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Klipsch brings some modern updates to one of its oldest speaker designs, the Cornwall IV

The refreshed model get a number of acoustic and cosmetic updates.
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Klipsch Cornwall IV

Originally released in 1959, the Cornwall is now in its fourth iteration and today Klipsch has announced that the speaker will be undergoing a bit of a refresh with a number of acoustic and cosmetic updates. These new features include an all-new K-702 midrange compression mated to a modified Tractrix horn that allows for even mids, a new high-fidelity, steel slope network for accurate sound reproduction, new ports with Tractrix flares for cleaner and more powerful bass, an updated wide dispersion high frequency phase plug, premium aluminum input panels, and an updated passive network with premium grade AudioQuest internal wiring. 


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