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This item: Energy 5.1 Take Classic Home Theater System (Set of Six, Black)
Klipsch HDT-600 Home Theater System B008CMVY7Q
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|Speaker Connectivity||Information not provided||Information not provided||Wired||Wired|
|Output Wattage||60 Watts||130 Watts||100 Watts||100 Watts|
|Frequency Response Curve||33-20,000 Hz||70Hz - 50kHz, Front /Center; 80Hz - 20kHz, Surround; 25Hz - 150Hz, subwoofer||33 Hz - 20 kHz||28 Hz - 50 kHz|
|Impedance||8 Ohm||6||8||6 Ohm|
|Color||Black High Gloss||Black||High Gloss Black||Black|
|Dimensions||22.5 inches x 19.9 inches x 19.9 inches||23.44 inches x 20.25 inches x 23.69 inches||13.9 inches x 12.5 inches x 12.5 inches||16.25 inches x 21 inches x 17.5 inches|
Energy has been a leader in audio research and development as well as in the engineering and manufacturing of speakers since 1973. With this pedigree Take Classic components were developed with Energy's core principles in mind. These include:
Flat On-Axis Frequency Response with Wide Bandwidth - Speakers should reproduce the entire audio range in a uniform manner. By ensuring that no one frequency dominates any other, Energy ensures that every note is the way it was intended to be-and the sound as natural as possible.
Wide and Constant Dispersion - Sound at all frequencies radiating from the speaker should be in an even pattern, in all directions throughout the room.
Low Distortion and Resonance - Speaker system is distortion- or resonance-free, but Energy has achieved a significantly lower distortion level, a clearly audible improvement.
The Take Classic 5.1 home theater system also offers terrific performance and great features:
Exclusive Energy® Brand Technologies
Convergent Source Module
The Convergent Source Module, or CSM, provides wide dispersion, low distortion and amazing midrange performance. The speaker's midrange and tweeter are positioned in close proximity to one another and act as a single source, thereby increasing overall dispersion and reducing any lobing effect. The chambering of the mid and tweeter lowers the driver's resonance, reducing distortion.
Ribbed Elliptical Surround Technology
Energy's patented Ribbed Elliptical Surround technology (U.S. patent #6,725,967, Canadian patent #2,407,123) increases excursion, eliminates distortion and raises efficiency on woofers and subwoofers. The Elliptical Surround encompasses the cone, allowing it to move identically in both directions, resulting in near zero distortion. And while conventional designs are often plagued with surround dimpling, which causes them to radiate in and out of phase and distort at all listening levels, Energy's designs aren't influenced by dimpling at all, instead proprietary Ribbed Elliptical Surround technology allows for a larger cone surface, resulting in greater efficiency. This design also lets the cone achieve greater peak to peak movement, thus allowing it to travel more than double the distance of the competition. These attributes enable Energy woofers and subwoofers to move incredible amounts of air, ultimately allowing them to play lower frequencies with greater bass extension and fidelity.
What's in the Box
A 6-piece, high gloss black set of Energy Take Classic 5.1 speakers: 4-Take satellite speakers, 1-perfectly matched Take center channel speaker, 1-perfectly matched Take powered subwoofer; 1-owners manual.
For left or right front channels, the distance between the speakers should be 6-8 feet at minimum for the best stereo imaging. The optimum room shape is rectangular, with the speakers along one of the shorter walls, facing the opposite side. If possible, do not place speakers against a wall or at rear of a bookshelf; corner placement is usually the worst option. Try to keep the speakers-especially rear vented models-at least two feet from the surface behind it, unless you use a vent plug. For best results mounting on a rear wall, position the speakers so they flank the main listening area and point toward the front of the room. They should be raised to a height of approximately six feet and should ideally have a space of six feet between them. The three most common subwoofer locations include corners (which can result in boomy or exaggerated low frequency response), placement along a wall, away from the corner (producing moderate bass performance with increased fidelity over corner placement), or beside a front speaker (creating a better blend with the front speaker, but sacrificing overall volume). Experimentation with subwoofer placement is highly encouraged; slight adjustments can create big differences in sound reproduction. To test subwoofer placement, install it temporarily in your main listening position and walk around the listening room while playing a familiar piece of music until you find the best sounding position.
Great 5.1 system! Quality is great, No distortion even when I pump the voulme up for my TV concerts. Read morePublished 5 hours ago by Banito81
All I can say is "WOW." I moved where I have a smaller living room and had to replace the large speaker system that served me well for several years. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Ubba
We have been using this for over a year now and it works well. Good configuration and it detects your space and accordingly plays sound.. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Shweta P.
The sound from this size of speaker system is outstanding. The subwoofer is stout but not overbearing. Overall quality for the price can't be beat IMHO!!Published 11 days ago by Karl Lickteig
I had never really heard of Energy speakers before, I went off reviews on this buy and I'm not disappointed at all. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Matthew Nelson
great sound and subwoofer is unbelievable the money paid for the surround sound system is what you would payalone for a sub woofer of this quality.i really love these speakersPublished 23 days ago by richard szaflarski