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Klipsch Heritage Theater Bar: sound bar with vintage look

Klipsch Heritage Theater Bar
Soundbars are usually black and a bit boring. The American Klipsch wants to change this with the release of the Klipsch Heritage Theater Bar, which is custom-built for customers.
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Sound bars are usually black and a bit boring. The American Klipsch wants to change this with the release of the Klipsch Heritage Theater Bar, which is custom-built and customized by the customer. Klipsch offers different finishes, but the customer can also determine the length of the Theater Bar in advance, so that Klipsch can adjust the Theater Bar to the size of the customer’s TV.

Klipsch Heritage Theater Bar: buyer determines design and format. The American loudspeaker manufacturer Klipsch uses modern technology and insights, but undeniably also has a certain inclination towards the past when it comes to the appearance of his products. The speakers from the Heritage product line have a mostly classic look that dates back to the last century, although the drivers did go along with their time. Klipsch has announced the Heritage Theater Bar and this soundbar stands out because of the classic appearance that matches the other products from the Heritage product line.

The Theater Bar is made of wood and the drivers are covered with a traditional looking fabric. The buyer can choose from different colors and finishes so that the soundbar will fit perfectly with its interior. What is special is the fact that the customer can not only choose color and finish, but can also determine how big his Heritage Theater Bar should be. Klipsch builds the soundbar to size and the buyer can choose between 54 inches and 80 inches (in increments of 1/10 inch), so that the Theater Bar is tailored to the size of the customer’s TV. The buyer can put the loudspeaker in front of his TV or hang on the wall with optionally available brackets under his TV.

Klipsch presents this model not so much as soundbar but more as a complete three-channel loudspeaker system that should sound better than the average soundbar. Klipsch has deliberately opted for a somewhat nostalgic appearance, as Klipsch often does, but according to Klipsch, the new Theater Bar is full of modern technology. The loudspeaker has three channels: left, right and center. Each channel has a horn-tweeter and two woofers with a light and stiff cone.

We do not know how the new Heritage Bar sounds, but Klipsch has at least done his best to make something special in to market. We also do not know when the Heritage Theater Bar can be delivered and at what price. The price will of course depend on the desired length and the chosen finish. If you want to know more, you should contact a local Klipsch dealer.

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