5.2 Speaker System and Home Theater Receiver Bundle
A 5.2 home theater system INCLUDES a front left and a front right speaker which should be located at or near each side of your television or projection screen; a center channel speaker for dialogue which should be located underneath your TV, projection screen, or ultra short throw projector; a pair of rear surround speakers for off-screen effects which should be located near each side of, or slightly behind, your seating area; two powered subwoofers to provide low frequency bass effects which usually sound best located near the corners of the room; and a 5.2-channel or more surround sound receiver. Speaker wire, subwoofer cables, and HDMI cables are sold separately.
To be sure that you are buying at the lowest possible price (due to price variations, fluctuations, and sales), compare the BUNDLE PRICE to the TOTAL IF YOU INSTEAD ADD EACH SYSTEM COMPONENT TO YOUR SHOPPING CART INDIVIDUALLY (INCLUDING SHIPPING) before completing your purchase either way!
Are you shopping for a nice-sounding five channel surround sound audio system, but prefer dual subwoofers versus a single sub to more evenly spread out the bass around your room? Check out the 5.2 home theater system bundle below.
Klipsch Reference 5.2 Speaker System + Denon 7.2-Channel Receiver
The discontinued two-way, three-driver Klipsch R-620F floor standing tower front speaker [product link] [at Amazon] features a Tractrix horn loaded 1″ aluminum LTS tweeter, dual 6½” spun copper IMG woofers, and a rear-firing Tractrix port in a reinforced MDF cabinet measuring 40″ high, 9.4″ wide, 15.2″ deep, and weighing 41 pounds. Frequency response is 38Hz-21kHz ±3dB, sensitivity is 96dB, and power handling is 100 watts continuous and 400 watts peak.
The matching 18.8″ wide, 7.3″ high, 7.6″ deep, 13.5 pound R-52C center channel speaker [product link] [at Amazon] features a 1″ tweeter and dual 5¼” woofers in a sealed cabinet. The 11.3″ high, 5.8″ wide, 7.9″ deep, 7 pound R-41M bookshelf rear speakers [product link] [at Amazon] feature a 1″ tweeter, 4″ woofer, and a rear port. Speaker impedances are compatible with Denon receiver. The two 16.5″ high, 14″ wide, 19.2″ deep, 33 pound R-12SW subs [product link] [at Amazon] each feature a 12″ copper-spun IMG front-firing woofer and a rear port, powered by 200 watts continuous and 400 watts peak, and extending down to 29Hz.
The Denon AVR-S970H 7.2-channel network home theater receiver [product link] [at Amazon] can be set up as 5.2 surround plus stereo in Zone 2 with two different sources. Rated 90 watts per channel with two channels driven. VRR (Variable Refresh Rate) and ALLM (Auto Low Latency Mode) for next-generation gaming. Surround sound decoding includes Dolby Atmos, DTS:X, Dolby TrueHD, and DTS-HD Master Audio. Connectivity includes 6 HDMI inputs (three are 8K), eARC, Ethernet, 2 optical and 1 coaxial digital audio inputs, 4 analog RCA audio inputs, phono input, front USB, front headphone jack, and front mic input for Audyssey MultEQ XT32 speaker setup. Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. Receiver dimensions are 17.1″ wide, 6.6″ high (9.3″ with antennas extended), 13.4″deep, and it weighs 21.8 pounds. BUNDLE PRICE with this Denon receiver at Amazon.com.