Klipsch The Nines and The Sevens Expand Wireless Monitor LineupKlipsch The Nines and The Sevens Expand Wireless Monitor Lineup
Klipsch The Nines and The Sevens Expand Wireless Monitor Lineup

Klipsch The Nines and The Sevens Expand Wireless Monitor Lineup

At CES 2023 next January, Klipsch will unveil The Nines and The Sevens high-resolution active monitors .  We have already talked in detail about the junior models of this line of the well-known American manufacturer The Fives  and The Sixes . The Sevens and The Nines models are larger and more powerful, but they also support high-resolution audio playback.

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The Sevens and The Nines active monitors are made in a two-band concept with separate amplification per band. The novelties are equipped with an inch titanium tweeter in the proprietary Tractrix horn. In the bigger model The Nines, the high-frequency driver is supplemented by a long-throw driver with a composite cone with a diameter of 8 inches, working in a phase-inverted acoustic design. The amplifiers operate in class D and develop 30 watts for the tweeter and 100 watts for the low-frequency driver. The Nines has an operating range of 40Hz to 25kHz, up to 115dB SPL, and a single monitor measures 337 x 480 x 240mm (W x H x D). The junior model of The Sevens is equipped with a speaker with a diameter of 6.5 inches, a swinging amplifier with a power of 80 watts. Sound pressure can reach up to 112 dB, one monitor has dimensions of 272 x 403 x 203 mm (W x H x D).

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The Sevens and The Nines active speakers are equipped with a Bluetooth 5.0 adapter with support for the aptX codec. In addition, the novelties are capable of receiving a digital stream, for which a USB-B port and an optical input are provided. There is also an HDMI ARC port  for connecting a TV. At the same time, monitors are capable of decoding digital audio with a resolution of up to 24 bit / 192 kHz. Analog switching is provided by a line input on a 3.5 mm minijack connector, as well as an input on RCA connectors, which can be switched from line mode to MM phono stage input mode. There is also an analog output for connecting an active subwoofer.

To control the monitors, you can use the proprietary Klipsch Connect application, which allows you to adjust the equalizer and subwoofer settings, activate dynamic bass, night mode, manage firmware updates and much more.

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The Sevens and The Nines active monitors are finished in black ash or walnut real wood veneer. Metal switches and knobs give special vintage charm to the novelties. On sale acoustics Klipsch The Sevens and The Nines should appear next spring. In the UK, the junior model will cost £1,649 , while the bigger model will be offered for £1,999 .

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