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Klipsch HD1000 5.1 Channel Home Theater Speaker System

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  • Designed by the leaders in professional cinema sound
  • Superior HD audio for HDTV with Home-Theater components is simple to set up and use
  • Five identical speakers create seamless blend of sound and style
  • MicroTractrix Horns offer vertical or horizontal speaker placement
  • Subwoofer with customizable settings generates deep bass you can hear and feel
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Brand NameKlipsch
Item Weight50 pounds
Product Dimensions27 x 22.2 x 17.5 inches
Item model numberHD Theater 1000
Color NameBlack
Special FeaturesFrequency response: 35Hz - 20kHz, Maximum acoustic output: 114 dB SPL @ 1m, Tweeter: 0.75" aluminum dome, Mid-frequency drivers 2.5" fiber composite cone, Woofer 10" fiber-composite cone, Amplifier Digital Hybrid; 200 watts, RMS (420 watts peak), Satellite Dimensions: 8.6" x 4" x 5.5", Center Channel Dimensions: 3.6" x 9" x 3.85", Subwoofer Dimensions: 15.75" x 11.5" x 17.75"
  
Additional Information
ASINB001R70ZMI
Best Sellers Rank #49,666 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight51 pounds
Date First AvailableApril 18, 2005
  
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  • Frequency response: 35Hz - 20kHz
  • Maximum acoustic output: 114 dB SPL @ 1m
  • Tweeter: 0.75" aluminum dome
  • Mid-frequency drivers 2.5" fiber composite cone
  • Woofer 10" fiber-composite cone
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Product Description

The HD-1000 delivers premium, high definition sound via five identical satellites and a powerful 10" subwoofer. Each two-way satellite utilizes an aluminum tweeter loaded in a MicroTractrix horn and dual 2.5 mid-bass drivers in a ported enclosure to produce dynamic and realistic sound from very small cabinets. This small footprint allows flexibility in mounting options and locations while disappearing into the room's decor. Filling in the bottom end is a powerful 10" subwoofer. This ported subwoofer system is designed with music and movies in mind allowing every nuance and every hard hitting effect to immerse the listener in the soundtrack. The HDT-1000 is designed to turn any living space with a flat panel TV into a true high definition home-theater system. System produces more output using less energy, doesn't require a lot of amplifier power Durable, high-quality components yield long-lasting performance Clean, modern design looks great in any room Magnetically shielded speakers include -20 inserts for wall or stand mounting Dimensions (H x W x D) - Satellite - 8.6 x 4 x 5.5 Center Channel - 3.6 x 9 x 3.85 Each satellite has these speakers - Tweeters - 0.75 aluminum dome; Mid-range drivers - 2.5 fiber composite cone with a Frequency Bandwidth (Sat/Center) - 41Hz - 21kHz Recommended Amplifier Power - 100 watts per channel Powered subwoofer - Dimensions (H x W x D) - 15.75 x 11.5 x 17.75 with one Driver - 10 fiber-composite cone Built-in Amplifier - Digital Hybrid; 200 watts RMS (420 watts peak) with a frequency bandwidth - 35Hz - 120Hz Level Control - Rear panel mounted potentiometer; Crossover Control - Variable, 40Hz - 120Hz

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The sound quality is great for the size of the speakers.
Cincinnati Kid
The speakers sound phenomenal even with my substandard receiver; the bass is clear and crisp just like the satellites.
chrisjobe
I have it hooked up to a Denon 1610 receiver, and it sounds awesome.
Jared Kane

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62 of 65 people found the following review helpful By W. S. Lob on May 27, 2010
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My HD 1000 set is coupled with a Denon 890 AVR. I purchased the speakers and receiver to replace a Bose 2.1 Acoustimass III 2.1 setup and a Sony STR DE 845 with a failed protection circuit.

The speakers are in a 10x20 space, with seating on one long side and tv on the other (i.e., viewing space is shallow and wide) with a wall on one side and an open L-shaped room on the other, with the subwoofer against the one side wall.

The Audessey MultiEQ calibration on the Denon significantly changed and clarified the sound. The calibration resulted in asymmetrical levels but perfect balance at the listening position. The sound is very crisp with great imaging in both stereo and surround modes. The subwoofer, calibrated with its gain at midpoint, ended up at -9.5db. What seemed to be a low value when listening to test tones turns out to be exactly right: powerful, clean bass (as judged by The Roots and SNL via Dolby Digital), but no artificial boominess or rumbling from voices. It is amazing how many commercials use very low frequencies to get attention, something the little Bose subwoofer missed entirely. Stereo music programming via FL+FR+SW (2.1) mode is richer and warmer than I expected.

About the only disappointment--and this is not the fault of the HD1000s or the receiver--is that I am now aware of just how much variation there is in source material.

I would have love to have heard it side by side with the 300 and 500 models, but there was no such opportunity locally. For the size space I had to fill, I would have purchased the HD 500 but the HD 1000 became available for a slightly lower price. The 1000's slightly larger subwoofer is probably not going to fit cleanly on the bookshelf, but I think my wife and the cats are getting used to it.
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By J. Schenck on March 13, 2010
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I bought a different HTiB package from a local store based on Harman Kardon 154 and some JVC speakers. It was a good deal but I was not happy with the sound. It was loud and booming but not "full". I returned them and did a lot more homework. I ended up purchasing these Klipsch HDT1000 speakers with an Onkyo 607 receiver. After going through the speaker calibration setup and making sure the speakers were all hooked up properly I am truly amazed at how good this sounds even at lower sound levels. There is plenty of power to rattle the neighbors windows though but what I was looking for is quality sound. This gives me a sound system that is as good if not better than what I hear at the theaters.

Another nice aspect is the speakers are not too big. I am able to mount them from the ceiling using basic stalk mounts. They look good and feel solid on the mounts. The sub is big. I have not read too much about the amp built into the 10" sub but it look like it has a lot more capability than I'm taking advantage of now.

Hard to believe I got the high end Klipsch system for less than the typical cost of their midrange HDT500 speaker system. I'd buy it again! Amazon and Vanns were great dealers for this equipment.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Jared Kane on April 16, 2010
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I bought this about a month ago, it was $530 at the time, I see now it's only $520, but I have no regrets. I am still shocked that I got this as the other person said, for less money than the mid-range set. I never forget that this is a $1,000 speaker set, and it definitely sounds it. I have it hooked up to a Denon 1610 receiver, and it sounds awesome. I just finally this week got everything hooked up and mounted. The clarity of the sound is great, and the bass is very loud, and sounds great at lower levels as well.
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By MakitaGuy on March 24, 2011
Previously using the Bose® CineMate® Series II Digital Home Theater Speaker System for our living room, I have always appreciated the added impact that a quality home theater system provides, but got tired of not fully committing to a full blown set-up. Long story short, after researching for 2 months both online and using in-store models, I ended up purchasing a Pioneer VSX-1020-K 7.1 Home Theater Receiver and the Klispch HD Theater 1000. Not surprisingly, the sound was impressive. While the Bose's simulated surround sound was amazing in its own right, the pre-calibrated equalizer made music and movies sound linear and one dimensional. The Advanced MCACC in the Pioneer balanced out the Klipsch system and really created an enveloping sound.

Ok...so why 4 stars? In truth, it has little to do with the product itself and more to do with the fact that it is a home theater in a box set-up. Purchasing a Klipsch home theater product clearly means that you are willing to pay a premium for quality sound, but before making this purchase you need to determine what you ultimately want and if this will satisfy your budding audiophilic needs. It took three months for me to realize that I wanted more.

Home entertainment means a great deal to my family and we enjoy music just as much as watching a movie. While the HD Theater 1000 excels at TV/Games/Movies, it just didn't impress me when listening to my favorite music and only after setting it up did I realize this limitation.

I do not necessarily regret making this purchase since I am currently using pieces of the HDT 1000 as temporary components to my home theater system, but maybe that sentiment will change when all I have left is the sub and two satellites in use.
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