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CES 2018: Klipsch Blog

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Here is a link to the official Klipsch CES 2018 page.  

 

 

I am told that the page will be updated daily with photos and news of That day's events.

 

I'm not sure if that will be a separate page or if the blog will appear on the same page, maybe @Chad knows.

 

If it is a seperate link I will add it in here.

 

http://www.klipsch.com/ces-2018

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Why in the world did they use that squawker horn on the Cornwall III?  Leftover parts from when it had to be mounted right on top of the woofer?

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You read my mind. It do look weird. "Put the grill on that thing quick"

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44 minutes ago, babadono said:

You read my mind. It do look weird. "Put the grill on that thing quick"

Now that I look at it, the cut out looks like the arc for a Heresy.

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6 minutes ago, CECAA850 said:

Now that I look at it, the cut out looks like the arc for a Heresy.

Same horn.

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HERITAGE THEATER BAR

Handcrafted in Hope, AR with domestic and imported components, the Klipsch Heritage Theater Bar offers furniture-grade cabinetry and powerful sound bar performance in a premium package – custom made to fit virtually any TV.

Available from 54”-80”, the Klipsch Heritage Theater Bar is made to order and sized specifically to match your television’s width with a complete left, center and right three-channel output. Choose from a wide variety of wood veneers and grille cloths to perfectly integrate premium audio into any room aesthetic.

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There is a nice blurb about the Klipsch Museum in the Klipsch Heritage Classic Brochure on page 14. This is part if the Press kit.

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I think that heritage bar has my name all over it!

You know, for broadcast programming, not home theater.

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On 1/8/2018 at 8:47 PM, Schu said:

I think that heritage bar has my name all over it!

You know, for broadcast programming, not home theater.

Me too.

 

But we have a few that are wall mounted.  I need to find one of those things you can mount a soundbar underneath with.  I can't remember where I saw it, or who made it.  

 

Any ideas?

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2 hours ago, jimjimbo said:

Excellent updates.....

Settle your tea kettle! 

 

Updates are incoming soon. Yesterday was just day 1.

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54 minutes ago, Chad said:

Settle your tea kettle! 

You don't know Jim very well do you?

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20 minutes ago, jimjimbo said:

WiFi must be slow....

Chad has a dial up modem.

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6 minutes ago, CECAA850 said:

Chad has a dial up modem.

Saving for a 56k baud.

 

One day!

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So can this be used like  DAC?

 

http://assets.klipsch.com/product-manuals/HP-Amplifier-Manual-v01WEB.pdf

 

http://assets.klipsch.com/product-specsheets/HeadphoneAmplifier_SpecSheet_V02.pdf

 

Has a line out with fixed or variable output.

 

 

AMPLIFIER TYPE

Dual Class-AB (TI TPA6120A2)

DIGITAL ANALOG CONVERTER

ESS Sabre32 ES9018K2M

 

Pretty cool

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1 hour ago, Chad said:

Settle your tea kettle! 

 

Updates are incoming soon. Yesterday was just day 1.

It opened, lots of people walking around looking lost.  Everyone is asking "where is the Venetian."  (It's across the street from the Volcano).  

 

The press is already highlighting Klipsch wireless streaming products are going to have Google Assistant compatibility (particularly the One and the Three).https://www.cnet.com/news/klipschs-the-three-and-the-one-look-like-something-your-grandma-owned/   

 

The other big buzz around the  Hall is that you can see the whole Heritage line, with tube amplification, vinyl on VPI, MoFi, etc.  From the Klipsch Museum of Audio History FB page:

 

https://www.facebook.com/klipschmuseum/

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18 minutes ago, dwilawyer said:

The other big buzz around the  Hall is that you can see the whole Heritage line, with tube amplification, vinyl on VPI, MoFi, etc.  From the Klipsch Museum of Audio History FB page:

And a beautiful ganja plant on the left side of the cover photo.....

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