KLH breaks new ground with an attractive floor-stander
Audio pioneer Henry Kloss earned widespread praise from a generation of music lovers for his acclaimed loudspeaker and table radio designs. Now KLH is paying homage to the brand's famous co-founder with a fresh new line of bookshelf and tower speakers. The Cambridge is the smallest of their floor-standing models, yet packs a ton of sound into its slender cabinet.
This highly efficient tower (rated at an impressive 94 dB sensitivity!) doesn't require a ton of power to produce big sound, making it a great match with a range of modern amplifiers.
The KLH Cambridge sports a real wood veneer finish (shown in black oak with grille removed).
High-tech drivers yield natural, detailed sound
The Cambridge uses carefully crafted drivers to produce nuanced texture and detail. A 1" anodized aluminum tweeter produces clear, non-fatiguing highs. And a pair of 5-1/4" woven Kevlar® woofers deliver tight and tuneful midrange and bass.
A custom-designed, high-quality crossover ensures smooth blending of frequencies between the trio of drivers.
Small details add up to excellent long-term performance
Not every floor-standing speaker in this price range comes equipped with two pairs of speaker inputs for bi-amping or bi-wiring. Nor does every tower include both floor spikes and rubber feet for added stability and decoupling.
But what I especially appreciate is this speaker's genuine wood veneer finish, which gives it a luxurious feel. And the Cambridge's magnetic grille has no visible attachment points, making the speaker visually compelling with the grille removed.
To top it all off, this handsome speaker comes with a 10-year warranty for long-term peace of mind.
The KLH name lives on
Henry Kloss and his partners founded KLH in Cambridge, Massachusetts back in the '50s. Kloss changed the audio industry with innovations like the acoustic suspension loudspeaker, the first-ever full-range electrostatic speaker, and the first high-selectivity table radio.
Today, KLH is headquartered in Noblesville, Indiana. The company's new speaker lineup represents a fresh take on that rich and varied KLH legacy.