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Klipsch's excellent-sounding T5 true wireless earbuds are just $79 on Amazon

Klipsch's excellent-sounding T5 true wireless earbuds are just $79 on Amazon

Those in the market for true wireless earbuds have plenty of offerings to choose from, but if you're looking to stand out, there's probably no better option than the Klipsch T5. It helps that these have amazing sound quality and battery life, too. Launched at $199 last year, the T5 has since dropped to a going price of around $100. This $78.99 price, however, is the best we've seen yet.

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The best cheap true wireless earbuds you can buy (Summer 2020)

The best cheap true wireless earbuds you can buy (Summer 2020)

As the true wireless earbud market has matured, we've reached a point where we now have a lot of good quality options even at lower price points — they're no longer just an expensive toy for early adopters. Anyone can pick up an affordable pair of TWEs these days and expect half-decent sound quality as well as a few useful extra features. We've reviewed quite a few of these over the years and are therefore able to help you decide which pair is right for you. These are our favorite options in the 'less than $50' and 'less than $100' price brackets.

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Klipsch T5 wireless earbuds marked down to $119, a new all-time-low

Klipsch T5 wireless earbuds marked down to $119, a new all-time-low

While the release of Apple's AirPods was a substantial shot in the arm for the wireless earbud market, they are far from the only headphone manufacturer with an established history of producing quality audio hardware. Klipsch, a company known for producing high-end audio equipment since its founding in the middle of the last century, is no exception. Klipsch made its first foray into the Bluetooth earbud market with its T5 Bluetooth earbuds that are now available from Amazon for only $119 — their lowest price yet.

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Klipsch unveils a set of true wireless earbuds that costs $1,000

Klipsch unveils a set of true wireless earbuds that costs $1,000

Ever since Apple released the AirPods, the market for wireless earbuds and other Bluetooth-equipped headphones has exploded. It comes as no surprise then that US audio specialist Klipsch wants to expand its portfolio of these following the launch of the excellent T5 earbuds last year. The company will introduce revised versions of the T5 with active noise cancellation during CES, as well as a more expensive T10 version and an unnamed over-ear set of ANC headphones. Thanks to a partnership with McLaren, its most expensive earbuds will end up costing as much as a smartphone at $1000. A new soundbar will also deliver some form of Google Assistant support to your living room.

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Klipsch T5 wireless earbuds drop to $150 ($50 off), their lowest price yet

Klipsch T5 wireless earbuds drop to $150 ($50 off), their lowest price yet

As a company that has been producing high-end audio products since the 1940s, Klipsch is a brand that needs no introduction amongst audiophiles. Today, a deal on Amazon has the silver version of the company's T5 Bluetooth earbuds on sale for $150, which is a savings of $50 and their lowest price yet.

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The Klipsch T5 true wireless earbuds offer superb sound, few frills

The Klipsch T5 true wireless earbuds offer superb sound, few frills

Klipsch has been making high-end audio gear for more than 70 years. With the better part of a century's worth of audio expertise informing their design, the company's T5 true wireless earbuds have a lot to live up to — and while they lack some of the frills I've come to expect in premium earbuds, they absolutely nail the fundamentals.

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Even more Google Assistant speakers are on their way, from the likes of Anker, B&O, and Klipsch

Even more Google Assistant speakers are on their way, from the likes of Anker, B&O, and Klipsch

According to Google, the company has been selling Home speakers at a rate of more than one per second since the Home Mini was released late last year. That's an incredible statistic, and it doesn't even take into account Assistant speakers from third-parties that have been available since last fall. Last year, we learned about devices from Mobvoi, Panasonic, Sony, and Anker's Zolo sub-brand. They were clearly the tip of the iceberg.

CES 2018 in Las Vegas has been awash with new Assistant products as Google takes the fight to Amazon's Alexa. Even the monorail has been taken over by Assistant branding.

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[Deal Alert] Klipsch Groove Bluetooth speaker is $69.99 ($80 off) on Amazon

[Deal Alert] Klipsch Groove Bluetooth speaker is $69.99 ($80 off) on Amazon

Bluetooth speakers are pretty awesome, but the more premium models can cost quite a bit. If you've been looking for a good wireless speaker, this is just the deal for you. Now you can get the Klipsch portable Bluetooth speaker for $69.99 on Amazon, an $80 savings.

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[Deal Alert] Woot Offers Discounts On A Smattering Of Bluetooth Headphones And Speakers From Jawbone, JBL, Sony, Klipsch, Logitech, And More, Today Only

[Deal Alert] Woot Offers Discounts On A Smattering Of Bluetooth Headphones And Speakers From Jawbone, JBL, Sony, Klipsch, Logitech, And More, Today Only

If you're in the market for some new Bluetooth gear, ley your fingers do the walking over to Woot's Electronics portal today. The site is offering a wide variety of Bluetooth headphones and speakers from a collection of different brands, all at around half off. This is one of Woot's daily deals, so the sale items will only be available today, Sunday (though they may show up in different sales later). Unfortunately Woot is a US-only site.

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Review: Klipsch S4A Headphones For Android Combine Great Sound With An Awesome Control App

Review: Klipsch S4A Headphones For Android Combine Great Sound With An Awesome Control App

I'll be the first to admit, I'm a big fan of Klipsch. I like their style, their sound signature, and their products generally. I started with a ProMedia 2.1 computer speaker setup, and have since graduated to a pair of their reference bookshelf speakers, and I've been pleased the whole way through. I had never, however, tried their headphones. Until recently, Klipsch's in-line control headphones designed for smartphones had only fully worked with iOS devices. With the S4A, that changed - it's the first Klipsch headphone designed specifically for use with Android devices.

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What's the word? They're definitely a Klipsch product.

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