Klipsch Cuts the Speaker Cord on HD Wireless Home Theatre Systems

The new Klipsch Reference Premiere HD Wireless speakers feature state-of-the-art WiSA technology, free ongoing upgrades and the ability to expand the system from 2.0 to 7.2 channels. The HD Wireless speakers deliver a lifetime of high definition sound to any stereo audio or home theatre systems.

Klipsch Audio Canada announces the launch of its Reference Premiere HD Wireless speakers. Built on the award winning Reference Premiere acoustic platform that Klipsch is known for, these speakers combine legendary sound with Klipsch's new HD Control Center for lossless, wireless audio transmission.

Through the use of state of the art WiSA technology, every detail in the audio stream is transmitted from the source to the speaker. With free ongoing upgrades, quick and simple set up, as well as the ability to expand the system over time from 2.0 to 7.2 channels, the Klipsch Reference Premiere HD Wireless speakers deliver a lifetime of high definition sound.
The Reference Premiere HD Wireless speaker series consists of tower speakers RP-440WF (CAD MSRP $1499 each), monitor speakers RP-140WM (CAD MSRP $1499 pair) and a center channel speaker RP-440WC (CAD MSRP $1199 each) that features a two-way design and utilizes the same driver and horn technology as the brand's debuting Reference Premiere series. The system's RP-110WSW (CAD MSRP $1199 each) subwoofer is also modeled directly after the new Reference Premiere R-110SW subwoofer, but offers the added convenience of WiSA wireless connectivity.
The "brain" of the wireless Klipsch home theatre system is the HD Control Center (CAD MSRP $699 each) smart distribution hub that allows for simple connection of up to four HDMI® equipped devices, digital optical, coaxial/digital, analog and Bluetooth® wireless technology. It processes multi-channel inputs and distributes them wirelessly with transmission of up to 24 bit/96kHz. With Klipsch's proprietary Smart Speaker Selector, one button on the rear of each speaker seamlessly makes the connection to the HD Control Center, eliminating the need run speaker wire or connect an A/V receiver.
Each Klipsch Reference Premiere HD Wireless speaker is individually powered and has its own amplifier channel that controls the signal path all the way from the source to the speaker, representing the most efficient way to extract every ounce of performance out of each speaker.
The Klipsch Reference Premiere HD Wireless speakers will be available in mid-April at authorized Klipsch dealers across the country. For more information on the HD Wireless system and its components, visit http://www.bestsound.ca/HDwireless.
For media information, please contact Max Payne, Director of Marketing & Communications, at 905-513-7733 or email media(at)gentec-intl.com.

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