Introduction
This was a very difficult article to write, and I had given it quite a bit of thought. To compare these two speaker packages, it requires you to come down to the roots of speakers. I mean, what makes a speaker a good speaker? Then, what makes a speaker a GREAT speaker? Is it features? And when we speak of features, what do we consider "extra" features and what should be standard? These are the things that I thought about when I prepared for this Head-to-Head article.

Klipsch ProMedia v.2 - 400 VS.Cambridge Soundworks DTT 2500

Specifications

System Wattage Frequency Response Speakers Extras
Cambridge SoundWorks DTT 2500 ($299.99) 60 Watts Total
Satellites: (5) 7 Watts RMS
Subwoofer: 25 Watts RMS
50Hz - 20,000Hz Satellites: 2.5" long throw woofers
Subwoofer: 5.25" woofer in a ported MDF enclosure
Dolby Digital Decoder,
Stands,
Digital Inputs
Klipsch ProMedia v.2 - 400 ($249.99) 400 Watts Total
Satellites: (4) 60 Watts RMS
Subwoofer: 160 Watts RMS
29Hz - 20,000Hz Satellites: 3" long throw woofers, separate MicroTactix Horn for highs
Subwoofer: Twin 6.5" subwoofers in 6th order bandpass enclosure
THX Certification
Head To Head

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