Klipsch Goes Atmos

Klipsch launched its first two Dolby Atmos-enabled speakers, which add height channels to a surround system that incorporates Atmos object-based surround decoding.
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Klipsch launched its first two Dolby Atmos-enabled speakers, which add height channels to a surround system that incorporates Atmos object-based surround decoding.

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The RP-280FA tower speaker is an all-in-one solution that features integrated height driver, which fires up to reflect sound off the ceiling to deliver overhead sound. It retails for a suggested $2,400/pair. The RP-140SA height speaker at $500/pair adds the elevation effect to any existing home theater speaker system. It can also be used as a surround speaker.


Klipsch also offers in-ceiling speakers that can be used for height channels. The Atmos speakers are part of the Reference Premiere series, which also gets a new $850 RP-450CA center-channel speaker to match the tower speaker.


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