Klipsch: Breakthrough in Headphone Technology - Page 2
To enable this, the Klipsch headphone range spreads from 20Hz - 20 kHz, which is a high-definition audio experience. It captures low-end frequencies without the annoying splatter that so often plagues bass sounds. The excellent complexity of the passive crossover technology allows the high-range frequencies to separate from the bottom end with clarity and focus. The result is a spacious environment of highly separated sounds that appears to the ear to occur in a sonic vacuum — due to the refreshing absence of background noise.
The Move to Improve
Klipsch Audio Technologies introduced an ethic in sonic amplification equipment and continues to lead the way into the next era of audio technology. Their signature traits — controls on distortion, wide dynamic ranges, directional radiation patterns, and flat frequency responses — have been permanently engraved within their previous sound systems.
Their innovations in live stage equipment, cinema, and computer and multimedia speakers have created a name brand that is synonymous with high-fidelity sound systems. These same attributes, their signature of quality for every sonic system, are now being applied to headphone technology. This is a bold move to improve the enjoyment of sound for all gamers and audiophiles.