I just wanted to add that just because I dont demeanour the kind of music that most people play doe's not mean that these speakers will not sound good...
Hey everyone I demoed a complete Klipsch RF set up today and I must say I was blown away. The RF-7ii
This is from Klipsch site. New and Improved Now in its fifth generation, Reference II speakers boast enhanced features, including re-engineered drivers and a new crossover system, to capture your attention and excite your emotions. In addition to the improved sound quality, the look of big sound has been redefined throughout the line with sophisticated cabinetry, refreshed logos and rounded feet. You can look at both and compare on Klipsch site. I really like to stretch a dollar myself, and I would get the previous generation as I don"t think differences will be as noticable as the price tag, but thats just my opinion. If its not a must get now and you are like me and don"t mind used, they come up on the market from time to time for even better savings.
At $3200 a pair, the Klipsch RF-7 II floorstanding speakers might not be that expensive in the grand scheme of things but they are pricey. In this.
At $3200 a pair, the Klipsch RF-7 II floorstanding speakers might not be that expensive in the grand scheme of things but they are pricey. In this price range, you expect considerable performance. Technology-wise, the RF-7 II speakers look fairly impressive. We're sure that three of the Klipsch mantras of "high efficiency with low distortion" with "controlled directivity" and "wide dynamic range" will be realized. We'll have to wait on our measurements to see if "flat frequency response" is also achieved. Klipsch lovers are probably already lining up for the RF-7 IIs. They are a bit boxy looking and horn-loaded tweeters usually invoke a love/hate response. With the legions of Klipsch fans out there already, we're sure these will find a market. We're just not sure how they'll stack up against other speakers in the price range. Discuss "Klipsch RF-7 II Floorstanding Speaker First Look" here. Read the article .
If you guard this video with decent PC speakers or headphones, you can actually get an idea of what the Klipsch RF7-II sound like, with real room...
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The song ‘Scratch’ from Morphines album ‘ Yes ‘ is a good example that extracts all properties. After the short bass intro the full drum kit starts, together with a fine rasping saxophone. Klipsch conveys the size of the saxophone in a more solid way than I’ve heard in a long time, while still being warm and mellow. This is perhaps the instrument the Klipsch speakers can handle best. The slightly opulent fullness in the midrange fits the saxophone perfectly and blow it up to a size such as the much more neutral and “hi-fi correct” Dynaudio Focus 260 or ELAC FS407 can only dream of.
Don? t let your home audio system suffer from anemic sound, let the redesigned Reference series flagship floorstanding speaker, the RF-7 II, from Klipsch give you room-filling sound for music and home theatre. Its 1.75? titanium dome tweeter with a square Tractrix horn delivers ear-pleasing highs, while the dual 10? Cerametallic cone woofers and a dual ported cabinet design make sure that you don? t miss out on full bass. Floorstanding speaker cherry (each) dual 10" woofers, 1-3/4" titanium dome tweeter,horn-loaded tweeter delivers "front row" sound,frequency response 30-24
Awesome speakers for rock, or any loud music with lots of bass, are getting harder to come by. If you really want to rock out, size still matters.
Klipsch"s mighty towers stand 48.5 inches high and weigh 87 pounds each. All Klipsch speakers feature horn-loaded tweeters; the RF-7 II"s is a scaled-down version of the designs used in the company"s professional theater systems. So instead of the usual dome tweeter the RF-7 II boasts a 1.75-inch titanium compression driver, mounted in an 8-inch square Tractrix horn ; and two 10-inch copper colored Cerametallic woofers complete the driver array. The cabinets are beautifully finished in real Cherry or Black Ash wood veneers.
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