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Klipsch ProMedia 2.1 THX Certified Computer Speaker System (Black)

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  • THX-certified, three-piece computer audio system
  • Exclusive Klipsch MicroTractrix Horn maximizes digital technologies such as CDs, MP3 downloads, and streaming radio programs
  • 200-watt digital hybrid amplifier driven ProMedia 2.1 incorporates a convenient headphone jack as well as a miniplug input
  • Compatible with gaming consoles and most portable audio devices
  • 31 Hz to 20 kHz frequency response range
  • 200-watt digital hybrid amplifier driven ProMedia 21 incorporates a convenient headphone jack as well as a miniplug input
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Technical Details

Size: 3-piece
  • Brand Name: Klipsch
  • Model: 090524082714
  • Color Name: Black
  • Speaker Amplification Type: Active subwoofer, passive satellites
  • Speakers Maximum Output Power: 160 Watts
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Product Details

Size: 3-piece
Product Manual [4.13mb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 0.4 x 0.8 x 0.6 inches ; 2.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 32.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000062VUO
  • Item model number: 090524082714
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,109 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 16, 2002

Product Description

Size: 3-piece


The ProMedia 2.1 THX-Certified, three-piece computer audio system from Klipsch transforms your desktop into a high-performance audio entertainment center. Two 35-watt satellite speakers deliver full-bodied stereo sound, while a floor-thumping 130-watt subwoofer provides low-end slam from your favorite music, games, and movies, reaching down to an impressive 31 Hz.

The satellites' exclusive Klipsch MicroTractrix horn maximizes clarity and high-frequency dispersion from CDs, MP3s, streaming radio programs, and other audio. The high-output, digital-hybrid-amplifier-driven ProMedia 2.1 offers a convenient headphone jack and dual stereo analog inputs, one for a more or less hard-wired connection from your computer's line or headphone output jack, the second to accommodate a portable audio device such as an MP3 or minidisc player/recorder.

Klipsch operates with a philosophy that demands accuracy in every aspect of sound reproduction, which--in the case of the ProMedia 2.1--has resulted in THX Certification. THX is an exclusive set of standards established by the world-renowned film production company, Lucasfilm Ltd., and products undergo rigorous quality and performance tests in order to receive this certification.

What's in the Box
Two satellite speakers, one subwoofer, two 9.5-foot lengths of speaker cable (22 gauge), a user's manual, and warranty information.

Product Description

Looking to upgrade your PC audio? Our award-winning, THX-certified ProMedia 2.1 computer speakers are the perfect match for any desktop. But more importantly, this compact, three-piece setup delivers high-quality sound that puts some home theater systems to shame.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The price was about $10 cheaper than the best price I found on Amazon so I bought it. I've been playing with it for the past couple hours and the sound is great! I can… Read more ›
It might be that I got a bad set, or that my sound setup isn't the best match for the speakers. I use an Asus Xonar Essence STX sound card, which has RCA output that I… Read more ›
Love them -- The sound is great and I think well worth the money I spent. Read more ›
Got them home and plugged it in. The sound was great. Nice and crisp, with deep, thumping bass. Read more ›
I got them my Freshman year of college when I was still in the dorms. The sounds is very nice and speakers are powerful. The subwoofer can be hard to place in a small bedroom. Read more ›
These are not our only Klipsch speakers, but the first…I hooked these speakers to my new Dell Windows 7 (yes just under the wire) Inspiron 3847 and the sound was amazing. Read more ›
This is far…If there was anything to complain about, it'd be that the subwoofer is easy to set too prominent and it is a detriment to the wonderful speakers in this unit. Read more ›
I am very happy with these. The bass is deep and the mid and tweeter range are clear. Very awesome for computer speakers. Read more ›
Guaranteed that they will cease working within a 2 year…The speaker connections into the Sub Woofer are as cheap as anything you will find out there and they will fail. T… Read more ›
After reading info found online about proper…One other issue: I bought these strictly for listening to music, not for gaming or tv, and for me the bass is too strong. I… Read more ›
However the only flaw I've noticed after two weeks of use it that when the volume is near its max it is staticly. the sub is amazing and shake my bed when lying down… Read more ›
Subwoofer Amplifier was poorly made, and after less than 2 years of gentle use it fizzled out, rendering the whole soundsystem useless. Customer service rep let me know… Read more ›
The sound is okay. Volume is good but when I turn the knob, I don't like its stiff feel and it makes noise on adjustment. Maybe I got a defective unit? Read more ›
The bass is…The highs are so high I wanted to cover my ears when voices came on, shrillly loud is the best way to sum it up, the sub can not overcome the shrill at all. Read more ›
My only complaint with these is that the speaker that does not carry the controls does not produce any sound when the Main Volume is *very* low. This is a minor fault in my… Read more ›
This system has started off in and remains to this day in my office. At low volumes it is rich, deep, clear, and not overpowering in any respect. The music soars no matter… Read more ›
One added feature is the top of the puck is a touch activated mute button. Useless really since the volume is so easy to adjust but nice all the same. The bass control for… Read more ›
The only noticeable wear and tear is on the sub…The only problem I've dealt with is the well known static/white noise issue the volume module starts to have over time. I… Read more ›
These are without a…The Bass is loud yet clear, the treble is unimaginable brilliant and everything just sounds amazing from lows to mids to highs at any volume level. P… Read more ›
These speakers are so good. The bass is very good, the mids and highs are clear, and they look simple and cool. The only thing I didn't like about them was that I… Read more ›
Make sure to put your sub on the floor. The mids and highs are wonderful too. Build quality seems great. Read more ›
The sound quality is excellent, but at the end of the day, sound is somewhat subjective when it…As other reviewers have noted, the highs are "bright" and the bass is solid. Read more ›
They blow away a set of…Anyone will tell you the highs are crisp, the mid range is solid, and the bass is powerful, but I've never heard a speaker system that compares. Read more ›
I have trouble hearing some MAIN instruments in songs, when I can clearly hear them on headphones. That being said, I thought the mids and highs were clear. Overall though,… Read more ›
My speakers arrived slightly used rather than new as…I spoke the shipper and they refunded part of the price, it was great and the communication was prompt and courteous. Read more ›
I have one connected to my computer for music, one connected to a TV for enhanced sound quality, one I…For the price these are very good sounding and versatile speakers. Read more ›
I have owned these speakers…The price is extremely cheap compared to the Bose 2.1 system (which my friend has) and the sound quality is superior to the Bose system by far. Read more ›
Again for the price these are well balanced and Klipsh seems to be one of the very few putting out consumer items that has an understanding of how audio is actually put… Read more ›
Released around the year 2000 to 2002, these speakers still produced give your ears something to think…With a powerful reputable brand name, the price is astounding low. Read more ›
The highs are crisp without being shrill, the mids are all there while avoiding…Moreover, for the price, the value is incredible, to the point where I almost feel guilty. Read more ›
However, that might just be me. The midrange is plentiful and full sounding. The subwoofer needs to be dialed up a bit to mix in nicely with the midrange. Read more ›
I also own a set of Bose Companion II series II speakers, and the ProMedia 2.1…The highs are crisp, the mids are clear, and the bass is impactful but not overpowering. T… Read more ›
So much so that I had to upgrade my car stereo a second time. The bass is crisp, the mids are full, and with the tweeters the highs come through nicely. At normal listening… Read more ›
The power is fabulous, I can turn the music on at my computer, open the…One of the best things about these speakers is that they never sound tinny, the midrange is strong. Read more ›
Their treble is crisp and clear, but not overly sharp (a common trait of Klipsch systems). Their midrange reproduction is rich and accurate. The bass is tight and powerful. Read more ›
they are constructed MUCH better than i thought, has metal when i thought plastic, the sound is phenomenal- the highs and mids are crisp, and the lows from the sub just… Read more ›
Installation was easy. I have a very large desk with 2 27" monitors and my PC sits on an end table beside it; I had zero issues with cable length. Read more ›
2-this setup is great for your mom and pop easy going low to moderate volume music listeners. Read more ›
I would not recommend listen to bass heavy music on these speakers. But for general rock, pop, instrumental, this set up is fantastic. Read more ›
Installation was very easy to do and I had no problems what so ever with anything. I followed the instruction for the hook up and had these up and running in 10 minutes. Read more ›
set up is easy, basically plug and play. Read more ›
Setup was easy, the clarity was on par with the Bostons, and had the fullness I was looking for despite an exceptionally odd preference to play the right speaker at almost… Read more ›
If you…Controls are really easy to reach for both subwoofer and volume, with a headphone jack and line in also highly convenient right on the side of the satellite speaker. Read more ›
-On one of the satellites, there are stereo jacks for both an extra audio input device, and an output jack…-Volume and tone controls are very simple, and very sensitive. Read more ›
Any time I want to turn it off or on, I have to bend down, turn the subwoofer, and locate the switch. 2) The LED light on the controller pod is fairly bright at night. It's… Read more ›
The satelites are great, and the dedicated center channel is a must have for…The control tower is excellent if you want a dedicated satelite to perform sound adjustments. Read more ›
I really like the detachable volume controls that…Now it is very easy to adjust my Bose and my sub woofer volumes from on top of my desk to get exactly the balance I like. Read more ›
Easy hook up. Handy sub-woofer and volume controls on the one speaker unit make it easy to adjust to your preferred levels. Solid bass with no vibration. Read more ›
So, I'm a pretty easygoing guy and I can adapt to…I think overall, the speaker system is an epic victory because of how great it sounds, but the design is just terrible. Read more ›
The sound range is excellent on these speakers. The design is well though out. The product is definitely worth the $150 and certainly on par, or better than, the Bose… Read more ›
The only flaw is after years of heavy use, the end that connects to the computer is…It's not a problem with the design, but rather an expected side effect of constant use. Read more ›
In both cases, touching the volume knob transmits static through the speakers. Cheap parts and a horrible design. They sound reasonably well, but if you want your speakers… Read more ›
Some say the styling of the Promedia 2.1 is plain and unnatractive, but I think otherwise. It is a very simple design, not very flashy, but not quite ugly either. For the… Read more ›
Other reviewers say the same thing. This DIN plug appears to be poorly designed and manufactured. Before the whole system took a dive, we heard it crackle and pop loudly,… Read more ›
I'm not a Bose…For starters, they lack really good bass (not surprising considering the speaker is about 2.5"), but it's pretty good considering the size of the speakers. Read more ›
I really like the knobs on the satellite as well, they are a little resistant so they dont turn too fast and they are good size and feel grippy. Read more ›
They have both great bass and treble response and are perfect if you're…They'd also make a great addition to a TV if you don't already have a full size stereo system. Read more ›
Had alit of cracking and popping when adjusting the volume very un precise. But when it worked it out preformed my full size audio system. I wish they would fix the flaws… Read more ›
I would be…For use on a computer system, there's nothing better short of an expensive full sized stereo of good quality or perhaps 5.1 version for surround sound in gaming. Read more ›
I enjoy having them on my desk and the subwoofer is again, an attractive piece of equipment. The subwoofer is a good size as well. It is about twice as wide as my desktop… Read more ›

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

569 of 597 people found the following review helpful By Tim Allison on April 19, 2002
Size Name: 3-piece
Sorry to be so Gushy...but I really LOVE these speakers. Having owned high-end speaker systems from Logitech, Labtech & Creative, I have always enjoyed good sound for games and music. As time has worn on, I began to play more music and fewer games on my PC. As a result I began looking for a quality 3-piece system to replace my 5-piece surround system.
I searched through all the companies I had purchased from before, when I stumbled across the Promedia 2.1's... and let me just say....
... These speakers are CLEARLY head and shoulders above all other 3-piece systems - in both power and sound quality.
You MUST hear them to appreciate the difference.

- Amazing sound: clear highs, full mid-range and rich tight bass.
- Power that rivals many home systems (200w-total)- Satellites (35w ea) - Subwoofer (130W)
- Convenient headphone and auxiliary input jacks.
- Convenient and separate controls for volume and bass.
- Very attractive casing.
- Very easy setup
- THX certified (which means you will hear things you won't hear on other speakers).

* I cannot think of anything major, but a few drawbacks might be...
- Speaker system does not have a power switch on the satellite, it is located on the sub-woofer, which is not easy to get to (as it is typically tucked out of sight). However, the problem of shutdown is easily addressed with a power strip.
- [Costly,] compared to other systems (...though they are WELL worth the difference).
- Has horn tweeters, which are too "bright" for some folks... though I LOVE them.

Everything I play through these speakers sound great (DVD's, MP3's, Digital Camcorder movies, tape player etc.)I do not believe a better 3-piece system exists on the planet.
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125 of 131 people found the following review helpful By Mark Maining on December 26, 2011
Size Name: 3-piece
I know there are a lot of reviews on the Promedia 2.1's which is great that Klipsch is finally getting a little recognition from the public, the down side is that most of the reviews are people coming from laptop speakers or the generic crap that came with their dell tower...

Ive been in professional audio for more than fifteen years both home and mobile audio, so It takes a lot to impress me. The Pro Media 2.1's did impress me, for the price. Can you compare these to top end Home Audio setup? Even though many do, the answer is no you cannot. As far as computer speakers go (non recording quality) these really are about as good as it gets at this price point. You could get a better system if your willing to drop $4-500+ but compared to other "commom consumer" products are concered Klipsh has always been a leader in SQ and very underrated at that. Keep in mind we are talking about consumer shelf products here, soon as you take a step up into the Audiophile world your taking a huge step up in price.

So now the good bad and ugly...

Sound Quality 8+

Again for the price these are well balanced and Klipsh seems to be one of the very few putting out consumer items that has an understanding of how audio is actually put together. They seem to focus on whats sounds proper rather than what looks cool. Remember what happened to Harman Kardon?? Yep they are still producing the clear see through computer speakers. Bose is still Bose... They have a few solid products but pretty much have been on cruise control for the past decade based soley on a name and reputation built in the 80s-90s. Anyway back to the ProMedia's, well balanced and highs are bright but not overwhelming especailly coming from Horn tweets.
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175 of 187 people found the following review helpful By Greg Robertson VINE VOICE on October 30, 2006
Size Name: 3-piece
Once THE speaker of choice for every hard rockin' audiophile with a big enough garage, Klipsch fell off the landscape for a while after being sold to a corporate conglomerate that didn't know the real value of what they'd bought. But after another buyout by a small group of genuine audiophiles, Klipsch is back on top, from a sound quality standpoint -- and it shows in the ProMedia 2.1 THX.

I have my trio connected to a new Mac Pro desktop unit and the sound is absolutely magical. Yes, there are more complex set-ups, with 5 or 7 speakers spread out across the room, but if you just want the magic without the madness, the Klipsch ProMedia 2.1 THX is an incredible (and very affordable) solution that's quick and easy to configure in about 5 minutes.

Of course, there are other 3-speaker desktop systems by makers like Logitech, Cyber Acoustics, and Intec, but here's the difference: Klipsch is a true speaker company that connects great speakers to your computer, while those others are computer peripherals companies that one day decided to make speakers. NOT the same thing. The only brands that are true competitors to Klipsch in this area are Bose, Harman Kardon, JBL, and Altec Lansing. I find that the Altec Lansing and JBL 3-speaker sets both sound nasal and "tinny" on the high end, while the Bose and Harman Kardon sets sound great, but are more expensive. So, after a good look (and listen) around, I went with Klipsch.

In any case, this is an incredible sound set-up for your computer-based music player and should not be overlooked. Enjoy.
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