Hear every detail in movie dialogue with this Klipsch Reference Premiere center channel speaker. Its vented 1-inch titanium tweeter with composite hybrid Tractrix horn produces high-frequency details through Linear Travel Suspension for optimal clarity. The dual 6.5-inch Cerametallic cone woofers of this 125W Klipsch Reference Premiere center channel speaker provide depth in low-end sounds.
Handles up to 500W peak power (125W continuous)
For robust and controlled audio that is crisp and clear.
Two 6-1/2" cerametallic woofers
Along with 1" titanium tweeter for a complete range of sounds.
2-way speaker system
Sounds like 1 source rather than several separate sources.
Offers simple, secure connectivity.
Offers a stylish look to complement your existing décor.
Remains acoustically transparent while protecting the speaker's components.
Bass reflex enclosure
With a rear-firing port promotes optimal performance.
58Hz - 25kHz frequency response
Ensures a wide range of accurately reproduced sound.
Ensures crisp, robust audio.
8 ohms nominal impedance
Ensures efficient conduction of power through the speaker.
First off this speaker is bigger than I expected, it is a mammoth, it looks expensive and is quite heavy, the build quality is good.
As far as sound quality.......WOW!!!!!!! This thing rocks!!!! I have it paired with two RP-600Ms and it is a perfect match! This was an upgrade from the R-34C I was using and it is noticeably louder and sound quality is richer. I am no longer wanting more out of my home theater. I would recommend very highly.
This Klipsch center speaker,provides you quality, high fidelity, and deep bass. The materials in this Klipsch speaker are some of the best in the market . It's powerful and beautiful at the same time. If you want real sound you have to buy one of this. Stop throwing your money away and buy real speakers from Klipsch.
Amazing center channel. Nothing else really needs to be said. Perfect clarity, handles mid tones beautifully, and puts out a fair amount of bass without a subwoofer, though I would absolutely recommend a subwoofer. It's a brilliant speaker that is, by far, the best sounding center channel I've ever heard.
I had gotten this center channel speaker to upgrade my surround sound. Like the floor standing speakers that i also purchased as an up grade. It sounds great. Every sound is right there, not overwhelming but present. I'm very happy with the pirchase and looking to continue to upgrade the rest of my system all the way to the 8" Rp-8000fs for dedicated music.