Get this Klipsch home theater surround sound system for over 50 percent off

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While a movie’s audio may seem secondary to some, true movie fans understand that getting it right is absolutely essential in order to make the movie experience truly immersive. Because of this, this Surround Sound System from the Klipsch Reference Theater Pack, reduced from its retail price of $ 999 to $ 420, can be a defining factor in your home movie experience. When you’ve spent nearly that much on a television, you deserve picture quality that is paired with equally great audio.

The Klipsch Reference Theater is a well thought out, well thought out surround sound set. The subwoofer turns off, which means that it uses the largest flat surface in the room (namely the floor) to create room-filling bass sound. It is especially effective when you have a solid foundation with no carpets.

The aluminum tweeters deliver a clean, natural sound thanks to the inherent rigidity of aluminum, which means your highs are crisp and clear enough to let through all the thunderous bass. In addition, each satellite speaker has a keyhole bracket and threaded insert for safe and easy installation anywhere in your living room.

This is a complete surround sound kit including a center channel speaker, four satellite speakers and of course the wireless subwoofer. This is one of the best ways to get clear, powerful, and experimental audio without taking up too much space or requiring a lot of installation. Just set up the speakers, hide the subwoofer, plug them in, and you’re good to go.

The Klipsch Reference Theater Pack’s surround sound system is currently only priced at $ 420. This is a great opportunity to turn your next movie night into something really special.

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