Klipsch Unveils New CS-500 DVD Entertainment System

Two Speaker System Gives a Full Surround Sound With Less Hassle

Indianapolis, Indiana (1/08/07) – Klipsch seems to have solved the equation for a hassle-free home theater system unveiling its new CS-500 DVD Entertainment System. The CS-500 gives off a high quality sound with the use of only two sattelite speakers, a subwoofer and an A/V station.

Though the system is compact, Klipsch technology allows the CS-500 to rival the sound of most five speaker home theater systems. The satellite speakers boast dual magnetically shielded 2.5-inch high output woofers and a 0.75-inch magnetically shielded tweeter connected to a Klipsch Tractrix® Horn which allows the speaker to produce more output with less energy. The compact 6.5 inch down firing subwoofer is powered by 100 watts and can be easily hidden while still producing quality low-end effects.

“The cinematic depth of this little system is so great, you’ll find yourself scanning the room for the hidden center channel and rear speakers,” said Tony Ostrom, director of product planning.

Both the speakers and the subwoofer connect to a sleek A/V center which is capable of High-Definition output and progressive scan DVD. The CS-500 also has three auxiliary outputs, an AM/FM tuner and includes a universal IR remote that allows the user to easily navigate the entire system.

Installation is also easy with a color coded guide that allows the CS-500 to be installed in roughly 10 minutes.

The Klipsch CS-500 DVD Entertainment System is set to be commercially sold sometime in the month of April.

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