Klipsch Adds Newly Engineered 5.1 System to HD Theater Series

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Klipsch Adds Newly Engineered 5.1 System to HD Theater Series


Klipsch-HD-Theater-600-speaker-system-small.jpgKlipsch recently announced the launch of the HD Theater 600, the brand's most recent addition to the HD Theater series originally introduced in 2009. As the brand's latest all-in-one home theater package, the HD Theater 600 presents a complete yet compact surround system.

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Complete with four satellite speakers, a matching center channel speaker and a powered subwoofer, the HD Theater 600 serves as a 5.1 system best suited for medium sized rooms.

Each HD Theater 600 satellite speaker utilizes an exclusive Klipsch MicroTractrix horn for its .75-inch tweeter. The improved, 2.5-inch long-throw IMG woofers expand midbass bandwidth, blending perfectly with the subwoofer for a system that sounds much larger than it visually appears. The 8-inch, down-firing, fiber composite woofer fills a room with bass that is not only heard but felt. The solid MDF cabinet is designed for low resonance while its bass-reflex design helps to reproduce deep bass. With volume, crossover and phase controls, the subwoofer can be adjusted for the level of bass that best fits a room or personal preference.

Each HD Theater 600 satellite speaker can be positioned horizontally or vertically with the help of adjustable wall brackets that provide a 40-degree range of motion. In addition, ¼-inch 20-threaded inserts allow for optional floor-stand mounting and the center channel includes a cradle base with a 45-degree range of motion.

Available in a high gloss black finish, the HD Theater 600 retails for $599.99 (U.S. MSRP) and is currently available for purchase at authorized retailers and www.klipsch.com.

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