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Klipsch RF-7 II Floorstanding Speaker - Black (Each)
Klipsch RF-7 II Floorstanding Speaker - Black (Each)
Klipsch RF-7 II Floorstanding Speaker - Black (Each)
Klipsch RF-7 II Floorstanding Speaker - Black (Each)
Klipsch RF-7 II Floorstanding Speaker - Black (Each)
Klipsch RF-7 II Floorstanding Speaker - Black (Each)

Klipsch RF-7 II Floorstanding Speaker - Black (Each)

Klipsch RF-7 II Floorstanding Speaker - Black (Each)
Klipsch RF-7 II Floorstanding Speaker - Black (Each)
Klipsch RF-7 II Floorstanding Speaker - Black (Each)
Klipsch RF-7 II Floorstanding Speaker - Black (Each)
Klipsch RF-7 II Floorstanding Speaker - Black (Each)
Klipsch RF-7 II Floorstanding Speaker - Black (Each)
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Features

  • Fills large rooms with movie theater/concert quality sound
  • Dynamic 1.75" titanium Tractrix horn-loaded compression driver
  • Dual 10" high-output Cerametallic woofers with premium cast aluminum baskets
  • Beautiful furniture-grade wood veneer cabinet
  • Made in Hope, Arkansas, USA

Description

The ultimate in Reference II Series performance, the RF-7 II tower speaker lets you experience the true power, detail and emotion of cinematic spectacles and concert performances from the comforts of home.


Product Dimensions 16.3 x 11.6 x 48.5 inches


Item Weight 88.2 pounds


Manufacturer Klipsch


ASIN B00414VRH6


UNSPSC Code 52160000


Item model number RF-7 II


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 50 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #295,192 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #300 in Floorstanding Speakers


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available August 27, 2010


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Features

  • Fills large rooms with movie theater/concert quality sound
  • Dynamic 1.75" titanium Tractrix horn-loaded compression driver
  • Dual 10" high-output Cerametallic woofers with premium cast aluminum baskets
  • Beautiful furniture-grade wood veneer cabinet
  • Made in Hope, Arkansas, USA

Description

The ultimate in Reference II Series performance, the RF-7 II tower speaker lets you experience the true power, detail and emotion of cinematic spectacles and concert performances from the comforts of home.


Product Dimensions 16.3 x 11.6 x 48.5 inches


Item Weight 88.2 pounds


Manufacturer Klipsch


ASIN B00414VRH6


UNSPSC Code 52160000


Item model number RF-7 II


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 50 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #295,192 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #300 in Floorstanding Speakers


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available August 27, 2010


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This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

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Features

  • Fills large rooms with movie theater/concert quality sound
  • Dynamic 1.75" titanium Tractrix horn-loaded compression driver
  • Dual 10" high-output Cerametallic woofers with premium cast aluminum baskets
  • Beautiful furniture-grade wood veneer cabinet
  • Made in Hope, Arkansas, USA

Description

The ultimate in Reference II Series performance, the RF-7 II tower speaker lets you experience the true power, detail and emotion of cinematic spectacles and concert performances from the comforts of home.


Product Dimensions 16.3 x 11.6 x 48.5 inches


Item Weight 88.2 pounds


Manufacturer Klipsch


ASIN B00414VRH6


UNSPSC Code 52160000


Item model number RF-7 II


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 50 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #295,192 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #300 in Floorstanding Speakers


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available August 27, 2010


abunda_amazon_reviews Speakers are great. Delivery really sucked. The speakers were delivered via a fulled sized semi truck & trailer. Needless to say, it couldn't come down my street. I had to drive my truck (after unloading it) to meet the driver at another location and pick up the speakers. Packaging was beat up really bad and I was reluctant to sign for them. The driver refused to come to my house and help me unload the speakers, so I had to find help elsewhere. The speakers were not damaged and sound just as you would from Klipsch, great! Very disappointed with the delivery.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 8, 2018;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Speakers are great. Delivery really sucked;;Lee Rister;;/gp/customer-reviews/RL478KNKT4A36/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B00414VRH6;;;Grew up with a pair of Klipsch Heresy's in the house. Finally a big boy and bought a pair of RF7-II's primarily for listening to recorded music, and boy, let me tell you, these speakers sound amazing. Seemed to break in and sound more natural and transparent after about the 1st hour of playing. Excellent clarity and spatial resolution of sounds, which personally I find is most noticeable when listening to recordings that prominently feature acoustic instruments (e.g. "A Love Supreme", "Appalachian Spring").... The quality of the spatial resolution of instruments is also very noticeable on records with a lot of postproduction technique/overdubbing (See: "Sgt. Peppers" and "The Heart of The Congos") Saxophones and pianos sound particularly great to my ear on these speakers, although of course both clean and distorted electric guitars and synths sound rich and fantastic as well. Compared to the Heresy's (my primary point of reference) the RF7-IIs sound is more open and "less compressed"....it seems that the Heresys favor a tighter/punchier midrange sound, where the RF7-II's are more balanced across the spectrum. I was actually quite surprised the first time I listened to a pair of nice floorstanding speakers because I was expecting to hear the big bright punchy midrange of the Hereseys and instead heard a much hollow and more spread out sound. One side effect of this is that because the different sounds/instruments are more resolved and balanced, loud volumes on the RF7-IIs actually don't seem quite as loud. Compared to some of the more expensive floorstanding Wharfedales and Sonus Fabers I tried out, the difference seems very very slight and not necessarily either an improvement or a downgrade to my ear, but its certainly possible that you may disagree. However the nice floor-standing models I tried in my area were all imported and a more expensive, where the Klipsch's are made in America, and cheaper/comparable price so that influenced the decision for me as well. I did not compare the RF7-II's to the newer RF7-IIIs, because from a couple reviews I had read comparing them, the consensus was that the 2's held up very favorably with the primary difference being a slightly more detailed high frequencies in the 3's, and if you then consider that the 2's they were comparing them to were likely over several years older than the 3's, it seems plausible to me that differences could be mainly attributed to age of the speakers, and lord knows my ear isn't perfect, and I'm not going to be paying 1500 bucks more for "a slightly more detailed higher end" any time soon. Other good news is that the RF7-II's are now more affordable as a result of the newer 3's Of course speaker quality is very subjective depending on your room, source file, volume, speaker placement etc etc.... If you are streaming over WiFi, make sure to set your spotify or whatever to high quality audio (difference between low quality and high/extreme quality on spotify is indeed audible to my ear on these speakers but I can't reliably distinguish between a 320 vbr mp3 and a lossless auidio file), and make sure that you are connected to the 5GHz wifi network (2.4 will cut out). Do not under any circumstances let them upsell you on nanocrystalline, gold-plated, oxide-defect-free speaker cables or whatever is the "audiophiles speaker cable of choice" these days. You would need the ears of Miles Davis, Mozart, and a Dog to discern the difference from regular speaker cables, which are fine... If you are even tempted to go down that path, getting a 10k pair of headphones and building a dedicated listening isolation chamber is a better option imho. Overall very satisfied so far with these speakers, great sound, great value.;;Reviewed in the United States on April 25, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Glued to the couch and blissed out;;Roscoe;;/gp/customer-reviews/R362TDWFWGH8AN/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B00414VRH6;;;There are lots of reviews and opinions on these but I can describe everything about them in one word: WOW! Edit for nearly 1 year review: Ok I have had these almost a year now. Whenever someone says they are "fatiguing" I know that they are either full of baloney or they did get these set up properly. It took me a while to figure out that they needed zero toe in and needed to be pulled out from the walls to really shine. My room is small so the speakers are right at 6' apart and I sit at 7' away from them. I will say that even though everyone says these are rock speakers, well they do it all well. I find since I bought these I enjoy listening to many types of music that I never appreciated in the past. Part of that is how good these speakers sound. Have I heard better? Well yes of course but the last system I heard that was better the guy had $12,000 tied up in just getting power to his equipment. I have a modest set up in comparison. I don't hang around with audiophiles but everyone that comes to me house is floored by the sound. I stepped up from a 50 watt RMS to an 150 watt RMS amp and the first thing I noticed was these speakers came alive! Don't get me wrong they will sound great with 50 watts but put some juice to them and at low level listening they will surprise you. Anyway I love these speakers even though I wanted La Scalas I feel I made the right decision. 1 for cost 2 for these are big enough, deeper bass and puts the music at the correct height for my seating position.;;Reviewed in the United States on June 7, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;There are lots of reviews and opinions on these but ...;;S. Cooper;;/gp/customer-reviews/RRLAD52PD28QQ/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B00414VRH6;;;I bought it mostly for classical. The dual 10’ drivers are what I was looking for. High band and twitter is acceptable. What relatively weak is the mid band. Agility is good and over sound quality are good and warm. Very good value for the money. Tried both valve and solid state amplifiers. More dynamic for the later. Surprisingly sensitive for all bands even during night at whisper volume.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 21, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Good sensitivity and bass;;Good hands;;/gp/customer-reviews/R6YU2SFW07HMB/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B00414VRH6;;;I purchased these speakers to use as front speakers in a 7.1 set up but after setting everything up I decided that they are so large that they kind of overwhelm our 75 inch tv. You couldn't see the tv from the sides with these speakers so I moved them to be used as rear speakers and couldn't be happier. The RF-7s are so sensitive and amazingly accurate but you need to be aware of their size and plan ahead of time for your room requirements. The only other thing is I find the finish to be a couple shades darker than the pictures that are displayed on the listing, I also have a RC-64 center that is also darker shade but luckily all three speakers match so it's not a problem for me.;;Reviewed in the United States on March 26, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;You couldn't see the tv from the sides with these speakers so I moved them to be used as rear speakers and couldn't be happier. The RF-7s are so sensitive and amazingly accurate ...;;Darwin Magilicuty;;/gp/customer-reviews/R2053B1RKHEHIP/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B00414VRH6;;;Simply awesome! I upgraded from Klipsch R-28’s, and the difference is night and day!;;Reviewed in the United States on July 3, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Awesome!;;Del_752;;/gp/customer-reviews/R1CRXBA1UICMCL/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B00414VRH6;;;I bought these off iq home entertainment and to begin with..use proper exteneral amps...i use crown 350watts bridge..little to much for this speakers..is why i accidentally blew a tweeter but all said in done..great speakers and they replaced the tweeter under warranty...great customer service an prompt Ty;;Reviewed in the United States on June 22, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;I recommend this product;;Ryan;;/gp/customer-reviews/R10MOVETCR2FYU/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B00414VRH6;;;They didn’t look that big on the internet. Lol;;Reviewed in the United States on March 28, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Very, very loud and tight sounding;;K. Valen;;/gp/customer-reviews/RMVI2DR9LDE86/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B00414VRH6

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Top Amazon Reviews


3.0 out of 5 stars
By Lee Rister - Reviewed in the United States on July 8, 2018
Speakers are great. Delivery really sucked
Speakers are great. Delivery really sucked. The speakers were delivered via a fulled sized semi truck & trailer. Needless to say, it couldn't come down my street. I had to drive my truck (after unloading it) to meet the driver at another location and pick up the speakers. Packaging was beat up really bad and I was reluctant to sign for them. The driver refused to come to my house and help me unload the speakers, so I had to find help elsewhere. The speakers were not damaged and sound just as you would from Klipsch, great! Very disappointed with the delivery.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Roscoe - Reviewed in the United States on April 25, 2018
Glued to the couch and blissed out
Grew up with a pair of Klipsch Heresy's in the house. Finally a big boy and bought a pair of RF7-II's primarily for listening to recorded music, and boy, let me tell you, these speakers sound amazing. Seemed to break in and sound more natural and transparent after about the 1st hour of playing. Excellent clarity and spatial resolution of sounds, which personally I find is most noticeable when listening to recordings that prominently feature acoustic instruments (e.g. "A Love Supreme", "Appalachian Spring").... The quality of the spatial resolution of instruments is also very noticeable on records with a lot of postproduction technique/overdubbing (See: "Sgt. Peppers" and "The Heart of The Congos") Saxophones and pianos sound particularly great to my ear on these speakers, although of course both clean and distorted electric guitars and synths sound rich and fantastic as well. Compared to the Heresy's (my primary point of reference) the RF7-IIs sound is more open and "less compressed"....it seems that the Heresys favor a tighter/punchier midrange sound, where the RF7-II's are more balanced across the spectrum. I was actually quite surprised the first time I listened to a pair of nice floorstanding speakers because I was expecting to hear the big bright punchy midrange of the Hereseys and instead heard a much hollow and more spread out sound. One side effect of this is that because the different sounds/instruments are more resolved and balanced, loud volumes on the RF7-IIs actually don't seem quite as loud. Compared to some of the more expensive floorstanding Wharfedales and Sonus Fabers I tried out, the difference seems very very slight and not necessarily either an improvement or a downgrade to my ear, but its certainly possible that you may disagree. However the nice floor-standing models I tried in my area were all imported and a more expensive, where the Klipsch's are made in America, and cheaper/comparable price so that influenced the decision for me as well. I did not compare the RF7-II's to the newer RF7-IIIs, because from a couple reviews I had read comparing them, the consensus was that the 2's held up very favorably with the primary difference being a slightly more detailed high frequencies in the 3's, and if you then consider that the 2's they were comparing them to were likely over several years older than the 3's, it seems plausible to me that differences could be mainly attributed to age of the speakers, and lord knows my ear isn't perfect, and I'm not going to be paying 1500 bucks more for "a slightly more detailed higher end" any time soon. Other good news is that the RF7-II's are now more affordable as a result of the newer 3's Of course speaker quality is very subjective depending on your room, source file, volume, speaker placement etc etc.... If you are streaming over WiFi, make sure to set your spotify or whatever to high quality audio (difference between low quality and high/extreme quality on spotify is indeed audible to my ear on these speakers but I can't reliably distinguish between a 320 vbr mp3 and a lossless auidio file), and make sure that you are connected to the 5GHz wifi network (2.4 will cut out). Do not under any circumstances let them upsell you on nanocrystalline, gold-plated, oxide-defect-free speaker cables or whatever is the "audiophiles speaker cable of choice" these days. You would need the ears of Miles Davis, Mozart, and a Dog to discern the difference from regular speaker cables, which are fine... If you are even tempted to go down that path, getting a 10k pair of headphones and building a dedicated listening isolation chamber is a better option imho. Overall very satisfied so far with these speakers, great sound, great value.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By S. Cooper - Reviewed in the United States on June 7, 2018
There are lots of reviews and opinions on these but ...
There are lots of reviews and opinions on these but I can describe everything about them in one word: WOW! Edit for nearly 1 year review: Ok I have had these almost a year now. Whenever someone says they are "fatiguing" I know that they are either full of baloney or they did get these set up properly. It took me a while to figure out that they needed zero toe in and needed to be pulled out from the walls to really shine. My room is small so the speakers are right at 6' apart and I sit at 7' away from them. I will say that even though everyone says these are rock speakers, well they do it all well. I find since I bought these I enjoy listening to many types of music that I never appreciated in the past. Part of that is how good these speakers sound. Have I heard better? Well yes of course but the last system I heard that was better the guy had $12,000 tied up in just getting power to his equipment. I have a modest set up in comparison. I don't hang around with audiophiles but everyone that comes to me house is floored by the sound. I stepped up from a 50 watt RMS to an 150 watt RMS amp and the first thing I noticed was these speakers came alive! Don't get me wrong they will sound great with 50 watts but put some juice to them and at low level listening they will surprise you. Anyway I love these speakers even though I wanted La Scalas I feel I made the right decision. 1 for cost 2 for these are big enough, deeper bass and puts the music at the correct height for my seating position.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Good hands - Reviewed in the United States on July 21, 2018
Good sensitivity and bass
I bought it mostly for classical. The dual 10’ drivers are what I was looking for. High band and twitter is acceptable. What relatively weak is the mid band. Agility is good and over sound quality are good and warm. Very good value for the money. Tried both valve and solid state amplifiers. More dynamic for the later. Surprisingly sensitive for all bands even during night at whisper volume.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Darwin Magilicuty - Reviewed in the United States on March 26, 2018
You couldn't see the tv from the sides with these speakers so I moved them to be used as rear speakers and couldn't be happier. The RF-7s are so sensitive and amazingly accurate ...
I purchased these speakers to use as front speakers in a 7.1 set up but after setting everything up I decided that they are so large that they kind of overwhelm our 75 inch tv. You couldn't see the tv from the sides with these speakers so I moved them to be used as rear speakers and couldn't be happier. The RF-7s are so sensitive and amazingly accurate but you need to be aware of their size and plan ahead of time for your room requirements. The only other thing is I find the finish to be a couple shades darker than the pictures that are displayed on the listing, I also have a RC-64 center that is also darker shade but luckily all three speakers match so it's not a problem for me.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Del_752 - Reviewed in the United States on July 3, 2018
Awesome!
Simply awesome! I upgraded from Klipsch R-28’s, and the difference is night and day!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Ryan - Reviewed in the United States on June 22, 2018
I recommend this product
I bought these off iq home entertainment and to begin with..use proper exteneral amps...i use crown 350watts bridge..little to much for this speakers..is why i accidentally blew a tweeter but all said in done..great speakers and they replaced the tweeter under warranty...great customer service an prompt Ty

5.0 out of 5 stars
By K. Valen - Reviewed in the United States on March 28, 2018
Very, very loud and tight sounding
They didn’t look that big on the internet. Lol

Recent Reviews


3.0 out of 5 stars
By Lee Rister - Reviewed in the United States on July 8, 2018
Speakers are great. Delivery really sucked
Speakers are great. Delivery really sucked. The speakers were delivered via a fulled sized semi truck & trailer. Needless to say, it couldn't come down my street. I had to drive my truck (after unloading it) to meet the driver at another location and pick up the speakers. Packaging was beat up really bad and I was reluctant to sign for them. The driver refused to come to my house and help me unload the speakers, so I had to find help elsewhere. The speakers were not damaged and sound just as you would from Klipsch, great! Very disappointed with the delivery.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Roscoe - Reviewed in the United States on April 25, 2018
Glued to the couch and blissed out
Grew up with a pair of Klipsch Heresy's in the house. Finally a big boy and bought a pair of RF7-II's primarily for listening to recorded music, and boy, let me tell you, these speakers sound amazing. Seemed to break in and sound more natural and transparent after about the 1st hour of playing. Excellent clarity and spatial resolution of sounds, which personally I find is most noticeable when listening to recordings that prominently feature acoustic instruments (e.g. "A Love Supreme", "Appalachian Spring").... The quality of the spatial resolution of instruments is also very noticeable on records with a lot of postproduction technique/overdubbing (See: "Sgt. Peppers" and "The Heart of The Congos") Saxophones and pianos sound particularly great to my ear on these speakers, although of course both clean and distorted electric guitars and synths sound rich and fantastic as well. Compared to the Heresy's (my primary point of reference) the RF7-IIs sound is more open and "less compressed"....it seems that the Heresys favor a tighter/punchier midrange sound, where the RF7-II's are more balanced across the spectrum. I was actually quite surprised the first time I listened to a pair of nice floorstanding speakers because I was expecting to hear the big bright punchy midrange of the Hereseys and instead heard a much hollow and more spread out sound. One side effect of this is that because the different sounds/instruments are more resolved and balanced, loud volumes on the RF7-IIs actually don't seem quite as loud. Compared to some of the more expensive floorstanding Wharfedales and Sonus Fabers I tried out, the difference seems very very slight and not necessarily either an improvement or a downgrade to my ear, but its certainly possible that you may disagree. However the nice floor-standing models I tried in my area were all imported and a more expensive, where the Klipsch's are made in America, and cheaper/comparable price so that influenced the decision for me as well. I did not compare the RF7-II's to the newer RF7-IIIs, because from a couple reviews I had read comparing them, the consensus was that the 2's held up very favorably with the primary difference being a slightly more detailed high frequencies in the 3's, and if you then consider that the 2's they were comparing them to were likely over several years older than the 3's, it seems plausible to me that differences could be mainly attributed to age of the speakers, and lord knows my ear isn't perfect, and I'm not going to be paying 1500 bucks more for "a slightly more detailed higher end" any time soon. Other good news is that the RF7-II's are now more affordable as a result of the newer 3's Of course speaker quality is very subjective depending on your room, source file, volume, speaker placement etc etc.... If you are streaming over WiFi, make sure to set your spotify or whatever to high quality audio (difference between low quality and high/extreme quality on spotify is indeed audible to my ear on these speakers but I can't reliably distinguish between a 320 vbr mp3 and a lossless auidio file), and make sure that you are connected to the 5GHz wifi network (2.4 will cut out). Do not under any circumstances let them upsell you on nanocrystalline, gold-plated, oxide-defect-free speaker cables or whatever is the "audiophiles speaker cable of choice" these days. You would need the ears of Miles Davis, Mozart, and a Dog to discern the difference from regular speaker cables, which are fine... If you are even tempted to go down that path, getting a 10k pair of headphones and building a dedicated listening isolation chamber is a better option imho. Overall very satisfied so far with these speakers, great sound, great value.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By S. Cooper - Reviewed in the United States on June 7, 2018
There are lots of reviews and opinions on these but ...
There are lots of reviews and opinions on these but I can describe everything about them in one word: WOW! Edit for nearly 1 year review: Ok I have had these almost a year now. Whenever someone says they are "fatiguing" I know that they are either full of baloney or they did get these set up properly. It took me a while to figure out that they needed zero toe in and needed to be pulled out from the walls to really shine. My room is small so the speakers are right at 6' apart and I sit at 7' away from them. I will say that even though everyone says these are rock speakers, well they do it all well. I find since I bought these I enjoy listening to many types of music that I never appreciated in the past. Part of that is how good these speakers sound. Have I heard better? Well yes of course but the last system I heard that was better the guy had $12,000 tied up in just getting power to his equipment. I have a modest set up in comparison. I don't hang around with audiophiles but everyone that comes to me house is floored by the sound. I stepped up from a 50 watt RMS to an 150 watt RMS amp and the first thing I noticed was these speakers came alive! Don't get me wrong they will sound great with 50 watts but put some juice to them and at low level listening they will surprise you. Anyway I love these speakers even though I wanted La Scalas I feel I made the right decision. 1 for cost 2 for these are big enough, deeper bass and puts the music at the correct height for my seating position.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Good hands - Reviewed in the United States on July 21, 2018
Good sensitivity and bass
I bought it mostly for classical. The dual 10’ drivers are what I was looking for. High band and twitter is acceptable. What relatively weak is the mid band. Agility is good and over sound quality are good and warm. Very good value for the money. Tried both valve and solid state amplifiers. More dynamic for the later. Surprisingly sensitive for all bands even during night at whisper volume.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Darwin Magilicuty - Reviewed in the United States on March 26, 2018
You couldn't see the tv from the sides with these speakers so I moved them to be used as rear speakers and couldn't be happier. The RF-7s are so sensitive and amazingly accurate ...
I purchased these speakers to use as front speakers in a 7.1 set up but after setting everything up I decided that they are so large that they kind of overwhelm our 75 inch tv. You couldn't see the tv from the sides with these speakers so I moved them to be used as rear speakers and couldn't be happier. The RF-7s are so sensitive and amazingly accurate but you need to be aware of their size and plan ahead of time for your room requirements. The only other thing is I find the finish to be a couple shades darker than the pictures that are displayed on the listing, I also have a RC-64 center that is also darker shade but luckily all three speakers match so it's not a problem for me.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Del_752 - Reviewed in the United States on July 3, 2018
Awesome!
Simply awesome! I upgraded from Klipsch R-28’s, and the difference is night and day!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Ryan - Reviewed in the United States on June 22, 2018
I recommend this product
I bought these off iq home entertainment and to begin with..use proper exteneral amps...i use crown 350watts bridge..little to much for this speakers..is why i accidentally blew a tweeter but all said in done..great speakers and they replaced the tweeter under warranty...great customer service an prompt Ty

5.0 out of 5 stars
By K. Valen - Reviewed in the United States on March 28, 2018
Very, very loud and tight sounding
They didn’t look that big on the internet. Lol