Klipsch Heritage Groove Walnut
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KLIPSCHE HERITAGE GROOVE - HIGH-END BLUETOOTH SPEAKER
Klipsch Heritage Groove Features
- LEGENDARY KLIPSCH SOUND
- MID-CENTURY MODERN DESIGN
- 8-HOUR BATTERY LIFE
- POWERFUL MICROPHONE FOR HANDS-FREE CALLING
Klipsch Heritage Groove: the brand
Klipsch was founded in the late 30s when founder Paul Wilbur Klipsch began developing his first speakers inside a small hangar in Hope, Arkansas. Met with great enthusiasm from his audiophile friends, he decided to found his company to commercialize his first loudspeaker, the Klipschorn, in 1946. This exceptional patented model, which was developed to reproduce the emotion of a live concert at home, featured a large 15” low frequency driver paired with a 2” midrange driver and compression chamber. The highs were assigned to a 1” tweeter also placed in a compression chamber and Tractrix horn. This model was so successful that more than 70 years after its release, the sixth generation of this speaker is still in the American manufacturer’s catalog.
In 1957, Klipsch introduced the first version of the Klipsch Heresy loudspeaker. This model was made to accompany a pair of Klipschorns and deliver the center channel in high fidelity. This novel idea didn’t find an audience and was quickly abandoned in favor of a classic stereo configuration. The fourth generation of the Klipsch Heresy speaker is still available in the manufacturer’s catalog. For this fourth version, Klipsch took the main features of the Klipsch Heresy III, which impressed us during our review (read our review of the Klipsch Heresy III), and made a few improvements, such as the addition of a rear-firing port to make it even more effective.
After its success in hi-fi, Klipsch decided to apply its expertise to designing movie theater sound systems. It all began in 1980 when the brand designed a digital sound system for John Allen. In this system, each channel was reproduced by a Klipsch MCM loudspeaker, an exceptional model equipped with a 15” subwoofer, a 12” Tractrix horn-loaded midbass driver and a titanium Tractrix horn-loaded tweeter.
The early 2000s were a pivotal moment for Klipsch. The American brand continued to produce its iconic hi-fi and home theater speakers, but expanded its product range to cater to new ways of listening to music. As a result, the brand now has an extensive catalog featuring hi-fi headphones, Bluetooth headphones, Bluetooth earphones, soundbars, wireless speakers and portable Bluetooth speakers, which includes the brand’s smallest model: the Klipsch Heritage Groove that we are reviewing today.