Wireless and multi-room capability are perhaps two of the top trends in home audio. And, one of the latest offerings from Klipsch delivers both, along with room-filling acoustics.
The Klipsch Three is a tabletop stereo system that boasts a vintage look, complete with a real wood veneer and spun copper switches and knobs. But the technology within helps it deliver versatile and modern audio. For starters, it features Bluetooth and USB audio inputs for easy wireless enjoyment of your favorite music. But it can also be used as either a standalone speaker, or part of Klipsch’s Stream system. This system allows the Three to connect wirelessly via Wi-Fi to other Stream-enabled speakers, making it truly multi-room ready.
The Three also includes two 2 1/4” full range drivers and a 5.25” long-throw woofer, bi-amplified for audio resolution. Klipsch promises that the unit has been specially engineered by company acousticians to deliver a premium audio experience.
Klipsch Three can also be controlled from either the DTS Play-Fi app or Klipsch’s own Stream app. It’s on sale now for $400 and is available in Walnut or Ebony finishes.