How far apart should my Klipsch speakers be?
The left and right front speakers should be placed at an equal distance from the screen and at least six feet apart; these should form an equilateral triangle with the primary viewing/listening position. To further enhance the experience, some toe-in might be desirable.
Do Klipsch speakers need break in?
After about 100 hours of use, your speakers should be broken in. The speaker surround and spider materials loosen up the more the speaker is used. Not all speakers will sound dramatically different after break-in. Some improve only marginally, while others can change dramatically.
Do movie theaters use Klipsch speakers?
“The highest quality, horn-loaded speakers are an absolute must for delivering the powerful, detailed soundtracks of today’s demanding films,” said Mulhearn. “Perhaps that’s why one of every two new theaters in North and South America installs Klipsch cinema products.”
What speakers does IMAX use?
Each channel consist of JBL speakers model 2404 H tweeter, 2445 J driver, 2123 H midrange and 2245 H woofer. Imax theatres require a sound system able to produce believable effects and operate reliably at unusually high power levels.
What do you think about Klipsch RF-10’s?
I’m convinced the Klipsch bashers are just using sub standard equipment with these fine and sensitive speakers. Don’t let the price fool you, these little RF-10’s will keep pace with much more expensive speakers. Listening to Allison Krauss SACD and am blown away at the moment. Thumbs up!
Are Klipsch synergy speakers any good?
Since 1997, the Klipsch Synergy Series has been referred to as the world’s best value in high-performance entertainment. With the latest Synergy speakers, you’ll find new high frequency components, a new network structure, updated voicing and a more subdued look that blends in seamlessly with today’s living environments.
What are the Klipsch design principles?
Beginning in 1946, company founder, Paul W. Klipsch believed four principles to be the foundation for great sound. Together, these four design principles—high efficiency with low distortion, controlled directivity, flat frequency response, and wide dynamic range—have and always will be the foundation for our stunningly powerful and precise sound.