Summary: I upgraded to the black Klipsch RF-7iis from a pair of black Klipsch RF-3iis and what an upgrade in sound these were. I am running them on a several year old integrated Yamaha RX-V2600 receiver.
Cons: - Not a fan of the grill mounts (pegs). My RF-3iis had the same ones and once a peg breaks you have to try and glue it back on, which is easier said than done. I would just think for the price of these they would be able to come up with a better mounting system. However, if that is the worst ...
Summary: Building and Reproducing Movie Sound stages is my goal. Enjoying a relaxing evening or mid-day concert is a bonus. Having the RF 7ii's under my control is a necessity. The broad and full spectrum of these speakers are are phenomenal yet they still have enough discreet dynamic range to compliment...
Pros: Heavy, Solid, Beautifully Crafted backed by Klipsch.
Handles Movies, Music, and so far as much power as I can throw at it.
Great with or without the Grill
Summary: These are truly awesome. The clarity and efficiency are very impressive. They are replacing Aperion's top of the line towers and the side by side comparison is unbelievable. They are used equally for music and TV. The vocal clarity for TV has improved dramatically, even at normal or low volume.
Summary: Great speakers a big improvement from my Infinity 2.1 system. These speaker are very efficient producing more volume at the same setting as my old speakers. Having said all this they are on the bright side with the horn tweeters.
Pros: Large expansive sound, solid bass and very detailed high end. Vey efficient. Good looking speakers!
Cons: Very large. Bright high end notes on zero tonal settings.
Summary: 12 years ago, my surround system started with two RF5's, two RB3's, and RC 3 and RSW 10. Two years ago, I switched out the RC3 for an RC 64 II and it was huge improvement to the center channel sound, (the RC 3 was no slouch). This year, I went to double 10" Reference Subs and now the RF7 II's.
Summary: I replaced some old school Vega E-315's with these beasts. Bass wise the Klipsch would give the vega's a run for their money very impressive. The biggest difference was the highs. I thought the vega's were good till I heard the Klipsch. The highs are crystal clear.
Pros: Clarity of the highs
Bass is ridiculous
Taking everything I can throw at them
If your looking. Buy them
Summary: I've been in the market for some time now for a nice pair of floor standing full range speakers. I've always liked Klipsch products and these are hard to beat in their price range. Unbelievable sound and amazing detail!!
Pros: Very efficient, great SQ & headroom, stylish, clarity, and build quality.
Cons: Absolutely NONE-well, ok, maybe just one small complaint, but very minimal. The shorting straps on the bi-wire terminal posts are kind of cheap. Remove them and use some 16AWG tinned copper wire.
Summary: Just phenomenal speakers. To call them an upgrade over my previous speakers is a giant understatement. Plus they look as good as they sound. I'll leave the technical reviews with the other comments here. No complaints whatsoever.
Summary: Very happy with these speakers. A lot of sound pressure, from a little wattage. The term "Loud Speaker" takes on a new meaning. Yet can handle several hundred watt(peaks) hooked to my "Monster" brand amp. Klipsch is know for their bass, and these are no exception.
Pros: great highs from the horn, earth shaking bass, very sturdy and vibration free. very loud, your neighbors might hate you.
Cons: terminal jumper is a joke, and the grills aren't like the smaller RF's that are magnetic, these aren't full length and hard to get on and off.