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Klipsch debuts RoomGroove iPod audio system


In addition to its iGroove SXT, Klipsch has also introduced the iPod-specific RoomGroove speaker system. Part of the new KlipschCast family, the RoomGroove is a transceiver system—it can receive CD-quality wireless audio from the Klipsch CS-700 DVD Entertainment System as well as transmit audio to other RoomGrooves.

The RoomGroove utilizes dual 2.5-inch high-output woofers in a ported enclosure, premium crossover networks and dual MicroTractrix Horn-loaded tweeters. It features a hidden dock that accepts and charges all dockable iPods. The RoomGroove also has an auxiliary input and comes with wall mounting hardware and an IR remote control. The system will ship in April for $349.

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Looks great!  I’ve been looking for a system to transmit audio made for my iPod.  This would definitely solve several challenges I have placing music around my home.  Now, how does it sound?  Thanks, Digg!!!

Posted by LC Angell on January 15, 2007 at 12:11 PM (CST)


This looks great.  The price point looks good.  Assuming this has the same Klipsch sound quality, it should be a home run and certainly on my purchase list.

Posted by LC Angell on January 16, 2007 at 10:08 AM (CST)

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