The Adrenaline Vault heeft de Klipsch ProMedia v.2-400 speakerset eens nader bekeken. De set bestaat uit 4 satellietspeakers (waarvan één met de controls) en een subwoofer. Ondanks wat onvolkomenheden in het geluid tijdens het regelen van de volume, was de geluidskwaliteit van deze set uitstekend. Vooral de subwoofer van de ProMedia v.2-400 is grof geschut. Hier een hap uit de conclusie:
Overall: These are some pretty nice speakers. They perform well in most gaming situations and provide a well rounded listening experience. They are well crafted, look great, and have some very nice touches that make them worth considering. The bass is absolutely huge, so if bass is the most important thing to you, these may indeed be what you want. They also have some pretty good treble performance as well. We did find that at low volumes, the speakers were almost a bit too intense for our ears. We had to throttle back the subwoofer in low volume situations such as late night writing and MP3 listening sessions. If we did not, the rumble of the subwoofer could be heard easily in the adjoining rooms.
The $250 price point is not terribly high for these speakers -- as long as they are looked at from the proper perspective. They are Klipsch's first serious effort into the PC speaker arena and are not necessarily designed for the hardcore audiophiles out there. Their mid-range performance issues will become clear to anyone who is a dedicated Jazz music fan. The mid-range throw included with the set seems to be best at helping to blend the bass from the subwoofer and the treble from the tweeter; and not so good at producing its own distinctive sound. Klipsch has identified this mid-range issue and has corrected the problem in their newest set of speakers, the ProMedia 2.1. This new set also includes something most gamers would appreciate -- satellite mounted headphone / auxiliary input jacks and a power switch on the subwoofer.