It has 5 speakers–3 for the rear and 2 for the front, along with feet which can be adjusted according to your convenience.
The bars are wrapped in a metallic cloth cover, on top of which there is a soft rubbery material that adds grip and improves comfort while holding them. The speaker also has buttons for power as well as volume control, an HDMI port for wired connection, and a reset switch.
How Do They Sound?
The Klipsch speakers have great cinematic sound, however, the bass is a little on the softer side, which is totally fine as most people won’t be looking for deep rumbling sounds out of a 5.1 surround sound system.
Set-Up: The setup process is very easy, the manual is clear and to the point, so using it is quite simple. You can also use an HDMI inputs cable or Bluetooth to connect various devices to this system.
The built-in speakers get paired with each other automatically; you just have to press the pairing button once for all of them to work together.
After that, all you have to do is press the power button and your system will get on in a matter of seconds.
I would also like to add here that there are various sound Formats available for movies/music, etc., these being: Movie mode – While watching movies, turn this mode on as it enhances the sound quality tremendously.
Sound Off – Turning this on will stop all of the sounds coming from the system.
Quick Sound – Speeds up the audio output, great if you like faster playback speeds but remember to turn it off after use as it might prove harmful to your hearing!
Night Mode – This mode is a little different from all the other modes, as it is basically a night mode and all you have to do is press the button once, and the lights on the side will turn off.