Klipsch Brings LightSpeakers To CES 2010

Posted: Jan 5 2010, 10:58am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:37pm CDT, in News | CES

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Have you ever thought, "Boy, my car just isn't annoying enough right now"? If so, you'll be happy to hear that Klipsch has just made a major breakthrough in the science of making cars even more gaudy, loud, and bright. Hurray? The Klipsch LightSpeakers are actually really cool. They are a combo LED light/ambient sound system built into a lightbulb like form. The LightSpeaker consists of a dimmable LED bulb and a full range speaker. The bulb will fit into any 5" or 6" recessed light fixtures. Accessories will eventually launch to allow it to work on hanging fixtures, floor, and table lamps. The speaker packs a 20 watt digital amplifier and is controlled through a standalone transmitter.You can hook your PMP, laptop, or other media device up to the transmitter in order to send music to up to eight LightSpeakers. You can even attach multiple sources to the transmitter in order to create two (or more) listening zones. Two LightSpeakers, a transmitter, radio remote, and everything else you'll need to get started will cost $599. Single LightSpeakers cost $249. Klipsch will start selling these online in a few days, and widespread distribution is set for March. They'll also be on display this week at CES 2010.

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