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Review: Klipsch ProMedia GMX A-2.1

by David Ross on 10 February 2005, 00:00

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To start off, let's take a look at some of the specifications of the GMX A-2.1 speakers. You can find a more fully featured technical specification here if you so wish.

Frequency response 30-20 kHz +/- 5 dB
Max acoustic output 108 dB
Amplifier power - Satellites 14 W/channel continuous, 2 channels driven from 150 Hz-20 kHz
Amplifier power - Subwoofer 50W continuous, from 30-150Hz
Inputs 1 analogue stereo mini-plug, 3.5mm; 1 analogue stereo
RCA outputs Two speaker level outputs (spring clips)
Transducers - Satellites 0.75" metalized polymer tweeter and 3" metalized fiber-composite midbass with center bullet
Transducers - Subwoofer 6.5" fiber-composite subwoofer
Crossover frequency To satellites @ 140Hz
Tweeter 0.75"
Subwoofer 6.5" front firing driver
Weight 33.5 lbs

As we've just mentioned the GMX A-2.1 are (as the product name suggests) a 2.1 speaker set, comprising of two 14W per channel satellite speakers and a 50W subwoofer. These speakers are designed to accept any analogue stereo input, and thus are suitable for any device from a PC to a console or HiFi system. The diagram below, as found in the product manual, gives a more visual representation of the potential connectivity.