Klipsch is attacking all areas of the headphone/earbud market with the release of five new products with improved sound, longer battery life and an even classier look.
Unveiled at CES 2020, Klipsch has announced the successor to the T5 series headphones with the T10 Smart True Wireless earphones.
Expected to retail for US$649 with availability by Spring 2020.
The aforementioned T5 earbuds have also received two different updates, with a sport version (US$299) and the Mark II model (US$199) both available Winter 2020.
For lovers of full-sized headphones, Klipsch has announced a pair of Over-Ear- Active Noise Cancelling Headphones, which will retail for US$399, expected in Spring 2020.
Also on its way is the new Klipsch Connect App, designed to ‘unlock the full potential’ of your headphones.
Klipsch claims the T10 True Wireless Headphones are the world’s smallest and lightest earphones, and their also 95% recyclable.
Partnering with Ear Micro, the two companies have innovated headphone design, calling them ‘impossibly small ear-computers’.
Outputting 96khz/24-bit hi-res audio playback with 10-band programmable parametric digital equalisation (with Klipsch Connect App) the T10’s offer exceptional sound quality in a tiny 2.78 cu cm form factor at only 3.6 grams.
Klipsch is also claiming to have produced the world’s thinnest inductive charging case with ‘state-of-the-art’ magnetic doors.
The T5 True Wireless ANC smart earphones have an enhanced ergonomic design with an optimised Bluetooth antenna for seamless connectivity.
With up to an additional 24-hours of battery life, the headphones can last a total of 32 hours with the included wireless charging case.
The Klipsch T5, True Wireless Sport earphones, add IP67 water and dustproof making these some of the most rugged earbuds out there.
Included are three sizes of ‘no-budge’ ear wings to ensure the headphones never leave your ears.
The Mark II version of the Klipsch T5 True Wireless earphones now includes six pairs of patented oval ear tips, designed for the perfect fit and seal.
The antenna has been updated to improve Bluetooth connectivity, as well as a slimmer metal charging case, though sadly no wireless charging here.
Finally are the Over-Ear ANC headphones, featuring a USB-C charging flight case, netting you over 30 hours of battery.
The memory foam earpads and lightweight design ensure all-day comfort, and with the addition of active noise cancelling, you can block out the whole world during your travels.