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The sound bar looked fantastic, the design was great and the fit and finish was top notch. The subwoofer box was even made from real solid wood. I would have really liked to have kept it in my living room, but the sound quality wasn't as good as it looked. The sound was clear from the bar, but hollow sounding and the sub only really kicked in on really low frequencies. So most of what you hear only comes out of the bar until something in a movie explodes, then the woofer kicks in and vibrates your whole house which feels super unbalanced with the weak sounding bar. The curve is defiantly the "smile" EQ curve, where it's heavy on bass and treble with almost no mid's to be found. If you were someone coming off of just the TV speakers this would be a great upgrade, but for others already coming off a 5.1 surround system I would just stay away from soundbars. Soundbars just don't stack up to a proper 5.1 system with a receiver, which is what I ended up with in the end.
I recently brought the Cinema 600 along with the bookshelf speakers and I have to say that the sound is great, it’s clear, audible, distinct and the bass has boom and shakes the house but… here’s my gripes:
1. The control and display are terrible. My old soundbar had a display in the front where it had text to show you the equalizer/bass/subwoofer and what level you’re at and et centers. Everything about the Klipsch is managed by little white led dots so you sorta have to guess what setting you’re on and manage it by the amount of white dots. The soundbar does tell you if you’re in surround sound but the text is on top of the bar so you can’t see it sitting down stand there are times the surround sound is off and I’d have to get up and check the top to see if it’s on.
2. The surround sound sucks… in my old surround sound you could dictate the volume level per speaker but you can’t on this system, it’s managed by one centric volume control. It raises or lowers the volume for all speakers. And as I said the volume on the bookshelf is pretty low.
3. I wish the bookshelf were battery powered and plug-in but these are just plug in and so I have to have it connected to a an outlet. That’s a pain, it almost makes it as bad as running speaker wires and makes the Bluetooth irrelevant.
I could go on about a lot of other stuff but this is the major items.
I’m conclusion the sound is great and everything else is pretty bad.
I needed another soundbat and I was spoiled by my jbl bar 3.1. It is no longer made. It had 3 hdmi inputs amd 1 out to go with the optical and analog audio inputs. The bass was amazing from the 10 inch sub. The led display was very clear and detailed. This Klipsche seemed like a good substitute. 10 inch sub, optical input. However the remote seems to control everything else. Volume changes inputs on my TV. There is only one hdmi in. No out. Sound is ok. It looks cool. However the sub randomly loses connection to the bar. It is not even 2 feet away and nothing in between them. It is beyond annoying and unacceptable at this price point. I'll be looking for a jbl 5.1 with the detachable rear speakers. This was a waste of time.
I do not know if they make a sound system that I want. I need something that makes the dialogue in a movie clear. This system does not accomplish that in my opinion. I have to turn the audio all the way up then the back ground noise is way too much. The music is awesome in this system.
I have had the sound bar for a couple of months now. For some reason it does not work well with the streaming service Netflix and Amazon Prime. Dialogue is garbled and background noise is too loud. But, on You Tube it works perfectly, it does make the movies a lot better to watch. The dialogue is clear most of the time. It is a good sound bar It is worth the money, about $400.
First off, I'm a long time Klipsch owner of both standalone reference speakers and an older HD Theater SB 3 soundbar, so I'm coming at this from past expectations. My current HD Theater SB 3 soundbar with 10" sub setup has been absolutely excellent for the nearly 6 years that I've owned it. But recently it started to have a high pitched whine on startup, so I started shopping for a new system. After some research, I landed on the Klipsch Cinema 600 Sound Bar, expecting it to have the same or better sound quality as my older Klipsch soundbar. However, it falls short of my old SB 3 system.
Overall Build Quality: Klipsch makes good stuff. The bar itself feels substantial and has a quality look. The sub's wooden enclosure is well made and pleasant to look at. I wouldn't be embarrassed to have it in a prominent visible spot in my living room.
Low Range: The sub is excellent and a I really like the high quality wood cabinet. It has incredible bass extension for bass heavy music or movies with lots of low end sound (explosions, etc.). Musically it is a bit boomy, but you can adjust the sub from the remote, so that's easy enough to tune down. I'd give the low range performance 4 to 5 stars.
High Range: The horn tweeters and mid-range drivers in the sound bar deliver excellent high range sound. The upper frequencies were clear, crisp, with just a touch of brightness that I actually like. I'd give the high range performance 5 stars.
Mid Range: Here's where things fall apart a bit for the Klipsch Cinema 600. The highs and lows are totally outclassing the mid-range/mid-bass performance. This results in a loss of warmth and naturalness to vocals (both cinema and music). Yes, you can crank up the center dialog/vocal volume, and that certainly makes the mid range and vocals "louder", but they still lack the mid bass. I did several side-by-side comparisons between my old SB 3 and the 600 and there was just no comparison for "richness" of sound. I think this likely boils down to the size of the 600 soundbar's mid drivers. They are about half the size of the mid drivers in the SB 3, so are likely just incapable of efficiently producing the mid bass necessary for mid range audio warmth. This might not bother a lot of people, but as a person who uses his TV and soundbar setup for MOST of my music listening, it was unacceptable to me. I'd give the mid range performance, especially the mid-bass, 2 stars.
So, sadly the Klipsch Cinema 600 went back in the box for a return. I'm still giving it 3 stars, although i'd like to give it a 3.5 stars.
Like others have stated, the subwoofer has a constant humming noise while its on. If there is no audio signal actually being transmitted (like while the sound is muted), you get a buzzing/humming noise. As soon as audio is enabled again, it goes away. Also, volume control with other "universal" remotes is very inconsistent. In fact, volume will sometimes increase all on its own without doing anything. Overall sound quality is good though.
So it does sound very nice, there are some things about it that bug the crap out of me. No matter how many times I turn it off it will turn itself back on. I have to unplug it for it to stay turned off. And the subwoofer makes a weird humming sound. Oh and the remote is awful, doesn’t work properly whatsoever
The volume doesn't show up as numbers like the built-in TV volume does. The base and volume control are too extreme. I can have it at 1 volume to listen to dialogue but the second there is excitement and loud noise it's crazy loud I'm always having to turn the volume up and down throughout any movie. Bluetooth connection with my cell phone is also a pain. It took a while for it to finally connect but I needed there personalized app to connect and even when I had their app it took a hundred times to finally connect
Beware this is effectively useless with newer Vizio TV, the Klipsch remote interferes with vizio menu and controls. Volume up launches Netflix, subwoofer adjust launches vizio menu... Many more. There is a open support thread with no work around.
Long time buyer of Klipsch audio equipment. Unfortunately this system will not connect with the subwoofer. Klipsch customer support has thus far been useless, as of this morning I had been on holding for an hour and 12 minutes before hanging up just to speak to someone about getting a replacement or any other possible trouble shooting. After hours of trying to connect the sub I feel it will likely be time to return it soon and look elsewhere. Disappointing
**Edit** New system was replaced and delivered relatively quickly thanks to Amazon. Sub and sound bar are fully working and sound amazing! Both musically and cinematically. That being said Klipsch customer support was useless and has proven to not be reliable. For that I must remove stars.