Klipsch Quintet Satellite Speaker System
Forgo tinny TV speakers with a five-speaker setup that creates an immersive soundscape whether you’re watching a movie or powering through a party playlist.
Lifelike Sound from Multiple Angles
Five-channel surround sound makes the cheers of a packed stadium, the rumble of a far-off tank, or the beeps of an animated robot’s circuits feel like they’re happening in your living room. This multi-speaker setup creates such 3D-like sound by balancing distribution between one center, two front, and two rear speakers. For an even greater sense of immersion, add a subwoofer (not included) to color the sound with deep yet not-overwhelming bass that heightens everything from the soundtrack to environmental noises.
Crystal-Clear Highs and Lows
Klipsch’s Linear Travel Suspension tweeters reduce distortion at high frequencies, while long-throw woofers pump out clear bass for deep, rumbly lows. This ensures that dialogue is easy to understand and a soundtrack’s swooping crescendos are used to full effect.
Despite their big sound, the Quintet speakers are designed to fit right into a home entertainment setup without distracting from the screen. They have a low profile, and can be placed on a stand or mounted right on the wall to fit your living-room aesthetic.
- Model number: 1014526
- Set of 5 satellite speakers with 4 mini speakers and 1 low-profile center speaker
- Contributes to an immersive surround-sound setup
- Tractrix horn technology for crisp, clear sound
- Bass reflex enclosure via rear-firing port
- 110Hz–23kHz frequency response
- 8 ohms nominal impedance
- Wall mountable
- Dimensions and weight:
- Satellite: 7.5” (H) x 4.3” (W) x 5.3” (D); 3.75lb.
- Center: 4.9” (H) x 11.5” (W) x 4.9” (D); 6.25lb.
- Condition: new
- Full specifications
- 1-year warranty from Klipsch
Paul W. Klipsch had a simple desire: he wanted hear a live orchestra in his living room. He didn’t literally want a whole, live orchestra in his living room, because classical musicians are notorious for eating your food without asking. But he wanted to re-create the experience of being at the symphony every time he played his music. He ventured into a tin shed in Hope, Arkansas in 1945 and soon emerged to patent the Klipschorn. The speaker’s horn-loaded technology subsequently ignited the high-fidelity sound movement, earning Klipsch a spot in the Engineering and Science Hall of Fame.
Now based out of Indianapolis, the Klipsch family applies its horn-loaded technology to products such as home-theater systems, sound bars, and headphones. Full-scale concert halls and theaters also use the company’s audio equipment, which you can hear firsthand at the 24,000-seat Klipsch Music Center outdoor amphitheater in Noblesville, Indiana. As for the Klipschorn, it’s still manufactured today and has remained nearly unchanged for more than 65 years.
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