Klipsch has a reputation for producing future-proof soundbars, and its latest models are no exception. The audio veteran has released four new soundbars, the most notable of which are the tech-friendly Cinema 1200 (above) and Cinema 800 (below) (below).
The 54- and 48-inch bars, respectively, offer 8K HDR passthrough and Dolby Atmos decoding, as well as a WiFi connection that supports Alexa, Google Assistant, and Spotify Connect.
You’ll also get a pair of extra HDMI inputs on each bar to help you expand your home theater.
The distinctions, as one might expect, boil down to raw power. The Cinema 1200 delivers 1,200W of power across a 5.1.4-channel system with a 12-inch wireless subwoofer, whereas the Cinema 800 is a 3.1-channel system with a 10-inch wireless subwoofer.
Both sound bars are now available for purchase, with the Cinema 1200 costing $1,699 and the 800 costing $879.
There are two options for small setups and smaller TVs. For $499, the 45-inch Cinema 600 offers 3.1-channel audio with a 10-inch wireless subwoofer and supports modern essentials like Dolby Audio, Bluetooth, and HDMI-ARC.
If you only need the basics, the 40-inch Cinema 400 offers 2.1-channel surround sound with an eight-inch wireless subwoofer, Dolby Audio, Bluetooth, and HDMI-ARC. It is available for $299.