New Klipsh 5.1 Speaker set to hit store shelves

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Acid_Burn Posted: Mon, Sep 17 2001 11:54 PM

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For a BIG upclose pic:[url]http://www.klipsch.com/images/productmedia/large/398_large.jpg[/url]



FREQUENCY RESPONSE: 25Hz-20kHz (range)
SENSITIVITY: Closed loop system
MAXIMUM BURST POWER OUTPUT: 500W Note: Simultaneously all amplifier channels driven
MAXIMUM ACOUSTIC OUTPUT: 113dB maximum at listening position
COVERAGE ANGLE: Near field design
DISPERSION ANGLE0 x 40 MicroTractrix Horn
OVERLOAD PROTECTION: Limiter circuit
ENCLOSURE TYPE: Satellites and centersealed; Subwoofer6th order bass reflex
AMPLIFIER: BASH, dual supply
LOW PASS CROSSOVER: To satellites @ 120Hz
INPUTS: Six analog discrete channels (three stereo miniplugs)

OUTPUTS: Five speaker level outputs (spring clips)
TRANSDUCERS: 0.75 " metalized polymer tweeter and 3" fiber-composite midbass in satellites and center channel; dual 8" fiber-composite subwoofers
TWEETER: 0.75"
HIGH FREQUENCY HORN[b/]: MicroTractrix Horn
HIGH FREQUENCY CROSSOVER: 3000Hz
WOOFER: 3"
LOW FREQUENCY CROSSOVER Urethane surround midbass driver
INPUT CONNECTIONS: DIN cable to control tower
SUBWOOFER: Dual 8" side-firing drivers
WIRE GAUGE ACCOMODATED: 18 gauge supplied; will accept 14 gauge
WEIGHT: 43.5 lbs. (19.75kg)
ENCLOSURE MATERIAL: MDF
FINISHES: Gunmetal grey on satellites, matte black on subwoofer
ACCESSORIES: Rubber Feet attached to satellites and center
VOLTAGE: 120 Volt
EXPORT VOLTAGE: (230 volt for international under development)
MOUNTING: Wall Brackets (WB-1) available at Klipsch web store
FEATURES: Center channel has rear post angle adjustment for optimum positioning on top of various computer monitors
YEARS BUILT: 2001 -


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kodger replied on Tue, Sep 18 2001 2:09 PM
Hehe sweet...


Hook that up to some audigy power and look out...the sound of music...or the sound of a painful death after some guy "accidentally" stepped in front of your rail gun.
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Acid_Burn replied on Thu, Sep 20 2001 2:50 PM
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Originally posted by proxy_punk
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TamsR replied on Mon, Sep 24 2001 9:22 PM
Thats better than my home entertainment center. Quick, someone give me tissuse, Im crying & drooling.

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