Top 10 Best Klipsch Floor Standing Speakers
for February 2024

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Whether you're looking to add some music to your living room, bedroom, patio or pool, there's nothing quite like listening to some tunes. A home audio system is a great way to spice up any room, whether you're looking to dance, relax, or even have a dance party.

When it comes to home audio, there are two main options: wireless speakers, which connect to your home Wi-Fi, and wired speakers, which connect directly to your home's electrical outlet. The wireless speakers are quick and easy to set up and come in a variety of different styles, including wireless speakers with Bluetooth connectivity, wireless speakers with wireless subwoofers, and wireless speakers with Google Assistant.

The wired speakers are a good option for homes that don't have Wi-Fi, but wired speakers do require an electrical outlet. The wired speakers we tested in the MOOZ Themes Reviews Lab are durable, stylish, and easy to set up. Our top pick is the Klipsch R6i II Wireless Speaker, which pairs well with any audio source and looks great in any room.

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Klipsch RP-280F Reference Premiere Floorstanding Speaker with Dual 8 inch Cerametallic Cone Woofers (Ebony Pair)

Klipsch RP-280F Reference Premiere Floorstanding Speaker with 8 Dual inch Cerametallic Cone Woofers (Ebony Pair)

by Klipsch

Utilizing Tractrix geometry, the all new Reference Premiere ports allows for the most efficient, fastest air transfer from the cabinet for the cleanest, most powerful low frequency response on the market.

The Klipsch RP280F Reference Premiere Tower Speakers are one of the best-sounding tower speakers we've heard, and they perform particularly well when paired with the matching Klipsch RP280F center channel. These speakers were praised for their clear-sounding, well-balanced audio reproduction, and their rich, deep bass response. The Cerametallic woofers are especially good for minimizing distortion, and they provide deep, rich bass. The Tractrix Hornloaded LTS tweeters add detail and brightness to the overall sound, and the compression molded rubber construction helps minimize harshness and resonance. These speakers also looked very good, and they felt solid and weighty, so they're likely to last for many years. The speakers also include several input options, including digital and analog outputs, a 3.5 mm output, a 5.1.2 analog input, and a 7.1.2 analog input.

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Klipsch Reference R-26FA Dolby Atmos Floorstanding Speakers, Black, Pair

Klipsch Reference R-26FA Atmos Dolby Floorstanding Speakers

by Klipsch

Main Channel: Nominal Impedance: 8 Ohms Compatible

The Klipsch Reference R-26FA floorstanding speakers are a step up from the R-17FA but fall squarely in the middle of the Reference line. While they lack some of the higher-end models' warmth and smoothness, the R-26FAs still offer plenty of power and deep bass. They're a great value, especially considering that they're made of real wood, which can be hard to find in a budget speaker. The speakers are also very easy to set up, and their included remote has buttons for all of the volume, mute, and mute switch functions. The on/off switch is on the top panel of the speaker, and the power switch is on the bottom. The speakers have four 5.25-inch woofers, two 5.25-inch midrange drivers, and two 6.5-inch tweeters. The tweeters are mounted on top of the midrange drivers, but you can adjust the distance at the top of the speaker to adjust the bass response. The speakers have 110dB of dynamic range, and they deliver an average 89dB of loudness at 1 foot away from the speakers. The speakers are relatively compact, and they weigh just 35 pounds each, so they're easy to move. The included hardware and speaker wires are high-quality, and the speakers' surrounds are made of real wood. The speakers come with a three-year warranty, and since they're made in China, the Klipsch warranty doesn't apply.

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

Klipsch RP-8000F Reference Floorstanding Premiere Speaker

by Klipsch

Strong, Flexible Removable Magnetic Grille

The Klipsch RP-8000F Reference Premiere Floorstanding Speaker is a top-notch speaker that delivers fantastic sound, and it's important not to overstate the case. The RP-8000F isn't as big and brawny as many of the speakers in this roundup, but its sound is every bit as impressive. It also represents great value for the dollar. The RP-8000F's two 8" Woofers deliver deep, controlled bass, and the dual 8" Tweeters provide plenty of detail and clarity. Both speakers are powered by dual 8" woofers and dual 1" tweeters, which are powered by 150 watts of power. These speakers are well-designed, with solid construction and solid bass. Since the RP-8000F's enclosure is front-firing, it doesn't get as loud as other speakers in this roundup. The speaker's increased efficiency also results in lower power consumption, so these speakers will run for hours on a power cord. The Klipsch RP-8000F's sound is also excellent for movies and TV, and it's a lot more accurate than other speakers in this roundup, making it great for listening to music.

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The Klipsch R-625FA is an impressive floorstanding speaker with a sound and performance that puts it on par with some of the best bookshelf speakers on the market. It delivers big, detailed sound with solid bass, and it's capable of reproducing pretty much all musical genres with authority and power. The Klipsch has big, deep bass, and it's generally good across all frequencies, but the highs sound a bit harsh and piercing at times. The sound is punchy, but the bass is very deep. However, the Klipsch also suffers from a bit of imbalance, with bass sounds being much louder than the higher frequencies. If you're an audiophile, the Klipsch will sound good to you, but if you're looking for balanced sound, you might be better off with another option. The speaker's impressive sound is matched by its attractive design, which includes painted metal grilles, black vinyl-covered wooden cabinets, and subtle black detailing. The Klipsch's styling gives it a classic look that's well-suited to modern decor, and its matte black finish is unobtrusive and won't clash with most color schemes. The speaker's controls are simple and user-friendly, and its remote features both volume and mute buttons, which help you make quick adjustments.

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Klipsch R-625FA Dolby Atmos Floorstanding Speakers - Pair (Black)

Klipsch R-625FA Dolby Floorstanding Atmos Speakers

by Klipsch

FREQUENCY RESPONSE 38Hz - 21kHz +/- 3dB | SENSITIVITY 96 dB @ 2 83V/1M | POWER HANDLING (CONT/PEAK) 100W/400W | NOMINAL IMPEDANCE 8 ohms Compatible | CROSSOVER FREQUENCY 2 000 Hz

The Klipsch R-625FA floorstanding speakers are top-notch performers, delivering punchy and articulate sound for all kinds of music. They are compatible with both Dolby Atmos and DTS:X, and they provide a greater sense of height than other speakers in their respective classes. The speakers have a tight, clean, well-defined sound, with punchy and powerful bass that's clean and accurate. The speakers are reasonably compact, making them easy to install. The speaker mounts have a simple, almost retro design, and their cables are long enough to reach where you want to install them. Their frequency response is linear, and they offer a wide dynamic range. They're also fairly loud, though they are more efficient at low volumes. The speakers are somewhat compact, so they're not ideal for large rooms, and they aren't as flexible as other speakers we've tested, such as the Polk Audio Alpha, the Jamo Radius, and the Sonos Play:5. The speakers are relatively heavy, and their grilles can be difficult to remove without getting too close to the driver, so you'll have to be patient to remove them for cleaning. The speakers also have iffy timing; they sound inconsistent at low volumes.

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Klipsch RP-6000F Floorstanding Speaker (Ebony Pair)

Klipsch RP-6000F Floorstanding (Ebony Speaker Pair)

by Klipsch

Strong, Flexible Removable Magnetic Grille

The Klipsch RP-6000F is one of the most powerful floorstanding speakers we've ever tested. It's fast and accurate, with a punchy, clean sound that is a pleasure to listen to. The bass is deep and powerful, and the midrange and treble are balanced. This speaker can reproduce a wide range of frequencies, making it a good choice for movies and music. It can fill a small room with that punchy, clean sound, and it's loud enough to fill a larger room, too. The speakers are well made and look attractive. The controls are simple and intuitive, and the speakers are relatively easy to set up. We have one complaint: The speakers are heavy. They are about as much as two 40-pound speakers, and they don't come with bases or spikes, so it's important to secure them firmly to the floor. The speakers also have a rather low frequency response, so they aren't as good at reproducing bass as some of the other floorstanding speakers we tested.

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The Klipsch R-620F isn't perfect, but it's the best floorstanding speaker we tested for sound quality, and if you're willing to put up with its somewhat quirky appearance, it has plenty to offer. The R-620F is well-designed, with sturdy construction and an attractive woodgrain finish. Its bass reproduction is somewhat uneven, but it's still good at filling a medium to large room with sound. The Tractrix ports are very effective, and since they fire out of the back of the speaker, they minimize port noise. The 1" aluminum cone tweeter delivers clear, natural sounding highs. The R-620F is well suited to both movies and music, and it offers enough bass for rock, rap, electronica, and similar genres. The speaker also includes a port plug that blocks the bottom port, a useful feature for reduced bass distortion. The speaker is a little loud for a small room, so if it's in a small room, you'll likely need to turn up the volume. On the downside, the bass response is uneven, which can make it sound a little boomy if you're listening to electronic music or hip-hop. The speaker also doesn't have an adjustable bass or treble control, so it needs to be set to the sound you want. The speaker has three inputs, but only one is a speaker-level input, which limits the usefulness of this speaker to a home audio system. The Klipsch R-620F has a bright, relatively harsh tone, and it lacks the warmth and clarity found in the best floorstanding speakers we tested, such as the KEF M500, Paradigm Persona, and Definitive Technology M60-P. But if you're willing to accept these shortcomings, the R-620F offers impressive sound quality for the money, and it's an excellent choice for bookshelf- or floorstanding speakers for a medium to large room.

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Klipsch RP-6000F Reference Premiere Floorstanding Speaker - Each (Ebony) (Renewed)

Klipsch RP-6000F Reference Floorstanding Premiere Speaker

by Klipsch

Strong, Flexible Removable Magnetic Grille

The RP-6000F is a large floorstanding speaker with an impressive amount of power, great sound, and a clean aesthetic. This speaker is enormously powerful, and it delivers deep, powerful bass. The distortion levels are low, and the frequency response is flat. It's also surprisingly clean-sounding for a floor-standing speaker, producing very little distortion at high volumes. The soundstage is huge, and the speaker's soundstage is impressively wide. If you're looking for big, powerful sound, the RP-6000F is a great choice. It's also easy to drive, and the high-sensitivity subwoofer makes it easy to get very loud. The speaker's aesthetic is clean, modern, and understated, and the cabinet is very solid and well-built. The biggest downside is the price, which is higher than most floor-standing speakers, though it's on par with other large floor-standing speakers.

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Klipsch RP-8000F Floorstanding Speaker Pair in Ebony

Klipsch RP-8000F Floorstanding Pair Speaker in Ebony

by Klipsch

Strong, Flexible Removable Magnetic Grille

The RP-8000F floorstanding speaker pair from Klipsch is, quite simply, the most detailed, refined-sounding speaker in this price range. Its 8-inch woofer, 1-inch tweeter, and 1.75-inch Tractrix port combine to create a sound that is rich, clear, and round. The speakers' dual-enclosure design also ensures that each speaker's sound is distinct from the other, so you hear a balanced, cohesive sound. And, because the speakers have dual binding posts, you can biwire them, or biamp them. The RP-8000F's design also makes it suitable for use as a center speaker in a 5.1 setup. The speakers have 20 watts of power, and they sound best on speakers rated for at least 100 watts. They're also suitable for HTIB (home theater in a box) setups. The speakers come with adjustable spikes and rubber feet, and they can be positioned on a hardwood floor, a rug, or stand. The speakers are heavy, and they require assembly. For excellent sound quality at a low price, it's hard to beat the RP-8000F.

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