I thoroughly enjoyed my time with the Klipsch Reference Premiere system, and the RP-280FA towers specifically. I think a lot of audiophiles will dig the way the RP-280FA's subtly, slightly elevated treble brings out the details in movie soundtracks and...
7 expert reviews | 48 user reviews
The Klipsch Groove is a compact portable Bluetooth speaker with surprising power in the bass department, but it makes some compromises elsewhere.
5 expert reviews
I was starting to think that mainstream speaker companies had no business in today's subwoofer business because they can't deliver the kind of value and performance that some of the Internet-only guys can. The R-115SW proves that notion wrong. It's...
3 expert reviews | 48 user reviews
Klipsch R-10B soundbar and wireless subwoofer promises Reference line level of performance, which has set the company's standard for home theater speaker systems since 1999. Does it deliver?
7 expert reviews | 439 user reviews
The Klipsch R-4B sound bar delivers decent features and sound quality, but better alternatives are available for the same price.
2 expert reviews
When it comes to clarifying the details and adding a theatrical flair to movies or music, Klipsch’s R20-B is no slouch. But for $800, you should get a moonroof and a spoiler, not vinyl seats and a tape deck. The R20-B aims to wow with performance, and...
4 expert reviews | 19 user reviews
The Klipsch Reference Premiere speakers and subwoofer deliver maximum home theater dynamics and power with ease, and sound great with music, too.
3 expert reviews
Klipsch does not disappoint with the Reference series. These speakers have a deep and warm tone that reproduces music naturally and fluidly, making them a must-own.
1 expert reviews | 268 user reviews
Excellent speakers. They provide plenty of bass. I listen all kinds of music, orchestral, popular, jazz, and these speakers are really great. I have no need for a sub woofer.
2 expert reviews | 132 user reviews
Klipsch's KMC 3 produces bone-crunching, window-rattling, carpet-curling, scare-the-neighborhood-children sound.
10 expert reviews | 493 user reviews
If you favor performance over convenience and good looks, the natural and musical Klipsch SB 120 speaker stand is a decent buy.
8 expert reviews | 174 user reviews
The Klipsch RF-62 II floor-standers are the speaker equivalent of a 1970s American muscle car -- big, fun and brash.
9 expert reviews | 108 user reviews
Klipsch's latest portable Bluetooth speaker, the Gig, is a well-designed $199.99 (direct) option that features a swiveling kick stand so you can angle the drivers to face various directions. The Gig can get quite loud for its size, and delivers a more...
5 expert reviews | 127 user reviews
made my hole system sound great
14 user reviews
Speakers sound great! Very clean and crisp sound. Horns can be moved inward or outward to expand ideal listening area or make up for smaller set ups. I went with all in wall Klipsch for my theater and I have been extremely impressed! Would recommend to...
10 user reviews
The treble is crisper than burnt bacon. The the mids/bass are fluid and powerful. Zero distortion to my ear. Best $200 you'll ever spend.
88 user reviews
Nice speaker for the price ($200 each) If you can find the older model F-30s I would get them instead. The horn tweeter is brighter on the F-30s I own a pair of each and while very similar the list price says it all. The KF-28s list for $450 each and...
55 user reviews
Excellent speakers and sound for their small size and price point. I am using them for surrounds mounted high on the walls and for the sides of my room. Excellent dispersion of sound and very accurate sound reproduction. Solidly built as well as...
1 expert reviews | 46 user reviews
I love it! It brings a more appealing sound in my listening experience!
1 expert reviews | 35 user reviews
While it's still early days for Dolby Atmos and even earlier for competitor DTS:X, if you're looking to jump into "object-based surround" then these speakers look worthy of investigation. UK and Australia pricing and availability are yet to be announced.
1 expert reviews | 31 user reviews
Built our house 10 years ago with Klipsch speakers in the ceiling throughout. Put in a passive Sub-Woofer because the only in wall powered one I could find was over $1000. It just didn't cut it. When my 20yr old HK 3700 blew out I picked up an Outlaw...
29 user reviews
I first experienced the quality of Klipsch products about five years ago when I purchased a 5.1 Synergy Series setup. Since then I have been closely watching the evolution of the brand and admired the constant innovation they have produced. The...
15 user reviews
Sounds a lot better then my last Sony $75.00 subwoofer.
1 expert reviews | 450 user reviews
Love these bookshelf speakers. In combination with my Klipsch subwoofer the room explodes with sound. Great investment for relatively little money.
417 user reviews
Bass drop! Wow impressed with this product. Check it out at Best Buy and liked it. Ordered on Amazon due to the price difference. It's great sounds as it should good for a medium room. Very pleased with this product. Very nice design. Simple to...
260 user reviews
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