Summary: I have an all-Klipsch setup including P-39F Palladium mains. It probably sounds ridiculous that I am using these tiny bookshelfs in the same system, but I needed some small, unobtrusive speakers to use as surrounds. The Palladium bookshelf speakers are anything but unobtrusive. After balancing everything, the little RB-41 II's do a very credible job as surrounds. Don't expect much bass, but in a home cinema setup, the subwoofer is doing most of that duty anyway.
Summary: The best bookshelf speaker for surround sound or front or whatever position you would like to place it, sound is clear, low and hight effects are phenomena,l frequency is perfect ofcourse as long you have a realy good receiver, denon, yamaha, marants, onkyo...high ends ofcours you will feel the quality. Klipsch are the best on my opinion on the market.
Summary: These speakers have a great sound. Don't let the size fool you, they have a lot of punch. I finally got around to replacing to two floor speakers I've had for 20 years. The Klipsch RB-41ll have a better sound and take up way less room.
Summary: Let me start by saying that these speakers look like $300 and sound like $1000. The bass quality is similar to the one found on other 5" or 6" speakers, its truly impressive. They don't go as deep (only 85hz) but it's miles better than the typical 3" satellite speaker! They can get loud if you want them to and the sensitivity on these helps underpowered amplifiers. The highs are crisp and natural, very vivid.