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With auditorium space at a premium the Klipsch Jubilee low-frequency device with its 24-inch depth is the ultimate space-saving solution. Developed by audio pioneer Paul W. Klipsch in 2001 this dual 12-inch loudspeaker system couples the horn-loaded woofers with the KPT-402-MF mid-bass Tractrix Horn coupled to the Klipsch K-1133 two-inch exit titanium compression driver. The high frequencies are easily handled by the KPT-Grand-HF-T Tractrix Horn.

With auditorium space at a premium the Klipsch Jubilee low-frequency device with…

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Frank van Kasteren combined Klipsch La Scala and Jubilee speakers to make his own Jubscala DIY speakers that have been made famous on the Klipsch forums.

Olympus AIR - Olympus just unveiled the AIR Camera, a handheld interchangeable lens camera completely controlled with smartphones. Olympus wedged the mirror-less, wi-fi & Bluetooth-enabled, 16-megapixel camera

Olympus AIR - Olympus just unveiled the AIR Camera, a handheld interchangeable lens camera completely controlled with smartphones. Olympus wedged the mirror-less, wi-fi & Bluetooth-enabled, camera

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SolTech Energy: Nothing says "afterthought" like a rectangle of solar panels slapped onto the roof of a house with no visual relationship with the rest of the structure. Swedish company SolTech Energy brings solar in a different direction with their roofing tiles, made from ordinary glass in the shape of (gasp) ordinary roofing tiles. Why has no one thought of this sooner?

Swedish company SolTech Energy brings solar in a different direction with their roofing tiles, made from ordinary glass in the shape of ordinary roofing tiles. I've seen the solar panel roof tiles, but I've never seen this.