Klipsch Heritage Headphone Amplifier

Dec 5, 2017

Category: Tech

Since its founding in a small tin shop in Arkansas, Klipsch has always been an audio company first. But their innovation and attention to detail didn’t stop at how their equipment sounded. Take a look at the Heritage Headphone Amplifier and you’ll see what we mean.

The aluminum and walnut amp boasts a set of handsome weighted and anodized aluminum switches, knobs and controls that look and feel almost as good as it makes your music sound. That is because this piece of audio equipment is purpose built to be something you can proudly display both during and after use. When you are using it, however, the amp employs an ES90128K2M ESS Sabre32 Reference digital-to-analog converter to provide a richer, more full sound.

Purchase: $500

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