Klipsch Belle Klipsch Tower Speaker

Klipsch Belle Klipsch Tower Speaker

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A third generation product, the Quintet III Microsystem carries on its popular lineage by remaining our all-time best-selling home theater bundle. It proves that compact dimensions and sophisticated...More

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A third generation product, the Quintet III Microsystem carries on its popular lineage by remaining our all-time best-selling home theater bundle. It proves that compact dimensions and sophisticated style can coexist with dynamic sound.

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  • Great Satellite System

    By JohnM  Apr 24, 2003

    ### This system is awesome for its price point. It wont necessarily compete w/ HT speaker sets costing in the thousands, but it will give you an awesome bang for the buck. Ive got the 10 sub w/ mine and it does a good job. Ive heard the 12 and for the mi...nimal extra money I would recommend it over the 10.My listening is approximately 60/40 music/movies. Musically I love the sound of the horns. The most subtle details in the music are crystal clear. Also, Klipschs huge soundstage shows up very well in these small speakers.Movies sound incredible as well. I was concerned about the size of these speakers and how that would affect volume. They produce more than enough sound for me.This system is definitely worth considering if youre looking a satellite sized system. Read more Less

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  • Klipsch Quintet II

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    rdquo; Neodymium magnet dome compression driver with a patented Klipsch Tratrix horn. The center channel speaker, however, features dual woofers and one tweeter. In addition, all five speakers are magnetically shielded so that users can place them near a television without causing any picture distortion. The Klipsch Quintet II retails for $599.99 and comes with a 5 year limited warranty. Features SMC Cabinets Four Satellite Speakers One ... PROS: (1) excellent mid and high frequencies (2) clean, modern design (3) small footprint (4) includes nifty swiveling stands that can be mounted on a shelf, cabinet or wall (5) good performance with movies ... CONS: (1) rolled off bass because of smaller woofers (2) essentially, requires a sub-woofer for any bass (3) not ideal for listening to music (4) discontinued (5) too powerful for small rooms, not powerful enough for large rooms Read more

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