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Klipsch Jubilee

Klipsch has unveiled the new king of its Heritage line with the release of the Jubilee. The Jubilee was the last project founder Paul W. Klipsch worked on before his passing and was designed to be the successor to the acclaimed Klipschorn. The company brought his work to reality with their latest technologies such as a patented, horn-loaded and vented low-frequency enclosure, dual 12" woofers, three 4" ports, a new horn-loaded compression driver with a 7" axiperiodic titanium diaphragm, and an active crossover network with a built-in DSP and equalizer. 


$35,000, klipsch.com

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