Klipsch T5 Series Headphones Include Wireless, Noise Isolation, and Sport Options

The Klipsch T5 Series of earphones incorporate the company’s oval ear tips that are designed for a comfortable fit, while providing other options such as the convenience of wireless connectivity.


The new Klipsch T5 Series of earphones complement the daily activities of users through the headphones' ergonomics and wireless capabilities. 

Klipsch says its T5 Series are small in size and weight, and they incorporate proprietary features such as the company's True Comfort technologies to help people listen to their favorite music and podcasts on the go.

“Klipsch has been a leader in the speaker industry for more than 70 years, making products that deliver the experiences that allow you to be your true self,” comments Paul Jacobs, president and CEO, Klipsch Group, Inc.

“We are thrilled to offer the new T5 Series of high-performance, kick-ass earphones suited for every individual, for every use case and lifestyle at any budget.”

The Klipsch True Comfort design employs a combination of oval tips, small nozzles, patented housing designs and approach angles that help the headphones sit comfortably in users' ears.

Klipsch says the True Comfort design's use of silicone tips are designed to reduce ear fatigue while isolating noise to deliver improved low-frequency performance.

Klipsch T5 Series Earphones Feature 4 Models 

Consisting of four models, the lifestyle-friendly T5 Series offers consumers a choice of four models that range in cost from $59 to $199. 

Here is a look at each of the four models:

Klipsch T5 True Wireless Earphones

The $199 T5 True Wireless Earphones provide users up to eight hours of battery life from a single charge and another 24 hours from its brushed metal carrying case.

Other features built into the True Wireless Earphones include Klipsch's Clear Voice Chat (cVc) microphone that is designed to support clear phone conversations with ambient noise reduction.

The T5 True Wireless headphone uses USB-C connections to charge, and the Bluetooth 5 chipset that is said to increase wireless range and reliability. 

Klipsch T5 Neckband Earphones

The T5 Neckband model provides up to 15 hours of battery life and features such as dual cVc microphones and the Bluetooth 5 chipset. 

It also features a hand-stitched leather band and aluminum controls that are designed to complement the headphones' appearance.

Klipsch notes the T5 employs a three-button remote to help users control their phone calls and music. The $119 T5 Neckband Earphone is offered in a choice of black or brown leather. 

Klipsch T5 Sport Earphones

Designed for active users, the T5 Sport headphones incorporate the company's oval ear tips, as well as miniature drivers, flexible ear wings and integrated cable management to help cabling to stay in place during usage. 

The T5 headphones provide up to 10 hours of battery life, and the headphones are IPX4 to resist sweat, moisture and rain. 

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Klipsch adds the $99 Sport model also incorporate the Bluetooth 5 chipset and a three-button remote to provide user convenience. 

Klipsch T5M Wired Earphones

The $59 T5M Wired Earphones are engineered to provide users with a value-minded headphone product. Klipsch points out the T5M works with any type of device, and it is capable of controlling music and calls with a miniature aluminum single-button remote.

In addition, the T5M comes with braided-fabric cabling, and Klipsch offers the product in a choice of black or white.  

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Robert Archer
Robert Archer:

Bob is an audio enthusiast who has written about consumer electronics for various publications within Massachusetts before joining the staff of CE Pro in 2000. Bob is THX Level I certified, and he's also taken classes from the Imaging Science Foundation (ISF) and Home Acoustics Alliance (HAA). Bob has also served as the technology editor for CE Pro's sister publication Commercial Integrator. In his personal time beyond his family, he's studied guitar and music theory at Sarrin Music Studios in Wakefield, Mass., and he also studies Kyokushin karate at 5 Dragons and Brazilian jiu-jitsu at Binda Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.