Klipsch LightSpeaker

Klipsch was given an innovation award for the CES 2010. Known for their superb audio products, what they came up to win such an award isn’t a big ass music system but a rather small one – a light bulb. How coincidental that a light bulb symbolizes an idea, which Klipsch apparently had a very bright one.

Klipsch LightSpeaker is an innovative product that fused the common light bulb and their expertise in audio equipments. The LightSpeaker is a speaker that gets its electricity from the socket just like a common bulb. You just have to screw it in and you have an LED light bulb and a speaker system in that place! No retrofitting has to be done as it connects with a 5″ or 6″ bulb socket.

The music is being streamed from the base station to the LightSpeaker at the proprietary operating frequency of 2.4GHz. You just have to connect your iPod or mp3 player to the base station and it will stream to the speakers around your home. The base station can handle up to 8 speakers and can play two separate music to two different speaker zones. The speakers has a 20watt power output giving enough punch to fill a room or your garden. The LightsSpeaker is also a LED bulb that provides light similar to a 65 watt incandescent bulb with almost no heat and can be used for up to 15 to 20 years.

This ingenious design can make any home equipped with ceiling type speakers as easy as screwing in a bulb.

Klipsch speakers are available at Amazon.

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