Klipsch® Reference Series speakers receive rave reviews for their true-to-life sound quality. When Klipsch brought in a pair of their RB-61s, we were impressed with how these bookshelf speakers performed in our large training room the impact and bass response was on par with many floor-standing models.
The RB-61 use a horn-loaded tweeter. A flared opening in the enclosure projects high frequencies toward your listening area and prevents sound waves from simply spilling out in all directions. It's the same principle that makes your voice easier to hear when you cup your hands around your mouth. This horn design brings out details in everything you listen to, while reducing reflections that can color the sound. The horn also improves dynamics and efficiency, for powerful, "front row" sound that remains crystal-clear at all volume levels.
The RB-61's woofer dishes out smooth midrange and articulate, well-defined bass. Klipsch makes the woofer cone out of anodized aluminum, so it's strong yet lightweight. A rigid cabinet with resonance-fighting internal bracing houses both the woofer and the tweeter. It all adds up to remarkably accurate reproduction of all your music and movies.
Build a complete Klipsch system
You can build a great stereo system using the RB-61s and a subwoofer, or team them with other Reference Series speakers for high-impact home theater.
Recommended center channel speaker: Klipsch RC-52.
Recommended surround speakers: Klipsch RS-42.
Recommended subwoofer: Klipsch RW-10d.