Klipsch, one of the most famous speaker maker, introduces the new Reference II Series speakers. The new line is comprised of 17 all-new speaker models with the company’s latest “technological audio advancements.”
The 17 models include five floorstanding towers (RF-7 II, RF-82 II, RF-62 II and RF-52 II and RF-42 II), four bookshelf models (RB-81 II, RB-61 II, RB-51 II and RB-41 II), four center channels (RC-64 II, RC-62 II,RC-52 II and RC-42 II) and four surround speakers (RS-62 II, RS-52 II, RS-42 II and RS-41 II). All of them sport Klipsch’s exclusive Wide Dispersion Surround Technology (WDST) for maximum surround coverage and improved placement flexibility.
The Reference II Series also feature Tractrix Horn technology and some cosmetic upgrades, including new black metallic finished baffles, machined Cerametallic woofers, logos and feet.
The price points range from $549.99 to $3,198.99 for a pair of floorstanding speakers, $279.99 to $798.99 for a pair of bookshelf models, $229.99 to $1,299.99 for a center channel and $329.99 to $1,198.99 for a pair of surrounds.