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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.
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Indianapolis — Klipsch Group is expanding its selection of Klipsch Music Center speakers with its lowest-price model to date, the $199 Klipsch Music Center Gig.
Indianapolis – Klipsch Group plans to double its sales in the three years starting next March following its reorganization into four cross-brand groups, the addition of new employees and rep firms, and stepped-up promotional and merchandising activities.
The merchandising activities include a drive to place active displays and dedicated audio rooms in anywhere from 500 to 1,000 storefronts by the end of the year.
Indianapolis — The first TV-speaker base from Klipsch’s Energy brand launches today through Amazon at a suggested $399.
The 2.1-channel, three-way Energy Power Base will be ship in one to two months from Amazon, Amazon’s website shows. The system will be available from other Energy retailers in October, the company said.
Indianapolis — Speaker and headphone maker Klipsch signed up Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck as a brand ambassador as part of a multi-year agreement that includes the development of Luck’s own headphone series.
The partnership is part of the company’s sports marketing initiative that includes other brand ambassadors from the world of sports. They are Robert Mathis of the Indianapolis Colts, DeMar DeRozan of the Toronto Raptors, Roy Hibbert of the Indiana Pacers, Josef Newgarden of IndyCar, and Graham Rahal of IndyCar.
Indianapolis — Klipsch unveiled additions to its flagship X series of headphones.
The three models — X11i, X7i and X4i — are stepped in a good, better, best placement, all featuring balanced armature drivers. All three also have the company’s signature oval ear tips that are designed for longer comfort and greater noise isolation.
Melville, N.Y. - ADI has expanded its custom AV product offering to include speaker solutions from Klipsch.
Klipsch custom install products are now in stock at ADI branches across the United States. Dealers are invited to visit their local ADI branch to learn more about the Klipsch line of products.
Indianapolis — Klipsch said it’s now shipping its latest in-ear headphones, the S3m.
The S3m feature 5.3mm dynamic drivers, Klipsch’s patented oval ear tips, and a universal in-line mic and remote. Five colors are available: black, white, blue, red or jade.
Frequency response is listed at 12Hz to 18kHz, with sensitivity of 106dB and impedance of 18 ohms at 1kHz.
Suggested retail is $49.99. A carry case, clothing clip and three sizes of ear tips are included.
Indianapolis – Klipsch-owned Energy shipped its first two indoor/outdoor speakers.
The two-way Energy Take Classic I/O 4 and I/0 5 speakers retail for a suggested $99 and $149/ pair, respectively. Both weatherproof models feature UV-treated cabinets, rust-resistant grills, mounting brackets and five-way, gold-plated binding posts. The Take Classic I/O 4 features 0.5-inch tweeter and a 4-inch woofer. The Take Classic I/O 5 features 1-inch tweeter and 5.25-inch woofer. They can be used with dual M6 threaded inserts.