After revealing its first Reference Series soundbar earlier this week, Klipsch has now detailed several more audio products that will fall under the Reference line. The initial entry-level collection includes the R-28F ($698 for a pair) and R-26F ($898 for a pair) floorstanding units; the R-15M ($199 for a pair) and R-14M ($249 for a pair) monitors; the R-25C ($249) center channel; the R-14S ($279 for a pair) surround speaker; and the R-10SW ($349) and R-12SW ($449) subwoofers.
DTS has announced a new partnership between Fine Sounds Group that will allow McIntosh, Sonus Faber, and Wadia audio brands to integrate DTS Play-Fi technology into their consumer electronics products. Play-Fi is an advanced cross-platform wireless audio technology that lets users stream and enjoy music through their Wi-Fi connections.
Klipsch has detailed its latest audio device, the R-10B soundbar. The speaker system is part of the company's Reference unit strategy, which aims to deliver superior audio quality to a wide market at various price points.
FX has announced plans to bring 'The Simpsons' online by launching "Simpsons World." The upcoming digital experience will offer streaming options for all 25 seasons and 552 episodes of the beloved show.