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Klipsch quinteto negro

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  • Dimensiones del producto: 16 x 12,7 x 21,1 cm ; 1,6 Kg
  • Número de modelo del producto: QUINTET
  • ASIN: B002HWRKA2
  • Fecha de disponibilidad en Amazon: 18 de abril de 2013
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great setup for a small to mid-sized Home Theater. 19 de febrero de 2011
Por jordan - Publicado en
I used the Quintet IV setup for about a year in my small-ish room and was mostly pleasantly surprised by the results and quality of this little system. Klipsch makes great speakers and this 5-channel package is no exception.


As soon as you take the Quintets out of the box, you instantly know you're holding a quality product. The speakers are solidly built and moderately weighty; certainly heavier than you'd expect from a satellite speaker system. The binding post connectors are a nice touch and are much appreciated as for the price they charge, Klipsch could've just as easily equipped them with cheap spring connectors. Another nice touch is that the bases are dual purpose and can be used instead as wall mounts. You can tell thought has gone into the design of these speakers. All of my wire runs were relatively short and I fed these with 16-gauge speaker wire, which is more than enough at shorter distances.

Klipsch speakers are known for being extremely efficient and these are no exception. I'd expect any modern surround receiver, regardless of price, to be able to drive them very well. I used a Pioneer VSX-21TXH, but I'd expect them perform with equal aplomb when paired with an entry-level receiver. Despite their small size, they produce the signature Klipsch horn-loaded sound: crystal-clear highs, along with excellent mids for a speaker of this size. They end up sounding much "bigger" than they really are. Klipsch recommends pairing these with a subwoofer, due to the inherent limitations of satellite speakers. I chose to use a MartinLogan Dynamo 700 (10") subwoofer which blended very well with the speakers with the subwoofer volume slightly below half (again, small room) and crossed over at 80Hz (Ideally you would set the crossover higher as the speakers bottom out at 120Hz, but individual mileage may vary). When paired with a subwoofer, this setup ebbs an flows with ease when presented with dynamic movie soundtracks and really shines with lossless Blu-ray tracks. They're excellent, unobtrusive home theater speakers that you'd be hard-pressed to beat in this price range.


I only found two reasons to dislike the Quintet system.

1) The Center channel: Even though this center employs the same horn-loaded tweeter as the satellites, along with two of the 3.5" midrange woofers, I often found dialogue to be somewhat weak and/or dull, which I found quite surprising. It lacks the clarity found in the other speakers and can be improved. This can be slightly remedied by boosting the center a db or two in your receiver.

2) Music performance: These are made for home theater, and unfortunately I didn't like their performance with stereo music, even when paired with the subwoofer. Stereo imaging is quite poor and I found the trademark horn-loaded bright highs to be fatiguing when listening to music. I often had to set my receiver to "Extended [5-channel] Stereo" when listening to music to get satisfactory results, which I don't think I should have to do. Admittedly, using these as music speakers is not the best idea if you plan to do any type of critical listening as they were not made for that, which is why the 4-star rating remains. However, their performance with music was my reason for discontinuing their use as my main speakers.

Conclusion: The Quintet IV system is a great system for a beginning home theater setup in small or mid-sized room and excels at playback of movie soundtracks. Get a decent subwoofer for these and they'll change your movie watching experience completely. If you plan on listening to a lot of music, however, look elsewhere; think about moving up to some small bookshelf speakers with larger enclosures for a more complete sound and better imaging.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas This has a very good sound when combined with the Yamaha RX-677 receiver 13 de junio de 2016
Por Brian K. Shoemake - Publicado en
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This has a very good sound when combined with the Yamaha RX-v677 receiver. I added my Klipsch 10" sub woofer as well. Surprisingly good sound from such small speakers. I was especially happy with the price. Very nice!
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas sounds great. Love the price! 6 de octubre de 2016
Por Joey Bagadonuts - Publicado en
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bought these to compliment my Onkyo receiver. I'm not an audiophile. the sound is great. Love watching movies with these speakers on. Seems to be balanced well with my reciever
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas One of the best in it's price range. 7 de junio de 2010
Por Corey Fisher - Publicado en
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I recently bought this system and an extra pair of the quintet series satellite speakers to set up a 7.1 Surround packaged, I paired it with the recommended sub-woofer (the 350) and it's shocking how good it sounds. I'm using these to play True HD and DTS HD and they are stunning. We don't have a very large room so I needed something that would be a breeze to install and have look stylish on the walls. I wall-mounted these speakers and ran some cable through the walls and connected them to a pioneer 7.1 receiver. I have tested about 100 configurations to find the ideal set up for our small living room and these do not disappoint, at all. As a matter of fact, I'm pretty willing to say these are the best speakers you can get in a sub $1000 package for certain. I would only recommend these for small to medium sized living rooms and they definitely sound better then polks and bose, I don't know what hallucinogens the last guy was on... these are far superior then any polks I've heard. Do not buy if you have an open or spacious room, but still, they might be alright for that too. they are pretty loud, clear and have a lot of bass, we don't like to turn these up too loud or they hurt. Highly recommended, don't think twice if your setting up for a small room with HD and limited room. (edit) To add, I use a Pioneer Elite Receiver SC-37 (has been replaced with SC-57) and is a 20ft x 25ft room. Hope that helps, it is now several months later and I have yet to find a set-up that works as flawlessy as mine does, in fact, I compare dto a $130,000 custom home theater and my set up is better calibrated and therefore sounds better for the space it's in. The customer theater was much larger and not as well calibrated, so I could hear the surround sound as well as ours and I did this for a miniscule fraction of the cost, abotu $4000 compared to $130,000!!
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Best for the money 8 de octubre de 2013
Por kyldh - Publicado en
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OK ok... let's start by saying this... look at the price, now compare these speakers to other speakers in the same price/size range... they'll blow them out of the water. Klipsch is phenomenal. I've read some semi-negative reviews that say these speakers don't sound good compared to larger speakers... well... NO... no they don't... and if you want that sound, you should buy larger speakers. You wouldn't buy a pony and say "Hey! This thing doesn't run as fast as a race horse!" would you?!

I used to sell home theater equipment for a living... we carried Bose, Polk, and many other speaker brands... Klipsch was always the most impressive. If we wanted to really "wow" a customer and get them excited about setting up their home theater, we showed them Klipsch; not Bose. Bose is a great product, but highly over-rated when compared side-by-side to the other top-notch speaker companies out there. Bose isn't terrible by any means, they make great products (I have Bose in my car and love it), but I just don't prefer them when I compare them with Klipsch.

That being said, these are my favorite speakers. I've heard the Klipsch systems with the larger almost-bookshelf speakers and they were absolutely better, but that was also reflected in the price tag. ALSO, I didn't want anything too large and intense-looking for my living room because I didn't want to push my luck too much with my significant other, so these are perfect. They're fairly small and have a HUGE sound. They fit my needs perfectly. I'm about to move and for the time-being I plan to just use 2 of the speakers with a subwoofer for a nice little 2.1 system until I'm ready to run wires and go back to 5.1. It's nice to have that flexibility.

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