Klipsch adds new models to its Synergy Series speakers

Klipsch extends its Synergy Series speakers with eight new models equipped with proprietary Tractrix Horn technology, offering  unique combination of “precision, clarity and effortless power”.

All of the new Synergy Series loudspeakers feature black ash vinyl veneer with gray accents and lightweight, rigid IMG woofer cones for better bass response. Also a new Tractrix horn tweeters, which incorporate Linear Travel Suspension and aluminum diaphragm compression drivers, which work together to reduce distortion and produce crystal-clear high frequencies.  The eight new models includes three floorstanding towers (F-30, F-20 and F-10) speakers with price points ranging from $598 to $998, two center channels (C-20 and C-10) $199 to $299,  one bookshelf model (B-20) and $329 to $479 for a pair of speakers (S-20 and S-10), which include Klipsch’s exclusive Wide Dispersion Surround Technology (WDST™).

Klispch Synergy speaker series F-30

“Our experience powering the sound in nearly half of all new movie theaters built in North America today enables us to bring the movie theater feel into anyone’s home with our home audio lines like the new Synergy Series,” said Casavant. “For over 60 years, all Klipsch products have utilized our unrivalled horn technology, and as we continue to enhance and create new product lines, we strive to complement our past with the latest audio advancements to ensure the ever-evolving yet signature Klipsch sound.”

Klispch Synergy Speakers

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