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Klipsch Channels Its Mid-Century History with Its New Computer Speakers

While we often herald audio manufacturers for their renowned sonic prowess, it’s hard to overlook just how influential many of them are from a design perspective. With this notion in mind, Klipsch has dug into its archives to unveil the latest set of speakers in its Heritage line, the ProMedia Heritage 2.1 Multimedia System.

The 2.1 sound system is composed of two powered speakers and an 8″ subwoofer, the latter of which is rounded out by a 100-watt amplifier and a rear-firing tube port, providing an immersive listening experience. Geared toward desktops and computers overall, this high-end set is sure to bolster your home office’s sound quality whether you’re in a Zoom meeting or listening to music. It also cooperates seamlessly with all Bluetooth devices, so you can connect the system to your tablet, phone, or console to make the most of its robust sound quality. In other words, these speakers aren’t limited to your desk.

Composed of premium materials, namely its handsome wood grain vinyl finish, this new release fully honors the iconic design elements of founder Paul Klipsch, and does so in an ideal manner. The speaker system garners inspiration from the iconic Klipschorn loudspeaker in particular, which first debuted in 1946. Available in your choice of a gorgeous retro walnut finish or a sleeker black style, either color you pick up is sure to enhance the look of any home office.

If you want a speaker that looks as good as it sounds, then you’re looking in the right place. Klipsch’s ProMedia Heritage 2.1 Multimedia System is available now on Amazon for $298.

Purchase: $298

Photo: Klipsch
Photo: Klipsch