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- Sensitivity: 102 db @ 1watt/1meter
- Power Handling: 100w max continuous (400 w peak)
- (1) Pair Klipsch Forte III Floor-Standing Speaker
- 1) Klipsch SW-311 Subwoofer
- Frequency range+/- 3 dB [Hz] min: 43
- requency range+/- 3 dB [Hz] max: 26.500
- Engaging, Detailed, Room-Filling Sound
- Soft-Dome Tweeter, 5 1/4” Kevlar Midrange, Dual 6.5” Kevlar Woofers
- Purchase this bundle and receive two Klipsch RF7 II Cherry Reference Tower Speakers.
- Every Reference speaker utilizes our Tractrix Horn technology for lifelike sound, more output using less energy, improved reliability, reduced distortion and a large soundstage with well-defined imaging.
- The Acoustech Platinum Series PL-89 tower speakers can be used for both the main and/or surround channels in any theater system.
- Video-shielded 250-watt (600-watt peak) two-way horn tower with dual 8-Inch woofers.
- (2) RP-280F Reference Premiere Floorstanding Speaker with Dual 8" Cerametallic Cone Woofers - Each (Piano Black)
- 1" linear travel Suspension titanium tweeter
- You Get A Pair of RP-280FA Reference Premiere Dolby Atmos Enabled Floorstanding Speakers (Walnut)
- Our proprietary speaker technologies are ideal for delivering the most immersive, impactful 360° Dolby Atmos listening experience. Controlled directivity and high-performance have been an integral part of Klipsch acoustic design principals for the better part of a century.
- YOU WILL RECEIVE: 2 PL-980 towers......One Left-One Right...
- "You Receive: One Pair PL-980(right and Left) Unlike the majority of horn floor speakers on the market today, the PL-980s incorporate a 3-way multi-driver design rather than a 2-way design. Although many 2-way floor speakers offer outstanding performance, the PL-980's 3-way design enhances and refines mid frequencies which enable an extended soundstage, dynamic range, and frequency response. Their imaging and lifelike sound is as if looking throu...
- You Will Receive: 1 PL-980 Left 3-way Floor Speakers.
- Their imaging and lifelike sound is as if looking through the performance stage front to back, very much like what is experienced audibly and visually at a live performance.