Q&A with Legendary Producer Eddie Kramer

Eddie Kramer is a rock n’ roll legend. No, you haven’t seen him perform in front of tens of thousands of screaming fans or seen his name on the top of the charts, but there are few people as important to the genre as the ultimate “man behind the glass.” Kramer produced records for the likes of [...]

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How Do Klipsch Horn-Loaded Speakers Work?

You hear Klipsch talk about our unique horn-loaded speakers that create louder sound with less distortion, but do you know how Klipsch horn-loaded technology works? Don’t worry! You do not need to be an audiophile to learn this stuff. Let’s start with the basics. Horn-Loaded Speakers 101 The larger the radiating diaphragm of a speaker [...]

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On-Ear vs. In-Ear Headphones

The debate has waged on for years concerning which style of headphone is superior. If you’re in the market for a new set of headphones and having trouble deciding between in-ear headphones and on-ear headphones, you’ll want to think about how you plan to use them. Both styles are built to serve different purposes and [...]

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Best Home Theater Speaker Systems: 4 Things to Know

If you’re wanting better sound quality from your entertainment system, chances are you need to add a home theater system. The truth is that even the best high-def TVs are seriously lacking when it comes to speaker capability since they’ve become so slim over time. At the end of the day, they simply can’t deliver the clarity of [...]

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Good Poop: What is it?

The title of our blog series speaks to me on several levels. A Google search (be very careful there…) suggests the word “poop” is optionally defined as: Noun, slang relevant information, especially a candid or pertinent factual report; low-down: “Send a reporter to get the real poop on that accident.” Origin 1945-50, Americanism; apparently extracted from [...]

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Bookshelf Speakers: What You Need to Know

Bookshelf speakers are meant to rest on a shelf, table or other elevated surface – anywhere but the floor. They’re specifically designed to maximize sound in small to medium-sized spaces. Like anything else, doing your homework before making a decision will definitely pay off. For instance, some are geared specifically for movie buffs, while others [...]

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Good Poop: Meet Jim Hunter – Klipsch Historian

Listen up… In the world of audio technology, there are pseudo-superstars, false prophets, and those who claim to be golden ears – but there is no comparison to the straight engineering and audio experience of Jim Hunter – Program Manager and Klipsch Historian at Klipsch Group, Inc. Company founder Paul W. Klipsch hired Hunter as [...]

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RECAP: Andrew Luck Takes Over Klipsch Twitter Account

Klipsch brand ambassador and Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck took a little time off from training camp to answer questions from fans via the Klipsch Twitter account (@KlipschAudio). He gave insight into how the team is looking, his favorite concert, why his headphones don’t fall out and, of course, the infamous neckbeard. Oh and the [...]

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Iconic Music Couples: Muses for Better or Worse

When Paul W. Klipsch began his quest for live music in his living room, the person seated beside him in that room was his wife, Belle. It has been said that behind every great man is a great woman. The same might be said about a great song. Melody certainly matters. A memorable hook helps, [...]

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