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Klipsch The One II Bluetooth Speaker w/ Phono (Walnut)

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Walmart.com has Klipsch The One II Bluetooth Speaker w/ Phono (Walnut) on sale for $148. Shipping is free. Thanks FlyByDay



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Enjoy concert-level audio with this Klipsch The One II tabletop stereo. The professionally tuned bi-amp system provides clear sound, and Bluetooth 4.0 technology lets you stream music across long distances. This small Klipsch The One II tabletop stereo has a mid-century modern design for a classic look, while the 3.5mm input provides connectivity for older devices. -slickdewmaster


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Walmart has a unique Phono Input version of the highly rated Klipsch "The One II" Bluetooth tabletop speaker in Walnut on clearance for $249.00 $148.00! In addition to Bluetooth, this version will allow you to connect your Turntable directly to the unit, even if it doesn't have a built in preamp. Klipsch oddly offered this version of the popular speaker exclusively at Wal-Mart. In Stock at my local store (I have two ready for pickup as we speak) and available for Free Shipping.

The common version of this speaker works with Bluetooth 4.0 or 3.5 mm Aux input. Best Buy has this non-Phono version in the Walnut color at $148.00 today as well. If you don't need the RCA line/phone input, this version is otherwise identical to the other.

This device does not support Alexa, Google Home, or Airplay. However, there are several workarounds to make it function with these services. Airplay, for example, can be enabled by using an old Apple Airport Express (with audio out) or a 2nd gen Apple TV with a $12 optical or HDMI to Aux converter.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Klipsc.../603249706

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/klip...Id=6360839 NLA

Product reference page: https://www.klipsch.com/products/the-one-ii
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Great deal, thumbs up.

Looking at the back, it seems to me that it replaces the aux input with the RCA (phone/line) inputs, not that it has the RCA inputs in addition to the aux input. So it's not going to allow more connections compared to the standard One II, just it has the flexibility of the integrated phono stage.

I think I might pick up a standard One II. I don't need the phono stage, and the standard unit is tidier around back.
I wish Klipsch had a Sonos equivalent competitive product that played music seamlessly across rooms...
Yeah I think the Klipsch Three would be a better fit there, and also it has a remote. I had posted a deal for the Klipsch Three II (black) for ~$260@Amazon, but that deal is currently dead.

Have you though of getting a Klipsch Three (original, now discontinued) off Ebay? They are selling there new/open-box for $350, which is more but you get the Wi-Fi streaming capability (i.e. you can send audio to it straight from Spotify and also directly control the speaker volume within Spotify), and using Klipsch app, you can Wi-Fi stream other services like Tidal, Amazon music, etc. Also the Klipsch Three original finishes look even more vintage, in particular the Ebony finish is quite nice (I have one of these).

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Nice find, in for one!
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For what it's worth, Klipsch makes great quality speakers. I have not used wireless ones but the wired ones are great for music.
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Great deal, thumbs up.

Looking at the back, it seems to me that it replaces the aux input with the RCA (phone/line) inputs, not that it has the RCA inputs in addition to the aux input. So it's not going to allow more connections compared to the standard One II, just it has the flexibility of the integrated phono stage.

I think I might pick up a standard One II. I don't need the phono stage, and the standard unit is tidier around back.
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I wish the Klipsch Three was on sale too. I have a Mid-Century modern living room and from all the reviews, the One is good for a small room but would not do well in a larger room.
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I wish Klipsch had a Sonos equivalent competitive product that played music seamlessly across rooms...
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I wish the Klipsch Three was on sale too. I have a Mid-Century modern living room and from all the reviews, the One is good for a small room but would not do well in a larger room.
Yeah I think the Klipsch Three would be a better fit there, and also it has a remote. I had posted a deal for the Klipsch Three II (black) for ~$260@Amazon, but that deal is currently dead.

Have you though of getting a Klipsch Three (original, now discontinued) off Ebay? They are selling there new/open-box for $350, which is more but you get the Wi-Fi streaming capability (i.e. you can send audio to it straight from Spotify and also directly control the speaker volume within Spotify), and using Klipsch app, you can Wi-Fi stream other services like Tidal, Amazon music, etc. Also the Klipsch Three original finishes look even more vintage, in particular the Ebony finish is quite nice (I have one of these).
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Yeah I think the Klipsch Three would be a better fit there, and also it has a remote. I had posted a deal for the Klipsch Three II (black) for ~$260@Amazon, but that deal is currently dead.

Have you though of getting a Klipsch Three (original, now discontinued) off Ebay? They are selling there new/open-box for $350, which is more but you get the Wi-Fi streaming capability (i.e. you can send audio to it straight from Spotify and also directly control the speaker volume within Spotify), and using Klipsch app, you can Wi-Fi stream other services like Tidal, Amazon music, etc. Also the Klipsch Three original finishes look even more vintage, in particular the Ebony finish is quite nice (I have one of these).
I'll look into that. For streaming, I'd just use my Echo Dot.
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I wish Klipsch had a Sonos equivalent competitive product that played music seamlessly across rooms...
They did try to go that route by integrating DTS Play-Fi in the now discontinued Klipsch Three original, but that was removed in the Three II, and it seems that they have now abandoned that platform.

Now the best alternative to Sonos is if you have a bunch of Chromecast Audio dongles...unfortunately Google discontinued those (I guess it was just plain useful and didn't offer enough spying benefit on the user for them?) and now they run on Ebay for about $65-70 each (new).
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I'll look into that. For streaming, I'd just use my Echo Dot.
OK if you go the Ebay route, I can vouch for seller ronco21 (The Sound Seller B&M store in Marinette, Wisconsin).
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Thanks OP, in for one. And unlike an earlier comment I think having RCA inputs is preferred.
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I love the look of it... Not a fan of having only one input. I currently have a Marshall Stanmore but I am liking the built in pre amp on this one. But, in addition to the record player, I also like to have an echo dot connected without having to unplug anything.

edit: it's looking like the Three is a good option here as well. It also contains an Aux input.
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Nice find! Headed to pick up.
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I love the look of it... Not a fan of having only one input. I currently have a Marshall Stanmore but I am liking the built in pre amp on this one. But, in addition to the record player, I also like to have an echo dot connected without having to unplug anything.

edit: it's looking like the Three is a good option here as well. It also contains an Aux input.
Reviews seem to indicate the phono stage is pretty meh on this generation of Klipsch wireless speakers. They improved it on the Fives though.
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