Klipsch Heritage Wireless The One II Tabletop Stereo Walnut

Regular price $447.54

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SKU: E-53912

Category: Bluetooth speakers, New Arrivals, Featured Product

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Estimated Delivery : October 04 - October 10

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  • True Entertainment: The legendary, detailed and dynamic sound you’ve come to expect from Klipsch
  • True Craftsmanship: Featuring real wood finishes and durable metal accents, this timeless Klipsch design offers heirloom-quality and a mid-century modern look and feel
  • True Simplicity: Perfectly proportioned, the 1 II delivers concert quality sound to any room in your home
  • True You
  • Included Components: Speaker, Manual
  • Wireless Communication Technology: Bluetooth

Product Attributes:

Attribute NameAttribute Value
Product Dimensions12.68 x 5.83 x 5.51 inches
Item Weight8.4 pounds
Item model number1067554
Batteries2 AA batteries required.
Is Discontinued By ManufacturerNo
Date First AvailableApril 19, 2019
AvailabilityIn Stock
Rating4 stars and up

Ratings & Reviews

Reviewed on July 19, 2023
Ordered this with low expectations. Needed a desktop speaker for my office and have to admit I screwed up! This is a whole room speaker not a close up speaker. The amount of sound that comes out of this speaker fills my 12’x24’ office at half volume. At full volume you can fill the music and it is crisp on all ranges. Super simple controls. On/Off toggle, phono/BT button, and volume. Bluetooth connected instantly with my iPhone and has been seamless. Love it!
Reviewed on June 30, 2023
So, I am baffled. I was really excited to receive this and try it out. Shipping took longer than I would have liked, but it finally arrived today, and I immediately pulled it out of the box and I plugged it in and flipped its switch and....nothing. Literally nothing. Flipped the switch a couple more times. Nothing. Zero indication of function or power. Checked the DC In connection. Nothing. Checked to make sure the outlet I had the DC cord plugged into has a power source, and it powers my side table lamp fine, so that's not the issue. I tried the factory reset process as the manual instructs (with the switch both up and down, since I cannot tell which position is "on", it's not labeled)...nothing. Thought, what the hell, and went through the Bluetooth pairing process to see if anything came through; Nothing. No Bluetooth light firing up, no appearance of the speaker in my phone's Bluetooth connection menu. So, what's wrong with it? No idea. No way to tell, either, because there's no indicator light on the speaker, so, I have no way of knowing if it's the DC cord or something else that is causing it to be DOA. Sigh. I ask you, what quality speaker company omits the darn power indicator light? It's a really useful, and utterly standard, feature and function. What's especially bizarre is this speaker comes with a (very simple) user manual, and a good chunk of it is dedicated to the speaker's indicator light and what the different colored lights mean; The presence and location of the light is clearly diagramed on page 3, and literally half of page 5 is dedicated solely to it. So, even thought its own user manual insists it has one (again, see photos), it DOESN'T HAVE ONE. ???? So frustrating and illogical, and just plain irritating. I mean, what happened? Did Klipsch redesign it (without changing its model name - see the photo I took of the bottom of the unit along with the user manual; The model names printed on both are the same) - cheaping out by removing the indicator light, and then REALLY cheaping out by NOT also redesigning the user manual? Did they REALLY just toss the old, BETTER version's manual into the packaging for this substandard redesign, and in the process clearly reveal that they'd removed a really helpful, standard feature? Boggles the mind they'd be that short-sighted, but I do believe that's what they did. SO. Is this a good speaker? Maybe, in the sound department, but, who knows? At least, not I, because I can't turn it on. It most definitely sucks as far as powering up, and extra sucks by not having an indicator light that can help diagnose issues (or just tell you it's on or off), so, yeah, back it goes, which extra, extra sucks, because it's a very attractive-looking speaker, not much else out there looks this nice, and I really, really wanted this to be, well, The One. :( IF it had an indicator light, I'd probably buy another one to try out after returning this one (because I'd figure I'd just gotten a dud, which, in all likelihood, is what has happened). But, for real, friends, indicator lights have a REALLY logical purpose (as is evidenced by my experience with THIS very speaker), and I very much want what now appears to be the simple luxury of that very, very basic feature included in whatever speaker I buy. If there is a version of this speaker I can buy that actually comes with an indicator light, hopefully I can figure it out, because I would buy that instead...But really, how can I trust that anything I see online actually reflects the reality of what would be shipped to me? The data and specs in the manual are flat out wrong. Any specs, descriptions, or promises I find online could also be wrong. ...Upon further reflection I find this whole situation hilarious, because even all the REALLY cheapo, Chinese junk units out there have an indicator light. What a joke Klipsch, the company, seems to be, and, yes, silly me for thinking a European company with a long history would be better. It's ALL about maximum profit with minimum features these days, doesn't matter where it was designed or who designed it.
Reviewed on June 30, 2023
I stumbled across this BT speaker at an Airbnb over Memorial Day weekend. After 4-days of listening to room filling music with great sound crispness I decided to pick one up for my home office. This is perfect as a stationary speaker and looks fantastic. I stream music from my M2 MacBook Air all day during the week using Music and Spotify apps. The Anker Soundcore Motion Boom has been solely relegated for outdoor and on-the-go use. Takeaways +Great room filling sound +No distortion at high volumes +Excellent aesthetics +Nice mechanical/physical knobs and switches
Reviewed on July 27, 2023
I love Klipsh products, I like this unit and for the most part it stays in one place. And that’s a good thing because it has to be plugged in to charge
Reviewed on July 14, 2023
Our portable battery powered Bluetooth speakers just weren't cutting it for our large living room space, which is open to the kitchen and dining room as well. We're super happy with this Klipsch One II. Had some unfortunate delays in the delivery, but it was worth the wait.
Reviewed on June 27, 2023
This Klipsch speaker paired Bluetooth quickly to our windows 11 laptop. Beautiful sound. Pretty good directions. as it should do, it turned off also sound to our HDMI connected TV. We like it a lot. synchronized lips to sound well.
Reviewed on April 10, 2023
This is a really beautiful plugin bluetooth speaker. I recently sold my stereo system and audio collection, accepting that simple and streaming services are the life for me right now. I would like to splurge on a some really great sounding, good looking, and super easy to use speakers though. I have an existing Bose Soundlink that I use around the house and yard. I struggled to hear much of an improvement with this speaker versus the Soundlink. The Soundlink is much less sleek and sexy than this speaker, but it's cheaper and significantly more portable. Get this speaker if you are looking for style (it is worth it!), but look for something else if you want really great sound. I did evaluate an Audio Pro C10 MKII as well. That is also a good looking speaker but larger than this one. The Audio Pro sounded better than the Klipsch, but I'm still sticking with the Soundlink for now. The improvement in sound was still smaller than I expected over the Soundlink.
Reviewed on May 19, 2023
Very well built and nice looking! Sound quality isn’t bad. A little too much bass, wish it had tone control.