Klipsch Debuts a Power-Packed Music Console

  • Christina Garofalo

The latest tabletop 2.1 music console from Klipsch offers as much power as a pair of 4-foot-tall speaker towers. To produce what Klipsch claims is its highest-caliber sound to date, the $2,000 Stadium console, which hits stores next month, features the company’s signature three-way speaker system utilizing Klipsch’s signature horn-loaded tweeters, separate midrange drivers and dual, built-in subwoofers. Onboard digital-signal processing maintains fully balanced sound at all times and the result is sound that can fill even a large room.

The Stadium comes with ample input options, including plug-and-play connectivity and wireless streaming via Apple AirPlay. Digital optical and RCA inputs allow users to attach the Stadium to a TV or other audio sources, and DLNA allows listeners to stream music through the speakers over their Wi-Fi network via remote control. The Stadium also allows Bluetooth connectivity and offers a USB port that charges most music devices while charging and streaming music from iOS devices. (888.250.8561, www.klipsch.com)

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