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  • Dave Kelley: A New, Well-Experienced Owner And a leader

    After a number of years of stagnation and changing leadership, KLH Audio has a new, well-experienced owner in Dave Kelley and a leadership team that’s something of an all-star roster. The story of the brand’s rebirth and reemergence is one that’s worth hearing.

  • CES 2019 Highlights

    My HiFi Passion | Inner Fidelity The recently re-acquired and rebranded KLH Audio announced a two pairs of earphones at CES for an upcoming March release. First up was a $499 full-range open-back Ultimate One. The 50mm dynamic driver encased inside is pure beryllium (not just coated) and comes with both a balanced cable (with SE…

  • CES 2019: Headphones, Part 2

    By: Brent Butterworth, Soundstage The surprisingly ambitious revival of the KLH brand, relaunched at last year’s CEDIA Expo, has now extended into headphones. The Ultimate One headphones ($499.98) shown here are an open-back design with a 50mm beryllium-diaphragm dynamic driver per side. The earcups are machined from solid ebony, while the earpads are made from…

  • CES 2019: These are the Audio highlights!

    KLH Audio Ultimate One KLH Audio is known to audiophiles as the creators of the world’s first full-range electrostatic loudspeaker, the Model Nine. After a corporate takeover by Kelley Global Brands, at CEs 2019, the rebranded KLH Audio announced a $499 full-range open-back Ultimate One. The planar magnetic headphone boasts a pure beryllium 50mm dynamic…
  • CEDIA Tech Council Podcast, Episode 92: A Vintage Brand Comes Back

    By: Ed Wenck, Cedia.com CEDIA Tech Council Podcast, Episode 92: A Vintage Brand Comes Back Ed Wenck Dec 21, 2018 Legendary hi-fi label KLH has seen a resurgence of late. David Kelley (who bought the brand) fills us in on the history of Henry Kloss's company, and what they're up to now. Click here to…
  • World Wide Stereo Proves ‘Music Matters’ During Recent Weekend Event

    By: Rob Scott-CT Lab at NAPCO Media We’ve spent plenty of time highlighting some of the ridiculous technology that Philadelphia-based consumer electronics retailer World Wide Stereo displays in its two showrooms in the area. And we’ve also spent some time hanging out with the staff during some of their marquee events, which include playing host…