Cooking with Klipsch: Chef Phet Schwader

We’re continuing our Cooking with Klipsch series with New York City based chef Soulayphet “Phet” Schwader. Chef Phet is changing the NYC food scene and recently opened Khe-Yo, the cities only Laotian restaurant, alongside partner Nick Bradley and Iron Chef Marc Forgione. Similar to his musical inspiration, Phet Schwader is known for wanting to evoke […]

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Good Poop: Cultural Dynamic Range

Back in the seventies when a new engineer or salesman was hired at Klipsch, part of the on-boarding program was dinner at Paul W. Klipsch’s. Not long after I started, my wife Becky and I were invited to Paul and Valerie’s relatively modest home. Valerie’s mastery of Austrian cuisine was at work, making dinner outstanding. Strudel […]

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The Klipsch Stadium Before the Stadium

The sounds of a football stadium are unmistakable on gamedays. The booming PA, the barking vendors, the crunching tackles and cheers and groans from the thousands of spectators. Take a step back and you realize that playing professional football is just as mental as it is physical. The endless strings of coaches on the sideline […]

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Klipsch Holiday Gift Guide

Maybe it’s just the little kid in all of us, but this time of year can really be quite magical. Despite the dipping temperatures, almost everyone seems to walk around with a big ol’ grin on their face despite the cheesy holiday music. We are on a mission to make sure your supreme gift-giving deems […]

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Made in America: Tanner Goods

Unlike the 20 minutes spent in a UV box to acquire a superficial bronze to complement one’s superficial personality, tanning leather is a process that takes time and skill. To continue our pursuit of identifying brands that meet the Made in America criteria, we move from the elegant wooden products of WOODCHUCK to the fine leather goods of Portland’s […]

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U-Turn Audio Orbit Basic Turntable Review

Fun fact: 2014 is the first year since 1996 that over a million vinyl albums were sold. We aren’t going to argue the merits for vinyl over digital or vice-versa (future blog post, perhaps), but we know a lot of people who purchase Klipsch speakers have a great affinity for listening to music “the old […]

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Cooking with Klipsch: Chef Ashley Christensen

To continue our holiday blog series, Klipsch spoke with Raleigh, NC based chef, Ashley Christensen – a huge music fan and an even bigger Klipsch fan. Ashley has sought to foster community through food, philanthropy and the stimulation of the city’s downtown neighborhood. From the launch of Poole’s Diner in 2007 to Beasley’s Chicken + […]

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Cooking with Klipsch: Chef Jonathan Waxman

It wouldn’t be Thanksgiving in the USA without family, friends, music and most importantly, a table full of food. To get into the holiday spirit, we sat down with some of the most buzzed about chef’s in the business and will be revealing everything about how music influences their food, their favorite dishes and what’s […]

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Good Poop: Captain Klipsch

An error in my biography of Belle Klipsch led to a connection with her nephew, John Zanca! John cleared me up on the spelling of her maiden name, and that is very much appreciated. As I stated in the Historical Vault disclaimer, I need your help keeping the story accurate. The connection with John also […]

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