Cut Wires and Hassle with the Klipsch The Sixes Wireless Powered Loudspeakers: Tabletop Stereo Features Built-In Amplifiers, 24-Bit/192kHz Decoding, Proprietary Horns, and Ability to Play Loud
Play music from a turntable, television, computer, smartphone, tablet, CD player without the need for an amplifier or receiver with the amazingly versatile Klipsch The Sixes Heritage Series wireless powered loudspeakers. Featuring highly efficient, individual, built-in amplifiers specially engineered to maximize both output and fidelity, The Sixes help you cut clutter, expenses, and hassle without compromising on quality. The low-noise amplifiers also allow Klipsch to keep control over the signal path from start to finish, making for cohesive, immersive, and complete performance. Want to add a subwoofer? The Sixes even include a sub output so you can do as you please.
Measuring 8.625 x 16.75 x 11 inches (WHD), The Sixes yearn to be the tabletop stereo to serve your needs for years and years to. Able to decode up to 24-bit/192kHz from computer-audio sources and wirelessly connect to your devices via Bluetooth, these gorgeous-looking speakers come equipped with an array of inputs – 3.5mm mini plug, phono preamplifier/RCA analog, USB Type B, and optical – to work with practically anything to which you connect them. Each powered monitor also claims a one-inch titanium tweeter on incredibly precise, proprietary Tractrix horns and a 6.5-inch long-throw woofer. And The Sixes can pump out the jams with volume, reaching a maximum acoustic output of 106dB.
Anyway you slice it, with any source, The Sixes have you covered with stellar audiophile playback, alluring clarity, and cutting-edge flexibility. 100% Music Direct Satisfaction Guaranteed.
"The Sixes deliver sound that gets closer to what you hear at concerts than more conventional small box wired or wireless speakers. The Sixes are gutsy performers."
– Steve Guttenberg, CNET
"The Sixes are a fine-sounding set of speakers with the substantial bonus of built-in power and the lure of being able to connect directly to a turntable."
– Sound & Vision