Klipsch ProMedia 2.1 THX-Certified Speaker System
The Klipsch ProMedia 2.1 THX Certified Computer Speaker System is great for movies, gaming, or just about any other task, and you can get it for $89.99 shipped (additional $13.53 discount automatically applied at checkout), today only, originally $139.99. What sets this apart from other computer speakers is the Klipsch MicroTractrix Horn Technology, which reproduces more sound from every watt of power, controlling the dispersion of that sound and sending it straight to your ears. Product page. Read more for a hands-on video review and additional information.


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Klipsch ProMedia 2.1 THX Certified Computer Speaker System (Black)
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Klipsch ProMedia 2.1 THX Certified Computer Speaker System (Black)
  • LEGENDARY SOUND EXPERIENCE FROM KLIPSCH AND THX - The Klipsch ProMedia 2.1 THX Certified Speaker System pairs the legendary sound of Klipsch audio with the revolutionary THX experience, filling the room with incredible sound for gaming, movies, or music
  • KLIPSCH MICROTRACTRIX HORN TECHNOLOGY makes a major contribution to the ProMedia’s amazing clarity. Their highly efficient design reproduces more sound from every watt of power, controlling the dispersion of that sound and sending it straight to your ears
  • POWER & ATTITUDE - The two-way satellites’ 3” midrange drivers blend perfectly with the ProMedia THX Certified solid, 6.5” side-firing, ported subwoofer for full bandwidth bass response you can actually feel
  • MAXIMUM OUTPUT: 260 watts of peak power, 110dB (in room) – to put that number into perspective - live rock music (108 - 114 dB) on average
  • PERFORMANCE FLEXIBILITY - With its plug and play setup and convenient 3.5 millimeter input, the ProMedia THX Certified 2.1 speaker system offers an easy-to-use control pod with Main Volume and Subwoofer Gain Control

Boasting two-way satellites’ with 3” midrange drivers that blend perfectly with the ProMedia THX Certified solid 6.5” side-firing, ported subwoofer for full bandwidth bass response that really fills the room. It offers 260 watts of peak power, 110dB (in room) and to really put that number into perspective, a live rock music concert is around 108 – 114 dB on average.