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Solid sounding speaker
Posted by: AJ2009 from: Michigan on
With no reviews anywhere on the web, I took a gamble on these and ordered two.
Klipsch is a great brand of speakers so I thought they should be good and I was not disappointed.
Received two speakers yesterday, ran one 100ft and one 50ft 14 gauge speaker wire from 100w per channel home theater receiver to each speaker. You could use any amp rated 100w - 200w per channel speaker or a A and B/ multizone capable receiver)
Clear instructions from klipsch told me how to cross the speaker's four wires over to create either 2 channel (for one speaker only) or to create 1 channel per speaker (left and right) like I have it.
The connector provided out of the box isn't that great and is not waterproof, even with their already silicone squirted cap. I simply wrapped and wrapped and wrapped some more wire tape around each connector to make it more water resistent and buried them under the mulch.
Set the speakers approx 20ft apart, pointed towards the house and turned the receiver on. Adjusted the distance to get the pefect stereo sound when sitting at the patio table.
Turned the receiver to the max and sound didn't distort one bit, the speakers still have more to offer if your amp or receiver is greater than 100w per channel.
The highs are precise and clear just as advertised and the lows/bass were surprisingly solid for outdoors, no need for a separate subwoofer.
I have the sandstone which is a slightly lighter color than the rest of my rock patio but they don't look out of place.
I absolutely love them and if you want quality, the money is well spent with these.
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