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Klipsch Gallery G-17 Air Soundbar

April 3, 2012 by  
Filed under Reviews


Klipsch enters the premium AirPlay speaker market, and finds the competition tough.

Price as reviewed £429.00

Overall 5/10

Key Features

  • AirPlay
  • 60W 2.0 speaker system
  • Bass reflex acoustics
  • USB digital & 3.5mm auxiliary inputs
  • Bundled remote control

You want a premium speaker for your iPhone, you want it from a premium brand and you want AirPlay? Step forward Klipsch with nearly 70 years of acclaimed audio history and its £429 Gallery G-17 Air speakers with integrated AirPlay. If only it were that simple…

The Gallery G-17 is Klipsch’s first dalliance into the expensive world of Apple AirPlay systems and it is immediately out to make an impression. How it achieves this is by daring to be different. The G-17 breaks from the usual rounded rugby ball/shell-like designs that swamp the market, with a retro 80s-esque rectangular design atop a detachable stand.

Build materials are an interesting contrast. The speaker itself walks the well worn path of piano black plastics and dares to expose its speakers, a raw look we think more manufacturers should choose. Klipsch does supply a simple material grill, which cleverly attaches with magnets, but one look at Klipsch’s marketing materials will tell you leaving them exposed is its preferred look. In contrast the G-17’s stand is metal, surprisingly heavy and dares to step back into a time when you connected things using screws.

Together speaker and stand weigh just 3.5Kg, and the stand accounts for 800g of that. The Klipsch Gallery G-17 doesn’t have an internal battery so isn’t portable in the strictest sense, but it is light enough to carry from room to room and measures just 43.2cm long, 14.4cm tall and 10.1cm deep (17.78cm tall with the stand) so it is relatively small even if the actual footprint isn’t quite so petite.

In terms of connectivity the G-17 ticks the right boxes. Continue reading the rest of the review on TrustedReviews

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