Klipsch💎 THX-5000-LCR

Zeos made review from Klipsch THX-5000-LCR

Frequency Response 80Hz-20kHz ±3dB
Sensitivity 94dB @ 2.83 volts / 1 meter
Nominal Impedance 8 ohms compatible
High Frequency Crossover 1500Hz
Power Handling 100 watts maximum continuous (400 watts peak)
Enclosure Type Sealed
Enclosure Material Medium density fiberboard construction (MDF)
Tweeter 1" (2.5cm) magnetically shielded, titanium dome compression driver with 9.6oz ceramic magnet structure
High Frequency Horn 10" x 6" rectangular 90° x 60° Tractrix® Horn
Woofer Two 5.25" (13.3cm) magnetically shielded, Cerametallic™ cone, cast aluminum frame drivers
Inputs Two sets of binding post speaker terminals (connected via brass strap jumpers)
Dimensions 12.75" (32.4cm) H x 16" (40.6cm) W x 12.5" (31.8cm) D (w/grille)
Weight 32 lbs. (14.5kg)
Finish Galaxy Black cabinet with Black anodized aluminum fascia
Mounting 4-bolt pattern 1/4"-20 thread
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I might be bit too pampered and too twisted with the sonic reference speakers with perfect imaging, spectrum balance and that can go load and only the insane make HT from them.

I still would like hear a HT with these speakers. Just for the experience.

Like the man asked “WHY is nobody talking about THEEESE?!?”
Think one of our members had these speakers, anyone else and what you all think.

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Member had them in a bedroom or den powered by a denon 4700. My kind of lunatic.

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mostly because you have to have a sub. and they are expensive and out of stock all the time. they are also ugly.

edit: they are specifically designed for HT. klipsch’s early success, and a lot of their cash flow, came from theaters buying their speakers to throw behind screens. these are modern incarnations designed for a THX HT system.

Smaller then thought they would be. $11000 for a 7.1.4 is steep.