Klipsch The Sevens is a 2-way Powered Bass Reflex Bookshelf speaker by Klipsch. The Sevens's built-in amplifier provides 200-watt RMS( 400-watt Peak). The built-in power amplifier saves space & eliminates the need to connect Klipsch The Sevens to a stereo receiver or external power amp. It features a 1" Tractrix Horn Tweeter and 1 x 6.5" Fiber-composite Woofer. The speaker has a frequency range of 39-25k Hz. Klipsch The Sevens has an MSRP of 1299$ per pair.
What are the speakers in Klipsch's Heritage Inspired Series?
The Sevens is a member of Klipsch's Heritage Inspired series of Powered speakers. Below you can see the main specs of these speakers.
Klipsch Heritage Inspired Series Speakers
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What is the Frequency Response of the Klipsch The Sevens speaker?
Klipsch The Sevens has a Frequency response range of 39-25k Hz. At a minimum frequency of 39 Hz, The Sevens will provide a deep bass that will probably satisfy majority of listeners, especially for music. Movie lovers and music listeners who like to experience a full range response will still benefit from the use of a subwooofer though.
To focus on the subwoofers that are in a similar price range with Klipsch The Sevens, check out the Powered Subwoofers under $1500. Alternatively, find the Full list of Powered Subwoofers regardless of the price.
Here we have a comparison of how The Sevens's Low and High frequency values compare with the average, max and min Low and High frequency values in its class.
Klipsch The Sevens comes with a handheld remote which is obviously very useful to control your powered speakers from a distance.
Klipsch The Sevens employs Built-in 5.0 Bluetooth for wireless music streaming from your Bluetooth-enabled devices such as Apple iPod/iPhone/iPad, Android smartphone/tablet, Windows PC, Mac computers/laptops. The Sevens can playback up to 24-bit / 192 kHz with compatible devices.
Klipsch The Sevens supports the following Bluetooth Codecs when used with supported devices:
Klipsch The Sevens can be controlled wirelessly via Klipsch Connect application available on Apple iOS and Android.
Inputs and Outputs
- 3.5mm Minijack Input
- USB Port: USB-B
- Phono Input
- mono-RCA Subwoofer Output
- Digital Input: Optical, HDMI
- HDMI Input: ARC
Klipsch The Sevens External Dimensions and Weight
Klipsch The Sevens has external dimensions of (Height x Width x Depth) 16.375inch x 8.125inch x 13.1875inch (416.0 x 207.0 x 335.0mm ).
Base Surface Area
Base surface area of a loudspeaker may become a determining factor when the space in your room or desk is limited.
The base area of Klipsch The Sevens is approximately 693.5cm2 / 107.5inch2.
To get a better perspective on the real life size of Klipsch The Sevens, let's compare it with a standard size Compact Disc which has a diameter of 4.7inch (120mm).
Here we place the Klipsch The Sevens virtually next to a standard width amplifier and turntable on a BDI Octave Media Cabinet to get a better idea about the size.
The speaker with the built-in amplifier weighs 10.12kg / 22.3lbs whereas the other speaker weighs 9.03kg/ 19.9lbs. Here is a comparison of how The Sevens's weight compares with the average, max and min weights in its class.
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How does the Klipsch The Sevens compare to the Klipsch The Nines?
One of the natural alternative to the Klipsch The Sevens is the The Nines which is located one step higher in Klipsch's Powered Bookshelf selection.
Here is a scaled size comparison of these two speakers to give you an idea how their external dimensions compare:
Check the Detailed Comparison of Klipsch The Sevens vs The Nines for more details.
Cabinet type and Materials
Klipsch The Sevens has a Bass Reflex
type cabinet and a MDF with genuine wood veneer finish. Bass Reflex type loudspeakers (aka Ported, Vented or Reflex Port) have enclosures that uses a port, hole or vent cut into the cabinet. Ported designs are generally more efficient than the Sealed designs.
Klipsch The Sevens is a rear-firing port speaker so you have to make sure you leave enough space between the back of the speaker and wall or bookshelf so that it has room to breathe.
Klipsch The Sevens is available in Black and Walnut.
The Sevens doesn't sport any built-in mounting bracket, so you need an external structure to mount it on walls.
Does the Klipsch The Sevens come with a Grille?
The Sevens comes with magnetic grilles. The purpose of the grille is to protect the delicate driver elements from external impacts while still allowing the sound to pass as clearly as possible. Since the included grille of the The Sevens is magnetic type, it is very easy to put it on and off.
What's in the Box of Klipsch The Sevens?
Here are the items that are included inside the box of The Sevens:
Powered speaker (Primary) Passive speaker (Secondary) 2 Grilles (pre-installed) 6.5-feet AC power cord 13-feet Proprietary speaker cable 6.5-feet Proprietary extension cable 58-inch HDMI cable 5-feet USB-B to USB-A cable Remote control 2 AAA batteries Instruction Booklet Need Help? Card
For more information about how to setup, use and maintain the Klipsch The Sevens, use the direct link below to download the official manual document:
Download User Manual for Klipsch The Sevens
Official Product Page
Official manufacturer's product page for the Klipsch The Sevens speaker can be found below:
Official Product Page for Klipsch The Sevens
1 Year of parts warranty and 1 Year of labor warranty is generally provided by the manufacturer.