Sleek Klipsch R-610F Reference Tower Loudspeaker Commands with Sound without Physically Dominating the Space
If you're seeking lively, dynamic sound but prefer to keep your room looking clean, the Klipsch R-610F Reference tower loudspeaker rises to the occasion. Sleek and slender at only 9.4 inches wide while standing just 37 inches tall, R-610F utilizes much of the technology and engineering that has made Klipsch famous with music and movie aficionados for more than seven decades. And while it'll certainly grab your ears, it won't dominate your space. Plus, its easy-to-drive 94dB sensitivity means you can hook it up to most amplifiers or receivers without having to worry about feeding it massive current. Simple, and convenient.
Afforded the fidelity-first combination of a one-inch aluminum Linear Travel Suspension (LTS) vented tweeter with hybrid Tractrix horn and 6.5-inch spun-copper injection-molded graphite (IMG) woofer, the 36-pound overachiever provides attention-getting presence, clarity, and power. Klipsch's proprietary 90° x 90° Tractrix horn architecture ensures high-frequency energy aims directly toward you and reduces unwanted reverb caused by indirect sound bouncing off walls. What's more, the LTS tweeter minimizes distortion and leverages the benefits of Kapton, an extremely light and rigid material for its suspension, resulting in high efficiency and improved resolution.
Rounded out by tapered array crossovers and a rear Tractrix port that creates airflow largely free of any ruinous turbulence, the bass-reflex R-610F looks far more expensive than its price may indicate. Its vibration-defeating, reinforced MDF cabinet features a scratch-resistant, textured wood-grain vinyl finish for both style and durability. Magnetically attached grilles, injected-molded feet, gold-plated binding posts, and a five-year manufacturer warranty round out a Reference Series floorstander ready for its closeup.