Klipsch, which started life in 1946 in Hope, AR, and is renowned for its ‘engineering breakthroughs’ and ‘handcrafted cabinetry’, as well as a legacy in professional cinema speakers, has introduced the new Heritage Theater Bar, a customizable, high-performance, three-channel sound bar solution. The Heritage Theater Bar blends ‘the acoustics and classic, nostalgic design’ legacy of company founder Paul W. Klipsch with premium materials and the latest technologies available today.
The passive left, center, right (LCR) Klipsch Heritage Theater Bar is a combination of sonic performance and architectural elegance, according to the company. It features Tractrix horn technology and titanium tweeters for high-end response with greater extension, while also enhancing imaging and dynamics for clean, natural sound.
The Heritage Theater bar is customizable in width, finish, and grill options. Widths range from 49.5” to 80” to match most flat panel televisions. Four furniture-grade wood veneer finishes are available, as well as raw and primed for paint versions, plus a choice of four removable grille cloth options to complement varying room décors.
The Heritage Theater Bar will also feature a low-profile, built-in wall mounting system that is only ¼” deep. A centralized input panel for all three channels is accessible from the front for ease in installation and set-up. Each Heritage Theater Bar is designed and handcrafted in the USA, using domestic and imported components.
Standard Heritage Theater Bars are also available to match the width of most 55” televisions. They are 49.5” wide with an American Walnut or Satin Black Ash wood veneer finish and a black knit grille cloth. Klipsch Theater Bars are available now at certified Klipsch Heritage retailers and integrators, and at Klipsch.com. More information on the new product can also be found at Klipsch.com.
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