[CES 2012] Klipsch intends to rule the airwaves in your home with the RoomGroove Air, Klipsch Stadium (as depicted above) and the Klipsch Console by launching it at CES this year. Specially designed to work with virtually any wireless network while featuring embedded AirPlay technology, the new Klipsch systems are capable of streaming high-quality audio seamlessly from any iPod, iPhone or iPad sans wires, and you need not even bother to dock the relevant device in the first place. Apart from that, iTunes can also be streamed from a Mac or PC across any of the three devices. Other features comprise USB inputs for direct digital connection, and the ability to juice up many of Apple’s 30-pin devices. Of course, non-Apple products are not forgotten as it will also accept any other major music players in the market.
The Klipsch RoomGroove Air stereo music system relies on dual 1″ tweeters that sport Round Tractrix horns and 2.5″ woofers, ensuring your ears will enjoy major output from a compact product. It is housed within a tuned port enclosure, and you will also be able to enjoy sonic clarity with unrivalled bass output.
As for the Klipsch Stadium, this puppy was specially developed to bring high performance audio to the portable music storage scene, as this 2.1 tabletop sound solution will boast dual 1″ horn-loaded tweeters and 3″ midrange woofers. Apart from that, when working in tandem with dual 5.25″ built-in subwoofers so that premier bass output and sound quality. I do admit that the Stadium looks really sleek, with its brushed aluminum cabinetry with soft-touch accents that would not look out of place of any living room.
Expect the Klipsch RoomGroove Air and Klipsch Stadium speakers to arrive sometime in fall this year, while the Klipsch Console is still a long way off as it will only arrive during the coming winter.