Klipsch - ProMedia 2.1 Bluetooth Speaker System (3-Piece) - Black
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Compatible with most audio devices with a 3.5mm output
Including most Mac and PC computers, smartphones, tablets and MP3 players for wide-ranging use.
100W total system power
65W subwoofer and 18W per satellite. Provides quality sound for games, music and videos.
2 satellite speakers
For immersive sound.
Provides rich, full-bodied bass.
35Hz - 22kHz frequency response
Ensures accurate sound reproduction.
Built-in power and volume controls
Make operation easy.
Enables you to connect a pair of headphones for private listening.
- Klipsch ProMedia 2.1 Bluetooth Speaker System (3-Piece)
- Interface(s)3.5mm audio
- Number of Channels2.1
- RMS Power100 watts
- Speaker Quantity2
- Volume ControlYes
- Frequency Response35 - 22000 Hz
- Headphone JackYes
- Standard Auxiliary InputYes
- Subwoofer IncludedYes
- Product NameProMedia 2.1 Bluetooth Speaker System (3-Piece)
- Model NumberPROMEDIA 2.1 BT
- Color CategoryBlack
- Computer CompatibilityUniversal
- Speaker Configuration2 speakers, Subwoofer
- Speaker Depth5.7 inches
- Speaker Height8.5 inches
- Speaker Weight2.1 pounds
- Speaker Width4.2 inches
- Tweeter Size0.75 inches
- Woofer Size6.5 inches
- Subwoofer Depth10.2 inches
- Subwoofer Height9.5 inches
- Subwoofer Size6.5 inches
- Subwoofer Weight11 pounds
- Subwoofer Width9.8 inches
- Manufacturer's Warranty - Parts1 year
- Manufacturer's Warranty - Labor1 year
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Exceeds expectationsPosted .
Big difference over my HP monitor speakers. Sounds great. Great for listening to music on my computer, watching movies or using Bluetooth option with music on phone. Works well with my Classic ipod with 3.5mm plug.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Well know company with great productsPosted .
these speakers really kick ! amazing sound quality for their size. I will use them even if my hard drive dies on me. better than most Bluetooth speakers.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Computer speakersPosted .
Sounds is crisp and clear. I love them!!! i love having the added woofer speaker.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Great sound for the pricePosted .
Simple controls and great sound for the price. Speakers are a good size and don't take up much desk space. And the sub has great Bass.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Great PC Speaker SystemPosted .
I ran into this Klipsch - ProMedia 2.1 Bluetooth Speaker System in Best Buy while searching for a replacement speaker system for my music keyboards (they have no built-in speakers) and that would also play music from my laptop or smart phone. The Klipsch brand was very familiar to me because over the years I have visited “serious” audio showrooms and compared relatively high-end speaker systems that included the Klipsch brand. Even before the sales person arrived, I was able to pair the Klipsch with my iPhone and was listening to playlists with ease. To say that I was surprised at the sound quality would be an understatement. At this price, I was unaware that this quality of sound would be available. I brought my wife back to audition (she’s pretty picky), and within minutes we had purchased the system. (Luckily it was also on sale!) We’ve had the system now for about two months, and the ability to use the Klipsch both by direct input from the music keyboards and via Bluetooth from my smart devices and laptop has been a really important feature. But it’s the sound that we continue to find amazing for the price. My keyboards create quite a realistic piano sound as well as quality orchestra instruments, jazz ensembles, and a variety of other sounds. With the Klipsch, I now experience the kind of clarity and balance that I had only been able hear on quality headphones. Reproduction of a variety of music has been equally satisfying. We have auditioned a broad range of music from Classical piano, choral, orchestral, chamber, etc. to rock, pop, Jazz, folk, blues, Latin, and others. I have specifically tested tracks that salespeople at high-end stores like to demo. So far, while not the equal of our main stereo system, it is far better than a number of popular systems I had listed to. And it’s only supposed to be a PC speaker system! At this price it’s a bargain. One caveat: After a while, you may have more than one Bluetooth device paired with the Klipsch system. With the Klipsch, a blue light turns on when a device is connected, but you cannot tell which device it is (e.g., one of your smart phones or tablets). This is common with Bluetooth devices. You need to disconnect the already-connected device, either by locating it and shutting off the connection or by power cycling the Klipsch. Similarly, to play from the keyboards or directly from a laptop using the 1/8” connector, the Bluetooth light must be off, i.e., no device can be already connected via Bluetooth. Also, for truly balanced sound, make sure the subwoofer control is not turned up too high.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Awsome computer speakersPosted .
I have had several speakers hooked up to computers over the years, HK, Logitech, Altec Lansing and more. I listen to more music these days and have been using Sennheiser headphones for better sound. I found these at Best Buy, Klipsch has had the same basic speaker for about 14 years. The Bluetooth edition came out in 2016. No longer carrying the THX name. The plug I have seen complaints on (back of the subwoofer) has been changed and is much hardier. Set up is easy and straight forward, wires connect easily. The sound is simply the best I have heard from a computer speaker, not audiophile quality but then for $200 it is superb, crisp highs and when more bass than I want (easy to adjust). All in all well worth the cost.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Great SpeakersPosted .
So far (about a month) I have been using these speakers on a computer I have setup in our living room, connected to our big screen TV. This system is used everyday, and for several hours most days. I have the speakers, computer, and TV attached to a power strip so that I can turn the power off on the entire system at night. My set of speakers did not come with an on off switch--but about a month earlier, I bought another set of the same speakers for my church. and they had the on off switch. In both cases--so far--I have had no problems turning them off at night. Sound is better than any other set of computer speakers I have purchased in the past, but they are also the most expensive ones I have ever bought. Overall, they make my entertainment system top notch for listening to movies, internet, youtube, music, etc. when compared to all previous computer speakers I have purchased over the years. When I purchased the speakers, I wanted the Bluetooth feature, and used it quite a bit, until I was able to setup my entertainment computer. After that I plugged them directly into the computer using the mini phono plug. One weird thing that happened when I turned on my laptop--which I had previously connected to the speakers via Bluetooth--the laptop found the speakers and attached. Suddenly--even while the speakers were plugged into the running entertainment computer in the living room--the sound from the movie that was playing on the living room computer stopped. Input for sound was transferred to my laptop, so I had to break (un pair) the Bluetooth connection to my laptop, before the entertainment computer would play the sound again. One feature I wish the speakers had was a button to turn the Bluetooth on and off, but this is not a very big problem. Just a pain to have to unpair, change the default Bluetooth device, or turn off Bluetooth all together on my laptop.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Still a great performer and valuePosted .
Always had the Klipsch Promedia speakers in mind as an eventual replacement for my workstation. It just took 18 years for my Cambridge Soundworks system to finally crap out. Those were a decent sub/sat cube system and a step up from the Bose systems available at that time. Fast forward to 2018, and dedicated computer speakers have become a rapidly dwindling category. Cambridge Soundworks is nothing more than a shell label now, and most of the market has shifted to all-in-one Bluetooth and soundbar options. Those newer options have their place, just not on my desktop. I still prefer fuller range sound, a minimum of gimmicky processing, and two actual speakers that I can position myself. With those criteria in mind, I went with the Promedia line. The Klipsch Promedia 2.1 has been around since the early-2000s and updated many times. For one thing, the subwoofer now weighs 11 lbs instead of the 16 lb. heft that the original version carried back in 2000. The model that I bought at Best Buy includes the Bluetooth option that Klipsch made available in 2016. Best Buy no longer carries the non-BT model. The Promedia 2.1 BT uses a pair of two-way satellites, which differs from the one-way designs used on most other powered sub/sat systems. Each speaker has a 1" horn tweeter and 3 1/2" midrange driver. This makes the satellite units a bit on the tall side at 8 1/2" (at least compared to the CSW cubes I had before). The subwoofer is a 6 1/2" side firing design, with a front port. The unit is 9 1/2" high and the back plate where the amplifier resides can get hot (no dedicated heat sinks, so it's just a flat metal plate to dissipate heat). For the price, the sound quality is quite good. With a dedicated horn tweeter handling the highs, I expected more of the forward highs that I heard from some of Klipsch's home audio speakers. But, it's actually the midrange that dominates more. The highs are more subdued. The subwoofer has decent lower extension. It doesn't go too far into the lowest octave and it's not the tightest bass. But, it is honest bass and not just a boosted midbass to artificially give it more thump. My understanding is that the crossover for the subwoofer is somewhere around 125 Hz, so a little bit of directional sound can give away its location. As I mentioned, I was surprised that the highs aren't more prominent. But, I found that the speakers are VERY particularly about placement. I know that horn drivers in general tend to have a narrower dispersion pattern than conventional cone drivers, which makes for a smaller sweet spot. The horn tweeters on the Promedias give a very different sound depending on how I angle it towards the seating position, and on the height. When I first placed them on my desk with the speakers pointed directly forward, they sounded muffled. But, lifting them by about 2" and angling them more directly towards my head made a huge difference in the clarity. The imaging on the speakers is also astoundingly good once the positioning is done right. The stereo images are very prominent and lifelike with the Promedias. Once I tweaked with the placement, I could see why these speakers set the benchmark for the category when they first came out, and why they've lasted this long. Overall, an excellent set of computer speakers that works well with a variety of different music.I would recommend this to a friend
Asked by D.
- A:Answer I checked out the Klipsch website and it looks like this is a slightly newer system with a wireless option. The wireless is not bluetooth, but instead is a proprietary usb based transmitter. That was the only difference I could find. All other specs were exactly the same was the old system.
Answered by Sobered
Q: QuestionSomeone knows about no power switch (on/off) It means that it's in standby mode? Can it be damaged?
Asked by Herrkike.
- A:Answer Hi For the new model Klips Promedia 2.1 Bluetooth does not have on/off switch and all the time it´s "on", even when you are not listening to music. What I thought like You is to buy a surge protector with a power switch so that you can turn it off to avoid unplugging it from the power outlet.
Answered by Herrkike
Asked by Anonymous.
- A:Answer Yes. You can plug them into the audio jack on your PC or other standard 3.5 mm headphone jack.
Answered by ezaspi
Q: Questioneverytime i plug in the Klipsch speakers the bluetooth lights keeps popping on but i dont have anything set up for bluttooth on any on my electronic devices and the aux cord is attached to the desktop. I tried taking the power cord off but still nothing.
Asked by koulee645.
- A:Answer Is this the blue light which is an active Bluetooth connection? If is white is just system on Bluetooth available no connection. If is blue wonder if someone else in your household has it set up.
Answered by MikeyJEE
Asked by Spaceghost.
- A:Answer I am not sure the specifications of the the range/distance but I could hear tham working on a computer that I had on about 30ft away in the other room.
Answered by Skulljockey
Q: QuestionI am thinking of buying these for my projector because we want to have movie nights outside this summer. Are these speakers powerful/loud enough for a group of people to hear outdoors?
Asked by Hesuse.
- A:Answer If you're sitting extremely far back then probably not the best. But I would say within 20 feet as a whole yeah they would probably work just fine outdoors. Just don't expect your body to shake with bass since you're losing the sound everywhere outside
Answered by michigan1777
Asked by jg.
- A:Answer Yes. It can be connected with A/V wires and or Bluetooth.
Answered by bagofbones
Q: QuestionHi, Could anyone tell me if I could use this system with a movie projector/ would the sound be enough for a average room ? (the source of audio would be coming from a tablet). Thanks for any help
Asked by Zman.
- A:Answer they will definitely be loud enough.
Answered by tr92