Originally Posted by Vikram Iyengar
Well, I've heard all about the Klipsch sound but after drinking the AVS Koolaid, I'm so scared of AVSers mocking me that I kept away from Klipsch even though I've never heard them. Now after my Xeo 10 experience, I think the bright Klipsch sound may be what I need after all. I need exaggerated treble and mids. My hearing for bass is perfect. Does Klipsch have exaggerated mids (women's voices and guitars)?
I have a Sony AVR not Denon but it does have that dynamic EQ setting. I turn it on but not sure I can tell the difference. I do use the loudness button on my Sonos and like it.
The Xeo 10 has no EQ function at all, I think because the transparency is their selling point. I found it bad for HT but very transparent/detailed for music, just not enjoyable.
Has anyone heard Klipsch The Sixes?? Maybe what I need.
Bluetooth® technology for music streaming with compatible devices
built-in phono preamp
each speaker features:
1" titanium tweeter matched with a Tractrix® horn
6-1/2" long-throw woofer
rear-firing bass-reflex port
frequency response: 40-20,000 Hz (-3dB)
built-in amplifier rated at 100 watts per channel
192kHz/24-bit DAC (digital to analog converter)
optical digital audio input (digital optical cable included)
2-channel PCM only
RCA stereo analog audio input (selectable Line in/Phono)
switch for selecting phono or line input
USB Type B input for connecting your Mac® or PC (USB A-to-USB B cable included)
stereo minijack input for portables (stereo minijack cable included)
tactile spun copper control knobs and switches
real wood veneer
RCA mono output for connecting an optional powered subwoofer
requires AC power (AC adapter provided)
speaker dimensions: 8-5/8"W x 16-3/4"H x 11"D
weight: 17.74 lbs. (right speaker); 16 lbs. (left speaker)
warranty: 1 year