Klipsch Oval Ear Tips: Better Sound Through a Better Fit

Some of the greatest advancements in technology are made by simply taking a step back to see the obvious. Early in our headphone research, we discovered that most earbuds and in-ear monitors either lacked a consistent seal, induced pain, or didn’t stay put. So before tackling acoustics, we knew had to improve the fundamentals—comfort. We partnered […]

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Klipsch Install Stories: Air Canada Centre

Stadiums are constantly struggling to deliver a first-rate fan experience. For Air Canada Centre, it’s a different story. Opening its doors to fans in 1999, Air Canada Centre is the home of the Toronto Raptors, Toronto Maple Leafs and Toronto Rock and serves as one of the top ten venues in the world. Every year, […]

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WPWK Podcast – Episode 4: Bob Heil, Part 2

Legendary inventor Bob Heil recounts meeting Paul W. Klipsch for the first time and the audio journey it led him to after in part two of this series. Hosted by Colleen “Cosmo” Murphy of Classic Album Sundays About the Klipsch WPWK Podcast Klipsch Audio is now on the air from WPWK studios to give you in-depth […]

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How to Set Up a Turntable

  If you’re under the age of 35, chances are that you have never set up a turntable. You’re missing out. Now, we’re not here to tell you that analog is better than digital. That’s up to you, as an individual, to decide. What we will say is that vinyl gives you an entirely different […]

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DeMar DeRozan Answers Fans’ Questions Through Klipsch

Klipsch brand ambassador and Toronto Raptors shooting guard DeMar DeRozan has fought through some injuries during the 2014-2015 season and looks primed to make a major difference in the playoffs for Canada’s only NBA team. The Compton-native took some time out to take over the @KlipschAudioCan Twitter account and answer fans’ questions…84 of them by […]

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How to: Bi-Amping a Speaker

Bi-amplification, or bi-amping, is a technique which uses one amplifier for the low frequencies and a second amplifier for middle and high frequencies. This technique can allow users to take advantage of the strengths of each amplifier in its interaction with the speakers (i.e. use a 150 watt amp for the woofers and a 50 watt […]

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WPWK Podcast – Episode 3: Bob Heil, Part 1

Legendary inventor Bob Heil talks about inadvertently putting together one of the first rock concert PAs for the Grateful Dead on their tour stop in St. Louis when they lost their gear the night before. Hosted by Colleen “Cosmo” Murphy of Classic Album Sundays About the Klipsch WPWK Podcast Klipsch Audio is now on the air […]

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Good Poop: PWK the Practical Joker

In the fall of 1974, future Klipsch Chief Engineer Gary Gillum sent PWK a present. At the time Gary worked for Silver Dollar City in Branson, MO contributing to rides and illusory attractions. The gift looked exactly like a brick but was made out of foam. On Nov. 25, 1974 PWK wrote to Gillum: “Thanks […]

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WPWK Podcast – Episode 2: Eddie Kramer, Part 2

To wrap up this two-part series, legendary producer Eddie Kramer recounts working in NYC during the 1970’s to open Electric Lady Studios and working with a new, upcoming band known as Kiss. Hosted by Colleen “Cosmo” Murphy of Classic Album Sundays About the Klipsch WPWK Podcast Klipsch Audio is now on the air from WPWK studios […]

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