Klipsch Reference Theater 5.1 Speaker system
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Klipsch built in similar components to its full-sized speakers. The Bad It's While competitors are falling over themselves to produce Atmos-compatible surround sets, Klipsch is keeping it simple with a 5.1-only setup. The Pack The black...
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Bridging the gap between convenient sound bars and complex home theaters, the Klipsch Reference Theater Pack is a seven-piece 5.1 surround sound system that delivers a full cinematic experience. Each system is comprised of four satellite speakers for...
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The company's solution: Package up its famous Klipsch reference speakers sound quality in a 5.1 package, and make the subwoofer wireless so that it can be placed (and replaced) almost anywhere. It's called the Klipsch Reference Theater Pack and you can...
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Of course, as lifestyle systems they're sonically eclipsed by full-size systems such as the ELAC Debut Series 5.0 Home Theater Package, but that's always going to be the trade-off -- style versus sound quality. Given a choice between the Klipsch and...
Klipsch Releases Compact Reference Theater Pack 5.1 Speaker SystemOctober 30, 2017 - High-Def Digest
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