mid-century modern design, premium materials such as real wood veneer, and aluminum switches and knobs, and Bluetooth wireless technology.

Audiophiles will appreciate its 92kHz / 24-bit decoding for flawless reproduction of high resolution audio tracks on services that support high resolution audio. Plus, it’s multi-room ready if you want to buy more than one.

Klipsch Heritage The Three with Google Assistant Speaker Rear View

With Chromecast and Google Assistant built-in, it can easily play music, find answers on Google Search, manage everyday tasks, and control smart devices around your home—just by using your voice. Listen to your favorite song, find a delicious brownie recipe, or check your commute to work. Just start by saying “Hey Google” to start a conversation.

Like the speaker, but don’t want Google Assistant listening via the microphone? Klipsch does offer a standard version of The Three that only has Bluetooth. Unfortunately, you won’t say any money.


MAX ACOUSTIC OUTPUT106dB (0.5M near field)
HIGH FREQUENCY DRIVERS2 x 2 1/4” (57.15mm) full range drivers
SUBWOOFER5.25” (133.4mm) long-throw woofer
2 x 5.25” (133.4mm) dual opposed passive radiators
POWER60 watts continuous @ <1% THD 80 watts short-term peak power
DIMENSIONS (WxHxD)13.7” (34.82cm) x 7” (17.78cm) x 8” (20.3cm)
WEIGHT10.32lbs (4.7kg)

Price and Availability

Klipsch Heritage The Three with Google Assistant is available now for $499.

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