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Costco Members: Klipsch Reference Theater Pack 5.1 Channel Surround Sound System EXPIRED

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Costco Wholesale has for their Members: Klipsch Reference Theater Pack 5.1 Channel Surround Sound System for $299.99. Shipping is free.

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  • Wireless High Fidelity Subwoofer
  • Spun Wire IMG Woofer
  • Linear Travel Suspension Horn-Loaded Tweeters
  • Wall Mountable Design
  • Detachable Magnetic Grilles

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I bought this system personally and absolutely love it. Costco will have it for $299.99 starting 1/23/21 to 1/31/21. Which is a great price.

Reference Theater Pack
We've taken the premium materials and acoustic technology of our coveted Reference Series and designed a beautiful 5.1 surround sound system to pair with your favorite A/V receiver. Complete with a wireless subwoofer, the Reference Theater Pack brings the Klipsch cinematic sound into your home with an incredibly minimal footprint.
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Flexible System Placement
Wireless High Fidelity Subwoofer
Cinematic Acoustics
Spun Copper IMG Woofers
Linear Travel Suspension Horn-Loaded Tweeters

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I bought these for about $350 about 6 months back and I don't regret they are great value for the money. These have been so heavily discounted because the subwoofer has a flaw. The wireless module on these subs is problematic. When I connected the sub with a cable to my receiver there would always be a very faint burping noise and when I place my fingers on the woofer cone I could feel the random ticks. Upon researching I found out that there could be WiFi/2.4GHz interference causing the problem. This would not let the sub auto shutoff which was not good for me. How ever when connected using the wireless module it was less noisy. I just decided to fix it by disconnecting the wireless module on board in the back of the sub rather than returning it because there's no way you are going to get this good of a 5.1 system for that price. Just unscrew the board and pop the wireless module out. it looks just like the laptop wifi modules. you could also just remove the antenna cable on the module I believe. I just hope many folks here would read this and avoid the frustration. Klipsch should have just removed this module and sold it without the wireless marketing crap. Any way that's good for us customers.
Yes, something needs to decode and convert the digital audio to analog and amplify them to drive the speakers. i.e. a receiver.
This is extremely incorrect. A center channel carries the vast majority of dialog in a movie, so it's actually the most important speaker when it comes to a home theater setup.

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Was just looking at this in store yesterday and hoping it would go on sale. Thanks for the early info. Have a rep OP!
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Was just looking at this in store yesterday and hoping it would go on sale. Thanks for the early info. Have a rep OP!
Yes I have been looking at it in store for a few months as well and pulled the trigger when it went on sale in December. Love it so far! I also bought the Yamaha receiver as well from Costco.
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Yes I have been looking at it in store for a few months as well and pulled the trigger when it went on sale in December. Love it so far! I also bought the Yamaha receiver as well from Costco.
Planning to set-up home theater in garage. Will this Klipsch system work standalone with the projector for audio needs or need a receiver too?
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Planning to set-up home theater in garage. Will this Klipsch system work standalone with the projector for audio needs or need a receiver too?
u need an avr
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What ad is this from?
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Planning to set-up home theater in garage. Will this Klipsch system work standalone with the projector for audio needs or need a receiver too?
Yes, something needs to decode and convert the digital audio to analog and amplify them to drive the speakers. i.e. a receiver.
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How do the satellites compare to Energy Take 5 Classic satellites? I have Klipsch RF 82 II fronts and RC62 II center but Energy surrounds for a 7.1 setup- would these satellites be better for my set up? I could use the sub for my computer monitors.

And the center, I'd just sell that.
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What ad is this from?
Got it in my email from Costco.
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Going to call Costco tomorrow and get the price adjustment. Got this system last month for $350 and the Yamaha TSR-700. If they don't give the adjustment, I'll pick up a new system and return the other one.
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Got it in my email from Costco.
Anything else worth buying in it? I'm about to pull the trigger on the $899 Klipsch set.
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Bought a set of these for a 12 x 12 living room setup. I ceiling mounted the corners with center under the plasma and woofer turned to lowest hertz setting.

It absolutely rumbles with clear dialog.

Wholesalers paid $600 a set for these when they were new to the market 5+ years ago.

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How do the satellites compare to Energy Take 5 Classic satellites? I have Klipsch RF 82 II fronts and RC62 II center but Energy surrounds for a 7.1 setup- would these satellites be better for my set up? I could use the sub for my computer monitors.

And the center, I'd just sell that.
I think they are on par with the energy take 5; definitely better design wise. My only complaint is the banana plug hook up is silly. Requires the narrow plug and the posts are so far in that the plugs don't seem to set fully (haven't popped out yet).

I have a set of those in the basement with 2 Klipsch Heresy I, RP504C, and a BIC Woofer. The Woofer and Energy Takes were from a SD 10+ years ago.
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Anything else worth buying in it? I'm about to pull the trigger on the $899 Klipsch set.
No that was the only speakers in the add.
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Bought a set of these for a 12 x 12 living room setup. I ceiling mounted the corners with center under the plasma and woofer turned to lowest hertz setting.

It absolutely rumbles with clear dialog.

Wholesalers paid $600 a set for these when they were new to the market 5+ years ago.



I think they are on par with the energy take 5; definitely better design wise. My only complaint is the banana plug hook up is silly. Requires the narrow plug and the posts are so far in that the plugs don't seem to set fully (haven't popped out yet).

I have a set of those in the basement with 2 Klipsch Heresy I, RP504C, and a BIC Woofer. The Woofer and Energy Takes were from a SD 10+ years ago.
I'm surprised you speak so highly of this box set when you have access to (better?) definitely more expensive options like the RP line and Heresy.
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