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Save $100 on Klipsch Bluetooth soundbars in this amazing Black Friday home theater deal

Klipsch Cinema 600 Black Friday deal
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If you'd like your home theater sound system to look just as impressive as it sounds without having to spend a fortune, then take a look at these fantastic Black Friday deals on Klipsch soundbars.

Crutchfield (opens in new tab)currently has savings of up to $100 on two of the Indianapolis based company's horn-loaded soundbar packages, both of which feature HDMI ARC, Bluetooth, Dialogue Enhancement and have separate subwoofers for cinematic bass.

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Klipsch Cinema 400 $329 $254 at Crutchfield (save $75) (opens in new tab) The step-down model from the 600 (below) offers 2.1 channels with four built-in speakers in the soundbar and an 8-inch wireless subwoofer for a combined 400W of peak power. There's a vocal enhancement and surround mode as well a Bluetooth and HMDI ARC connectivity making this an excellent choice for a soundbar first-timer.

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Klipsch Cinema 600 $549 $449 at Crutchfield (save $100) (opens in new tab) This 3.1 soundbar with wireless subwoofer features Klipsch's signature wood finish and boasts seven drivers inside the main speaker, including three 1-inch soft-dome tweeters coupled to Tractrix horns for wide, cinematic dispersion. There's a virtual sound mode to increase the soundstage even further and three levels of dialogue enhancement. 

Founded in Arkansas in 1946, Klipsch has a long history in both domestic and professional cinema audio. The company, which uses horn-loaded speakers extensively in its products, produces soundbars with a design distinct from most other manufacturers, featuring wood grain finishes and exposed silver horns.

The Cinema 600 (opens in new tab) is a 3.1 soundbar with a wireless 10-inch cone subwoofer for a combined 600 Watts of power. Inside the main speaker, there are a total of seven drivers: three 1-inch soft-dome tweeters coupled to Tractrix horns for broad, cinematic dispersion and four 3-inch oval fibre-composite midrange drivers. 

There's a virtual sound mode to increase the soundstage even further and three levels of dialogue enhancement as well as Bluetooth and HDMI ARC connectivity.

Meanwhile, the Cinema 400 (opens in new tab)is an ideal entry-level model offering  2.1 channels of sound with four built-in drivers in the main speaker and an 8-inch wireless subwoofer for a combined 400W of peak power.

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Mary is a staff writer at What Hi-Fi? and has over a decade of experience working as a sound engineer mixing live events, music and theatre. Her mixing credits include productions at The National Theatre and in the West End, as well as original musicals composed by Mark Knopfler, Tori Amos, Guy Chambers, Howard Goodall and Dan Gillespie Sells.