Klipsch just announced the launch of its Reference II Series speakers. The new line is comprised of 17 new speaker models.
Now in its fifth generation, the Reference II Series speakers present re-engineered drivers and a new crossover system. Each speaker uses the proprietary Tractrix Horn technology. The new line also has several cosmetic upgrades, including new black metallic finished baffles, machined woofers, logos and feet.
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The 17 new models consist of five floorstanding towers (RF-7 II, RF-82 II, RF-62 II and RF-52 II and RF-42 II), four bookshelf models (RB-81 II, RB-61 II, RB-51 II and RB-41 II), four center channels (RC-64 II, RC-62 II,RC-52 II and RC-42 II) and four surround speakers (RS-62 II, RS-52 II, RS-42 II and RS-41 II), which include Klipsch’s Wide Dispersion Surround Technology.
All of the Reference II Series loudspeakers feature lightweight, rigid woofer cones to ensure reportedly tight musical bass response. New Tractrix horn tweeters incorporate Linear Travel Suspension and titanium compression drivers, which work together to reduce distortion.
The Reference II Series is available in black ash or cherry furniture-grade wood and vinyl veneers.
With this new lineup, the Klipsch Reference II Series now covers U.S. MSRP price points ranging from $549.99 to $3,198.99 for a pair of floorstanding speakers, $279.99 to $798.99 for a pair of bookshelf models, $229.99 to $1,299.99 for a center channel and $329.99 to $1,198.99 for a pair of surrounds.