Turntable Pack and Reference Premiere HD Wireless System displayed at convention

Klipsch at CEDIA 2015: Day 2 Recap

In the day one recap, we spoke about the various Klipsch custom install and architectural speakers that are on display at the 2015 CEDIA Expo. Today, we’re going to take a look at speakers that stand out loud and proud with their copper cones.

Some of it is already in the market. Some of it has yet to be released. We hope everyone is excited because we sure as heck are!

Reference Premiere Dolby Atmos DTS Demo


Drawing crowds in with their immersive and impactful sound, these Reference Premiere speakers were often the center of the attention whether they were rockin’ the Dolby Atmos or DTS discs.

The full Dolby Atmos system consisted of two RP-280FA floorstanding speakers, a RP-450CA center channel, two RP-250S surround speakers, two RP-260F floorstanding speakers for the rear and two RP-140SA elevation speakers. We also set it up, so people could demo the in-ceiling speakers versus the RP-140SA “toppers” or the built-in elevation channel on the RP-280FA.

You could be standing a good 100 feet away from the booth and your whole body would be shaking when we turned it up. It’s a downright miracle that Klipsch didn’t get another noise violation like at last year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES).

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Reference Premiere HD Wireless


We showed these off at last year’s CES and we are inching ever closer to delivering these beauties. Reference Premiere HD Wireless is a wireless speaker system that has the performance level of Klipsch’s traditional box speakers.

While these weren’t available for demo, the floorstanding speakers’ four copper cones were a metaphorical siren song, drawing people in from all over the show floor.

You can expect to see Reference Premiere HD Wireless in stores in January. We look forward to blowing away your expectations of what wireless speakers can sound like.

Reference R-15PM Cedia


Connect your turntable (integrated phono pre-amp), TV or computer directly into the Reference R-15PM powered monitors and enjoy room-filling Klipsch sound.

We’re really excited about it because it is just so dang easy to start enjoying great sound. Anyone who finds receivers, amps, etc difficult to understand will find the R-15PM a welcome addition to the Klipsch portfolio

We will have more on these speakers during their launch in January. Stay tuned!


While we would rather everyone rock a full-blown 5.1+ system in their home, we understand that there are a multitude of reasons for not doing so whether it be economic, cosmetic or whatever.

The Reference R-4B is a great solution for those looking to seriously upgrade from their TV’s built-in speakers. As one would expect from a Klipsch product, it boasts best-in-class sound. It also happens to be extremely slim meaning that you can plunk it right in front of your TV and not have it block of the screen or the TV’s IR sensor.

Which of these products are you most excited about? Let us know in the comments!

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