The Forte III, as a member of the Klipsch Heritage line, is handcrafted in the USA. The original Forte was first introduced in 1985, but until now it has been out of production since 1996. The new generation Forte III has been updated over its predecessor both cosmetically and in its acoustic ability.

The Forte III is a three-way design, employing a 12” woofer and horn-loaded midrange and tweeter. It features K-100-TI 1” and K-70 1.75” titanium compression drivers and the newly designed K703-M midrange horn which incorporates a modified Tractrix® design with patented Mumps technology, plus a rear-mounted 15” passive radiator. The large 15” sub-bass woofer on the rear of the cabinet operates on acoustic pressure generated by the main woofer

Inside the cabinet, the Forte III has a new, steep filter passive crossover network which operates at 650Hz and 5.2kHz. Externally, the input panel has been redesigned with heavy-duty bi-wire capable input terminals. Each pair of Forte III loudspeakers is grain-matched using wood veneer panels that are harvested from the same timber.

Henley Audio are distributing the Klipsch Forte III in the UK and will have it on demonstration at the Bristol Show in Room 418.

SRP £4,000.00

Available in American Walnut, Natural Cherry, Black Ash and Distressed Oak finish.

 

 

 

 

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