Klipsch is debuting new wireless headphones and a Google Assistant powered soundbar at CES 2019

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Klipsch is one of America’s oldest audio brands and they are bringing new tech to their uncompromising sound this year at CES 2019. Beginning with a pair of truly wireless headphones and a soundbar featuring Google Assistant amongst other new products.

Headphones

The new T5 True Wireless headphones keep the classic styling Klipsch is known for along with a premium case, and promise up to 8 hours of battery life. Next up is the T5 Neckband offering neckband headphone fans a new updated style with the long battery life they are famous for.

The T5 Wireless is sure to satisfy the more sporty users out providing a more lightweight and portable design and sweat resistance. While the T5 Wired is for those of you who haven’t cut the cord and prefer a hard-wired connection.

One great feature of all Klipsch in-ear headphones such as the T5 series is the patented oval earbuds that ensure a more comfortable fit and better audio quality. Look out for the T5 series coming in the Spring of 2019 with prices ranging from $59-$199 US MSRP.

Soundbars

Klipsch is getting ready to take their home theater prowess to the next level this year with some new technology. The Klipsch Bar 40G will bring Google Assistant into your living room while providing detailed and dynamic sound for your television. While the Klipsch Bar 48W is compatible with Google Assistant, Alexa, AirPlay 2, and DTS Virtual:X immersive surround sound.

Get ready for more dimensional sound with the Klipsch Bar 54A which uses discrete elevation drivers for a truly immersive theater experience. All soundbars will be available in Spring 2019 with or without subwoofers ranging from $299 to $1599 dollars.

Wireless Speakers

Klipsch recently launched its The Three speaker with Google Assistant built in and will be showing off a new finish as well as several other Heritage Wireless speakers. This includes The One II tabletop speaker, The Three II tabletop speaker, and The Fours. All of the speakers feature vintage styles with real wood veneer and metal knobs.

The Fours, in particular, stand out by offering dedicated left and right channel speakers, along with Bluetooth, USB, RCA, and digital optical inputs. The new Heritage Wireless speakers will be available in Spring and Summer of 2019 between $149-$499 US dollars.