Energy Take Classic Home Theater System
The Energy Take Classic Home Theater System offers a great variety of facilities. It is equipped with an 8 in. subwoofer for deep bass which very compact thus does not require much space to keep. The subwoofer consumes 200-watt of power. The speakers utilize 100 watts of power per channel for a speedy service. The Energy Take Classic Home Theater System looks great with your flat screen T.V. with its high-gloss black finish. Order the Energy Take Classic Home Theater System now!
What It Is and Why You Need It:
A Closer Look:
Take Classic proves that convenience doesn’t have to mean compromise. Sure, you can shop for individual home theater components—but you won’t get better performance, or better looks.
We picked the best of Energy’s technologies, so Take Classic can fill your room with hair-rising effects and theater-like sound: hyperbolic aluminum dome tweeters for screaming highs, Convergent Source Modules for clear, crisp dialogue and music and a Ribbed Elliptical Surround on the subwoofer that makes every explosion a room shaking affair. Keyhole slots, threaded inserts and rubber bumpers let you choose how and where to place your speakers.
Take Classic components were developed with Energy’s principles in mind:
Flat On-Axis Frequency Response with Wide Bandwidth: Speakers should reproduce the entire audio range in a uniform manner. By ensuring that no one frequency dominates any other, Energy ensures that every note is the way it was intended to be—and the sound as natural as possible.
Wide and Constant Dispersion: Sound at all frequencies radiating from the speaker should be in an even pattern, in all directions throughout the room.
Low Distortion and Resonance: speaker system is distortion- or resonance-free, but Energy has achieved a significantly lower distortion level, a clearly audible improvement.
The Take Classic 5.1 home theater system offers terrific performance and great features:
Take Classic raises the bar for 5.1 speaker system performance. It includes a powerful 200-watt subwoofer with a front-firing port, 8-inch driver and Ribbed Elliptical Surround™ for bass that you feel as much as hear. The Convergent Source Module (CSM), with its 3-inch poly-titanium woofer and .75-inch hyperbolic aluminum-dome tweeter, focuses sound for clearer dialogue and stirring music. The CSM gives soundtracks a dynamic frequency range and a huge soundstage, for smooth, realistic sound from each satellite speaker and the center channel. Music and movie lovers rejoice! Take Classic puts the passion back into your favorite films.
Maximum performance tips:
The center channel speaker needs to be centrally located so that the dialogue appears to be coming from the center of the screen. It needs to be above or below the monitor, as closely to it as possible. If you’re using a rear projection television, the most likely option is to place it above the screen. If you have a front projection system, you have choices—stand mounting, or placement on furniture, for example. It is important, though, to place the speaker so that its front edge is even with the edge of the shelf or stand supporting it. Unwanted diffraction occurs when the center channel is too far back into a cabinet or other surface with edges that could impede sound dispersion.
For left or right front channels, the distance between the speakers should be 6-8 feet at minimum for the best stereo imaging. The optimum room shape is rectangular, with the speakers along one of the shorter walls, facing the opposite side. If possible, do not place speakers against a wall or at rear of a bookshelf; corner placement is usually the worst option. Try to keep the speakers—especially rear vented models—at least two feet from the surface behind it, unless you use a vent plug. For best results mounting on a rear wall, position the speakers so they flank the main listening area and point toward the front of the room. They should be raised to a height of approximately six feet and should ideally have a space of six feet between them.
The three most common subwoofer locations include corners (which can result in boomy or exaggerated low frequency response), placement along a wall, away from the corner (producing moderate bass performance with increased fidelity over corner placement), or beside a front speaker (creating a better blend with the front speaker, but sacrificing overall volume). Experimentation with subwoofer placement is highly encouraged; slight adjustments can create big differences in sound reproduction. To test subwoofer placement, install it temporarily in your main listening position and walk around the listening room while playing a familiar piece of music until you find the best sounding position.
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Great speaker system!!!
This system blew away my Polk towers that i used to run. This system gives a much crisper response with my Denon receiver for both movies and music. my Movies have never sounded better in Blu-Ray, and Metallica and Tool have never sounded better! I can't recommend these speakers enough. They blew away my own expectations of what a 5.1 system could sound like from a small package. Well done system by Energy.
Great theater system for a living room
Sound is very nice, crisp. Watching movies has became an awesome experience. Speakers are compact, easy to mount. Subwoofer is a little large compared to the speakers, but its not a big deal. P.S. Used 14ga wires, and a av wire for the sub.
I'm not an audiophile but I needed new speakers due to a move. I like these because they're compact (except the subwoofer) and easy to set up. The settings on the subwoofer make it better to personalize the sound to your tastes and room layout. The 4 wire connections for the subwoofer presented the most problems but I worked around it quickly.
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