Klipsch Goes Big With Massive $35,000 Jubilee Speakers

Featuring luxury speakers that stand nearly six feet tall and weigh more than 400 pounds each.


The pursuit of a perfect home audio set-up is a quest that favors the bold — Indianapolis-based Klipsch is certainly going bold with the new Klipsch Jubilee Floorstanding Speakers, an impressive set-up boasting two speakers that stand 5 feet, 8 inches tall and weigh more than 400 pounds apiece.

The Klipsch Jubilee was the pursuit of company founder Paul Klipsch, who worked on the Jubilee system before his death in 2002. It’s part of the Klipsch Heritage Series, which honors the founder’s role in pioneering the company back in 1946.


The speakers are certainly fitting of Klipsch’s legacy: They were intended to follow up the legendary Klipschorn model, but the incredible audio technology housed in the Jubilee system has only just now caught up.

The specs are nothing short of remarkable, boasting either American Walnut or Black Ash construction housing some of the best home audio technology on the planet (arguably).


The secret behind the extraordinary sound system? Dual 12-inch woofers bolstered by a horn-loaded compression driver that just so happens to be all-new for Klipsch.


An active crossover network, custom-made by Klipsch, also delivers crystal-clear audio to maximize output and adjust the driver delay: It’s a way of perfectly syncing up sound that aligns perfectly with the Klipsch commitment to next-level home audio.

The external wide dispersion phase plug also delivers an optimal soundstage experience, ensuring no point in your room misses out on high-quality audio.


Klipsch boasts — rightfully so — that it’s a concert listening experience right from the comfort of your own home, and it’s all done up in a handsome, heirloom-worthy design.

There’s not a set of speakers out there like the Klipsch Jubilee, with the price tag to match: Try $35,000, and be sure to visit select Klipsch Heritage dealers to amp up your home listening experience, literally.