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  • Josh Kocurek

    Klipsch Stadium Speakers. Built-in Apple Airplay, two one-inch tweeters, two 5.25-inch subwoofers. Brushed aluminum. Fuuuuuuuuuuuuuck.

  • Erica Fontana

    High-end speaker house Klipsch is getting into the AirPlay speaker game in a big way with these Klipsch Stadium Speakers ($TBA). Apart from the aforementioned, Apple-friendly Wi-Fi audio streaming capability, this tabletop system features two one-inch, horn-loaded tweeters, dual three-inch midrange drivers, and two 5.25-inch subwoofers to deliver fantastic sound. They've got brushed aluminum cabinets, and no-nonsense style that's surprisingly suitable for a variety of decors.

  • Tim Brennan

    Klipsch's Portable Airplay speaker

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