Klipsch Cinema 1200 Dolby Atmos Sound Bar + Surround Sound System
Klipsch Cinema 1200 Dolby Atmos Home Theater Sound Bar w/ Wireless Subwoofer and Wireless Surround Speakers, 1067536
The Cinema 1200 Dolby Atmos Sound Bar, with 1200 watts of power and integrated, discrete height speakers in the sound bar and surrounds, brings decades of professional cinema acoustic research and development to your home with the same power, dynamics, and detail as the movie theater. Dolby Atmos technology brings sound to life from all directions, including overhead, to fill a home theater with astonishing clarity, detail, and depth.
4-Piece Bundled Kit — Includes Sub Plus Surrounds
The Cinema 1200 represents substantial value up-front for the initial investment. For $1,499, you get a soundbar, a powerful wireless sub, plus wireless surround speakers that completely cover you in a true 5.1.4 “bubble” of Dolby Atmos sound.
Future Ready — eARC, 8K HDR & Dolby Vision Compatible
eARC gives you true Dolby Atmos without compression & simplifies the way you control your TV. Finally, you can narrow down your remote control options to just one. HDMI 2.1 readies your setup with 8K capabilities from the 8K pass-through for high-end TVs, so your bar is ready for the future. If your TV supports eARC, all you’ll have to do is connect an HDMI cable from your TV to the Cinema 1200 soundbar, and you are done.
Klipsch Horn-loaded Performance
The bar’s array of front-facing high output drivers are mated to Klipsch’s special horn-loaded speakers & powered by 1200 watts of total system power to take the efficiency of the tweeters to the max, allowing more output for crystal clear sound.
Company & Product Overview
Almost 75 years ago, a tiny speaker company carried out its day-to-day operations inside of a tin shed in Hope, Arkansas. In 1946, that shed belonged to Paul Klipsch, who had an idea for a speaker that was pretty radical for the time.
With 10 US patents under his belt from his work as an electrical engineer, Paul experimented with many designs before he came up with a large speaker he called the “Klipschorn.” Now, more than 70 years later, the Klipschorn design is in its 6th revision and the speaker company that began inside of a tin shed is now one of the most famous in the world.
At Audio Advice, we have reviewed several Klipsch speakers before their official release, including the extremely popular Klipsch RP-600M Bookshelf Speakers and The Fives Powered Speakers. Today, we are reviewing a totally new product category from Klipsch that follows in Paul’s footsteps and his design principles — but in a much different format.
Horn-loaded Soundbar for the Modern Home Theater
The Klipsch Cinema 1200 Dolby Atmos Sound Bar with wireless sub and surrounds provide the total package with Klipsch’s horn-loaded performance, plus everything you’ll need for a cinematic experience in your home.
However, Klipsch put a few nice surprises under the hood to make Cinema 1200 really stand out. Klipsch reached out to us to help their engineers test and develop features for the new product. If you are looking for the best performance with features that will future-proof your setup in one convenient package, we think Klipsch has a solution that will let you enjoy true 5.1.4 Dolby Atmos for an impressive price point.
Design & Build Quality
As the flagship model in the Cinema Series, Klipsch gives you a soundbar, a powerful wireless sub, plus wireless side surround speakers for $1,699. Since side surrounds and a subwoofer are optional add-ons in many other Dolby Atmos systems, the Cinema 1200 represents substantial value up-front for the initial investment. It’s important to point out the surrounds bundled in this system are not the same as the Surround 3 side speakers that are sold separately with some of the less expensive models in the series. The surrounds here include the up-firing speakers and Klipsch made them exclusively for the Cinema 1200.
The sub has a black lacquer finish that allows just a little bit of the natural wood grain to show through. It stands a little over 20-inches tall, about 15 ½-inches wide, and almost 16-inches deep. On the back, there’s a push-button labeled “Pair” that will reset the wireless connection, a set of RCA inputs and outputs labeled “LFE” that will let you wire up the subwoofer to a stereo receiver’s subwoofer output, and a power connection that plugs into the wall.
The bar spans 54-inches wide, almost 3 inches tall, and about 6-inches deep — visually, this will look great with TVs that are 50-inches or wider. A wall-mounting template plus the brackets to mount the bar to your wall are included in the box. If placed under your TV, it’s always a good idea to separate the bar from the TV to give the upward-firing drivers enough clearance to direct the sound up to your ceiling.
The bar, itself, is almost entirely covered in grille cloth with the exception of the rear amp panel, and the brushed aluminum exposed top panels above each 1-inch Tractrix® Horn-loaded tweeter. The end caps are interchangeable with the walnut end caps that are also included. These snap onto both sides of the bar, and we prefer the retro-look of the walnut with this — especially with the sub’s black lacquer aesthetics.
We also really like how the bar, sub, and surrounds, are all made from real wood materials, making them constructed more like Klipsch’s high-end theater speakers — not another black plastic soundbar. Given the sheer size of the bar, the sub, and the wired surround speakers, this is not a system you can easily hide — but this system will make people know how serious you are about sound.
Behind the grille, there is an LED display that tells you the status of the system. There are three settings that you adjust with the remote control — Hi, Low, or Off. We like how the display can be dimmed, brightened, or even turned off as this allowed our eyes to always focus on the TV screen — not on distracting lights.
The back of the bar is where all the inputs and outputs are tucked away. They’re divided into separate recessed cable-management sections. This makes the different ports that connect up all your gear easier to reach — especially if you decide to mount the bar to your wall. From top to bottom, the first section gives you access to a wired subwoofer output so you can add a second sub to your setup. Here, there’s also an optical Toslink input, an analog input that will accept a 3.5mm stereo-miniplug from a laptop, turntable, or a CD player, and an ethernet port.
The other recessed section is where you’ll find all the HDMI ports tucked away and a power connection. There are (2x) HDMI inputs and (1x) HDMI eARC output labeled “HDMI OUT (ARC).” The HDMI ARC connection has a killer feature that will future-proof your setup with HDMI sources, and we’ll cover this in the next section.
On the far right top panel of the bar, four pushbuttons let you power the soundbar system on or off, raise and lower the volume, and cycle through all your source inputs.
Features & Technology
True 5.1.4 Dolby Atmos 3D Sound
Including the wireless sub and surround speakers, there are an impressive 16 speaker drivers total in the entire Cinema 1200 5.1.4 Dolby Atmos system. The five-channel phased array uses a Klipsch 3-inch high-output fiber-composite cone woofer to provide the left, center, right, surround, and height channels. A single subchannel extends the lower frequencies from a high-performance 12-inch woofer in the sub, and four height channel speakers fire the sound upward for the immersive Atmos experience.
Behind the grille cloth, there are 11 speakers drivers (dedicated to the soundbar) that present room-filling sound from six front-facing speakers mated to 3 Tractrix® Horns, while two Atmos speakers on top of the bar fire sound upward for that top-to-bottom sense of vertical elevation. The surround speakers provide the surround channels that fire sound all around you from two more 3-inch high-output fiber-composite cone woofers and these also feature another discreet 3-inch high-output Atmos speaker on top of each one so that you are completely covered in a true 5.1.4 “bubble” of great Dolby Atmos sound from Klipsch.
As though 5.1.4 channels of immersive Dolby Atmos wasn’t enough, the Cinema 1200 has another pretty cool trick up its sleeve. The Cinema 1200 will virtually reconstruct even more channels of Dolby Atmos, should you need it. For Atmos content greater than 5.1.4, this will decode up to 7.1.4 virtual surround sound installation in your room— placing you at the center of even more Dolby Atmos action without the hassle of installing rear speakers in addition to the side surrounds that are already included.
Next, the Klipsch team pulled out all the stops and brought something unique to the soundbar category — something only Klipsch is able to do extremely well. Klipsch used some very impressive driver design principles inspired by their Reference Premiere series and put them into this sound bar. The drivers are not identical, but they are highly efficient, have low distortion, and they use similar motor structures as the RP line.
For the left, center, and right channel drivers, Klipsch used a 1-inch horn-loaded tweeter called the Tractrix® Horn. This is a very well-proven tweeter design you’ll also find in some of Klipsch’s most expensive speakers.Tractrix® Horns have been the driving force behind the “Klipsch” sound for many years. Featured in almost every speaker the company makes, the Tractrix® Horn is a proprietary “focused” speaker technology that delivers more precise acoustics.
In essence, Tractrix® horn technology fires the high-frequency energy directly at you. It’s a proven method that reduces artificial reverberation caused by rogue sound waves bouncing off of walls and maximizes the efficiency of the tweeter for the best clarity, dynamics and detail from your movies and music.
Each 1-inch Tractrix® horn-loaded tweeter is coupled with two 3-inch high output mid-range woofers, giving you a total of three horn-loaded speakers and six high output oval fiber composite cone woofers. The benefit you will get with high-performance front-facing drivers like the ones used here is exceptionally clearer dialogue especially in the dedicated center channel with movies and TV shows without the use of DSP or digital trickery.
Two Subs Really Are Better Than One
The Cinema 1200 can present a full range of frequencies from 22Hz to 20kHz with a maximum sound pressure level of 109dB and a +/-3dB on the sub-bass frequencies.
But, it gets even better. While the bass coming out of the included wireless sub is impressive, bass junkies can add a second wired subwoofer to improve the bass response for more natural-sounding bottom-end weight. If you already have a sub, you have the flexibility of connecting it with more than one subwoofer output. There are actually two wired outputs — the one on the back of the bar, and the one on the back of the wireless subwoofer. This allows you to add on an additional subwoofer without a wire being tethered to the soundbar itself. This is handy if you want to have both subs in the back of the room on opposite corners, for example. The use of two subs has several key benefits:
- Each subwoofer will have to “work” less, which means less low-frequency distortion and higher output.
- If the placement of multiple subs in a room is done correctly, this will reduce standing waves caused by the shape of your room which cancels the lower frequencies out.
- Not only do you have lower distortion with two subs, but you will also get a much flatter, natural bass response that sounds more effortless regardless of your seating position.
If you use wired subwoofers that also have an RCA OUTPUT, you technically could have as many additional subwoofers as you want. And, yes, you can use the wired output on the soundbar and the wired output on the wireless sub simultaneously (in addition to the included wireless sub)!
With a pretty massive 12-inch transducer house inside the wireless sub, adding a second one is certainly not necessary — but we think adding another sub is the best way to get the immersive low-end experience that’s as exhilarating as a professional movie theater.
Shape Your Sound
We think it’s really cool this system is capable of such impressive low-end with the included sub, but if you connect a second one, you will likely want to adjust the bass for your environment and adjust the surround-level to match — especially if you live in an apartment, a condo, or a townhome where you share a wall with neighbors.
The remote control has special sound modes that let you optimize the sound coming out to better suit the content you’re watching. These modes are really similar to the premium studio-grade EQs you get in the Sennheiser AMBEO soundbar which we also reviewed. With the Klipsch Cinema 1200, you get six sound modes -- “Standard,” “Direct,” “Movie,” “Music,” “Game,” and “Party” mode -- and all Audio Advice purchasers will receive our special Tips & Tricks setup guide that will break down the best use case scenarios for each one.
There’s also “Night mode” which reduces the low-end energy for those late-night TV sessions while everyone else is asleep — it’s also handy for those times you need to quickly neutralize the dynamics of the sound coming out without stopping your movie. “Dialog Enhance mode” will toggle through different settings that push the dialog in the mid-range toward you or farther away in the sound field. If you need more control, the Klipsch Connect App will be updated to let you dial in more specific EQ settings and save them as presets for later, and Klipsch says a future update for the app is in the works.
Ready for the Future — eARC
It’s important to note you will not get true Dolby Atmos surround sound without a TV that features the newer eARC connection. eARC is the evolution of ARC (or Audio Return Channel), and it transmits full Dolby Atmos from the TV back down the HDMI cable without compression. In addition to this, the HDMI ports are also 8K HDR compatible and Dolby Vision compatible. If your TV supports Dolby Atmos via HDMI eARC, all you’ll have to do is connect an HDMI cable from your TV to the ARC Output on the back of the Cinema 1200 soundbar, and you are done. However, even older TVs lacking the newer eARC connection type will still get amazing sound with this soundbar. Any Dolby Atmos product will take a 5.1 Dolby Atmos signal from all the Atmos channels to simulate actual Atmos.
The Cinema 1200 Soundbar also has full voice control from either Alexa or Google Assistant, and wireless multi-room streaming capabilities that integrate with the Google Home app, so the setup is really easy and convenient to use. The “Streamer Mode” allows seamless integration with other external audio streaming devices and this is completely user-selectable. With WI FI, Bluetooth version 5.0, Apple Airplay 2, and Spotify Connect built-in, there’s no shortage of ways to stream or play music directly to this soundbar.
While these features are impressive, the proof is in the pudding. In the next section, we put this high-performance soundbar and many of these cool features to the test.
If you’re just getting started with Dolby Atmos, your favorite streaming service is probably the most convenient way to experience movies and TV shows encoded in this surround-sound format. Usually, a quick google search is the best way to see a list of all the great Dolby Atmos movies available.
Pro tip: Type “Dolby Atmos” into the search field on either Netflix or Amazon Prime, and you’ll see every movie and TV show encoded with this surround sound format. Fans of Disney+ or iTunes will have to search google for a comprehensive list of Dolby Atmos content, but we were really impressed with the huge amount of Atmos content that’s already on Disney+. There’s also a lot of Dolby Atmos Music tracks on Tidal, Amazon HD, and Apple Music to check out as well.
Setting up the Cinema 1200 was simple and straightforward. After we plugged in the power supply, made the necessary connections with our Sony A9S Masters Series OLED 4K TV, and connected our router with the bar, the Cinema 1200 present helpful instructions right from the LED display. The Klipsch Connect app also provided us with some helpful steps that finalized the WIFI connection with our network.
The room we tested the Cinema 1200 in was a typical open-floor-plan living room with a listening space of about 12-feet wide, 16-feet deep, and 9-feet tall ceilings. At Audio Advice, we are big fans of room calibration and correction, so it would have been nice to have a way to calibrate the Cinema 1200 to the specific acoustics of our room. However, Klipsch tells us there are updates coming late summer (2021) to the Klipsch Connect app and the soundbar’s firmware that will produce test tones to help users tailor the sound for their specific room and we are working closely with Klipsch’s engineers to develop the feature.
First, we started setting up the Atmos system for our room by placing the two wireless rear speakers behind us. Getting a balanced immersive experience will require a little experimentation. If you can put the rear speakers on either side of your couch with the bottom of the speaker right at ear level, you will get the most immersive experience. Make sure to point the front of the speaker towards your ears, rather than towards the TV.
When placing the rears around the room, we also recommend positioning each one on a tabletop or a speaker stand, so that the Atmos speakers can fire sound up towards the ceiling. Be sure nothing is in the way, such as a plant or a lampshade that could obstruct the soundwaves from reaching the ceiling. After that, we were watching Dolby Atmos movies and streaming music from our phones using Bluetooth and Chromecast.
Using the remote control Klipsch includes in the box, we held down the button with the Bluetooth logo for 3 seconds to pair up our smartphone with the bar. We liked how large and easy to read the LED display is on the front panel of the bar. This made it really easy to see what source was selected. We also liked how all the buttons automatically illuminate when the remote is picked up or detects sudden movements. This made it easier to see the controls in a dimly lit room while the movie is playing. The buttons dim automatically after being stationary for about 4 seconds to help prolong the life of the batteries and eliminate distractions, further.
Being a Klipsch soundbar, one of the first things we knew we had to demo was music! We played a lot of different genres, and while everything sounded fantastic, we were really impressed with music, having natural instruments. We think this bar throws out a great sound for dinner parties, family get-togethers, special occasions, and with the power to throw an epic house party too.
One of the tracks that stood out was “One Mint Julep,” recorded at Atlantic Records in 1961 by Ray Charles for the Quincy Jones and Ralph Burns big band collaboration album, “Genius + Soul = Jazz.”
Immediately, the clarity of the horn sections jumped right out and grabbed our attention. This is a great track to experience the cinematic sense of presentation of surround sound music coming from all different directions. Horns, in particular, were very resolute in the soundstage. The Cinema 1200 presented horns with a rich full-bodied profile that immersed us in great sound. It was especially cool being able to hear all the different horns in the arrangement presented so clearly in the center, surround, and height channels. We could point to all the different horn and string sections coming at us in the arrangement as if we were attending a live concert.
Even when we walked away from the optimal listening position, our living space was completely covered with lively, cinematic sound. The rhythm-and-pacing of the upright bass coming from the sub came alive with a deep bottom-end weight room-filling enough for a huge house party. We used the remote to change modes from “Music” mode to “Party” mode and this significantly changed the sense of presentation, overall. “Party” mode bumped up the lower frequencies and presented a wider soundstage that spread out the music to sound more like a live concert. “Music” mode re-focused the bass and rhythm sections to be dead in the center of the sound field, and this mode really made our stereo image come alive with a tuneful sense of timing that made our feet tap along with the music.
We would have liked to have seen more EQ controls to shape the sound. However, while not an EQ replacement, the included remote does offer some effective ways to customize the sound field. On the remote, there are tactile buttons for raising and lowering the volume levels (levels -6 to +6) coming out of the subwoofer, the rear surround speakers, and both front and back height speakers. The sub is so powerful, level -1 to +1 was perfect for our room, but it’s nice knowing you can really impress or really piss off the neighbors at your next neighborhood rager.
One of the first clips we tried out with true Dolby Atmos encoding was Season 2, Chapter 9 of The Mandalorian on Disney+. At about 25 minutes into the episode, the Mandalorian main character and his sidekick come across a pack of creatures inside of a cavern. When the characters stepped off of their vehicles and approached the snarling creatures, the sound of their threatening growls almost floated in the air above us. Just like a real cavern, the soundwaves bounced around inside the walls of our room just like a cavernous echo chamber — as though we were standing right there with them. We could feel the deep impact of their footsteps land with the chest-punching bottom-end weight coming from the sub and then reverberate from all different directions within the walls of the cavern — and this really helped us feel completely immersed in the storyline even more!
Recommended levels: The sub produced more than enough deep low-end impact for this action-packed thriller, so level “-2” was the perfect balance in our room with all the levels from the other channels. We set the front height speakers to “+6,” the rear height speakers to “+2,” and we left the rear surround speakers on the default level “0”. Dialogue sounded slightly too far back in the mix, so raising the “Dialogue mode” to level 2 helped it to stand out, clearly.
If you want to hear a great example of music mixed in Dolby Atmos, then you have to check out a scene from the Pixar animation “Soul” also on Disney+. At about eleven minutes into the movie, the height speakers threw out a sound effect that resembled a bug zapper electrocuting bugs above our heads and then from all directions. Suddenly, an incredible Dolby Atmos soundtrack immersed us in a holographic soundscape of synthesizer arpeggios and binaural beats that seemed to come from every direction. Next, a bassline thumped with the deep impactful rhythm of a heartbeat while all the other melodies in the sound field just floated above us in three-dimensional space. Super cool!
In our testing, we were very impressed by the three-dimensional Atmos soundstage the Klipsch Cinema 1200 will produce. Overall, the Atmos speakers surrounding us did an amazing job presenting soundtracks in the height channels so that it sounded like certain instruments in the orchestra were floating above us. While music sounded great, we wish EQ settings were available at the time of the product’s release, but this will be added in a future update (late summer 2021).
In the meantime, having the flexibility to raise and lower all the levels of each surround channel by ear may not be the most user-friendly experience, but it is an effective way to dial in the sound to taste once you get the hang of it. There were a few movies where dialogue sounded slightly too far back in the mix, so it was nice having readily available settings to bring the dialogue forward.
We also really liked how well the special modes enhanced the sound field to suit the content we were watching while “Night” mode did an excellent job of toning down the bass frequencies in a way that still made everything sound good. “Night” mode can even remove the sub-bass frequencies altogether, and this was one of the best-sounding “Night” modes we have ever tested on any soundbar.
Soundbars are coming a long way in recent years and we are constantly impressed with the technology and the level of immersion coming out of them. With wireless technology, they are easier to set up, they’re mobile, and more affordable than a full surround-sound installation and some of them offer comparable sound. As more television, movies, and now music artists start prioritizing Dolby Atmos and now Spacial Audio coming to Apple Music, we can’t help but note this trend is the future.
If you are looking at all the new Dolby Atmos soundbars on the market, but you’re looking for the best performance with features that will future-proof your setup years down the road in one convenient package, then Klipsch has a Dolby Atmos solution that will let you enjoy true 5.1.4 Dolby Atmos sound field with the latest eARC HDMI port for an impressive price-point.
For less than $1,700, Klipsch gives you the whole Atmos experience complete with a premium horn-loaded soundbar, a subwoofer with a 12-inch down-firing driver, and side speakers exclusively made for the Cinema 1200 with the Atmos speakers on top for 5.1.4 channels of 3D immersion. The ability to fully decode Atmos up to 7.1.4 channels with Klipsch’s special virtualization tech is the icing on the cake. When you compare this complete system with other high-performance bars, the Cinema 1200 stands out as a complete premium surround sound package for the money.
At this price point, we think the Klipsch Cinema 1200 is a great option to take full advantage of the Dolby Atmos format with the top-of-the-line high-end TVs out right now. We were very impressed with the performance when listening to music and especially with movies. If you have a large space that could use truly cinematic room-filling sound that actually delivers a professional movie theater experience, we see the Cinema 1200 fitting in well for entertaining guests, throwing a dance party, or just relaxing in front of a great movie and an immersive Spacial Audio soundtrack. For only $1,699, it's such a great value, who wouldn’t make room for this total package?
Details & Specs
Easy Plug and Play Set Up
The Cinema 1200 is designed to quickly connect to your TV. Simply plug in the included HDMI cable or an optical cable to seriously upgrade your TV sound, using your TV’s remote to control it. The included 12” wireless subwoofer and two wireless surrounds are pre-paired to connect automatically out of the box, for a hassle-free set up in just minutes. Next-generation HDMI eARC connectivity means true Dolby Atmos sound and ultra-high definition video with a single HDMI cable.
Wireless Multi-Room Streaming
Built-in universal Wi-Fi works with Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa, and Spotify Connect, allowing you to add the Cinema 1200 Dolby Atmos Sound Bar to your existing smart home ecosystem and play your favorite streaming music service anywhere in your home. User selectable “Streamer Mode” allows for seamless integration with other external audio streaming devices.
Best-in-class 12-inch Wireless Subwoofer
The Cinema 1200 comes with a powerful wireless 12” subwoofer that you can place anywhere in your room, for true Klipsch cinema sound. Wireless 2.4 GHz technology automatically connects the sound bar and the subwoofer together, while a wired subwoofer output allows you to add a second subwoofer to your setup or simply replace the included wireless subwoofer with the subwoofer of your choice.
Features HDCP 2.3, for 8K HDR video pass-through for use with state-of-the-art TVs and HDMI sources.
7.1.4 Dolby Atmos Decoding
With Dolby Atmos processing in the sound bar, The Cinema 1200 Dolby Atmos Sound Bar creates overhead sound to deliver cinematic surround sound with greater realism, detail, and immersion.
Dialog Enhancement Modes
All-new custom-tuned dialog modes not only raise the volume of the dialog in your TV shows and movies, but also optimize the EQ setting of the system, to ensure the dialogue is crisp, clear, and exceptionally intelligible no matter what’s happening on screen. Three levels of dialogue enhancement ensure that you can find the perfect setting for your needs.
The Cinema 1200 is a true 5.1.4 system, featuring a dedicated center channel speaker for enhanced vocal clarity, and horn-loaded tweeters, just like our legendary professional cinema speakers, for dynamic power in every detail of your music and movies. The Cinema 1200 is crafted from high-quality wood materials, just like legendary Klipsch speakers.
Wireless Surround Sound
Independent wireless surrounds give you the versatility to place anywhere with no extra wiring needed.
Bluetooth® Wireless Technology Ready
Works great with all Bluetooth-enabled smartphones, tablets, and computers - allowing you to play music direct from your device, while the latest Bluetooth 5.0 chip means better connectivity, better range, and better battery life on your connected devices.
Motion Sensing Remote
The included premium remote features motion-sensing LED buttons so you’re in full control, even when the lights are low. In addition to volume and input selection, the remote lets you adjust subwoofer level, surround level, and sound mode with the push of a button to dial in the perfect listening experience right from your seat.
Dolby Audio® Built-In
The built-in Dolby Digital and Dolby Digital Plus processing enables powerful cinema experiences with discrete processing for dialog and surround channels.
- Speaker System - 54” 5.1.4 Dolby Atmos Sound Bar System with 12” Wireless Subwoofer and Wireless Surround Speakers
- Max Acoustic Output - 109dB
- High-frequency Drivers - (3) 1" (25.4mm) soft dome tweeters mated to Tractrix® horns
- Midrange - (6) 3" (76.2mm) high output oval fiber composite cone woofers
- Height Channels - 3" (76.2mm) high output Cerametallic cone woofers
- Surrounds - 3" (76.2mm) high output fiber composite cone woofers
- Subwoofer - 12" (305mm) wireless ported subwoofer
- Enclosure Type -
- Bar: Wood
- Subwoofer: Wood
- Surround: Wood
- Total System Power - 1200W
- Frequency Response - 22-20kHz
- Inputs -
- (2) HDMI
- 3.5mm Analog
- Optical Digital
- Outputs - Subwoofer (RCA) Output
- Dimensions (Bar) - 54" (137.2 cm) W x 2 15/16" (7.5cm) H x 6 3/16" (15.7cm) D
- Dimensions (Subwoofer) - 15 5/8" (39.6cm) W x 20 3/8" (51.6cm) H x 15 7/8" (40.3cm) D
- Finish - Black (interchangeable walnut end caps included)
- Voltage - 100-240V 50/60Hz internal power supply
- Weight - 42 lbs (14.52kg)
- Mounting Options - 1/4-20 Keyhole Mount, Included slim-depth wall brackets
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