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Despite what others have said, I have been able to adjust the volume. Hold down “surround” button for 3 seconds. Then press the button again for the volume of the other speaker and hold down again to exit. Despite that they are underwhelming. I understand you aren’t suppose to hear satellite speakers all the time but I have volume maxed and watched saving private Ryan without hearing anything. You can hear them playing if you get close. They are on either side of my bed so can’t get any closer. I did the firmware update before I got them. Not worth the extra money, maybe worth $50. Instead of these get an SVS PB1000 and your stereo will rock. The sub that comes with the bar 48 is decent but another sub makes the world of difference.
Just don't buy these. You will find out that they are riddled with issues. The number 1 issue is that they are very quiet. The only fix is to update your firmware on your sound bar, but if this does not help, you are SOL. After updating the firmware on the device I still cannot get the speakers to sound any louder than a mouse's fart. Klipsh has been less than helpful on their official site about fixing this issue and I fear it never will be. B.T.W. I was pairing it to Klipsh's Bar 48.
It takes a very positive or a very negative experience for me to put the effort into writing a detailed product review. My Klipsch ownership experience has been very substandard, to say the least.
In short, my Klipsch Cinema 600 5.1 surround system quit working about 6 months after purchase. I have gone back and forth with their support team for the last 4 weeks and I still have another month to wait before I have a full 5.1 set up. Yet a new customer could use Amazon to have this same Klipsch Cinema 600 5.1 system delivered within 3 business days. I'd have a very hard time genuinely recommending Klipsch.
A more detailed review:
The sound of this system was a good upgrade over my 8 year-old Sony system. I was looking for a sound improvement as well as an eARC HDMI capable sound bar, along with surround sound. I purchased the Klipsch 600 3.1 sound bar and the Surround 3 speakers separately. They were on sale individually at a better price in April 2021 as opposed to purchasing the complete Cinema 600 5.1 system in one package. My understanding is that these are essentially the same set up, and the Surround 3 speakers are made available individually for owners who want to upgrade from 3.1 to 5.1 sound. The system arrived on time, was extremely easy to set-up, looked good, sounded wonderful and functioned flawlessly for 6 months.
Then in early November, my left rear Surround 3 speaker quit working in the middle of a TV show. I contacted Klipsch support a few days later and was asked to swap the L/R switch on the Surround 3 speakers. When I went to perform this ask, the Klipsch 600 sound bar would not power on at all. I proactively attempted every trouble shooting step I could think of to find where the failure was and it seemed it was indeed the sound bar itself. Klipsch support only offered one additional step of swapping the power cord from the subwoofer to the sound bar to see if the power cord was the issue. This confirmed it was in-fact the sound bar itself that had failed.
Last week, a replacement sound bar arrived, this being about 3 weeks after the Klipsch equipment first began to falter. The new sound bar was just as easy to set up as the first one was. Of note: the remote batteries were unusable as they were covered in acid, leading me to suspect that this bar was very old or was stored in poor conditions. Regardless, I re-paired the Bluetooth subwoofer and the Bluetooth Surround 3 speakers to the replacement sound bar. Still, the left Surround 3 speaker would not produce any sound. Additionally, the right speaker sound quality was drastically worse, as if it had been blown out. Once again, I contacted Klipsch support to update them on this development.
Today, was the 16th message that Klipsch support and I have exchanged in the last month. I will be sending my Surround 3 speakers back to them today, but I will have to wait another month at minimum for the replacement surround speakers as they are on backorder. As I stated towards the start of this lengthy review - I find it ironic that a new customer can have my same 5.1 set up in 3 business days, yet I have to wait another month. That will mark 8 months of ownership - 25% of that time will be without a properly functioning system.
So, within 7 months of Klipsch ownership, I have experienced a failure in 3 of 4 pieces of equipment. Only the subwoofer remains performing properly. While this is not the most expensive system out there, I really expected better longevity than this. I spent extensive time researching different sound options before making this purchase. Perhaps I'm just an unfortunate outlier. But if this helps anyone avoid a similarly infuriating experience; I'll consider this review time well spent. I will also come back to update this review if any other relevant events occur.
Purchased these for my cinema 600. Disappointed at the moment and hoping for a firmware update. TV is set to Dolby digital and no sound from the surround speakers. When I change the Dolby digital option to either, PCM or Auto, the surround speakers kick on, however they seem to be in sync with the front two channels and not on its own surround feed. Changing the TV back to Dolby digital, the surround turn off again. Highly frustrating! Wrote an email to Klipsch and awaiting a response. Hopefully they have some type of fix for this. I will change my star rating if this gets rectified....
When they work they sound great. Only issue is more often than not the only sound is popping or loud squealing noises making these speakers almost completely useless. The sound bar and subwoofer both work with no issues sound awesome. Do not recommend these surrounds
Never could get them to work properly with the cinema 600 they would only play at full volume reached out to klipsch with no response they were completely useless ended up returning the whole system and getting the Sonos arc so glad I did it’s a much better system
The speakers are really underpowered unless if you keep it cranked all the time and then it’s not that impressive. I have mine placed on a table next to the couch and I’m not impressed on volume 41. If it wasn’t next to my ear I would have returned them but I already invested the money on the system. I personally think around $80.00 is where they should be priced. Believe other bad reviews when they say overpriced and underpowered