Klipsch Launches Anti-Counterfeiting Program For Headphones

TWICE Staff On Dec 4 2013 - 5:06pm




Indianapolis — Klipsch Group launched a serial-number verification portal on its website to combat counterfeiting headphones.  

The company has incorporated a serialized holographic label with targeted security features on all of its headphone boxes. Users can enter the hologram’s serial number found on the box to determine if their Klipsch headphones are genuine products, the company said.   

“Though we’ve made significant strides in addressing the issue, this verification portal is just one of many resources we’re continuing to implement to fight counterfeiting,” said Mike Klipsch, president of global operations for Klipsch Group. “Our obligation is to our brand, product integrity, and most importantly, our customers, and we will provide the utmost protection to each through legal means when necessary.”

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