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This soundbar has pretty good sound quality overall, not too much coloration or overly bright highs. However, the subwoofer is crossed over with the soundbar much higher than I expected, so is very easy to localize. This, unfortunately, means the ideal location to place the subwoofer is as close to the soundbar as possible. When the subwoofer is close to the soundbar, the system sounds pretty seamless. When you move the subwoofer to another part of the room (which is likely what most people will do, since it is a wireless unit), it stands out.
On the plus side, for the price you are getting a pretty nice upgrade in sound quality over TV speakers, and it is really good for music listening. The sub is a little muddy, but it digs lower than the subs on many of the more expensive soundbars. If you don't need a ton of fancy features, and can put the sub near the TV, this is a solid choice.
I bought this unit to replace a 10 year old LG soundbar. The LG unit cost roughly the same price but today's systems are much better. I was not interested in a high end surround sound system. I just wanted better sound from my TV and when streaming music. Mission accomplished. The sound quality is great and compared to my old system it is much brighter and much louder. My old LG unit wasn't worth listening to when playing music. Setup was straight forward and easy. I'm using an HDMI ARC port to connect to the TV. I also use the Dialog function for watching TV. It makes dialog audio sound more like it's directed toward you. It has a surround sound feature which doesn't do much. But then I didn't expect it too. Now for some small issues I encountered. And some of the issues might be related to the TV and not the soundbar. It took several attempts to get my Android phone paired via Bluetooth. Not that unusual in my experience. Once paired it works well. When attempting to use the remote to increase the volume instead of increasing the volume it would change the TV input source. Cycling the power took care of that issue. But I learned to set up the TV to use the TV remote to control the volume. When you turn on the TV the system goes through a couple of cycles of the screen going blank and then back on before you have any sound. This only takes a few seconds but it seems unnecessary. When using the soundbar remote to turn the unit off there is a few second delay before it actually turns off. A bit irritating but no big deal. There are delays in every function of the remote. I had to learn to just give it some time. I can't say as I have ever encountered that before. Again, not sure if the issue is with the TV or the soundbar. Not a fan of the way the remote. When pairing the system to the subwoofer you have to hold in the pair button on both the system and the subwoofer. That was a bit confusing in the instructions. However, the rest of the instructions are clear and accurate. I did have some questions so I attempted to contact Klipsch customer service. I called twice and eventually hung up after 30 minutes of being on hold I then contacted them via a form on their website. Have never heard back from them. So I rate their customer service as poor. The upside is the unit sounds terrific, especially for the price. I would buy it again.
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.
There is an option to turn off the bright LED lights, but you have to do it every time. Same with turning off the power - it will come on when you turn on the TV, but you have to separately turn off the speakers. There is also a delay after you turn off your TV, so I find myself standing around waiting for the speakers to process that the TV is off before being able to turn off the speakers. When you first turn on the TV/speakers there is a loud pop. Sound cuts out briefly and periodically but I’m not sure if that’s the speakers or TV honestly. I put up with all of these annoyances because it sounded great, but less than a year later and it just stopped working. Bought these because Klipsch usually makes quality products, but I definitely regret this purchase!
We received the the first unit in early December. First impressions were good. Sound quality was great and the sound options were nice. But when we sat down to watch a show, the unit would randomly turn off. Sometimes it would be 3-4 times in a single 30 minute show, and other times it wouldn't turn off at all.
I thought it might be a bad (old) optic cable, so I bought a new one, but the problem persisted. I liked the quality of the sound, so I opted to return it for the same model hoping that I just got a bad unit.
Well the new one came and it doesn't randomly turn off, but it will randomly not turn on. To get it to come on, you have to completely unplug it and plug it back in, sometimes having to do this several times before it will decide to turn back on.
Returning this unit as well, and continuing my search for a quality sound bar with wireless subwoofer.
Klipsch Cinema 400 ads great TV sound enhancement at the entry level with an exceptional above average Subwoofer. I also have the Klipsch Cinema 600 in a great room with extra high ceilings and the sound at that price was perfect for me. The low end in that sub is thundering! I assume the Cinema series only gets better moving up to its premium systems. Klipsch Cinema 400 remote controls the Vizio TV (FIX) Pressing the VOL+ on the Klipsch remote will take your Vizio TV to Netflix. Adjusting the SUB+ will open the Vizio settings Menu. Workaround: Only use the Klipsch remote close to the soundbar so the TV will not pick up the signals. (NOT GOOD) Or: Program the sound bar to take certain commands from your Vizio TV remote …volume up, volume down, and power commands. Then on your Vizio turn TV Speakers OFF in Audio settings. (EASY) Cinema 400 - TV Remote Programming article can be found on Klipsch support. Klipsch >Sound Bars >Klipsch Sound Bars>Cinema Series>Cinema 400
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!