From the Manufacturer
From the Manufacturer
Big Sound From a Small System
Introduced in 1998, the Quintet set the standard for big sound from small speakers, moving on to become Klipsch's best-selling surround sound system of all time. Now, in its fourth generation, this popular setup adopts both acoustic and aesthetic improvements. Since its inception, the Quintet has been the biggest sounding small system on the home theater market. It’s also a product that takes style very seriously. When Klipsch's engineers set out to refresh this product, they decided it had to look and sound better than ever.
Fill Your Room with Detailed, Full-bodied Sound on a Bigger Soundstage
Five-Channel Surround Sound Right Out of the Box
The Klipsch Quintet bundles four speakers and a center channel together
The Klipsch Quintet bundles four speakers and a center channel together. Two of the speakers serve as front left and right main channels, while the other two operate as rear surrounds. The magnetically shielded center channel delivers crisp dialogue and precise imaging.
Sold separately, the SW-350 subwoofer perfectly anchors the Klipsch Quintet without dominating your room. It’s a smaller design that features a high-output 8-inch driver and new Class D digital amplifier for room-filling bass.
Continuing a mission that began in 1946 with Klipsch's first horn-loaded speakers, the latest Quintet advances their classic, proven technology to new levels of sophistication and brilliance. It features XT MicroTractrix Horn technology—an all-new design that allows these small speakers to deliver amazing detail, full-bodied sound and a wider soundstage than ever before. It's All About Flexibility, Installation Ease and Style
Each speaker features five-way binding posts
In addition to letting you experience concerts that stir your soul, films that put you among the cast of characters and games that put you in the middle of the action, the Klipsch Quintet is all about flexibility, installation ease and style.
Unlike similar priced systems, the Klipsch Quintet features high-quality five-way binding posts that accept heavy gauge wire, spade connectors or banana plugs. Each speaker incorporates a unique swiveling pedestal base that doubles as a wall bracket. The center channel can also be wall mounted by fastening an optional wall bracket to its ¼-inch-20 threaded insert.
Regardless of where you put it, the system has a clean, modern appearance that blends nicely with any décor. It features a satin black finish and black cloth grilles—a color scheme that beautifully complements today’s HDTVs.
Technical Specifications Frequency Response (Satellite): 120 hertz-23 kilohertz Frequency Response (Center): 125 hertz-23 kilohertz Power Handling (Satellite): 50 watts (200 watts peak) Power Handling (Center): 75 watts (300 watts peak) Nominal Impedance: 8 ohms compatible Crossover Frequency (Satellite): 3700 hertz Crossover Frequency (Center): 3100 hertz Dimensions (Satellite): Satellite: 8.3 inches (21.1 centimeters) height x 5 inches (12.7 centimeters) width x 6.3 inches (16 centimeters) depth Dimensions (Center): 5 inches (12.7 centimeters) height x 12 inches (30.5 centimeters) width x 6 inches (15.2 centimeters) depth Weight (Satellite): 3.5 pounds (1.6 kilograms) Weight (Center): 5.5 pounds (2.5 kilograms)
Acclaimed 5.0 compact system noted for huge sound now features High Gloss Black finish and new XT Horn (add a Klipsch sub to complete theater system).