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Spun Copper Cerametallic Woofer; Furniture-Grade Material and Finish; Flexible, Removable Grille, 2-Way Speaker Design; Linear Travel Suspension (LTS) Titanium Diaphragm Tweeter; Vented Tweeter Design
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Spun Copper Cerametallic Woofer; Furniture-Grade Material and Finish; Flexible, Removable Grille, 2-Way Speaker Design; Linear Travel Suspension (LTS) Titanium Diaphragm Tweeter; Vented Tweeter Design

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Spun Copper Cerametallic Woofer; Furniture-Grade Material and Finish; Flexible, Removable Grille, 2-Way Speaker Design; Linear Travel Suspension (LTS) Titanium Diaphragm Tweeter; Vented Tweeter Design
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Item Dimensions 7.95 x 118.5 x 157.09 inches 7.66 x 10.59 x 13.46 inches 21.75 x 20 x 16.75 inches 7.87 x 5.75 x 11.3 inches
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Klipsch RP-600M Bookshelf Speakers

Leveraging a 1" titanium tweeter matted to our proprietary hybrid Tractrix horn - the RP-600M bookshelf speakers deliver incredible acoustics to fill your home with loud, crystal-clear sound and robust bass.

FEATURES:

  • 1” Titanium LTS Vented Tweeter with Hybrid Tractrix Horn
  • 6.5" Spun Copper Cerametallic Woofers
  • Bass-Reflex via Rear-Firing Tractrix port
  • Dual binding posts for bi-wire/bi-amp

SEE THE TECH

HORN ANATOMY

Klipsch Reference Premiere series speakers feature a compressed molded silicon face thats matted to the 90x90 Tractrix horn to reduces horn resonance for a smoother frequency response.

ALL-NEW VENTED TWEETER

A vented tweeter design reduces standing waves behind the tweeter diaphragm for a smoother high frequency reproduction. The titanium tweeter diaphragm's light weight yet rigid composition exceeds the performance of aluminum, polymer or silk tweeters.

WOOFER ANATOMY

Klipsch Cerametallic cones are matted to a dual-layer, copper-wound voice coil for exceptional conductivity.

Reference Premiere woofers are housed in a non-resonating, stamped-steel basket that’s secured to a large magnet motor for exceptional efficiency and low distortion, and matched to our horn-loaded tweeters for optimal acoustic execution.

TRACTRIX PORT + DUAL TERMINALS

The rear Tractrix port is perfectly matched to the cabinet and woofers, creating ideal airflow with minimal distortion or turbulence even at the lowest frequencies.

The RP-600M bookshelf speaker features dual input terminals so you can bi-wire or bi-amp your speakers.

FINISHED TO PERFECTION

The RP-600M ebony and walnut finishes boast satin painted baffles with a scratch resistant design for an elegant audio solution to your home theater system.

Strong, flexible, magnetic grilles provide protection and a sleek aesthetic to compliment your home's decor.

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Klipsch RP-600MRedesigned from the ground up, the all-new Reference Premiere series leverages over 70 years of Klipsch signature acoustic expertise with cutting-edge technology to deliver the ultimate home theater solution. Leveraging a 1" titanium tweeter matted to our proprietary hybrid Tractrix horn - the RP-600M bookshelf speaker delivers incredible acoustics to fill your home with loud, crystal-clear sound and robust bass that no ordinary bookshelf speaker can.Hybrid Tractrix HornHorn loading maximizes efficiently and increases detail while focusing high frequencies towards the listening area. Proprietary Tractrix geometry provides the most efficient transfer of high frequency waves into the listening area. The phase plug and compressed molded silicon face ensure smooth frequency response. When combined, the cleanest, most natural sound possible is created.Linear Travel Suspension Titanium Diaphragm TweeterThe exclusive Linear Travel Suspension minimizes distortion for enhanced, detailed performance. LTS tweeters are a hallmark of previous Reference lines, making it a core component of some of the best speakers in the world.Vented Tweeter DesignThe new vented tweeter housing reduces standing waves that create unwanted harmonics, resulting in enhanced detail and clarity in high frequency reproduction.

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Features

  • 1” Titanium LTS Vented Tweeter with Hybrid Tractrix Horn
  • 6.5" Spun Copper Cerametallic Woofers
  • Bass-Reflex via Rear-Firing Tractrix port
  • Dual binding posts for bi-wire/bi-amp
  • Strong, Flexible Removable Magnetic Grille

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Q: Does anybody care about Ohms and Watt? Where are the specs for these speakers?

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WDeVercelly
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Very good - short of great. There are better for the same or even less.
Reviewed in the United States on August 15, 2019
Color: Ebony
Not as great to me as reviewers seem to think. Pros: 1. Very efficient. They can be powered with any decent amp or receiver 2. Very dynamic 3. Affordable 4. They do rock Cons: 1. In a direct comparison with Tekton... See more
Not as great to me as reviewers seem to think.

Pros:

1. Very efficient. They can be powered with any decent amp or receiver
2. Very dynamic
3. Affordable
4. They do rock

Cons:

1. In a direct comparison with Tekton Lores (comparable price), SVS Ultras and a pair of relatively cheap NHT SuperOnes, they are much less resolving in the highs and mids. Granted, the Tektons can be fatiguing. The NHTs and SVSs are not fatiguing at all.
2. The bass is a bit muddy and uncontrolled. This is probably due to to the port tuning. I’m generally not a fan of bass reflex speakers, but modern designs are very good. The Tektons were exceptional in that respect and the SVS Bookshelves excellent as well. The NHTs are a sealed design and very firm and controlled, if rolled off a bit. The Klipschs seem less than optimally tuned.

While these are very good speakers, I am not as excited about them as Steve Guttenberg and Sean from Zero Fidelity seem to be. For the price, they are very good, but there are better for a few more dollars. I would much prefer the Tekton M-Lore at the price. They are just as sensitive too. Also, the NHT SuperOne, while not as efficient (they require real horsepower - 50w or more) sound better at $200 for the pair. If you have the money, the SVS Ultra Bookshelf is much better, but also requires 50w or more. Both should ideally have 100w of quality power to run them. That isn’t cheap. Typical AV receivers are notoriously overspecced - don’t believe their claims. For music, you need a proper stereo amplifier rated 100wpc at full range (20-20khz), not just 1khz - preferably both channels driven.

So, in short, these would be great for home theater use IMO because they are very efficient, but there are better for music. Others do disagree, but this is MY review! ;)
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DavidGeeTop Contributor: Blues Music
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Good upgrade.
Reviewed in the United States on March 10, 2019
Color: Ebony
I have a deep love for my Elac debut B6''s but I''ve been wanting a bit different sound and maybe an upgrade in sound quality. Without making the elacs feel bad, these tick the boxes nicely. A little more dynamic, more treble, wide sound stage. The horn isn''t shouty, the mids... See more
I have a deep love for my Elac debut B6''s but I''ve been wanting a bit different sound and maybe an upgrade in sound quality. Without making the elacs feel bad, these tick the boxes nicely. A little more dynamic, more treble, wide sound stage. The horn isn''t shouty, the mids aren''t held back, the bass is neither overpowering nor anemic. Fantastic with rock, blues, jazz or classical. Live acoustic recordings sound present in the room. Great with good digital but better with a decent vinyl set up. Real efficient. The emotiva a300 is unnecessary really but these will take it and make a lot of the current.
Update; I''ve been listening to these a while now. Mainly vinyl with a smattering of digital and movies/TV. They''ve settled in and gotten comfortable. Truly a great value in budget HiFi. More alive than my beloved elacs (still a great speaker) and without any of the usual offensive qualities that sometimes plague horn speakers. These klipsch don''t disappoint if you have the dough, get the elacs if you don''t.
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Karl Engel
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Efficiency can make the difference
Reviewed in the United States on July 6, 2019
Color: Walnut
All observations were made using: Digital:Mac-book > schiit eitr > chord mojo > vista audio spark Analog:Sony Ps hx500 > schiit mani > vista audio spark Audioquest and blue jean cables Vivo stands filled with cat litter... See more
All observations were made using:

Digital:Mac-book > schiit eitr > chord mojo > vista audio spark

Analog:Sony Ps hx500 > schiit mani > vista audio spark

Audioquest and blue jean cables

Vivo stands filled with cat litter

These speakers sound amazing with well recorded music and awful with poor recorded tracks. They are not forgiving at all, please bear this in mind

1. The ability to express dynamic range differences, due to efficiency, and not normalising the track is an ingredient that separates these from similarly priced and also more expensive speakers. It is the foundation for all of its talents but will make you change volume a whole lot of times when going from one album to another.
2. They are not bass monsters, but not bass shy either. When the bass and the warmth are in the mix they will show them. Small rooms will do fine without subwoofers.
3. They are not bright but they will express harshness of some recordings as well as brightness of some naturally coarse instruments (trumpets for instance). Using the grill will attenuate this brightness. Firing straight and no toe-in will help as well, and it widens the soundstage by a huge margin.
4. Amazing for piano
5. Voices lack a little bit of thickness but they show more air around them and you can virtually perceive a torso singer and not a head or mouth singer.
6. They need a bit of space from the wall. Bass will be less boomy and depth will develop.

Can''t comment on the vinyl wrap finish as I ended up receiving the piano gloss due to backorders.

These are replacing my Kef Q100 and even though I love the kefs I think these are an upgrade and a step towards a more audiophile kind of sound.
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HL
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Fantastic Sound, Efficient Speakers
Reviewed in the United States on February 19, 2019
Color: Ebony
I''ve owned quite a few bookshelf speaker over the years and these are wonderful. Klipsch has been known for having ''bright'' sounding speakers, but I feel this particular model is very balanced. They''re incredibly efficient and dynamic - I personally feel the newer Reference... See more
I''ve owned quite a few bookshelf speaker over the years and these are wonderful. Klipsch has been known for having ''bright'' sounding speakers, but I feel this particular model is very balanced. They''re incredibly efficient and dynamic - I personally feel the newer Reference Premiere models have been an incredible improvement.
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JaxMacFL
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Powerful Punch for Bookself Speakers
Reviewed in the United States on May 3, 2019
Color: Ebony
Wife said "no" to floor speakers (RP-6000f), took up to much valuable front room real estate. But the RP-600m along with the RP-504c center and the SPL-120 subwoofer compliment each other for a very exciting and immersive atmosphere. Could not be happier with these.
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Brittney
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Fantastic Speakers!
Reviewed in the United States on June 4, 2019
Color: Ebony
First off, I LOVE listening to these speakers. A lot of people complain of a “bright” sound with these speakers but that hasn’t been my experience. It’s highly dependent on what you’re used to listening to though. If you’re used to beats speakers or other similar offerings... See more
First off, I LOVE listening to these speakers. A lot of people complain of a “bright” sound with these speakers but that hasn’t been my experience. It’s highly dependent on what you’re used to listening to though. If you’re used to beats speakers or other similar offerings then these will absolutely feel like they lack bass but you should break yourself from the belief that bass equals quality because that’s just not true. If you want more bass just EQ. I’ll occasionally use the bass boost setting on my receiver because my sub is a bit lacking and the Klipsch sound great in that instance too.

Snare hits sound crazy realistic. Live music shines to the point you can close your eyes and really imagine yourself there. Also, these speakers are just great to look at and are sure to impress.

The only cons of have found with these speakers is that the vinyl doesn’t feel as high quality as I’d like it to but it’s not that big of a negative considering I’m not stroking my speakers that often. The second small negative is that they don’t image the sound as well as similarly priced options but that’s probably not something that most people will pick up on. However, this can be remedied a bit by angling the speakers inward just a little.

Overall I’m extremely pleased with these. They sound great, look great, and all for a price that feels more than fair. 10/10 recommend.
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AJA
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Just what I needed
Reviewed in the United States on December 15, 2018
Color: Ebony
The bookshelf speakers are just what I needed. They deliver fantastic sound quality without breaking the bank. They look really good and blend in well with the surroundings. My wife was skeptical about how these would look in our family room but now that they''re up, we... See more
The bookshelf speakers are just what I needed. They deliver fantastic sound quality without breaking the bank. They look really good and blend in well with the surroundings. My wife was skeptical about how these would look in our family room but now that they''re up, we are all very happy. I highly recommend then.
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Dangerous Dirk
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
These speakers will slap the taste out of your mouth, but in a positive way
Reviewed in the United States on February 27, 2020
Color: Ebony
Upgraded from 20 year old bose dual cube speakers and sub to these bookshelf speakers. I was originally looking at the floor standing speakers because when I think “bookshelf speaker” I felt like it was just a budget way to get some mediocre sound. Well, I’m... See more
Upgraded from 20 year old bose dual cube speakers and sub to these bookshelf speakers. I was originally looking at the floor standing speakers because when I think “bookshelf speaker” I felt like it was just a budget way to get some mediocre sound.

Well, I’m here to tell you - don’t let the name fool you, these speakers will blow your back out! I have them bi-amped with a Sony STR DN1080 and I couldn’t be happier. Well, I COULD be happier, you know, if I won a “best amazon reviewer of 2020” award, if there is indeed such a thing. But I suppose that is neither here nor there.

Sound is rich and full and since I also have a decent sub, they don’t need to be super bassy.

They pair up nicely with the klipsch RP 450c front speakers.

These are well constructed and very solid. They also have a top and bottom set of speaker posts so you can bi-amp them if your receiver supports this.

They also come with some little rubber feet you should use to ensure there’s no vibrating because I don’t want to rattle my Lego tie fighter and snowspeeder to pieces.

I think for $500 these things are a great value and the craftsmanship is excellent
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mowngorilla
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Fantastic detail and separation.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 29, 2019
Bought these a week ago and heard the difference immediately,lovely high end detail and placement of instruments. You won’t need surround sound with these,(which I find tiring anyway) I was watching a scene from Breaking Bad set in the living room and could hear a clock...See more
Bought these a week ago and heard the difference immediately,lovely high end detail and placement of instruments. You won’t need surround sound with these,(which I find tiring anyway) I was watching a scene from Breaking Bad set in the living room and could hear a clock ticking away,even tho there was no clock in sight.In another scene Pinkman kicks a garbage can and it clatters along the street and travels about 2 feet past my left speaker.Another scene I can’t remeber what exactly now but the sound was about 2 feet in front of my right speaker.Brilliant,and wonderful with music too.Massive step up from Monitor Audio 2 Bronze.(Not knocking the Audio 2 Bronzes btw,but these are 2x the price so should be a league higher). Get a pair you won’t regret it.
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George
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Good at the lower price.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 27, 2020
I bought these about 3 months ago when Amazon reduced the price to £467. I literally couldn''t believe the price and had to check with Amazon and Klipsch that it was legit, which it was. They sound good, way better than my Mission LX2s. Very transparent, airy, great with...See more
I bought these about 3 months ago when Amazon reduced the price to £467. I literally couldn''t believe the price and had to check with Amazon and Klipsch that it was legit, which it was. They sound good, way better than my Mission LX2s. Very transparent, airy, great with brass, cymbals, and pianos. I''m using a chord mojo, mainly Cds, some vinyl. Amps are a budget Reison A10 tube, or an Onkyo 9010, but I keep going back to the tube, as the Onkyo can sound a little bright with these speakers. However, I don''t think they''re worth the full asking price, so keep an eye on Amazon to see if they drop the price again.
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Moff
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Wonderfully Warm Detailed Audio from compact but striking speakers.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 8, 2020
I''ve paired these with a Sony STRDN1080 amp and a Sony active sub-woofer, they produce a room filling sound that is rich in detail with a crisp high end and floor rumbling bass even without the sub-woofer. I''ve placed on a living room shelves at around seated head height...See more
I''ve paired these with a Sony STRDN1080 amp and a Sony active sub-woofer, they produce a room filling sound that is rich in detail with a crisp high end and floor rumbling bass even without the sub-woofer. I''ve placed on a living room shelves at around seated head height and they deliver a wonderfully active listening experience, I''ve not suffered any resonance issues even with only the basic rubber feet they come with. Overall a fantastic addition to my home audio setup and great value for money.
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Cyberwulf
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Outstanding quality
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 16, 2019
Some people say these speakers sound too ‘bright’ I say they sound perfect. Maybe on a massive room, they’d sound bright but in a medium size living room, they’re excellent. Very good range for the highs and surprisingly good bass. Just pair them up with a decent Amp and...See more
Some people say these speakers sound too ‘bright’ I say they sound perfect. Maybe on a massive room, they’d sound bright but in a medium size living room, they’re excellent. Very good range for the highs and surprisingly good bass. Just pair them up with a decent Amp and you’re good to go (I’m personally using a Denon AVR-X1600H).
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One works great, one crackles after a few days use.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 6, 2020
Very disappointed that one speaker started crackling a few days after setting them up. I listen to classical music at normal volumes and it still crackles.
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Klipsch RP-600M Bookshelf Speakers

Leveraging a 1" titanium tweeter matted to our proprietary hybrid Tractrix horn - the RP-600M bookshelf speakers deliver incredible acoustics to fill your home with loud, crystal-clear sound and robust bass.

FEATURES:

  • 1” Titanium LTS Vented Tweeter with Hybrid Tractrix Horn
  • 6.5" Spun Copper Cerametallic Woofers
  • Bass-Reflex via Rear-Firing Tractrix port
  • Dual binding posts for bi-wire/bi-amp

SEE THE TECH

HORN ANATOMY

Klipsch Reference Premiere series speakers feature a compressed molded silicon face thats matted to the 90x90 Tractrix horn to reduces horn resonance for a smoother frequency response.

ALL-NEW VENTED TWEETER

A vented tweeter design reduces standing waves behind the tweeter diaphragm for a smoother high frequency reproduction. The titanium tweeter diaphragm's light weight yet rigid composition exceeds the performance of aluminum, polymer or silk tweeters.

WOOFER ANATOMY

Klipsch Cerametallic cones are matted to a dual-layer, copper-wound voice coil for exceptional conductivity.

Reference Premiere woofers are housed in a non-resonating, stamped-steel basket that’s secured to a large magnet motor for exceptional efficiency and low distortion, and matched to our horn-loaded tweeters for optimal acoustic execution.

TRACTRIX PORT + DUAL TERMINALS

The rear Tractrix port is perfectly matched to the cabinet and woofers, creating ideal airflow with minimal distortion or turbulence even at the lowest frequencies.

The RP-600M bookshelf speaker features dual input terminals so you can bi-wire or bi-amp your speakers.

FINISHED TO PERFECTION

The RP-600M ebony and walnut finishes boast satin painted baffles with a scratch resistant design for an elegant audio solution to your home theater system.

Strong, flexible, magnetic grilles provide protection and a sleek aesthetic to compliment your home's decor.

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Klipsch RP-600MRedesigned from the ground up, the all-new Reference Premiere series leverages over 70 years of Klipsch signature acoustic expertise with cutting-edge technology to deliver the ultimate home theater solution. Leveraging a 1" titanium tweeter matted to our proprietary hybrid Tractrix horn - the RP-600M bookshelf speaker delivers incredible acoustics to fill your home with loud, crystal-clear sound and robust bass that no ordinary bookshelf speaker can.Hybrid Tractrix HornHorn loading maximizes efficiently and increases detail while focusing high frequencies towards the listening area. Proprietary Tractrix geometry provides the most efficient transfer of high frequency waves into the listening area. The phase plug and compressed molded silicon face ensure smooth frequency response. When combined, the cleanest, most natural sound possible is created.Linear Travel Suspension Titanium Diaphragm TweeterThe exclusive Linear Travel Suspension minimizes distortion for enhanced, detailed performance. LTS tweeters are a hallmark of previous Reference lines, making it a core component of some of the best speakers in the world.Vented Tweeter DesignThe new vented tweeter housing reduces standing waves that create unwanted harmonics, resulting in enhanced detail and clarity in high frequency reproduction.

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Features

  • 1” Titanium LTS Vented Tweeter with Hybrid Tractrix Horn
  • 6.5" Spun Copper Cerametallic Woofers
  • Bass-Reflex via Rear-Firing Tractrix port
  • Dual binding posts for bi-wire/bi-amp
  • Strong, Flexible Removable Magnetic Grille

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Q: Does anybody care about Ohms and Watt? Where are the specs for these speakers?

A: Their sensitivity of 96dB with 2.83V at 1 meter is what most distinguishes these Kliosch R…

zilch0 | 2 years ago

Q: I have a Sansui G-6000, 65 watts per channel. I would work well with these speakers?

A: I don''t want to get into an argument on this forum (tastes differ!) but it depends on what…

John P. | 2 years ago

Q: Can these be used as desktop speakers? I have a very large L-shaped desk (almost 4 feet d…

A: Yes you can, but why? These speakers need a little room to breath. They sound their best 1…

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Q: What''s the difference between the "ebony" and "piano black" colors? Hard to tell from the …

A: Ebony has a wood grain. Piano black is a smooth lacquer finish (no visible wood grain, li…

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WDeVercelly
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Very good - short of great. There are better for the same or even less.
Reviewed in the United States on August 15, 2019
Color: Ebony
Not as great to me as reviewers seem to think. Pros: 1. Very efficient. They can be powered with any decent amp or receiver 2. Very dynamic 3. Affordable 4. They do rock Cons: 1. In a direct comparison with Tekton... See more
Not as great to me as reviewers seem to think.

Pros:

1. Very efficient. They can be powered with any decent amp or receiver
2. Very dynamic
3. Affordable
4. They do rock

Cons:

1. In a direct comparison with Tekton Lores (comparable price), SVS Ultras and a pair of relatively cheap NHT SuperOnes, they are much less resolving in the highs and mids. Granted, the Tektons can be fatiguing. The NHTs and SVSs are not fatiguing at all.
2. The bass is a bit muddy and uncontrolled. This is probably due to to the port tuning. I’m generally not a fan of bass reflex speakers, but modern designs are very good. The Tektons were exceptional in that respect and the SVS Bookshelves excellent as well. The NHTs are a sealed design and very firm and controlled, if rolled off a bit. The Klipschs seem less than optimally tuned.

While these are very good speakers, I am not as excited about them as Steve Guttenberg and Sean from Zero Fidelity seem to be. For the price, they are very good, but there are better for a few more dollars. I would much prefer the Tekton M-Lore at the price. They are just as sensitive too. Also, the NHT SuperOne, while not as efficient (they require real horsepower - 50w or more) sound better at $200 for the pair. If you have the money, the SVS Ultra Bookshelf is much better, but also requires 50w or more. Both should ideally have 100w of quality power to run them. That isn’t cheap. Typical AV receivers are notoriously overspecced - don’t believe their claims. For music, you need a proper stereo amplifier rated 100wpc at full range (20-20khz), not just 1khz - preferably both channels driven.

So, in short, these would be great for home theater use IMO because they are very efficient, but there are better for music. Others do disagree, but this is MY review! ;)
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DavidGeeTop Contributor: Blues Music
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Good upgrade.
Reviewed in the United States on March 10, 2019
Color: Ebony
I have a deep love for my Elac debut B6''s but I''ve been wanting a bit different sound and maybe an upgrade in sound quality. Without making the elacs feel bad, these tick the boxes nicely. A little more dynamic, more treble, wide sound stage. The horn isn''t shouty, the mids... See more
I have a deep love for my Elac debut B6''s but I''ve been wanting a bit different sound and maybe an upgrade in sound quality. Without making the elacs feel bad, these tick the boxes nicely. A little more dynamic, more treble, wide sound stage. The horn isn''t shouty, the mids aren''t held back, the bass is neither overpowering nor anemic. Fantastic with rock, blues, jazz or classical. Live acoustic recordings sound present in the room. Great with good digital but better with a decent vinyl set up. Real efficient. The emotiva a300 is unnecessary really but these will take it and make a lot of the current.
Update; I''ve been listening to these a while now. Mainly vinyl with a smattering of digital and movies/TV. They''ve settled in and gotten comfortable. Truly a great value in budget HiFi. More alive than my beloved elacs (still a great speaker) and without any of the usual offensive qualities that sometimes plague horn speakers. These klipsch don''t disappoint if you have the dough, get the elacs if you don''t.
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Karl Engel
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Efficiency can make the difference
Reviewed in the United States on July 6, 2019
Color: Walnut
All observations were made using: Digital:Mac-book > schiit eitr > chord mojo > vista audio spark Analog:Sony Ps hx500 > schiit mani > vista audio spark Audioquest and blue jean cables Vivo stands filled with cat litter... See more
All observations were made using:

Digital:Mac-book > schiit eitr > chord mojo > vista audio spark

Analog:Sony Ps hx500 > schiit mani > vista audio spark

Audioquest and blue jean cables

Vivo stands filled with cat litter

These speakers sound amazing with well recorded music and awful with poor recorded tracks. They are not forgiving at all, please bear this in mind

1. The ability to express dynamic range differences, due to efficiency, and not normalising the track is an ingredient that separates these from similarly priced and also more expensive speakers. It is the foundation for all of its talents but will make you change volume a whole lot of times when going from one album to another.
2. They are not bass monsters, but not bass shy either. When the bass and the warmth are in the mix they will show them. Small rooms will do fine without subwoofers.
3. They are not bright but they will express harshness of some recordings as well as brightness of some naturally coarse instruments (trumpets for instance). Using the grill will attenuate this brightness. Firing straight and no toe-in will help as well, and it widens the soundstage by a huge margin.
4. Amazing for piano
5. Voices lack a little bit of thickness but they show more air around them and you can virtually perceive a torso singer and not a head or mouth singer.
6. They need a bit of space from the wall. Bass will be less boomy and depth will develop.

Can''t comment on the vinyl wrap finish as I ended up receiving the piano gloss due to backorders.

These are replacing my Kef Q100 and even though I love the kefs I think these are an upgrade and a step towards a more audiophile kind of sound.
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HL
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Fantastic Sound, Efficient Speakers
Reviewed in the United States on February 19, 2019
Color: Ebony
I''ve owned quite a few bookshelf speaker over the years and these are wonderful. Klipsch has been known for having ''bright'' sounding speakers, but I feel this particular model is very balanced. They''re incredibly efficient and dynamic - I personally feel the newer Reference... See more
I''ve owned quite a few bookshelf speaker over the years and these are wonderful. Klipsch has been known for having ''bright'' sounding speakers, but I feel this particular model is very balanced. They''re incredibly efficient and dynamic - I personally feel the newer Reference Premiere models have been an incredible improvement.
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JaxMacFL
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Powerful Punch for Bookself Speakers
Reviewed in the United States on May 3, 2019
Color: Ebony
Wife said "no" to floor speakers (RP-6000f), took up to much valuable front room real estate. But the RP-600m along with the RP-504c center and the SPL-120 subwoofer compliment each other for a very exciting and immersive atmosphere. Could not be happier with these.
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Brittney
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Fantastic Speakers!
Reviewed in the United States on June 4, 2019
Color: Ebony
First off, I LOVE listening to these speakers. A lot of people complain of a “bright” sound with these speakers but that hasn’t been my experience. It’s highly dependent on what you’re used to listening to though. If you’re used to beats speakers or other similar offerings... See more
First off, I LOVE listening to these speakers. A lot of people complain of a “bright” sound with these speakers but that hasn’t been my experience. It’s highly dependent on what you’re used to listening to though. If you’re used to beats speakers or other similar offerings then these will absolutely feel like they lack bass but you should break yourself from the belief that bass equals quality because that’s just not true. If you want more bass just EQ. I’ll occasionally use the bass boost setting on my receiver because my sub is a bit lacking and the Klipsch sound great in that instance too.

Snare hits sound crazy realistic. Live music shines to the point you can close your eyes and really imagine yourself there. Also, these speakers are just great to look at and are sure to impress.

The only cons of have found with these speakers is that the vinyl doesn’t feel as high quality as I’d like it to but it’s not that big of a negative considering I’m not stroking my speakers that often. The second small negative is that they don’t image the sound as well as similarly priced options but that’s probably not something that most people will pick up on. However, this can be remedied a bit by angling the speakers inward just a little.

Overall I’m extremely pleased with these. They sound great, look great, and all for a price that feels more than fair. 10/10 recommend.
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AJA
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Just what I needed
Reviewed in the United States on December 15, 2018
Color: Ebony
The bookshelf speakers are just what I needed. They deliver fantastic sound quality without breaking the bank. They look really good and blend in well with the surroundings. My wife was skeptical about how these would look in our family room but now that they''re up, we... See more
The bookshelf speakers are just what I needed. They deliver fantastic sound quality without breaking the bank. They look really good and blend in well with the surroundings. My wife was skeptical about how these would look in our family room but now that they''re up, we are all very happy. I highly recommend then.
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Dangerous Dirk
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
These speakers will slap the taste out of your mouth, but in a positive way
Reviewed in the United States on February 27, 2020
Color: Ebony
Upgraded from 20 year old bose dual cube speakers and sub to these bookshelf speakers. I was originally looking at the floor standing speakers because when I think “bookshelf speaker” I felt like it was just a budget way to get some mediocre sound. Well, I’m... See more
Upgraded from 20 year old bose dual cube speakers and sub to these bookshelf speakers. I was originally looking at the floor standing speakers because when I think “bookshelf speaker” I felt like it was just a budget way to get some mediocre sound.

Well, I’m here to tell you - don’t let the name fool you, these speakers will blow your back out! I have them bi-amped with a Sony STR DN1080 and I couldn’t be happier. Well, I COULD be happier, you know, if I won a “best amazon reviewer of 2020” award, if there is indeed such a thing. But I suppose that is neither here nor there.

Sound is rich and full and since I also have a decent sub, they don’t need to be super bassy.

They pair up nicely with the klipsch RP 450c front speakers.

These are well constructed and very solid. They also have a top and bottom set of speaker posts so you can bi-amp them if your receiver supports this.

They also come with some little rubber feet you should use to ensure there’s no vibrating because I don’t want to rattle my Lego tie fighter and snowspeeder to pieces.

I think for $500 these things are a great value and the craftsmanship is excellent
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mowngorilla
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Fantastic detail and separation.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 29, 2019
Bought these a week ago and heard the difference immediately,lovely high end detail and placement of instruments. You won’t need surround sound with these,(which I find tiring anyway) I was watching a scene from Breaking Bad set in the living room and could hear a clock...See more
Bought these a week ago and heard the difference immediately,lovely high end detail and placement of instruments. You won’t need surround sound with these,(which I find tiring anyway) I was watching a scene from Breaking Bad set in the living room and could hear a clock ticking away,even tho there was no clock in sight.In another scene Pinkman kicks a garbage can and it clatters along the street and travels about 2 feet past my left speaker.Another scene I can’t remeber what exactly now but the sound was about 2 feet in front of my right speaker.Brilliant,and wonderful with music too.Massive step up from Monitor Audio 2 Bronze.(Not knocking the Audio 2 Bronzes btw,but these are 2x the price so should be a league higher). Get a pair you won’t regret it.
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George
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Good at the lower price.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 27, 2020
I bought these about 3 months ago when Amazon reduced the price to £467. I literally couldn''t believe the price and had to check with Amazon and Klipsch that it was legit, which it was. They sound good, way better than my Mission LX2s. Very transparent, airy, great with...See more
I bought these about 3 months ago when Amazon reduced the price to £467. I literally couldn''t believe the price and had to check with Amazon and Klipsch that it was legit, which it was. They sound good, way better than my Mission LX2s. Very transparent, airy, great with brass, cymbals, and pianos. I''m using a chord mojo, mainly Cds, some vinyl. Amps are a budget Reison A10 tube, or an Onkyo 9010, but I keep going back to the tube, as the Onkyo can sound a little bright with these speakers. However, I don''t think they''re worth the full asking price, so keep an eye on Amazon to see if they drop the price again.
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Moff
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Wonderfully Warm Detailed Audio from compact but striking speakers.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 8, 2020
I''ve paired these with a Sony STRDN1080 amp and a Sony active sub-woofer, they produce a room filling sound that is rich in detail with a crisp high end and floor rumbling bass even without the sub-woofer. I''ve placed on a living room shelves at around seated head height...See more
I''ve paired these with a Sony STRDN1080 amp and a Sony active sub-woofer, they produce a room filling sound that is rich in detail with a crisp high end and floor rumbling bass even without the sub-woofer. I''ve placed on a living room shelves at around seated head height and they deliver a wonderfully active listening experience, I''ve not suffered any resonance issues even with only the basic rubber feet they come with. Overall a fantastic addition to my home audio setup and great value for money.
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Cyberwulf
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Outstanding quality
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 16, 2019
Some people say these speakers sound too ‘bright’ I say they sound perfect. Maybe on a massive room, they’d sound bright but in a medium size living room, they’re excellent. Very good range for the highs and surprisingly good bass. Just pair them up with a decent Amp and...See more
Some people say these speakers sound too ‘bright’ I say they sound perfect. Maybe on a massive room, they’d sound bright but in a medium size living room, they’re excellent. Very good range for the highs and surprisingly good bass. Just pair them up with a decent Amp and you’re good to go (I’m personally using a Denon AVR-X1600H).
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BiaMaith.ie
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
One works great, one crackles after a few days use.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 6, 2020
Very disappointed that one speaker started crackling a few days after setting them up. I listen to classical music at normal volumes and it still crackles.
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