If you think of it, this is not the best time to invest in a home theater setup. However, that does not mean that people are going to shy away from checking out the available setups in the market. And if you look hard enough, you may just be able to spot these recession-proof home theater solutions being offered by Klipsch.
Klipsch wants to change that way of thinking with three new recession-priced home theater packages. Klipsch has unveiled three 5.1 systems which include left, center and right front channels, two surrounds, and one powered subwoofer.
The HD Theater 1000 ($899.99) has five identical speakers, each with dual 2.5-inch fiber composite woofers and a MicroTractrix Horn-loaded 0.75-inch aluminum dome tweeter. Standing 8.6 inches tall, each one can be set on a stand (not included) or wall-mounted. The subwoofer employs a 10-inch fiber composite driver and digital hybrid subwoofer amplifier. The HD Theater 500 ($599.99). Each of the front and rear speakers has a 2.5-inch IMG woofer and a MicroTractrix Horn-loaded 0.75-inch aluminum dome tweeter inside. The center channel, however, has dual woofers. This set includes a Class D subwoofer amplifier and down-firing 8-inch driver. The HD Theater 300 ($399.99). That setup’s main and surround speakers include a 2.5-inch IMG woofer and a 0.75-inch MicroTractrix Horn-loaded textile tweeter in each. The center channel is almost the same, except it’s magnetically shielded. This also has a Class D sub amplifier and a down-firing 6.5-inch driver.
There is a recession without a doubt. But that doesn’t mean you cannot get affordable home theater solutions in the market like the ones offered by Klipsch.
(Source) Electronic House