Klipsch Grows Design Choices With New Heritage Theater Bar

Klipsch has begun shipping the newest addition to its Heritage line.
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Klipsch has begun shipping the newest addition to its Heritage line: the three-channel customizable Heritage Theater Bar.

Klipsch Heritage Theate 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.

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