Klipsch Heritage speakers are getting Google smarts with Assistant

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Klipsch has announced their Heritage line of speakers will soon come with Google Assistant. This will bring all the functionality of Google Assistant such as streaming music, weather and traffic updates, controlling your smart home, making calls, answers to your everyday questions, and much much more to Klipsch’s award-winning Heritage line of speakers.

Both speakers will be available in special edition finishes including premium materials such as real wood veneer and copper switches, keeping the classic Klipsch design with their signature sound. The more expensive “The Three” will even include an integrated subwoofer for enhanced bass.

Available starting this fall, the larger and louder tabletop speaker “The Three” is expected to cost $499, while the smaller and more portable “The One” speaker will set you back $349 when it goes on sale in 2019. With the popularity of smart speakers growing, it’s great to see high-end audio companies jumping in with their own lines of smart speakers. Consumers will soon have more choice than ever when it comes to audio quality and style when purchasing a smart speaker and this is wonderful news for our ears.

Source: Klipsch