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  1. 2021 Gear in Review Part 2

    2021 Gear in Review Part 2
    From subwoofers to DACs , ListenUp recaps the top audio products of 2021 in this two part blog post.
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  2. Limited Edition 75th Anniversary Klipschorn®

    Limited Edition 75th Anniversary Klipschorn®

    Celebrating the speaker that changed audio history.

    Audio pioneer and company founder Paul W. Klipsch started building the first Klipschorn in 1946, and it revolutionized the way the world listens to recorded music. Over the years it has been tweaked as new technologies became available, but it remains the only fully horn-loaded loudspeaker available to consumers. With its three-way system, each driver is coupled to a horn and optimized to operate in its individual pass-band. This allows the Klipschorn to be 10 to 20 times more efficient than other conventional loudspeakers. Higher efficiency yields greater acoustic power, which is generated with considerably less amplification. The result is the cleanest, most dynamic sound possible throughout the entire musical range.

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  3. 2021 Gear in Review Part 1

    2021 Gear in Review Part 1
    From headphones to preamplifiers, ListenUp rounds-up the top audio products of 2021 in this two part blog post.
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  4. The Most Capable Component Ever?

    The Most Capable Component Ever?
    The new Omnia integrated amplifier from Audiolab pretty much checks all the boxes—streamer, DAC, CD player—all wrapped up in a beautiful design.
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  5. Gifts for the Gear Geek

    Gifts for the Gear Geek
    If you have any audiophiles on your list — or if you’re one yourself — here are some great components and accessories guaranteed to improve the sound of any system.
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  6. Home Theater For The Holidays

    Home Theater For The Holidays

    It’s a Wonderful Life. Miracle on 34th Street. A Charlie Brown Christmas. Elf. How the Grinch Stole Christmas. The list of classic holiday movies and shows goes on and on, and with many of Hollywood’s latest blockbusters available for streaming at home at the same time they’re released in theaters, it’s the ultimate season to hunker down with the family for some quality time.

    Speaking of quality, it’s a fact that you’ll enjoy all your favorite movies, TV shows, sports and music even more when you upgrade your home theater system. Here are some easy and cost-effective ways to do that…

    1. Get a bigger, better TV

    No one ever says, “Gosh, I wish I’d bought a smaller TV.” The bigger the screen, the closer you can get to that movie theater experience at home. And with today’s 4K and 8K models, you can sit even closer to the screen without no

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  7. Prepare For Take-Off

    Prepare For Take-Off

    The New, Reimagined Zeppelin from Bowers & Wilkins

     

    It’s simple, beautiful, and it can reach sonic heights that will take your breath away. Indeed, the new Zeppelin has brought wireless speaker sound quality to a whole new altitude. 

     

    Zeppelin front side

    Key Features:

     

    Unrivaled, Room-Filling Stereo Sound

    Deep & Throaty Bass Response

    High-Res Wireless Streaming

    24-bit/192-kHz DAC

    Apple AirPlay 2, Spotify Connect, Qobuz, and Tidal Support

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  8. Jerry Garcia's "Budman" McIntosh MC2300 Amplifier Sold for $378,000 at Sotheby's Auction

    Jerry Garcia's "Budman" McIntosh MC2300 Amplifier Sold for $378,000 at Sotheby's Auction
    In October 2021, Sotheby’s presented From the Vault: Property from the Grateful Dead and Friends, an auction
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  9. The Return Of The Warehouse Sale

    The Return Of The Warehouse Sale
    Save up to to 75% off on ListenUp Certified open box products this Saturday, September 18th.
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  10. ListenUp Brings Back The Warehouse Sale

    ListenUp Brings Back The Warehouse Sale
    Join ListenUp's revival of the Warehouse Sale and experience savings up to 60% on speakers, turntables, receivers & more from some of the best names in audio and video.
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