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Published on January 28th, 2021 | by The GC Team

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Klipsch ProMedia 2.1 BT powered speaker system

Klipsch (UK) and Henley Audio – exclusive distributor in the UK – have announced the ProMedia 2.1 BT, a powered speaker system compact enough for the desktop but acoustically equipped to be more than a set of “computer speakers.”

This redesigned version of the US maker’s original 2.1 compact package adds wireless Bluetooth connectivity and consists of a pair of powered stereo speakers and an acoustically matched powered subwoofer, finished in black.

Klipsch is known for its horn-loaded speaker technology, and each ProMedia 2.1 BT satellite houses an 8cm Klipsch MicroTractrix horn mid-bass driver directly below the 19mm PEI (polyethermide) tweeter. The two satellite speakers integrate with the Klipsch 17cm side-firing, ported subwoofer, creating a sound system that is “significantly greater than the sum of its compact parts”.
The ProMedia 2.1 BT, has up to 200 watts of dynamic power on tap and, the bass being non-directional, the subwoofer can be conveniently placed out of the way – it just needs to connect to a mains socket and the satellites then connect to the subwoofer. Dispensing with the traditional soundbar’s “all-in-one” cabinet design also means this 2.1 system allows placement of the stereo speakers further apart, enabling a broader stereo image.
The Klipsch ProMedia 2.1 BT is available in the UK now, priced £279.99 SRP. Henley Audio exclusively distributes the Klipsch ProMedia 2.1 BT in the UK.

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