Klipsch - Reference Premiere Dual 6-1/2" 500-Watt Passive 2-Way Floor Speaker (Each) - Cherry

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The Reference Premiere RP-260F floorstanding speaker takes your movies and music to the next level. Crisp highs and deeps bass effortlessly fill a large room with lifelike sound. Your friends will be jealous - your neighbors will be pissed.

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  • Klipsch - Reference Premiere Dual 6-1/2" 500-Watt Passive 2-Way Floor Speaker (Each) - Cherry
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  • Klipsch Reference Premiere Dual 6-1/2" 500-Watt Passive 2-Way Floor Speaker (Each)

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100% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (4 out of 4)

Product Features

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.

Removable grille

Remains acoustically transparent while protecting the speaker's components.

Bass reflex enclosure

With a rear-firing port promotes optimal performance.

34Hz - 25kHz frequency response

Ensures a wide range of accurately reproduced sound.

97dB sensitivity

Ensures crisp, robust audio.

8 ohms nominal impedance

Ensures efficient conduction of power through the speaker.

Overall Customer Rating

100%of customers recommend this product.

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  • We have a 16x31 room and they provide more than adequate sound pressure to provide legitimate /realistic HT experience, they certainly bring action scenes to an entirely new level and being able to lower the crossover frequency removes some of the muddiness that a subwoofer can produce when you send too high of frequency to it, so I recommend a good set of floor standing speakers for fronts to produce better bass, relative to satellites or even bookshelf speakers.souppyy
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