Unless you’ve been under a rock, you know the Klipsch RP-600M Reference Premiere Bookshelf Speakers (our review here) is one of the most successful affordable speakers ever made. That said, as audiophiles, we also know there’s always room for improvement, especially at the lower price points.
To that end, Klipsch has released the 2nd gen version of the Reference Premiere speaker line, including a new version of the beloved RP-600M, the RP-600M II, which retails for $749/pr. In addition, there are four new floorstanding models, three center channel speakers, two Dolby Atmos elevation modules, and a smaller bookshelf speaker.
All the new speakers have larger Tractrix horns for cleaner treble, new Cerametallic woofers for less distortion, furniture-grade cabinets, easier-to-use binding posts, and aluminum feet on the floorstanders.
The new Reference Premiere speakers are currently available at Klipsch.com
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