Enjoy lush audio with this Klipsch Reference R-10B 2-way soundbar that is compatible with most Bluetooth-enabled devices for simple connectivity. The included 8" fiber-composite cone wireless subwoofer offers deep-resonating bass.
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Deliver enhanced sound with crisp vocals and dynamic soundtracks for rich, full audio.
3/4" textile-dome tweeters
With 90° x 90° Tractrix Horn technology offer crisp highs.
Wireless subwoofer with 8" side-firing fiber-composite cone
For deep, powerful bass.
Lets you easily connect with a compatible Bluetooth-enabled device (not included).
aptX audio-coding technology
Helps ensure lossless, high-quality music streaming.
Dolby Digital Decoder
Reproduces multichannel audio to deliver a cinematic audio experience.
3-D Surround mode
Generates simulated surround sound for immersive listening.
Syncs the soundbar and subwoofer together wirelessly.
Perforated metal grille
Adds a stylish touch.
Include 1 optical digital and 1 stereo RCA.
Enables simple operation from a distance.
Let you create a clutter-free home theater.
Overall Customer Rating
4.6 (702 Reviews)
93% of customers recommend this product.
Posted by: Soulfly54 from: Waukesha, WI on
Wow. If you sat down in a room with your eyes closed and listened to the Klipsch R-10B you would never know it was a soundbar. This system sounds phenomenal. Crisp high & clean mid range. And holy subwoofer! The sub on this is a beast. Awesome and aggressive bass that remains clean with punch- not distorted & grumbly when you crank it up. Movies & tv shows sound like they're supposed to. And music sounds awesome as well, which has been my big gripe for a while with most soundbars. When I went to buy a new soundbar I was looking at Sony, JBL & Samsung models in the $300- $450 range. They all sounded decent enough. And then I saw this Klipsch model on display and gave it a listen. There was no comparison. The Klipsch blew the others out of the water. Quality buy.
23 out of 23 found this review helpful.
Best soundbar best buy stocks
Posted by: bandjoe from: on
This is the best soundbar system that best buy stocks. I had the older model jbl sb300. That in my opinion sounded pretty good, but i had an issue with speakers going out. so after the second time i gave up, its being repaired under warranty. So i went on a mission to find something that would replace this one. I wasn't aware at the time of what a challenge this would be.
First i tried the energy cs-30. My opinion is this is a pretty good soundbar, my issue with it was the midrange clarity and the crossover on the sub was preset to high so male voices would come out of it during shows and movies. This made dialogue hard to understand at times. so i returned it and bought the new jbl sb400.
the jbl sb400 had impressive bass and an over all good sound quality. Its very good for music, it lacked any high end " treble " clarity. You can't hear the sound water makes when it drips or the sound an arrow makes when its drawn back. I tried to like this one but it was no upgrade to what i had in fact i thought the sb300 sounded better.
I was looking for a good compromise of bass and treble clarity, i thought if i could combine the energy and the jbl. Then i heard a klipsch at a friends house he had the sb3 which is discontinued it sounded amazing!! I"m like i want this!!
So i take back the jbl and buy the klipsch r10b, i was interested in the r20b but no one stocks this for some reason.
I have to say the r10b is amazing, simply amazing. The bass is very clear and often surprises me. during shows its strong and when it needs to it can shake your walls. But the highs!! Oh man the highs are so clear and no distortion. You can hear every detail intended to be heard in a movie or show. And music sounds great as well. The highs and lows are so well balanced i still can't believe it. Voices are clear and crisp but not unnatural sounding. Remember its not a 5.1 system its a very basic and simple speaker combo that will impress the average user. If your a casual user who watches movies and tv shows and occasional music this is what you should buy. Its worth the money in my opinion.
17 out of 18 found this review helpful.
Love at first sound
Posted by: mnmatt from: on
I had a Panasonic DVD/Home theatre all in one system that I loved. It was 5.1 with a powered subwoofer and it sounded great even after 6 years. It sounded great. But now my wife is one that hates the look of the speakers and stands everywhere. It didn't bother me but it did her. Plus with a 13 month old running around, the speakers became something to play with. I started to get tired of picking them up all the time. So I started to look around at different options. I never heard great things about sound bars compared to the original, tried and true method of a receiver, 5 speakers and a sub. Well when I was in the Grand Forks, ND store, I was approached and asked if I was looking for anything in particular. I was already sold on a Yamaha because of the name and price. I was prepared to spend only $300. When I was shown the different sound bars I didn't mind what I was hearing, but I wasn't excited to buy and go home right away to set it up. I then heard the Klipsch R-10B sound bar and sub. I was blown away! The little hairs on the back of neck tingled as did the rest of me as I listened. I asked how much? It was on sale for $499.99. I was like no way can I spend that much. I thought about it and I left to look at a few other options first. I even looked online everywhere too to compare pricing and reviews. I then just made the decision to say heck with it, i'm buying it. The other one were fine too, but I have a ear for sound. I did not want to buy something for $300 or $350 and have buyers remorse and not be happy. So, I bought this system. As soon as I got home, I set it up. I had bought Pacific Rim on Blu Ray to test it out as well. I was in love. It was the best thing that I had purchased. The sound is awesome. Set up is easy. DO NOT LET THE 1 OPTICAL INPUT AND 1 STEREO OUTPUT SCARE YOU! Most all newer tv's have the digital output. So, in old school methods, turn your tv into the receiver for your home theatre system. Connect your directv, blu ray player, PS3 and Xbox to your tv via the HDMI cable. Then just use the digital out from the tv to the sound bar. It is the best way. I then connected my 300 disc changer via the stereo inputs. Programming the sound bar to my Directv remote was easy as I use the sound bar for all of my sound and the I do the over ride to allow AV1 to be my sound source. It is easy instructions. I recommend this sound bar to everyone. If you have a budget of $200 or less, that is fine. But, if you can swing it, save up a few more dollars for this. No questions asked, just buy this sound bar. Glad it was on sale when I bought it.
9 out of 9 found this review helpful.
Posted by: Nate from: on
I am completely pleased with my purchase, definitely a good buy for the money. Easy setup. Sound quality from sound bar is great for me, bass, however, is amazing when volume is up. I have my sub turned all the way up and normal tv watching it seems a little lacking, but still great. But when you turn up the volume the bass will definitely rattle the house, no distortion. I like to feel what im watching, so i was going to buy the R-20B (10" sub and 2 more speakers in sound bar) only to find out the power rating is the same, the only benefit to getting the R-20B is you'll hear some deeper tones. To most people, probably couldnt tell the difference, so i decided to keep the R-10B and save a couple hundred. Definitely a good buy for mid-price level.
8 out of 8 found this review helpful.
Posted by: Kristired from: on
We were trying to find an alternative to installing an expensive wireless sound system in our new house. Our previous house had one wired in. The saleswoman recommended this system. It sounds great! We put the woofer in the back corner of the room. It does a great job of giving that theater like sound. The only complaint with this system is it is not compatible with the new Directv Genie remotes. My poor husband spent at least 2-3 frustrating hours on the phone with Directv and Best Buy trying to figure out what was wrong. When he tried to program it the whole thing went haywire and he had to reset it. I do not know if this is a Klipsch or Directv problem.
7 out of 7 found this review helpful.
Worth the Money
Posted by: BudTire from: Portsmouth, VA on
I'm kinda an audiofile. With that said, this soundbar is about as straightforward as your going to get. Ran straight from my TV via optical input. Great sound from this. I would have given it 5 stars but it lacks EQ settings, so what ever you hear is what you get. You get only 2 settings: overall volume and subwoofer level. This sub could be better. It's only 75 watts competing with 250 watts in the soundbar itself. When you get to the top of the level at higher volumes the sub seems to bottom out. A high pass filter would easily remedy this issue but it lacks that. The great thing about this item is it takes up dang near zero room and of course you can place the sub anywhere. Bottom line, if I had to buy it again, I would.
7 out of 7 found this review helpful.
Pricey with Quality
Posted by: SteelersFan from: on
It's expensive, no doubt. There are cheaper options both with and without separate subwoofers. When you get into a store with many set up so you can compare bars, you'll find this setup has great quality and options with a price below the top tier bars, yet above the price of most. Only the buyer will know whether it's the right price point, but I think they'll all agree the sound is solid with strong bass. It's easy to set up, though the included instructions are poor. You can leave it on a shelf or wall mount it easily with the hole drill guide that's very user friendly. And you can program most cable provider and TV remotes to control the volume; a great option which not all bars provide.
8 out of 9 found this review helpful.
a good soundbar
Posted by: beaglelover from: on
I bought this to replace a Boston Acoustics which was worthless. This unit gives you great sound in a number of ranges and comes with a heavy duty subwoofer (wireless). Easy to hook up and best of all, easy to program to a Direct TV remote.
5 out of 5 found this review helpful.
Loud and clear!
Posted by: Shawz from: on
I bought Klipsch soundbar a month ago from best buy, the salesperson was very knowledgeable and was able to demonstrate the Klipsch quality at the demo set. I was originally going to spent 200 - $300 on soundbar. but decided to buy Klipsch which is $599+ this is made in USA! but believe it or not its worth every $. At first when I turned it on, my kids started crying, because of the loud base, then we adjustedit, kids love it now :) it is very very loud specially the subwoofer gives a lot of base that shakes my whole house. I have a big family room and it is perfect sound system for this size. I will recommend Klipsch to people have bigger tv rooms and enjoy watching movies with sound effect, you will hear every bit and very clearly. This is an incredible sound system with only soundbar and a subwoofer system, not many wires running around your room. Klipsch: you have nailed it !!
5 out of 5 found this review helpful.
Advanced Quality Sound from a Soundbar
Posted by: BlisterBurner from: Spokane, WA on
A noticeable step up from the previous year's SB1, now with enhanced digitial-analog conversion, 20% more power, and blutoothe connectivity, the new Klipsche Reference Soundbar certainly stands out among all the rest at its price point.