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Klipsch ProMedia V.2 -400 speaker system - FrostyTech.com Klipsch ProMedia V.2 -400 speaker system
Tue Nov 21, 2000 | 5:32P| PermaLink
"The specs of this system are just incredible for a multimedia system. It's hard to believe that it's been a year since these speakers were actually released. The satellites use a MicroTractrix Horn and tweeter combination to deliver some nice high end sound. The subwoofer is huge and uses dual side-firing drivers that deliver some nice bass. The preamp is located right at the back of the subwoofer. All the inputs to the speakers and power are located there. Below is a shot of what the back looks like. If you're skeptical that the system actually uses 400 watts RMS, next to the power cord it says 120V, 5 Amps, which means 600 watts (120v x 5A). If the amp is capable of pulling that much power, getting 400 watts isn't going to be a problem. The technology that went into this speaker system was ahead of it's time, and it's evident considering these are still one of the top speaker systems more than a year later."
FULL STORY @ SYSTEMLOGIC
(http://www.systemlogic.net/reviews/hardware/speakers/klipsch/v2400)


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