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Klipsch The Three II Wireless powered speaker with Bluetooth® and built-in phono preamp (Walnut)

Item # 714THREE2W

The Three II offers full, detailed Klipsch sound, built-in Bluetooth, and versatile connections.

The Three II offers full, detailed Klipsch sound, built-in Bluetooth, and versatile connections.

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Item # 714THREE2W

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About the Klipsch The Three II

Ralph Graves

Retro look, robust sound

The Klipsch Three II wireless Bluetooth speaker builds on the success of its highly rated predecessor. This new version features the same retro spun metal switches and knobs, real wood veneer panels and classic acoustic design. But it gives you even bigger sound with more detail — even when cranked to its maximum volume.

Retro look, robust sound

Klipsch The Three II

The Klipsch Three II wireless Bluetooth speaker builds on the success of its highly rated predecessor. This new version features the same retro spun metal switches and knobs, real wood veneer panels and classic acoustic design. But it gives you even bigger sound with more detail — even when cranked to its maximum volume.

Superior sound from the speaker experts

The Three II features two 2-1/4" full range drivers that deliver full, detailed stereo sound. A signature Klipsch 5-1/4" long-throw woofer fills out the low end with depth and warmth. The drivers are bi-amped for exceptional accuracy and clarity. Dual opposed passive radiators help provide additional bass punch.

Connect it all

Thanks to a variety of inputs you can connect just about any audio source to the Three II. A stereo RCA input lets you hook up your CD player, music streamer, or other audio component. A built-in switchable phono preamp lets you connect a turntable directly. Play high-resolution audio files from your computer through the Three II's USB Type B input, and music from other handheld devices through the stereo minijack input. Of course, you also get Bluetooth for easy wireless streaming from your phone or tablet.


Product highlights:

  • built-in Bluetooth for wireless music streaming from compatible devices
  • two 2-1/4" full-range drivers
  • one 5-1/4" long-throw woofer for solid bass with dual opposed 5-1/4" passive radiators
  • 120 watts total system power
  • maximum volume: 106dB
  • frequency response: 45-20,000 Hz (-3dB)
  • RCA analog audio input with switchable phono preamp
  • USB Type B port for connecting a Mac® or PC (cable included)
    • supports sampling rates up to 24-bit/192kHz
  • stereo minijack input (3.5mm auxiliary cable included)
Other details:
  • spun metal switches and control knobs
  • real wood veneer panels
  • woven fabric grille covers
  • remote
  • AC power required
  • 13-3/4"W x 7"H x 8"D
  • weight: 10.32 lbs.
  • warranty: 1 year
  • MFR # 1067607

What's in the box:

  • Bluetooth powered speaker
  • 57" AC power cord
  • Remote control
  • 2 "AAA" batteries
  • 6.5 USB-B to USB-A cable
  • 59" Stereo minijack cable
  • Instructions

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Features & specs

Ethernet Port No
USB-A Port 0
USB-B Port 1
USB-C Port 0
3.5mm Input 1
RCA Input 1
XLR Input
Phono Input Yes
Digital Input No
HDMI Input No
Headphone Jack No
Subwoofer Output No
Wireless Features
Bluetooth Built-in
Wi-Fi No
Wi-Fi Bands No
Stereo Speaker Pairing No
Driver Details
Tweeter Size (Inches) ---
Tweeter Type ---
Tweeter Material ---
Midrange Size (Inches) 2.25
Midrange Type Cone
Woofer Size (Inches) 5.25
Woofer Type Polypropylene
Audio Specs
Watts RMS (Continuous) 120
Watts Maximum (Peak) Not given
Frequency Response 45-20k
Max. Digital Audio Bit Depth 24-bit
Max. Digital Audio Sample Rate 192 kHz
High-res Audio Playback
From Network No
From USB Thumb Drive (USB-A) No
From Computer (USB-B) Yes
Streaming Compatibility
Apple AirPlay No
Apple AirPlay 2 No
DTS Play-Fi No
Chromecast built-in No
Roon No
Sonos No
MusicCast No
SoundTouch No
Bose Home Speaker No
BluOS No
Klipsch Stream No
KEF Stream No
Music Services
Amazon Music No
Apple Music No
iHeart Radio No
Pandora No
Qobuz No
SiriusXM No
Spotify No
Tidal No
TuneIn No
YouTube Music No
Handheld Remote Yes
Control by app N/A
Amazon Alexa No
Google Assistant No
Other Specs
Width (Inches) 13.75
Height (Inches) 7.5
Depth (Inches) 10
Parts Warranty 1 Year
Labor Warranty 1 Year

Product Research


Klipsch Heritage Design: Incorporating luxury materials such as real wood veneer and tactile metal switches and knobs, the Klipsch Three II blends the acoustics and classic design legacy of Paul W. Klipsch with the latest technologies available today.

Professionally Tuned Stereo Sound: The Klipsch Three II is a stereo tabletop system featuring two 2.25" full-range drivers and a 5.25" long-throw woofer, bi-amplified (120W) for audio resolution and professionally tuned by Klipsch engineers to deliver a premium audio experience. In addition to the active 5.25" long-throw woofer, the Three II also features dual opposed 5.25" passive radiators to deliver enhanced bass performance.

Bluetooth Audio Streaming: The Klipsch Three II tabletop stereo system features Bluetooth 4.0 wireless technology so you can enjoy streaming online music services, internet radio, or music content stored on your Bluetooth-enabled smartphone, tablet, laptop, or computer. Basic playback control (Play/Pause & Previous/Next Track) can be done from the included remote control. Advanced music browsing and song/artist info are still handled from your Bluetooth source device. Pairing your Bluetooth source device with the Three II is extremely easy; just press and hold the source button on the speaker and select "Klipsch The Three II" on your Bluetooth device. The speaker will pair with multiple devices, but only one device can be used for playback at a time.

Note: The Klipsch Three II does not support Bluetooth hands-free communication for making and answering phone calls.

USB-B Input: The Klipsch Three II speaker system features a rear-panel USB (type-B) input for connecting your Windows PC or Mac computer/laptop. Through the Three's USB connection, you are able to play music files (up to 24-bit/96kHz) stored on your Windows PC or Mac computer/laptop through the powered speaker system. Basic playback control (Play/Pause & Previous/Next Track) can be done from the included remote control. Advanced music browsing and song/artist info are still handled from your computer. You will need to install a dedicated USB driver from the Klipsch website onto your Windows PC before connecting your computer (Mac computers will not need this dedicated driver). 

Note: There is also a USB-A port which is used for service, software, and firmware updates only.

Line or Phono Analog Input: In addition, the Klipsch Three II is equipped with a stereo RCA input that can used as a Line or Phono (MM) input. There is a switch on the back-panel that lets you select between  line-level or the built-in phono (MM) preamp. Connect your CD player, Turntable, and other audio sources with an analog audio output.

Aux Input: The Klipsch Three II also features a 3.5mm analog input, so you can connect practically any audio source via either a 3.5mm-to-3.5mm audio cable or an RCA-to-3.5mm audio cable (sold separately). Connect your portable music player, TV, or any audio source with an analog audio output or headphone jack.

Remote Control: The included IR remote offers wireless control over the Klipsch Three II speaker system. Control functions included Power, Volume, Mute, and Source; as well as Play/Pause & Previous/Next Track for Bluetooth and USB sources only.

Detachable AC Power Cord: The Klipsch Three II comes with a 57" detachable AC power cord that will need to be plugged into the back of the speaker and into an AC power wall outlet or surge protector (sold separately).

Note: The Klipsch Three II speaker is not battery powered.

Flexible Placement Options: The Klipsch Three II wireless speaker system is small enough that it can be placed almost anywhere; on a table-top, counter-top, shelf, end-table, nightstand, dresser, or small credenza.

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11 questions already asked

Will this connect to my Klipsch outdoor speakers? I donâ??t know what model they are, they came with the house.
emily  Oct 12, 2021
2 answers
I don't understand the question. It would be wise to call klipsch customer service
jack  Oct 12, 2021
No, they not.
luis  Oct 12, 2021
Is the Klipsch The Three II compatible with Alexa? If so how to connect to Alexa?
mike  Sep 13, 2020
2 answers
Yes you van connect the Alexa to it using a rca to headphone jack cable. Since it does not have Alexa built in. It would have to stay connected via cable. Works great thou. Good luck
daniel  Sep 14, 2020
I don't know. I'd wager the Crutchfield rep could tell you.
david  Sep 13, 2020
Can you play 2 of these together from one source ?
james  Apr 22, 2020
4 answers
I looked in the pamphlet that came with the speaker and it makes no reference to playing two together from one source. So I don't know the answer to your question. But it's a great speaker!
janet  Apr 23, 2020
Hello. Unit is great. Sound is super. I do not use the Bluetooth feature. I hard wire my iphone to the AUX input with the cord provided by Klipsch in the box. So I can not answer. Sorry. Plus I paid the full $400. It's a steal at $300.
kent  Apr 23, 2020
I do not think so, but I am not sure. Check with the techs from Crutchfield.
carol s  Apr 22, 2020
Though I only have one speaker, I believe that these do not pair (assuming you have multiple speakers) together. Theoretically, you could probably achieve this by connecting your device to one of the speakers, and use the 3.5mm connection to connect both together (the other speaker would need to be set to the 'Aux' mode). The speaker does provide stereo sound and with just one, it sounds amazing!
mark  Apr 22, 2020
Can you get local radio stations with this?
tommy  Aug 16, 2022
1 answer
This unit does not have a radio tuner built in to tune in the station. It does have an aux audio input that could be used to connect an FM Tuner. It also has Bluetooth that so that if the radio station offers an online stream or is available via a smart device app, a smart device like a phone or a tablet can be used to play the local radio station through this speaker.
jason  Aug 16, 2022 (Staff)
How does this work with Google Assistant if it doesn't have a wifi receiver?
crystal  May 06, 2021
4 answers
It doesn't have google assistant. This is klipsch the three ii. The google assistant one is the first version of the three.
james  May 06, 2021
I think you are thinking of the model Three with google assistant. The Three II is Bluetooth and analog with a digital input for streaming from a wired device.
bill  May 06, 2021
It uses bluetooth to pair with a Google device. You'll need to set the Google device to use the Klipsch as the music speaker, there are tutorials online for it.
james  May 06, 2021
It works on the blue tooth side. I have it paired to mine and as long as the distance isn't to great works fine.
allen  May 06, 2021
Can this speaker connect directly to a DVD projecter, such as Epson?
richard  Jan 21, 2021
3 answers
Yes it will connect to a projector as long as it has the white and red analog connections
jason  Jan 22, 2021
It depends on the audio output on your projector. Th Three II has Bluetooth, and analog inputs, like for a record player, a cassette player, and a mini jack for a phone. No HDMI It's a great speaker.
craig  Jan 21, 2021
As long as it has rca outputs, it'll work fine.
erik  Jan 21, 2021
I have connected a vintage Philips turntable to my recently purchased The Three ii and can't seem to get much volume. Is there some setting I need to change perhaps?
michael  Jan 13, 2021
1 answer
This is not an answer, but a suggestion. A vintage turntable may need a phono preamp to make sufficient volume. There may be info somewhere on the turntable out put versus Klipsch The Three input requirements.
joseph  Jan 21, 2021
will this pair with my Samsung TV?
michelle  Dec 03, 2020
2 answers
I'm not sure but it should. It's a receiver only Bluetooth device. What I will tell you is that it locks preference to a device and will not pair to another device until you manually put it in pairing mode. So, for example, if you pair it to someone's phone and they leave, the speaker will not appear to another device until you press the pairing button.
bill  Dec 03, 2020
You could certainly run a mini-jack cable from the TV. I don't know if things like Samsung TVs actually can broadcast in Bluetooth directly. I hard wire to watch streaming performances and it works pretty great.
james  Dec 03, 2020
I want to stream my music files from my mac or iphone wirelessly to the Klipsch Three. Can this be done using Apple Music?
jeffcupps  Sep 14, 2020
4 answers
Yes, using bluetooth. Just pair your phone to the speaker then play music on apple music.
susan  Sep 15, 2020
I stream my music on the Klipsch The Three II using my iPhone or my iPad through the bluetooth. Once it is paired you can use your itunes, youtube, Netflix and any other software that has audio output and you will be all set. FYI, if you to play audio from multiple devices, you will have to unpair the previous one and pair the next one. I hope this helps
georgios  Sep 15, 2020
I Bluetooth music and radio shows to my Klipsch. Sounds great! Steve
steve a.  Sep 14, 2020
Yes but it ties your phone up and you have to stay close. I use a nest mini and spotify to run without the phone.
allen  Sep 14, 2020
Which version of Bluetooth does this have and are AAC files supported? Thanks!
david  Jul 11, 2020
1 answer
I do not know what version of Bluetooth the Klipsch The Three II has. It is not listed in the manual nor on the website. Yet, I play music from my iPhone 11 that includes AAC files without any issues. A Bluetooth is backwards compatible and even if the Klipsch has an older version you will be able to play just fine with an newer version on your streaming device. I hope this helps. Take care.
georgios  Jul 12, 2020
If this is a "wireless" speaker, why is there an AC connection in the back ? Does it require plugging into the wall (even though this is never shown in any pics) ? Is there a battery ? Thanks
jeffrey  Jun 12, 2020
13 answers
Hi Jeffrey. This is not a wireless speaker. Incredible sound though. I'm very happy with it.
sean  Jun 13, 2020
It wirelessly hooks up via Bluetooth to an iPod, but it does indeed plug into the wall. No battery here....think of the Klipsch 3 as a nice, compact stereo unit that resides in a bookcase. We're listening to it right now, and use it every night, listening to SiriusXM or an album in our iTunes collection. Highly recommended.
donald  Jun 13, 2020
There is no battery and you have to plug it in. It's meant as a tabletop or bookshelf unit. It weighs about 10 pounds so you'd likely find it unpleasant to carry around. On the plus side, no battery means you won't have to replace it in a few years. The power supply is internal too so no proprietary "warts" or cabling, any three prong power cord is compatible. This is a great unit. Bluetooth sounds great. It has 3 inputs. You can likely hook your tv, phone, and record player to one great sounding speaker.
bill  Jun 12, 2020
The wireless only pertains to the Bluetooth function otherwise you have to plug in the wall like a regular stereo
daniel  Jun 12, 2020
Hello, Jeffrey, This speaker is powered by 110v wall socket power. It does allow bluetooth, wireless connection from you iphone, etc to the speaker. I bought this speaker to listen to home satellite radio with my iphone. Works great. But I use a wire to connect from my iphone to the speaker. Sounds wonderful and looks great. Kent
kent  Jun 12, 2020
There is no battery, but requires plugging into an electric wall outlet. It is wireless in the sense that with Bluetooth you can stream music from anywhere in the world with a cell phone or Ipad. However, to stream you have to download some streaming app. I use Radio FM
jack  Jun 12, 2020
Yes it is powered by AC. You would have to step down to something like the Groove to be battery powered. The wireless is the input connections. I'm not aware of anything this powerful that is battery operated.
allen  Jun 12, 2020
It's a Bluetooth speaker, which is likely why they labeled it wireless. It needs to be plugged in at all times, and has connections for wired audio inputs as well as Bluetooth.
joseph  Jun 12, 2020
Definitely AC powered. Not battery powered. It is "wireless" only in the sense that you can use Bluetooth to drive a signal to it. It reliably connects to my iPhone, from which I can stream anything that is otherwise listen to, with improved sound quality. It also allows wired input of other devices, including a turntable (it supposedly has a built-in phono preamp), but this too would be a "wired" connection.
gerald  Jun 12, 2020
Hello: You must plug the speaker into the wall in order to use it. This is not a battery operated speaker.
mark  Jun 12, 2020
It's wireless connectivity via Bluetooth. It's not a portable speaker. It needs to be plugged in. There's no battery in the "three II" if you want a portable wireless speaker check out "the one II" by klipsch.
james  Jun 12, 2020
This one doesn't have a battery. It does require being plugged in. I'm guessing it's "wireless" due to the ability to connect devices wirelessly.
brandon  Jun 12, 2020
Seriously...... what 110 outlet do you know powers wirelessly. Read the description. Its a bluetooth speaker.... that means wireless. No where does it say wireless charging....
andrew  Jun 12, 2020

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