Klipsch has a new version of its Synergy series of home cinema loudspeakers.
The new versions include both hi-fi and home cinema models in a re-engineered range which has evolved from the original Klipsch Synergy Series which was first seen and heard in the US in 1997.
Klipsch's proprietary Tractrix Horn technology is included in the new designs, as are a new network structure, updated voicing and an all-new look.
Each of the new Synergy speakers uses injection moulded graphite (IMG) for its woofer cones and they're all available in black ash vinyl veneer.
The two surround speakers also include Klipsch's own wide dispersion surround technology (WDST) to provide an exceptionally broad sound stage and offer more flexibility in positioning.
The new Klipsch Synergy series will be on sale later this month.
F-30 Floorstanding speakers £798
F-20 Floorstanding speakers £598
F-10 Floorstanding speakers £398
C-20 Centre speaker £199 (each)
C-10 Centre speaker £149 (each)
B-20 Bookshelf speaker £298
S-20 Surrounds £398
S-10 Surrounds £298
SW-350 SUB £299 (each)
SW-450 SUB £349 (each)
Klipsch also suggests four inclusive Synergy systems:
B20 compact 5.1 (pictured) £1,044
F10 small floorstander 5.1 £1,144
F20 medium floorstander 5.1 £1,544
F30 large floorstander 5.1 £1742