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Klipsch ProMedia 2.1 Wireless

At a Glance

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  • Klipsch ProMedia 2.1 Wireless
    4/5

    The ProMedia 2.1 Wireless performs essentially identically to the original ProMedia 2.1 speaker system, and that's a good thing, especially if you want power and bass kick. But if you don't need to stream...

At a Glance

The ProMedia 2.1 Wireless performs essentially identically to the original ProMedia 2.1 speaker system, and that's a good thing, especially if you want power and bass kick. But if you don't need to stream your computer's audio across the room, the wireless feature is limited in its appeal.

Price when rated: $199
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Pros

  • Outstanding audio quality
  • Can produce lots of bass if you want it
  • Plays extremely loud without distortion
  • Useful pre-amp module

Cons

  • Wireless feature less useful than it could be
  • Bass can get boomy with poor subwoofer setup
  • Inconveniently placed power switch
  • Non-adjustable stands
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