Summary: My system - RB 62 II - Pioneer SX-828 - Fiio E7 DAC Overall these speakers are great as bookshelf speakers. The highs are unbeatable, mids are great, and the bass is tight. When I plugged them in for the first time, I sat down and listened to about 2 hours of music ranging from classic rock to...
Summary: have a friend with a complete klipsch set up. didnt want to spend thousands though. these are the best home speakers i have ever heard. i have bose sats and these mounted on the sides on tv and a boston center. ROCKS!!!
Summary: Let me simply say these speakers sound fantastic. I have been listening to a wide variety of music for the last several months, as well as blu-ray movies. The soundstage is great, and I cannot believe the clean and deep bass out of a set of bookshelf speakers with 6.5" woofers!
Summary: I downsized my living situation and decided to go with a small midsized speaker. I researched Bose, amongst other brands. I ended up purchasing the energy CD-20's. After an hour of demo I knew they were lacking in the highs, although they had great midrange sound.
Summary: For those of you like myself who found the title unclear, this is for 2 speakers left & right. They sent me (to my delight) the RB-61 II speakers, the 2s are the second generation of the reference series of speaker systems.
Summary: I have owned a pair of RB-61 for about 2 months now, and have it powered by a harmon kardon hk-3490 120 wpc, and use it for stereo listening, and some tv viewing. I listen to all kind of music and I have to say these pair of speakers sound excellent with clear high notes and rich deep base.
Summary: Don't pay more than $400/pair. Well worth that price though. Efficient, crisp, clear, LOUD - just like a Klipsch should be. Can take a beating before distorting. Beware of ear fatigue if your not used to loud music.
Summary: I auditioned numerous speakers before discovering Klipsch sort of by accident. It sounds overstated, but the simple truth is the rich perfect sound from these speakers exceeds anything I've ever heard.