Klipsch has begun shipping the newest addition to its Heritage line: the three-channel customizable Heritage Theater Bar.
First previewed during CES in January, the passive left, center, right soundbar is offered in widths ranging from 49.5 to 80 inches; in four different veneers, including a paintable finish; and with a choice of four removable grille cloths. The low-profile, built-in wall mounting system is 0.25 inches deep, and Klipsch included a centralized input panel for all three channels on the front for the device for easier installation and setup.
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The Heritage Theater Bar builds in the company’s Tractrix horn tech and titanium tweeters, and has dual 4-inch Cerematallic woofers that are engineered to maintain rigidity while achieving minimal cone breakup and distortion. Frequency response is listed at 95Hz to 20kHz +/- 3 dB, -10db at 75Hz.
The suggested retail for widths ranging from 49.5 to 65 inches is $2,699, while those ranging 65.1 to 80 inches are $2,999.
Klipsch also offers a Standard “quick ship” 49.5-inch model in American Walnut or Satin Black Ash wood veneer finish and a black knit grille cloth for $2,199.