Klipsch SB 120
WHAT WE LIKE
- Easy bluetooth hook-up
- Powerful sound
- Can put a lot of weight on it
WHAT WE DO NOT LIKE
- Hard to synchronize with another remote
Sound systems are meant to enhance your listening experience, whether you watch television or simply when you listen to your favorite music. However, not everyone wants to have huge speakers lying around their house and taking up a lot of space. Soundbars, then, would be a simple way to get around that problem. Compact and lightweight, these speakers are more affordable yet they do not compromise the quality of the sound being delivered. They are the perfect audiophile partners, especially for those who live in a house with limited space. If it’s simplicity and high-quality audio delivery you want, then the Klipsch SB 120 TV Sound System might be perfect for you.
While not the most innovative in the design category, this simple beauty makes up for it in terms of durability. It is basically like a neat, tidy little rectangular box that measures 32.7 inches in length, 13.2 inches in depth and 3.9 inches in height. It is also a bit on the heavy category, weighing at 23 pounds. I mentioned durability a while ago since, despite its compact feature, it can easily support televisions weighing up to 100 pounds. It can also be fitted on a table top or tucked away neatly on a shelf. With its clean black exterior, it can simply just blend well with any modern home decoration.
Don’t let the seemingly unassuming pedestal-type sound system fool you. This gem is teeming with features that basically gave its high rating. For one, it has been fitted with Bluetooth wireless technology for audiophiles who wish to listen to music from their devices in a more immersive, high-quality audio setting. This beauty is also rather easy to set-up with no complicated wire connections to the television. There is also an accompanying remote control, but the soundbar can also be programmed to respond to any remote control of your choice.
Simple in looks but impressive with the sound delivery, this gem of a sound bar offers a dynamic, realistic rendering of sounds due to several sound performance features. It boasts of the legendary Klipsch horn-loaded technology, and in collaboration with the dual built-in subwoofers, this technological audio wonder is built to transform your listening experience to a more profound, immersive level. Its 2.1 system also has separate mid-range drivers that help deliver full-bodied audio without help from any other additional speakers. Even if it does not deliver a full surround-sound effect, the quality of the audio produced is more than enough to meet the demands of even the most finicky audiophile.
In conclusion, this simple soundbar demonstrates that despite the sheer compactness of the device, it can still easily wow the listener with its ability to produce excellent quality sounds and profound bass audio.