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Klipsch Reference R-4B Soundbar

Klipsch R-4B Soundbar with Wireless Subwoofer

Klipsch today announced the entry-level Reference R-4B soundbar with wireless subwoofer for $400. The two-way soundbar boasts premium drivers, two lightweight 3/4-inch horn-loaded textile dome tweeters for distinctive high-frequency detail, and two 2.5-inch midrange fiber composite woofers that round out the enhanced sound with crisp vocal and dynamic soundtracks. Its tweeters are coupled with Klipsch-exclusive Tractrix Horns to reduce distortion and increase dispersion more directly to the main listening area.

Included with the soundbar is a 6.5-inch down-firing wireless subwoofer that is housed in a MDF cabinet with a slot-port design for deep, powerful bass. The subwoofer pairs automatically with the soundbar given its sophisticated wireless technology. At just 3.5-inches tall and 40-inches wide, it sits comfortably under most television screens, not obstructing the view or the infrared signal from the TV’s remote.

The Reference R-4B soundbar is compatible with most Bluetooth wireless enabled devices. The included programmable remote has three listening modes for optimal enjoyment: virtual surround, night EQ and voice enhancement EQ. Its Dolby Digital Decoder allows the soundbar to automatically reproduce detailed, high-quality sound no matter what format of sound is coming from the TV’s output.

Removable feet and included keyhole mounts provide placement flexibility for the soundbar to be mounted to a wall or rest in front of the TV.

Price and Availability
The Klipsch Reference R-4B soundbar with wireless sub retails for $399.99 (US.MSRP) and is now available for purchase at authorized retailers.

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