Klipsch has announced four new products in the Cinema series. We are talking about Cinema 400, 600, 800 and 1200 soundbars. The idea of the manufacturer is to provide an adequate solution to the user with any wallet / requirements.
All four models are compatible with voice control via Alexa and Google Assistant, and support for Bluetooth, AirPlay 2, and Spotify Connect. Included with any of the models is a subwoofer without wires. In addition, all soundbars can skip the 8K signal.
Natural wood was used for the cases, and the tweeters received a branded horn design. It is claimed that regardless of the modification, the buyer will receive a sufficiently charged modern device for music and movies.
If we talk about the features of the versions, the flagship 1200 received support for Dolby Atmos with corresponding upward-pointing emitters. In addition to the Soundbar itself, the kit includes ambient sound speakers and a subwoofer with a 12-inch speaker. The total power of this 5.1.4-channel system was 1,200 watts.
The Cinema 800 model is slightly simpler: there is also support for Dolby Atmos, but there are no additional satellites in the kit, and the sub is equipped with a 10-inch emitter. If necessary, the system can be supplemented with Klipsch Surround speakers.
As for the younger models, they do not support Atmos sound. The Cinema 600 is positioned as a mid-range solution equipped with three Tractrix RF emitters and four midrange speakers. Included is a subwoofer (10 inches). If desired, the user can add satellite columns to the system.
Finally, the Cinema 400 is an entry-level Soundbar for small spaces. There are also Tractrix tweeters and branded midrange drivers on Board. The subwoofer received an 8-inch speaker.
According to the manufacturer, special technologies will help to achieve high-quality sound, including a virtual surround effect and improved dialogues. There is also a “night mode” to enjoy movies and not make any noise. Like the Cinema 600 model, this Soundbar can decode various Dolby formats.
As for prices, they are already known for the United States: for the Cinema 400 they will ask for $400, for the Cinema 600 – $600, the Cinema 800 model will cost $1,000, and the flagship 1200 will cost $1,550.
The younger models will be on the market this month, and the older ones-early next year.