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Klipsch and Resonado Labs have announced a strategic partnership to develop a number of Klipsch-branded home audio solutions with integrated tech supplied by the latter. The companies say they will “define the next era of audio” with products designed to deliver high output from compact form factors. Resonado Labs claims its own speaker driver tech can overcome physical limitations of traditional speaker designs by enhancing efficiency, and enabling higher linear excursion and wider dynamics from much smaller cabinets.

“Paul W. Klipsch, in his approach to overcoming the limitations of the existing technology in 1946 by developing his legendary horn load speaker, inspired me to reimagine how a speaker driver could be designed to introduce the next generation to better sound,” says Brian Cho, Founder of Resonado Labs.

The drive to focus on more compact speaker housings is partly supported by the proliferation of sound bars which alone are projected to top $12B in annual sales globally. Resonado’s flagship Res-Core tech is a take on conventional loudspeakers but with with a proprietary motor. Klipsch adds that it has always adhered to founder Paul W. Klipsch’s underlying sound principles and philosophy to reproduce the power, detail, and emotion of the live experience.

“I am inspired by the incredibly talented group of entrepreneurs, engineers and designers at Resonado Labs,” said Paul Jacobs, President & CEO of Premium Audio Company. “By incorporating their cutting-edge transducer technologies, we will deliver a state-of-the-art, design-centric collection of products unlike anything Premium Audio Company has previously done.”

You can read more about the Klipsch and Resonado partnership here.

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