For the serious audiophile, the Reference RF-7 II speakers from Klipsch make an excellent starting point for a movie theater or music room. These floor-standing units are a great choice for standalone stereo sound or as part of professional multi-channel systems. The series name is a nod to a flat response and quality design that is worthy of studio monitors. Moreover, these are available in two versions: medium cherry and black ash wood veneer, making your dream sound venue look as good as it sounds. The result is a speaker that brings pristine sound and outstanding quality to satisfy the most demanding audio consumer. Internal components include high-quality Klipsch audio products designed to produce excellent sound. Specifications of the RF-7 II include one horn-loaded 1.75-inch tweeter, featuring linear travel suspension and a titanium diaphragm compression driver. Titanium diaphragm drivers provide a clear response for high frequency waves, without sounding too bright or causing listener’s fatigue. The signature Tractrix horn displays state-of-the-art technology for lower power consumption with enhanced output clarity. The crystal-clear soundscapes are completed by the mid and low frequency output from two 10-inch woofers. Each high-output Cerametallic woofer cone has a unique aluminum construction that improves dampening and reduces distortion. The precise engineering of the RF-7 II makes every audio signal that reaches its carefully crafted wiring sound exactly like the recording artist intended. The furniture-grade construction packs precisely engineered vibrations in an elegant envelope that provides realistic mid-frequency response. Furthermore, thanks to dual rear-firing ports and the natural acoustics of its large speakers and quality wood, the tight bass coming from Reference speakers is unparalleled. The tweeter and woofers work together at a 1200 Hz crossover frequency. Finer aesthetic details include discrete rounded feet with copper accents for a cleaner look.Speaker versatility is also key in home theater set-ups, and Klipsch has certainly taken this into account in this model. Dual binding posts let you bi-wire or bi-amp your speaker for further customization of your system. While designed to work with other models in the Klipsch Reference line, such as the matching subwoofer, center channel, and bookshelf speakers, you can use these loudspeakers with a broad range of amplifiers and wired or wireless receivers as required by your space and set-up. Whether you are listening to music, enjoying Blu-Ray video, playing a video game, or enjoying any other media type, this loudspeaker provides an outstanding experience that will glue you to your chair in sonic awe.The tower measures 48.5 inches tall and has a footprint of 11.6 by 16.3 inches, and its weight of 87 pounds ensures quality speakers that deliver 250 W of RMS and 100 W of peak power. Frequency response goes from a rumbling 30 Hz to 24 KHz, just above the human hearing range. This speaker is American-made in Hope, Arkansas, the fifth generation of a line that has gained an excellent reputation among home audio enthusiasts. Enjoy the flawless, immersive performance of the RF-7 II in the comfort of your own home.