The midrange uses new technology to improve the range and control of the mid-frequency components. These loudspeakers were first introduced in 1985 when Forte became the most popular Klipsch model. Their elegance and outstanding performance quickly established the Forte as a standout loudspeakers when compared to the competitors. With the midrange horn, which they have developed technology that significantly improves the response in the mid-frequency band.Klipsch carefully choose all the components, whether domestically produced or imported. The Forte III cabinet is constructed in the USA, by the craftsmen of Hope, in Arkansas, just like Paul W. Peering into the back of a Forte cabinet reveals Klipsch's secret to great sound, the Forte III uses a rear-mounted passive radiator to extended the speakers bass response. At a massive 15 (38 cm) inches in size, the sub-bass radiator operates on the acoustic pressure the woofer generated to extend the bass output. To ensure the speakers look as good as they sound the best, Klipsch only uses book-matched wood veneers for the Heritage series.
The veneering process is carefully considered to give the heritage series the best finish possible. When the veneer leaves are delicately sliced from the timber they are kept in order and arranged precisely to give a mirror image at the splice joint, similar to turning the pages of a book. The veneering process ensures the speakers are visually appealing and matched together with a consistent appearance that will be treasured. To ensure each speaker is matched, in the production process, the speakers move around together through the factory. All Klipsch speakers are built for loudness and longevity to stand the test of time.
Using only the best quality materials, including high-grade adhesives and fasteners ensures that all the Forte III speakers are meticulously handcrafted. The ethos of Klipsch is that the speaker will be handed down from one generation to the next. The speakers have been specifically designed to fill large spaces with room-filling audio without sacrificing too much floor space. Only 13 (33cm) inches deep, the Forte III is the thinnest speaker in the Heritage Series and smaller than the Reference Premiere floor standing speaker, whilst still delivering an incredible, and robust sound output.
The terminals for the Klipsch Forte III are high-quality, heavy-duty bi-wired input terminals, for your preference. Freq Response: (+/- 3dB) 38Hz - 20kHz.
Nominal Impedance: 8 Ohms Compatible. Crossover Freq: (HF/MF) 5.2kHz / 650Hz. HF: K-100-TI 1 on a K-79T horn.
Midrange: K-70 1.75 on a K-703-M horn. LF: K-281 12 Fibre-composite cone.
Passive: KD-15 15 Passive cone radiator. Dimensions (HWD): 91.4 x 41.9 x 33cm. Orders placed on a Friday morning will be delivered on the Monday.
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