Klipsch is a well-known brand in the audio industry, and it has been in the market for quite some years now. Due to the high-end quality, Klipsch managed to remain as a top option for users worldwide. And Klipsch Promedia 2.1 computer speaker should be one of the most legendary products from Klipsch.
The Klipsch ProMedia 2.1 THX speaker system is a perfect choice for people who are looking for something affordable yet powerful. It is one of the oldest PC/gaming speaker systems on the market and it’s still one of the most popular speaker systems.
Klipsch ProMedia 2.1 speaker system was first introduced in 2000 and it has been around for 20 years. The number of changes made to this speaker system are gradually improving.
The speaker system is THX-Certified.THX certification is a true seal of quality. From TVs and speaker systems to 4K HDMI cables, THX Certified home entertainment products have been tested and verified to consistently provide optimal entertainment experiences. In order to get the certificate, the speaker has to pass a bunch of tests.
THX certification is not free. Because the manufacturer has to pay for the certification and to make the speaker system a little bit expensive. So, if a device is THX-certified, you can be assured that it meets some really high criteria regarding audio performance.
Come with the box, you get two satellite speakers, one subwoofer, two speaker cables, a user’s manual, and warranty information.
The bass reflex port is on the front panel of the subwoofer and the 6.5-inch driver is located on the right side.
With a 130 watts 6.5 inch subwoofer. The ProMedia 2.1 THX bridges the gap from a PC speaker to a mini home theatre system. The additional power on the low frequency delivers a full, rich sound. This means gamers, movie watchers and music lovers will all appreciate the ProMedia 2.1 THX speaker system.
Each satellite has two drivers (mid-range driver and tweeter). The right satellite is considered the main channel. All the controls and inputs are located on the control pod at the bottom of the right speaker. On the front side, there are two volume knobs.
One is for volume control and the other for bass control. Having independent bass control is excellent. For instance, you might want to turn up the bass we’re listening to hip-hop, watching a movie, or playing a specific game.
On the right side of the main speaker, there are two AUX ports, one for input and the other one for output). You can use the input to connect your phone or any other audio device. The AUX output is a headphone jack.
Both satellites are hardwired. A fixed 3.5-millimeter cable enables you to connect your speaker system to your PC, TV, or DVD player.
When it comes to audio quality, the ProMedia 2.1’s full frequency response delivers clear highs and mids and solid thunderous bass. This also makes these speakers so versatile and could easily double as a medium home theatre system.
Klipsch recommends keeping the bass control set to 10 o’clock. To be more specific, this delivers consistent bass at both low and high volumes. Moreover, ProMedia 2.1 provides a total peak of power of 200 watts. Each satellite speaker produces 35 watts peak.
The subwoofer has a powerful 130 Watts peak. This crossover separation enables the system to deliver a flat frequency response.
After hours of listening to music and watching movies, I think that a 2.1 speaker system can’t get much better. The bass is strong and punchy, but it’s always under control and doesn’t get overwhelming.
The subwoofer can hit those crazy low notes which you cannot believe that coming from a 6.5-inch driver. The subwoofer delivers more than enough bass.
The best thing is that I like the most is it doesn’t distort lower midrange frequencies. When you crank up the volume above 90%, the distortion becomes noticeable. These two satellites deliver dynamic and detailed mids with super-clean voices and sparkling highs.
The highs are not too intense or piercing. All in all, the sound is very balanced, and the sound signature is neutral.
To conclude, the Klipsch ProMedia 2.1 delivers exceptional value and performance for the price. So don’t hesitate to purchase them because you won’t regret it.
1.EXCLUSIVE HORN TECHNOLOGY
Klipsch MicroTractrix® horns make a significant contribution to the ProMedia 2.1’s amazing proficiency. The highly efficient design reproduces more sound from every watt of power. It controls the dispersion of that sound and sends the sound straight to your ears for clarity, making no other system can duplicate.
2.CLEAN BASS OUTPUT AT ALL VOLUME LEVELS
The two-way satellites’ 3″ midbass drivers blend perfectly with the Promedia 2.1’s solid, 6.5″ subwoofer for full bandwidth bass response. With a separate subwoofer volume control, you can adjust for the best bass for what you’re listening to.
3.PERFORMANCE THAT CREATES FLEXIBILITY
With its plug-and-play setup and a convenient 3.5mm input, the Promedia 2.1 can double from anything from a TV sound enhancer to a 2.1 HomeTheater system. Its 200 watts of dynamic system power can fill even a larger room with sound. The headphone jack allows for private listening when desired.
ProMedia 2.1 Review 1
When I received the Klipsch ProMedia 2.1 PC speaker, I was so pleased. These are very well built. Hook-up was easy. The sound is fantastic. Computer speaker that has good bass and has a very low-frequency response.
The highs are very clear and distinct. The mid-range is a little more than I care for when playing them the flat frequency, but that is what the EQ is for and corrects nicely for anyone’s preference.
I have never had a set of computer speakers that sound this good. These are replacing my Logitech 2.1, which was the best I found until I found these. Logitech is no comparison to Klipsch. Comparing these to Logitech would be like comparing earbuds to a quality THX-certified home theater system.
The build quality and sound are far above Logitech. All you have to do is run a frequency test on the Logitech and the Klipsch. The results of the Klipsch are far more proof than a Brand loyalty option. You won’t be disappointed in these.
ProMedia 2.1 Review 2
The quality you’d expect from Klipsch is all there at a price that’s virtually a giveaway. Not sure what the THX stamp of approval means, but it doesn’t change my opinion of this setup. However, it must be why the movies I watch on my computer sound so good now.
The performance of the ProMedia 2.1 THX exceeded my expectations. I use it principally with my desktop Mac Mini, but there’s an input provided for other sources like a tablet or phone.
I’ve used the system with all three, and it delivers beautifully, with classic Klipsch characteristics. Bright highs. The midrange steps forward nicely, and that subwoofer could get you divorced: it’ll give you all the thunder you can handle.
One important thing to consider: this is a system designed for computer use, so the quality of your computer’s sound card may affect the quality of the sound coming out of the Klipsch speakers.
Klipsch ProMedia 2.1 Spectifications
- Total System Power: 100 watts continuous/200 watts peak @ <0.2% THD; 260 watts short-term peak power
- Satellites: 18 watts/channel continuous @ <0.2% THD, 1kHz; 26 watts/channel short-term power @ <5% THD, 1kHz
- Subwoofer: 65 watts continuous @ <0.2% THD, 50 Hz; 80 watts short-term power @ <5% THD, 50Hz
- Frequency Response: 35Hz ~ 22kHz
- Satellite Crossover Frequency: 3.5kHz
- Enclosure Material Satellites: ABS
- Subwoofer: MDF
- Enclosure Type Satellites: Sealed
- Subwoofer: Bass Reflex
- High Frequency Horn: 90° x 40° MicroTractrix?
- Inputs: 3.5mm miniplug
- Bluetooth: 2.0
- Typical Maximum Output: 110dB SPL (in-room)
- Outputs: 3.5mm miniplug;Headphone
- Dimensions Satellite: 8.5” (21.59cm) x 4.2” (10.67cm) x 5.67” (14.4cm)
- Subwoofer: 9.5” 24.13cm) x 9.8” (24.9cm) x 10.2” (25.9cm)
- Finish: Black
- Subwoofer: One, side-firing 6.5” (16.51cm) long-throw fiber composite cone
- Tweeter: 19mm PEI dome
- Voltage 110/120 VAC
- Weight Satellite: 2.1lbs (0.95kg)