Engadget post time: May 09, 2013 at 02:41AM
Klipsch is known for offering everything from well-designed headphones to home theater systems, but the audio-focused outfit has been staying away from producing relatively portable Bluetooth speakers. That all changed back at this year’s CES when Klipsch outed the KMC 3 as part of its Music Center lineup, which we’re now finding out will be priced at $400 (or $399.99, to be precise) when it hits store shelves this coming June. In return for your hard-earned cash, Klipsch’s first Bluetooth-equipped soundbox (apt-X and AAC) will give you a 2.1 assortment that’s loaded with 2-inch, full-range drivers, a zippy 5.25-inch subwoofer and a battery capable of running up to 26 hours — this, according to the company, makes for a system “perfectly designed for powerful, accurate sound reproductions.” Don’t mind the hefty price tag? Then make the source link below your next stop if you’re interested in snagging one of these.
Reference source: Engadget