Klipsch showed us some impressive audio products this year at CES, including the rather expensive Stadium, which sounded impressive enough to get us drooling.
We always have a fun time visiting Klipsch at CES, and this year was no exception. The company – which also oversees the Energy and Jamo brands – has been steadily expanding its product line to include expensive, luxury audio systems, high-performance home theater solutions and an array of headphones. This year, Klipsch made good on its promise to deliver its Stadium wireless audio system, and surprised us with a portable, wireless boombox.
In our video interview with Mark Cassavant, Klipsch’s Senior VP of Product Development, we get details on the seriously impressive (and, at $2000, expensive) Stadium – which has seen some updates since its early concept phase – and ask why in the world the company would choose to harken back to the 1980′s by designing its otherwise cutting-edge portable boombox to run on 8 D-Cell batteries instead of the more popular rechargeable option.
Also, be sure to check out our gallery featuring many of the other offerings at Klipsch’s booth, including the explosively-potent Energy Power Base – a 2.1 audio system designed to sit beneath your TV – and the Jamo 360 series speakers - an orb-shaped speaker system with a tiny and potent subwoofer.