Klipsch RP-8000F II Reference Premiere Floorstanding Speaker (Each)


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Klipsch RP-8000F II Reference Premiere tower speakers impactful and dynamic sound makes listening to albums and film soundtracks an exciting, involving experience. The beefy RP-8000F II is the largest direct-firing tower speaker in Klipsch’s newly updated RP lineup, and it packs a hefty punch. It features dual 8″ woofers for punchy bass and midrange, and a 1″ horn-loaded tweeter for clear highs.

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Klipsch RP-8000F II: More Information

Upgraded tweeter and horn

The Klipsch RP-8000F II 1″ LTS (Linear Travel Suspension) tweeter features a vented housing to reduce standing waves that can compromise sound quality. The hallmark Tractrix® horn it’s housed in has a widened mouth for better soundstaging and directivity. That means a wider “sweet spot” overall and better imaging within that sweet spot. The horn also sports a soft silicone face and a unique phase plug to keep the highs smooth and non-fatiguing.

Under-the-hood driver upgrades

Metallic drivers aren’t anything new for Klipsch speakers, but the company has made significant improvements to the motor structures behind the cones for the Klipsch RP-8000F II. Each woofer has a 70% larger voice coil for greater control, speed, and accuracy. The woofers also have new aluminum shorting rings that help reduce distortion and let the drivers handle some extra power.

A new cabinet for better sound

Klipsch also upgraded the RP-8000F II’s cabinet. This go-around, they added additional bracing throughout and divided the cabinet into sections. That helps to reduce sound-altering cabinet resonance and vibration and improves clarity.

The cabinet has two rear-firing Tractrix ports that help deepen the speaker’s bass response. Their unique horn shape promotes more efficient airflow in and out of the cabinet, minimizing port noise and low-frequency distortion.

Since this speaker uses a ported cabinet, you don’t want to place it up against a wall. Instead, I recommend giving the speaker some “breathing room” by pulling it away from your wall a little. Its bass response will thank you.

Bi-amp or bi-wire for even better sound

There are two sets of binding posts on the back of the RP-8000F II.

Product highlights:

  • 1″ LTS (Linear Travel Suspension) titanium diaphragm tweeter with Tractrix® horn
  • two 8″ Cerametallic™ cone woofers
  • frequency response: 35-25,000 Hz (± 3dB)
  • sensitivity: 98 dB
  • power handling: up to 150 watts RMS
  • impedance: 8 ohms
  • bass-reflex design with two rear-firing Tractrix ports
  • magnetic grille protects drivers and looks stylish
  • furniture-grade ebony vinyl with scratch-resistant design and satin-painted baffles
  • cast aluminum feet for modern look with less vibration transferred to floor
  • two sets of aluminum binding posts for bi-amping or bi-wiring, with audiophile-grade internal speaker wiring
    • extra set of binding posts for connecting a passive Dolby Atmos-enabled speaker
  • dimensions: 10-7/8″W x 43-3/16″H x 17-9/16″D
  • weight: 61.4 lbs.
  • warranty: 5 years

What’s in the box:

  • Floorstanding loudspeaker (ONE)
  • Stabilizer feet (pre-installed)
  • Grille
  • 2 Terminal jumpers (pre-installed)
  • Rubber cap (pre-installed)
  • User Manual
  • Important Safety Instructions
  • Warranty Information

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