Klipsch has introduced a new generation of computer acoustics ProMedia 2.1 BT . The main innovation of trifonics, as the name suggests, was the appearance in the switching arsenal of a new Bluetooth adapter , thanks to which you can not only do without wires for connecting to a laptop or workstation, but also broadcast music to Klipsch ProMedia 2.1 BT directly from mobile gadgets. At the same time, the previous method of wired connection through the analog input on the 3.5 mm minijack connector has been preserved.
Trifonik Klipsch ProMedia 2.1 BT includes a pair of compact two-way satellites and an active subwoofer, in which all the electronics are concentrated. The low-frequency module is made in an MDF case and is equipped with a 6.5-inch speaker, which operates in a bass-reflex acoustic design. The total power of the Triphonic amplifiers is an impressive 200 watts.
The satellites are made in plastic cases on elegant stands providing the required direction of radiation. The high-frequency range is served by 19mm dome tweeters powered by small, proprietary MicroTractrix horns . The rest of the range is assigned to speakers with a diameter of 76 mm. Crossover frequency is 3.5 kHz. The declared frequency range of the system is from 35 to 22,000 Hz.