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Klipsch LightSpeaker System

Klipsch LightSpeaker System (Image courtesy Klipsch)
By Andrew Liszewski

Instead of re-modeling your living room or other parts of your home to hide a set of unsightly speakers, the Klipsch LightSpeaker system lets you stash them in pre-existing 5 or 6-inch recessed lighting fixtures. Each unit is composed of a 20-watt full range speaker with a 2.5-inch wide dispersion drive, but they also feature a 10-watt fully dimmable LED bulb rated for 40,000 hours so you don’t have to sacrifice lighting for sound.

Of course having to run speaker wire to each unit would completely negate the convenience of its design, so the whole system is wireless, relying on a 2.4GHz transmitter with a (somewhat limited) range of 50 feet that can support up to 8 different LightSpeakers at one time. And using an included remote you can setup two separate listening zones in your home with different music sources for each. “Coming soon” for around $600.

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  • mcman

    So, 6 bills for this and 2 grand to add recessed lighting to my house. Then again I could just add two recessed lights and plug them into the ceiling. Of course my ceiling is not electric so that could pose a problem. Now we're climbing back up the $$$ tree.

    Am I making any sense because I sense I'm not making any?

  • Jessicat

    Doesn't sound like a plug and play. I don't like things that are complicated. :-)

  • Jessicat

    Doesn't sound like a plug and play. I don't like things that are complicated. :-)