Klipsch has recently upgraded its The Three Wireless Speaker System with a new feature that supports voice control with the Google Assistant. The Three with Google Assistant will incorporate wireless music playback via Bluetooth and WiFi, along with the ability to receive and process voice commands using virtual assistants.
The amplifier specifications and speaker size are the same as the standard version, with only a few changes to the interface, and the exterior colors look more elegant and rustic. Inside the speaker is a driver structure with two 5.75cm speakers and 13cm subwoofer, to complement the bass strips, the Klipsch features two 13cm passive bass resonators. The shell is made of plywood with glossy aluminum buttons and knob. Built-in 60W (peak is 80W) amplifier. The voice control feature will still support standard operations such as searching for information, playing music, listening to news, weather, referring to traffic conditions and control the smart home device. And more importantly, Klipsch The Three will play a good multi-room.
The speakers are priced at $499, which means they will go up a level higher than the current compact and affordable smartphones in the market such as Amazon Echo or Sonos One. However, if you are a person who needs smart features and high sound quality, The Three with Google Assistant will be more suitable than the other wireless speakers. Many of you, who once heard original The Three will be somewhat impressed by the sound, strong vocal and the bass.