SOUNDBAR REPLACEMENT. KLIPSCH The FIVES Review. STREAM MUSIC & NETFLIX
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Finally, a home theater soundbar replacement for music lovers. A review of the The Fives powered speaker system from Klipsch. The Fives powered speakers from Klipsch, Bluetooth Speaker Review: A two channel powered speaker music system with HDMI connectivity is now possible with the Klipsch The Fives. Stream Spotify music through Bluetooth or watch Netflix on your smart TV and enjoy true HIFI and home theater sound without a soundbar.

► REVIEWING KLIPSCH THE FIVES SPEAKERS

Klipsch The Fives Powered Speaker with HDMI-ARC:
Klipsch 600M Bookshelf Speakers:
SolidSteel Speaker Stands:

► MORE FROM KLIPSCH

Klipsch Heresy IV (our favorite speakers):
Klipsch R-41M Powered Monitor Speakers:
Klipsch 600M Bookshelf Speakers:
Klipsch Heresy III:
Klipsch The Three ii Bluetooth Speaker with voice control:
Klipsch Cornwall IV Floorstanding Speakers:

► TESTING THE FIVES

SMART TV
LG 8K Smart TV:

SUBWOOFER
Jamo Subwoofer:

TURNTABLE
U-Turn Orbit Special Turntable:

OTHER
iPhone 11:
iMac Pro Desktop Computer:

► COMPARABLE POWERED BOOKSHELF SPEAKERS

Kanto YU6 Bookshelf Speakers:
SVS Prime Bookshelf Speakers:
KEF LSX Wireless Bookshelf Speakers:
Klipsch R-51PM Powered Speakers:

► MORE ANDREW ROBINSON REVIEWS
Kanto YU6 Powered Speaker review:
Bowers & Wilkins Formation Duo Loudspeaker Speaker review:
Klipsch Heresy IV Floorstanding Speaker review:

The Fives deliver big sound in a tiny package. You’ll swear there is a subwoofer in the room when you listen to music through The Fives. These speakers are ideal for desktop audio, gaming, watching movies or just listening to records. These powered speakers are a compact, all around stereo speaker system.

► MY REFERENCE AUDIO AND HOME THEATER SYSTEM

LOUDSPEAKERS
Klipsch Heresy IV Speakers:

SPEAKER STANDS
Kanto Bookshelf Speaker Stands (budget):
Solidsteel Speaker Stands (featured):

TURNTABLE
Cambridge Audio Alva TT Direct Drive Turntable (BEST):
Fluance RT85 Turntable:
U-Turn Orbit Special Record Player:

BEST SMART TV
LG Nanocell 90 Series Smart TV:

BEST BUDGET SMART TV
Hisense 65-inch QLED TV:

MEDIA CABINET & TV STAND
BDI Octave Media Cabinet:

BLUETOOTH SPEAKER
Klipsch The Three II:
Naim Mu-so Qb V2 Multi-Room Wireless Music System:

POWERED SPEAKERS / DESKTOP SPEAKERS
Klipsch The Fives Powered Speaker with HDMI-ARC:
Kanto YU6 Powered Speakers (budget):

► ON OUR TURNTABLE / STREAMING MUSIC

Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, Damn the Torpedoes:
Phantogram, Dear God:
Jessie Ware, What’s Your Pleasure?:
Rocketman soundtrack:
Hamilton, Original Broadway Cast:

TOP SMART TVs
LG 8K TV:
Hisense H9G:
TCL 6 Series:

BLUETOOTH / DESKTOP SPEAKERS
Naim Mu-so V2:
Klipsch The Fives:
Kanto YU:

► MY STREAMING SERVICE
TIDAL (60-day FREE Trial):

► SHOP OUR LIVING ROOM

ARTICLE LEATHER CHAIR:
ARTICLE SOFA:
ART:
TV / MEDIA CABINET:
EVERYTHING ELSE:

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49 thoughts on “SOUNDBAR REPLACEMENT. KLIPSCH The FIVES Review. STREAM MUSIC & NETFLIX

  1. Andrew Robinson says:

    QOTD: Who do YOU think the Fives are for? Can these speakers replace a soundbar? Are soundbars evil?
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  2. -- says:

    Hey Andrew, curious what material the surrounds are on these speakers. Can't seem to find this information anywhere and I do not have the ability to look at them in person to find out my self. Are the surrounds a type of rubber or are they foam?

    Thanks!

  3. kory Andrusiak' says:

    i have a set of krk 5" powered monitors and they sound great! i was blown away by how much punch they have and how full the sound was for such a small speaker and also they are so heavy and i like that they just feel solid and well built … i have had mine for 6 years and they still sound and look great … but the five look much better then my krks my krks are kinda tacky and loud looking

  4. Andy V says:

    What do you think about using the Fives for the home office (as computer speakers) to stand close to the wall/window? I'm currently using 41PM with 10'' sub and thinking between Vantoo T1E, the 5's or nothing since I just bought 8000F for the main system after watching your review )

  5. Don Prior says:

    Just got these as a result of watching this video. The preliminary verdict is thumbs up – thanks for the recommendation. In terms of too much bass, I hope that people know that by default the bass is boosted, and you can hold down the "sub" button on the remote for 3 seconds to disable that. Might be worth doing if you are listening at higher volumes.

  6. Hoyt Maulden says:

    Good review. For replacing my soundbar, I am also considering the Kanto TUK's, currently marked down $800/$600. Both are gorgeous — one is retro design, one is contemporary. Close call on specs. Kanto has that AMT tweeter, more robust EQ, a headphone jack on front, and a 2-yr warranty. But the Fives have HDMI, that superior quality connecting cable between speakers, and L/R flexibility. I need a sharp/forward treble/tweeter because of high-frequency hearing loss. I might buy both and send one back — my favorite mail order source has both and also 60-day returns. I would add a sub to both to (theoretically) get better midrange from the woofer.

  7. DMProDuctions says:

    Oh man, I should really stop looking at speakers since my options list continues to grow.

    At $800, would you rather go for The Fives, or the RM-600s paired with an SPL-120 Sub (holiday sale price). The versatility of the Fives seems extremely convenient.

  8. Brad rawsner says:

    Obviously the fives by themselves, will be lacking because of the small size. However, I was told that with the klipsch sub, that would make it a true audiophile level system.
    And, klipsch is using the same ceramic tweeters and drivers from their reference series. Can someone please confirm this?

  9. Brad rawsner says:

    Here's the thing.
    If klipsch is using the same ceramic tweeters and the same drivers from their reference series in the fives? Then if I bought the fives paired with a klipsch sub, I'd literally have a thousand dollar system that would rival a system costing thousands more.
    The fives paired with a klipsch sub.
    Can someone please confirm this before I spend a grand?

  10. Brad rawsner says:

    Ok.
    I'm about to spend a grand on the fives and a klipsch sub.
    But I need one of you guys to confirm something first.
    Apparently klipsch is using the same ceramic tweeters that they use in their reference series. And they are also using the same drivers in the fives, as they use in their reference series.
    If this is indeed true? For a grand, if I get the fives paired with a klipsch sub, then I've got a system that would rival a system costing thousands more.
    Can someone please confirm this?

  11. john zhang says:

    I have those for 3 days. the only way to make them sound precise is to use an equalizer. cut off: 40 Hz -5.5 db, 63Hz -10db, 100Hz -4db.
    i do not even play around wit higher frequency because i think its really perfect.
    ANOTHER good thing about the klipsch : with audi oinput digital the soundspeaker automatically turns "on". i really love that feature !

    my specc before that was just an(logitech z906 amp with JBL control-THE BEST BUDGED DEAL!).
    but the klipsch make everything much bigger. even stereo sounds better than 5.1.

  12. Megatron .skeleton says:

    hi andrew Robinson thank you for your precise videos, you have taught me so much with your videos, i wanted to ask you abous the sub i am thinking about buying for my klipch five, i am thinking about going for the monitor audio MRW10 subwoofer, what dou you think about that setup is that a go for or skip ?

  13. Guitariste Metal says:

    Awesome review ! Really like the fact that you're not focusing on stats likes on the ASR forum. At the end The Fives cost 900 euros here, versus 350 euros for the standard 51PM. They do not have HDMI eARC, however, overall, does The Fives are really by far superior when it come for sound quality, plugged to a TV and pair with a smartphone to listen to metal music ? Thanks !

  14. Tim Bretches says:

    Great video! I really think you nailed it. I have truly enjoyed the fun factor of these speakers. Running them for music only via turntable and digital music. Added a Klipsch sub and some venom power cables and I am just blown away! I honestly think they punch way above their belt! Just wish those Solid Steel stands will come in. 4 month wait! My only complaint would be the low quality grills (toss em) and the phono pre-amp which sucks (buy a pro-ject DS).

  15. john zhang says:

    hello ! i would love to use these ! but is it possible to use them wireless with the klipsch surround ? or iwould love to combine those with a klipsch soundbar ! is it possible ? without cables of course 🙂 i hope klipsch can come with an 5.1 sytem including the fives ! like the canton 5.1 box somehow but klipsch =)

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