A Look at Three of Klipsch’s Best
In the world of audio, Klipsch is a well-known name. The company has been around longer than most, started in 1946 by Paul Klipsch. Using the company’s own words, Klipsch was a genius, madman, and maverick who did things his own way.
Truth be told, in some high-fidelity audio circles, Klipsch is not the first name that comes to mind? Why? To some enthusiasts, Klipsch speakers do not reproduce completely neutral, analytically correct sound. As Paul Klipsch might say to them (he likely did, but we don't know for sure), get over it. Yes, other speaker brands may be more precise about how they reproduce sound. But the truth is that if you listen carefully with the right music, you will note subtle differences between speakers. Why? Because every good speaker manufacturer attempts to use something as a differentiator, whether it's custom exotic metal drivers or concentric tweeters, all in the quest for superior sound reproduction.
What does Klipsch do? They aim to reproduce the sound of the live performance in your listening room. It may not be the most analytically correct sound and may not be perfectly flat across the frequencies. Hardly any speaker achieves complete perfection in that sense. But what Klipsch delivers is unmistakable dynamics, excitement, and emotion in your music. And they do that with incredible efficiency, not requiring amplifiers that cost as much as a small car to deliver those dynamics.
Does that sound like something that makes you smile? Then keep reading below to see which Klipsch Heritage speaker might be right for your Milton, GA listening den.