|Klipsch Unveils First Tier Reference Speakers|
|Home Theater News Speaker Systems News|
|Written by High Def Digest|
|Monday, 28 July 2014|
After revealing its first Reference Series soundbar earlier this week, Klipsch has now detailed several more audio products that will fall under the Reference line. The initial entry-level collection includes the R-28F ($698 for a pair) and R-26F ($898 for a pair) floorstanding units; the R-15M ($199 for a pair) and R-14M ($249 for a pair) monitors; the R-25C ($249) center channel; the R-14S ($279 for a pair) surround speaker; and the R-10SW ($349) and R-12SW ($449) subwoofers.
"The Reference sound signature is what makes people passionate about the Klipsch brand," said Mark Casavant, senior vice president of global product development for Klipsch. "It is our goal for listeners to feel the power, detail and emotion Klipsch speakers are able to bring out of music and movies, as if they are being heard or seen for the first time. Our new Reference speakers not only create this experience but inspire passionate listeners alike."
The Reference series speakers all feature Tractrix Horn technology and Linear Travel Suspension aluminum tweeters and come in a brushed black polymer veneer finish. Meanwhile, the Reference series subwoofers feature front-firing drivers, injection molded graphite woofers, and built-in all-digital amplifiers.
Klipsch's initial Reference Series lineup is now available from authorized retailers.