Klipsch r-28pf surround powerful floor status set of two – black

(5 customer reviews)

$589.00

  • your purchase includes one pair of klipsch powered floorstanding audio system, r-28pf model faraway manipulate with batteries, magnetic grille, 5m speaker wire with four-twine connection, 1. 8m strength cord, 2m aux cable and 3m optical cable
  • speaker dimensions (each) – 15. 7” d x nine. 5” w x 42 weight (every) – 56. Sixty seven lbs. Overall system electricity with bi-amplified virtual eq and crossover
  • inputs: phono/line analog three. 5 mm analog mini jack united states of americadigital optical digital
  • works extremely good with all bluetooth-enabled smartphones, tablets and computers permitting you to play song at once from your tool

Availability: 375 in stock

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powered floorstanding audio system

experiencing genuine hello-fi sound has never been less complicated. The r-28pf powered floorstanding stereo speaker machine features a 260w included amplifier that eliminates the want for a complex receiver. There may be not anything else find it irresistible. Television, laptop, bluetooth, turntable – you name it and the r-28pf powered speakers deliver. Each speaker includes a 1″ aluminum diaphragm compression driving force mated to 90° x ninety° rectangular tractrix horn and twin eight” copper spun magnetically shielded img woofers.

  • 260w overall machine electricity
  • bluetooth wi-fi technology with aptx
  • phono preamp built in with ground screw terminal
  • 3. 5mm / rca analog line inputs
  • usb and optical virtual inputs
  • sub output
  • far off manage
  • the r-28pf powered audio system supply complete-range sound with out taking on more area way to a built-in amplifier this is custom-tuned for high-performance, low distortion and flat frequency response. With integrated phono pre-amp, bluetooth wi-fi technology, virtual optical, analog rca and usb inputs, you may ultimately say good-bye to your clunky a/v receiver.

    whether or not you’re connecting to a turntable, tv, computer, cell telephone – these audio system are ready to connect. The r-28pf comes prepared with an incorporated phono pre-amp, bluetooth wireless technology, digital optical, analog rca and usb inputs, making the r-28pf your new pleasant pal.

    the r-28pf monitors include character ultra-low noise amplifiers which can be customized to maximize machine performance and do away with the need for external amplification. That means that global-elegance klipsch engineers have full manipulate of the sign course. We have picked and tuned the additives to be an absolute perfect healthy at some point of, making the machine sound incredibly immersive and complete.

    lets in easy access to gadget features which includes devoted source choice, track controls, and play/pause.

    product description

    the r-28pf powered audio system supply full-variety sound without taking on greater space way to a built-in amplifier this is custom-tuned for high-performance, low distortion and flat frequency response.

    with included phono pre-amp, bluetooth® wi-fi technology, digital optical, analog rca and usb inputs, you could in the end say good-bye for your clunky a/v receiver.

    Product Dimensions

    16.7, x, 12.6, x, 42.8, inches

    Item Weight

    56.7, pounds

    Manufacturer

    Klipsch

    ASIN

    B0763MRVRG

    Item model number

    R-28PF

    Batteries

    2, AAA, batteries, required., (included)

    Customer Reviews

    4.0, out, of, 5, stars, 157, ratings, 4.0, out, of, 5, stars

    Best Sellers Rank

    #25, 014, in, Electronics, (See, Top, 100, in, Electronics), #16, in, Floorstanding, Speakers

    Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

    No

    Date First Available

    September, 22, 2017

    5 reviews for Klipsch r-28pf surround powerful floor status set of two – black

    1. category III

      I figured I would write a thorough review of these since the sole reviewer above decided not to answer other’s questions. I have an open floor plan living room with 14’ ceilings. The room is not terribly large but about 20×18’ or so, square dimensions. But since the first floor plan is open, small monitor speakers would not fill the room. I had Klipsch The Sixes prior to these and although beautiful, part of their heritage series, the 6.5” mid/woofer struggled a bit. I have these paired to a Polk Audio 12” 300 watt powered subwoofer which I think is overkill. Unless you have a home theater in a much larger space like a basement, a subwoofer, even for movies, is not necessary. The dual 8” drivers have just enough oomph in the bottom end , tight and precise. I feel this will be adequate for all but the most electronic or movie buff bass heads out there. My walls shake even with the subwoofer off. The tweeter handles only high frequencies, not midrange. The sound has the characteristic Klipsch horn sound and can be a little fatiguing at high volumes, which is easy to achieve with such efficiency. These are biamped with a virtually distortion free output and flat frequency response. They sound ultra noise free, even at high volume. The driver frequencies are seamless, impressive at this price point. They are very musical if a bit strident at high output but they sound terrific and full at lower volumes. I would’ve paid $1500 for the pair but at $899, nothing can touch them. Yes, the Elac towers are more refined and laid back but if it’s rock concert levels or movie theater bliss you’re looking for, look no further. I would’ve gotten the Elacs but couldn’t justify separate components. These have 130 watts per channel on tap and a Class D digital amplifier, crossover, and equalizer precisely matched to driver output. The result is a very clean and open sound with little distortion. I’m not an audiophile and rarely listen to FLAC or other hi resolution formats because to my ears, I can’t appreciate the difference. I stream through Bluetooth or connected via USB to my computer, bypassing the inferior sound card. With average mp3s like on iTunes or Pandora streaming, I’m satisfied. Again, if you’re a golden ear nerd, get the Elacs but you’re looking at north of $2k with separates. In my opinion, you will not be disappointed. I only had a minor quibble—-when I carefully unpacked them, one of the speakers had a slight dog eared defect on the corner of the vinyl finish. I painted over it but it wasn’t worth returning these as they are more than 50 lbs each. Speaking of the finish, it’s not furniture grade like the Heritage series. But it is very modern and classy looking and the copper woofers really pop against the black. They are solidly braced internally when you tap on them to reduce distortion and standing waves. The feet are removable but I find it makes the speakers stable on my plush carpet. Bottom line, unless you’re a super wealthy audiophile looking to reproduce the highest fidelity and have the money to do so, these are hard to beat Read more

    2. Sliveren

      Don’t throw away the packaging – you will need it to return it. Cons: 1) When using AUX in – which is a very common way to use it – the speakers turn off every ten minutes or so. This can be right in the middle of a song playing or whenever it feel like turning off. 2) Klipsch/Amazon unable to resolve the issue so far. WIll update if this changes. Pros: 1) Good sound if you don’t mind having to turn it on every ten minutes. 2) Excellent for keeping the corners of my carpet down. Read more

    3. Sean S.

      I debated about getting a sound bar for my home theater set up specifically a sonos playbar. I was on the fence about getting tower speakers because of there size. But now that I have them they add an extra piece of beauty to my home theater setup. Our family room is fairly large open concept to the kitchen. I did a bunch of research and came to the conclusion these speakers would be best for me. I used to have a Yamaha receiver 5.1 surround sound. It was good but I wanted more bang and a 2.1 set up with these towers is the best decision I have ever made. These are loud enough with the 8” drivers to where I don’t even use the sub. I can hear people speaking clearly now in movies and TV. I used to hate the 5.1 setup when watching movies where the talking was quiet and when the action scene came up it was so loud I wanted to turn it down. Now with these speakers I hear clear vocals and booming action scenes all at the same level. Best decision I have ever made I would defiantly buy Klipsch again. Read more

    4. John Henry

      If you want a system that spontaneously turns itself off every few minutes for no apparent reason, this is the system for you. Read more

    5. CiCi

      Very heavy. Excellent sound. (*TIP*) I ran into difficulty with optical input usage. On smart TVs, go into audio settings and select PCM instead of Dolby. Dolby is a compressed audio format. PCM is uncompressed and similar to analog. When on Dolby, only YouTube videos would give sound through the Klipsch speakers. Netflix and Amazon Prime would not give the sound for the show, but rather a terrible noise similar to an old dial-up modem on steroids. It was the digital signal not being comprehended by the Klipsch speakers. Had the same problem when troubleshooting and using other optical input style speakers such as a Sony soundbar and my other Klipsch powered bookshelves. Also, these have a dedicated output for powered subwoofers. It’s a great feature and cuts down the need for extra tinkering and cables. The handheld remote can adjust the sound level of the subwoofer, which I find incredibly convenient for when the walls are shaking too hard. Read more

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