Energy Debuts Second Soundbar in Energy Power Series

Energy , a Klipsch Group brand, has introduced the Energy Power Bar Elite, the brand’s second soundbar debuting in the Energy Power Series.   The Power Bar Elite is Energy's second soundbar in the Energy Power Series. The soundbar employs plug n’ play functionality, Dolby Digit
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Energy, a Klipsch Group brand, has introduced the Energy Power Bar Elite, the brand’s second soundbar debuting in the Energy Power Series.

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The Power Bar Elite is Energy's second soundbar in the Energy Power Series.

The soundbar employs plug n’ play functionality, Dolby Digital Decoding and 3D Surround Mode.

Included with the Energy Power Bar Elite is a 10-inch wireless, side-firing subwoofer that immediately connects with the soundbar once plugged into a power source – no other wires necessary. Available in a matte black finish, the compact subwoofer integrates into any living environment and can be setup to be controlled with many existing television remote controls. The soundbar also comes with a 1.5m optical cable, one RCA cable, credit card style remote, a pair of rubber feet, as well as a wall-mounting template.

The Energy Power Bar Elite utilizes a true, two-way speaker driver design. Its 7.5-inch tweeter is matted to dual 3-inch mid-bass drivers for detailed, high-output sound for almost any size room. Unique to Energy speakers, the CSM technology places tweeters and mid-woofers in close proximity to act as a single source for coherent, seamless dispersion. In addition, the Energy Power Bar Elite features 3D Surround Mode available with the touch of a button that adds spaciousness to the sound, simulating a true 5.1 home theater experience, according to the company. The 3D Surround Mode requires no distinct speaker placement, special room requirements or specific program material to work properly.

“We developed the Energy Power Bar Elite to both significantly improve television and movie surround and give consumers the option of simulating a multi-speaker system,” said Tommy Jacobs, director of customer development for Energy. “Unfortunately, today’s high-style televisions utilize thin cabinets that are incapable of clear, room-filling sound. With our latest soundbar, users experience an instant home theater upgrade as soon as they plug in – no additional equipment or wires needed.”

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