The award-winning Klipsch THX Ultra2 custom home theater system brings real cinema sound to the comforts of home by using the same professional-grade technology as Klipsch's renowned commercial theater systems.
Because it expertly delivers the raw explosiveness and fine detail of any film format the Ultra2 will shatter your expectations for home theater performance by creating the most dramatic and realistic entertainment experiences you've ever heard.
This system was built for versatility so any combination of the sonically matched LCR speakers will deliver seamless performance and the LCRs may also be used as surrounds. Proprietary Klipsch Tractrix® Horn tweeters and Cerametallic™ woofers are used throughout to deliver the ultimate in power detail and emotional impact from durable easy-to-install cabinets.
BUILT FROM THE BEST
All enclosures have the dado and rabbet construction used in Klipsch professional speakers ensuring cabinet integrity in suspended applications. Omni-Mount suspension points on the LCR and surround speakers facilitate wall or ceiling mounting using standard hardware. Each Ultra2 component except the amplifier comes in a Galaxy black finish with aluminum fascia. The amplifier comes in a standard black finish.
The THX Ultra2 system is a big step up in performance for home installation. It proves that big movie theater sound can come in a convenient take home size. In fact immediately following its launch the Klipsch THX Ultra2 proved to be a runaway success. It has brought home several honors including a 2004 CES Innovations Award 2004 CE Pro High-Impact Product of the Year Award and a 2004 EH Product of the Year Award for the KW-120-THX and KA-1000-THX.
THE GREAT AMERICAN SPEAKER COMPANY
Our founder, Paul W. Klipsch, was an engineer, inventor, madman and certified genius. He spent his life trying to bring the world better sound. Since 1946, we have carried on our founder's passion for delivering the best home audio experience possible.
You're not buying a speaker - you're buying a piece of American audio history built on more than 70 years of badass acoustic technology.