Klipsch Palladium P-39F Home Theater Speakers Cost A Car

So you could go buy a fairly cheap new car, like a Dodge Caliber or a Chevy Cobalt, or you could buy this pair of new floor-standing speakers from Klipsch. I am a broke college student and after only seeing these things in the photo, I think it would be a toss up.

These colossal works of audio art utilize a 3.5-way (what?) Tapered Array that has some new proprietary horn-loaded tweeter made from acoustic dampening materials, that last part seems like a step in the wrong direction, but I am sure they sound great, anyways, on with the specs. The mid's are of an inverted dome design and then there are the three whopping woofers.

The whole packages deliver what I assume is the sound of God, very precisely. There is a Tractrix horn with a three quarters of an inch diaphragm tweeter, all that combined puts out a frequency response of 3kHz to 30kHz. Everything's matched too, the speaker cases and the actual speakers, but all of that comes at a price, as I said earlier, you really have 2 choices you can buy a car, or drop the $15k for what I hope is at least a pair of these.

Klipsch Palladium P-39F Home Theater Speakers are on the floor [via NewLaunches]