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Klipsch RB-10 4-Inch Two-Way Bookshelf Loudspeaker (pair)
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- Has both a back-panel keyhole for on-wall mounting and a threaded insert for attachment to popular adjustable wall and ceiling brackets
- FREQUENCY RESPONSE - 90Hz-20kHz +/-3 dB
- SENSITIVITY - 90dB @ 2.83V / 1 meter
- POWER HANDLING - 50 watts maximum continuous (200 watts peak)
- NOMINAL IMPEDANCE - 8 ohms compatible
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The Reference Series RB-10 bookshelf loudspeaker is part of Klipsch's new entry-level Reference 10 family that offers the same advanced technology and world-class materials as the Reference III models but from smaller enclosures and at lower price points. As the smallest bookshelf loudspeaker Klipsch has ever made, the RB-10 employs a 4-inch woofer and a 1-inch titanium-dome compression driver loaded with a 4-inch square Tractrix Horn for maximum clarity and efficiency. The woofer on the RB-10 still features Klipsch's distinctive, copper-colored Cerametallic material. Made with an anodized aluminum, this cone is strong and dent resistant. The anodizing process converts its inner and out surface to ceramic. The outcome is a rigid cone with superb damping characteristics that will not flex or resonate at frequencies within the woofer's operating range. As in all Reference Series speakers, the RB-10 crossover network is constructed using extremely high-quality components including top-of-the-line internal wiring, polyester film-type capacitors and an air-core inductor to ensure signal purity and proper driver integration. Available in a black vinyl finish, the RB-10 features a low-diffraction sculpted baffle and magnetically attached grille for an elegant fit and finish This bookshelf model may be small, but it carries a huge dynamic presence that is sure to blow audiences away.
Featuring the same technology and materials found in Klipsch Reference III speakers, the RB-10 bookshelf speaker offers a smaller enclosure and more affordable price tag. The smallest bookshelf loudspeaker Klipsch has ever made, the RB-10 employs a 4-inch woofer and a 1-inch titanium-dome compression driver loaded with a 4-inch square Tractrix Horn for maximum clarity and efficiency. The speaker measures 8.7 x 5.6 x 7.8 inches (HxWxD) and weighs a svelte 6 pounds.
The woofer's copper-colored Cerametallic rigid cone dampens the woofer, preventing it from flexing or resonating at frequencies within the woofer's operating range. All drivers are magnetically shielded to prevent interference with direct-view television sets. The RB-10 features a low-diffraction sculpted baffle and magnetically attached grille for an elegant fit and finish. It has both a back-panel keyhole for on-wall mounting and a threaded insert for attachment to popular adjustable wall and ceiling brackets.
Top Customer Reviews
I Received My Klipsch RB 10 4-Inch Two Way BookShelf Speakers Yesterday
And Had Them Both Connected To My 7.2 Surround Sound In Less Than Ten Min.
I Live In An Apt. ( Not Too Big And Not Too Small ) Just Right. I Looked At Klipsch Speakers
For about Two Weeks. They Were On Sale At That Time And I Just Could Not Make Up My Mind
Which Klipsch Speakers Would Match My Apt.
Then They Went Off Sale and The Third Party Sellers Took Over And Jacked The Prices Way Up.
For A Klipish 129.00 Speaker, These Sellers Jacked The Prices All The Up To $199.00. Well I Was Not Going To Pay $199.00 For A Klipsch That Was Just At $129.00. So I Kept Looking Around Amazon And Found These Little Jewels For $96.66.
I Really Had My Doubts As To Weather These Tiny Klipsch Were Any Good At All. After Looking For Another Week, I Saw That the Third Party Sellers Were Not Going To Drop the Prices, So I Spotted These Klipsch RB-10 4 - InchTwo Way BookShelf Speakers.
I Looked And Checked These Speakers Out For A Week. I thought Fpr $96.66 These Speakers Can Not Be Worth A Crap.
Man Was I Ever Wrong And That Is Putting It Mildly !!! I Went Ahead And Took a Chance On These Tiny Little Speakers, And
I Am So Glad I Did. After I Had Connected These Klipsch To My Rear Surround Sound, Cause My Front Had Plenty Of Speakers,
And My Four Tower Speakers Throw Out Base Like You Would Not Believe. So I Connrcted These Tiny Klipisch To My Rear Surround Speakers.The I Put On Joan Jett And The BlackHearts Cause She Is My Electric Guitar Hero Any My Most Favorite Female Guitar Player. Whenever I Heard The Sound Coming From These Two Little Tiny Klipisch Speakers I Was Totally Blown Away. You Would Not Believe The Sound Quality Coming From These Two Little Tiny Klipisch Speakers.
There Is So Much Power Coming From These Speakers, That They Are Actually OverRiding My Rear Surround Tower Speakers, There Is Awesome BASE Coming From The Klipisch And The Higher Notes Are Awesome. I'm Hearing Things From These Klipish Speakers
That I Have Never Ever Heard From Any Four Of My Four Surround Tower Speakers.
All I Can Say Is Never Ever Judge AnyThing By It's Size. I Almost Did, And I Wound Not Have An Excellent Set Of Klipisch Speakers If I Had.
I Suppose The Bigger And Higher Priced Speakers Are Awesome Too, But I Believe They Would Have Been Too Much Power For My Apt. And I Did Not Want The People Living Next Door In Other Apts. Knocking On My Door Saying Turn It Down !! ( lol ) !!
So In Closing: If Your Living In A Medium Size Apt. And Want Some Serious Excellent Sound, You May Just Want To Check These
Little Jems Out. If You Don't Like Them You Can Always Send Them Back For A Larger Pair.
But For Me The Little Klipsch RB 10-Inch Two Way Bookshelf Speakers Are Simply Put : PERFECT !!!
Thank You For Your Time !!Klipsch RB-10 4-Inch Two-Way Bookshelf Loudspeaker (pair)
Klipsch RB-10s are only slightly larger than the ubiquitous old Radio Shack Minimus 7, but pack a much bigger punch. Higher output, deeper bass. Obviously, you won't get real deep bass from these without a subwoofer. But they sound great without one.
I have Khorns in the living room, with Klipsch's current big sub, and Fortes in the master with dual subs. And I still sat and listened to these for a couple hours, enjoying them. They aren't perfect, but I prefer them to the vaunted Pioneer 22 Andrew Jones model. Sold those; keeping the RB-10. YMMV. Gave them 5-stars based on sound, price and size combination. They are pretty sensitive (efficient) for a small speaker, so you can play to decent levels with a low-powered amp.
Non-audiophiles will likely love them, while enthusiasts will spend more anyway, already knowing the type of sound they want.