Klipsch offer a full line-up of In-Wall, In-Ceiling and Behind-The-Screen Speakers which makes them ideal for both Multi-Room Audio, Atmos effects channels and complete Home Cinema systems.
We are proud to be one of the only UK dealers to offer both Klipsch's Retail and CI (Custom Install) ranges, giving us a unique line up for a complete Klipsch whole house / home audio solution.
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REAL CUSTOM CINEMA
For decades, Klipsch has ruled the professional cinema space with exceptional sounding, high output cinema speakers designed and built at our factory in Hope, Arkansas. Now the same components used in those speakers all over the world can now bring movie night home. Utilizing the same acoustic and network components as our legendary professional cinema speakers, the all new Real Custom Cinema systems are specifically designed to bring the exceptional performance and power of these professional speakers to the home theatre. The modular false-wall design allows for incredibly easy system design and installation, while eliminating light creep from behind the screen for a professional cinema experience - acoustically and visually.
The Professional Series Reference Premiere speakers combine the aesthetics of an architectural speaker with the pure performance of the Reference Premiere series. With Cerametallic™ woofers and titanium dome tweeters mated to composite coated round Tractrix® horns, you can now bring dynamic, powerful, detailed Reference Premiere sound to your distributed audio or home theatre system.
Get the Klipsch Signature Horn-Loaded performance at an incredible value, the Designer Series features Polypropylene woofers and a Silk Dome tweeters mated to Tractrix® horns for dynamic acoustic performance. Utilizing Klipsch Patent-Pending SkyHook™ Tool-Free Installation System, your install time is reduced by 75%.
LANDSCAPE SERIES (Outdoor Range)
The Landscape series speakers are designed to disappear into the installation. The full range speakers look like they could be part of the landscape lighting, while the subwoofers are designed to be literally buried in the ground. You’ll hear great Klipsch sound, but you won’t see anything at all.