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Only using it for a few weeks now but so far its great for it being their entry level model. Sounds fantastic, surround sound works good for just a single bar and real wood looks so much better than plastic.
** update 10-06-21, i've had this almost a year now and i'm even more impressed with it now. The biggest thing is it just works, and it works perfectly every time. Just like how AirPods are a better experience than most other earbuds (with iphones) . ITs the pefect sound bar for under $300
** update 12-2-21, This thing has been rock solid, 4 stars to 5
I bought this sound bar to get better audio or of my bedroom TV. It sounds great for the purpose I use it. It gets loud and the bass thumps. Even the simulated surround sound name it sound like it is a 3 channel sound bar instead of two and fills the room well. A frequency filter would be nice so dialog would be bass heavy. But for the price and where I use it I'm happy.
I wouldn't buy this for a main TV in a larger room though. You will want to spend a little more money or get a home theater setup with a receiver and individual speakers.
My expensive Harman Kardon stopped working (subwoofer). I only use a soundbar to listen to music (concerts, music videos, etc) I searched for a month before deciding on the Klipsch Cinema 400. My decision was based on it being 400 watts. Watts drive the sound. I hooked up the soundbar and put on an Alan Parsons Project video (Damned if I do) The sound was incredible even before I plugged in the subwoofer. Once the subwoofer kicked in my wife went to the other end of the house while I listened to music from Herb Alpert to Rob Zombie. Sound is fantastic. I knew Klipsch made great speakers and am so glad I chose this one.
I purchased the Klipsche 400 for our LR and the 600 for my man-cave. The 400 would have been sufficient in either area, and I agree with some other reviews that the base response of the 400 8" woofer is better than the 600's 10". I have not done a side-by-side, and the 10" is in a concrete room versus the 8" in a completely different (wood) environment. Klipsche does an amazing surround that immerses you in 3-D sound that makes you forget all about that complicated mess of speakers and wires. Just run the HDMI to your TV or receiver, plug in the woofer and roll tape! Easy-peasy. I am very pleased!
Used a Vizio TV to start and all kinds of weird CEC related issues, such as turning on by itself, or the soundbar not turning off, or the soundbar not being recognized by the VIZIO Tv or the soundbar not playing any of the soft sounds. Then I switched out the TV to a LG tv, and POOF, all problems disappeared. Since the switch to an LG TV, this sound bar has been AMAZING. Especially the Dialog focus, as well not too crazy from the soft sounds to the big explosions of so wildly out of norms that I have to ride the vol up and down while watching a movie, got my Nvidia Shield Remote paired with the Soundbar vol up and Down, and works great. I am also using the soundbar brackets to attach it to the bottom of the TV. In conclusion, I would not recommend for use with a VIZIO TV, but overall, I would highly recommend this soundbar and woofer for the price and form factor. Very nice, I am very happy with my setup.
I put this sound bar under my screen porch TV and it sounds great. I plugged it into my Insignia tv’s hdmi arc port and it immediately worked with no further setup needed. Due to space constraints the sub is about 10 feet away and it still sounds very good and paired right away. The only annoyance is that the on/off frequency for my TV remote is the same as the sound bar, so sometimes they get out of polarity, with one on and the other off, and in those cases I have to turn the sound bar on manually with the power button on the bar. Also, the pseudo surround sound feature certainly makes things sound “wider”, but it seems to essentially flip the phase of the left and right, which is not something this audio engineer enjoys, do I turned that feature off. Overall, dialogue and music both sound plenty good. It’s also smaller than I thought from the pictures, and the two-tone black and grey is less noticeable, which is a good thing.
A few months ago I purchased the Yamaha YAS-207BL and loved it so much that I wanted to purchase a second one for my bedroom. When I came back to Amazon to make the purchase it was selling for $100 more then what I paid. Being a old school Klipsch fan I purchased this sound bar to save some money. The Yamaha YAS-207BL has much better sound in the higher frequencies and fills the room with sound but it's lacking in the bass frequencies and I didn't realize that until I listen to the Klipsch. I believe its because of the sub enclosure. The Yamaha is ported and fires into the room where the Klipsch is not ported and fires down. The Klipsch still sounds great but this comparison comes down to the way you prefer to listen to music and movies. If you like good sound and bass that shakes the room and kicks you in the chest when watching a action movie then the Klipsch is for you. If you like a more clean sound in the higher frequencies and bass that fills in the gaps and still can be heard then go with the Yamaha YAS-207BL.
Since I've had this, I've not required tech support merely because I've been around electronics and audio systems since I was 10 years old. It took only intuition and a small amount of reading to have this doing exactly what I bought it for. The sound is great compared to the previous sound bar I owned (visio) and the subwoofer does a great job at giving depth to the verbal speach part of TV audio. When using it to just play music in the living room, turn the surround sound off because it just sounds better without it. Definitely use surround sound when watching TV. Overall, I'm happy with the product. Very nice upgrade.
Was searching for a speaker system that was sub $200 and happen to find this unit on sale for $179! At that price point it is a great system. Nice crisp sound, the subwoofer has execelnt bass and for a mid sized room it is plently loud. I usded the HDMI ARC feature to connect to my TV and have noticed a slight delay when turing the system on anuywhere for 10 to 20 seconds before I hear sound. Not sure if this is caused by the LG TV or the Soundbard, but its fine.. reminds me of the old days when amps needed to "warm up"
The system easily mounted to the wall using the included template. Just have a couple mollys, and a level on hand.
Works with the Firestick TV controlls, however when I turn eveything off with the firestick remote, the speaker bar turns back on. Not sure why.
Overall, I'm sure there are better speakersystems you can buy.. however for the $179 sale price. I am extreemly satisfied with the product and hope to get years of enjoyment out of it.
** side note.. also using it as a PC spakers w/ the bluetooth input!
Needed something simple for music and TV for a summer cottage, and tried no less than 5 of the top rated sound bars between $150 and $400. Most lacked mid-bass and were shrill with a thumpy bass drum. Wife was laughing watching me pack up and return them one by one. The klipsch has a bigger subwoofer, and a better crossover sending the mid bass to the subwoofer. Voila, full range sound--balanced bass at all frequencies and well rounded highs, not shrill like most of these.
Highly recommend the Klipsch for music aficionados with picky ears.