+ Monday January 20th, 2020

Klipsch, a heritage producer of premium audio equipment, have today announced their T5 Series headphones to suit the everyday lifestyle of users on the go.

The T5 Series come in four different designs that include wireless, a neckband, and the classic cord. headphone ranges. The company has said that each piece in the series has been designed to provide the legendary Klipsch sound, giving you the crystal clear, dynamic acoustics current Klipsch users are used to.

So lets have a look at each one shall we.

The Klipsch T5 True Wireless Earbuds

The Klipsch T5 True Wireless earbuds have been designed with Klipsch’s True Comfort design that provides patented oval ear tips for extra comfort and seal to enable true outside noise cancellation. There are also four mics that will provide Clear Voice Chat when taking or making phone calls.

There is also an IPX4 water resisting rating. You can also connect the Klipsch T5 true wireless earbuds to your smartphone via the Klipsch Connect App compatibility along with the ability to connect to the digital assistant of your choice including the Google Assistant.

There is also 8 hours battery life and the earbuds can be topped up charged via the charging case which will add up to 24 hours of charge.

The Klipsch T5 True Wireless earbuds are available from $349 in Black/Silver colour.

Klipsch T5 Sport

The Klipsch T5 Sport Is more for the sporty type of user who likes to have their favourite music or podcast to listen to whilst they work out. You can choose between Klipch’s patented oval ear tips, flexible ear wings, or memory foam tips for a good seal and outside noise cancellation.

The T5 Sport comes with IPX 4 rated sweat-resistant miniature nozzles, along with cable management to tighten or loosen the cords to adjust the hold. There is also APTX HDTM technology built into the T5 Sport that helps prevent signal delays and blocks out distractions for noise isolation.

Finally the T5 Sport comes with volume control and stop/start raised buttons on one side along with ability to use your own preferred digital assistant like the Google Assistant.

The T5 Sport is available from $169 and comes in two colours, Black and White.

Klipsch T5 Neckband

The Klipsch T5 Neckband Is more like the current somewhat wireless headband earphones and has been designed from genuine leather, to give you the extra bit of luxury when wearing them. The T5 Headband comes with IPX 4 rated sweat-resistant, along with Klipch’s True Comfort patented oval ear tips to help provide comfort and noise isolation.

T5 Headband comes with 15 hours battery life between charges, along with a vibrating neckband that helps keep you alert when receiving calls. There is also 2 mics with Clear Voice Chat, to enable your callers to hear you clearly.

The T5 Headband is available from $199 and comes two colours, Black or T5 Brown.

Klipsch T5M Wired

The Klipsch T5M Wired Are more like your typical wired headphones and can be used on any Android, Apple, Gaming or even PC/Laptop device that has a 3.5mm audio jack.

The T5m Wired headphone/earphones come with an IPX 4 rating to beat the elements, along with a combination of high output and full bass extension. You can also take or make calls with the static-free microphone module on the T5M Wired earphones.

The T5M Wired Earphones/Headphones are available from $99 and come in two colours – black or white.

Klipsch have stated that the T5 series will be available through your local Harvey Norman, though doesn’t seem to be available through the Harvey Norman website, and other smaller retails. You can check out a list of their stockists through the Klipsch website.

Source: Klipsch T5 Series.

Alex Dennis   Associate

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