Klipsch RSB-6 Sound Bar with Wireless Subwoofer
Though it has a slim profile that easily sips under your TV, this sound bar from Klipsch nonetheless produces plenty of powerful audio in virtual surround sound. Accompanying it is a booming wireless subwoofer.
Two-way Bi-amplified Sound Bar
Equipped with two 3/4” horn-loaded textile dome tweeters with 90° x 90° the Tractrix hornsdeliver crisp highs. Two 2 3/4” woofers round out the enhanced soundwith clear vocals and dynamic soundtracks. Includes DSP-controlledcrossover via separate amplifier channels for tweeter and woofer.
Wireless Subwoofer: Deep Bass, Flexible Location
The subwoofer heightens the drama of movies and TV shows by sending the thud of footsteps or the roll of thunder rumbling around the room. Its wireless connectivity and single power cord mean it won’t contribute to unsightly cable nests.
Dolby Digital helps you feel the passion in an actor’s voice, the beat of a song, and the gravity of a video game’s final battle. It enhances everything from movies to MP3s by elevating what you’re most likely to hear, such as heated dialogue or an ominous door closing, while suppressing static and other background noise. The result is clear digital sound in everything from home theater systems to wireless headphones.
- 40” sound bar replaces tinny TV speakers with rich, full sound
- 6.5” wireless subwoofer creates deep, potent bass
- Includes remote control for easy adjustment from the couch
- Digital optical and AC power cords included
- Wall mount template
- Condition: new
- Product dimensions: 40”x3.75”x3.75”
- 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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