Audio company, Klipsch has introduced four new soundbars in their Cinema lineup including ones with Dolby Atmos technology.
Cinema 1200 Sound Bar
The top of the spectrum is the Cinema 1200 Sound Bar, this is a 54-inch soundbar system with a 12-inch wireless subwoofer and Dolby Atmos certified surrounds. This should provide 1200W of power and a 5.1.4 experience.
The Cinema 1200 feature two HDMI input and HDMI out with eARC and there’s even 8K HDR passthrough with Dolby Vision compatibility. With the built-in Wi-Fi, you can use your soundbar with Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa and Spotify Connect.
The new Cinema Sound Bars (except the 400) can be controlled using the Klipsch Connect app. The app lets you update the firmware, get support and in a future update in August to control the EQ settings and a virtual remote control.
The Cinema 1200 Sound Bar is available now for $1,699 USD.
Cinema 800 Sound Bar
Below the 1200, is the Cinema 800 that is 48-inches in length and a 10-ich wireless subwoofer. If you pair the Cinema 800 with Klipsch Surround 3 wireless speakers (that are sold separately), you can get 5.1 surround sound.
Just like the 1200, the 800 has 8K video passthrough with Dolby Vision and HDMI eARC. There’s also Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa and Spotify Connect support via the built-in Wi-Fi.
The Cinema 800 Sound Bar is available now for $879 USD. The Klipsch Surround 3 wireless speakers are $279 USD each.
Cinema 600 Sound Bar
While the Cinema 600 doesn’t have as many bells and whistles as the other Cinema Sound Bar, you do get a 45-inch soundbar with a 10-inch wireless subwoofer.
There’s Dolby Audio processing, Bluetooth and HDMI-ARC. Just like the 800, you can Klipsch Surround 3 speakers to make it 5.1 surround.
The Cinema 600 Sound Bar is available now for $499 USD.
Cinema 400 Sound Bar
Below the 600 is the Cinema 400 that is just 40-inches in length and includes a 8-inch wireless subwoofer.
There’s Dolby Audioo decoding, Bluetooth and HDMI-ARC.
The Cinema 400 Sound Bar is available now for $299 USD.