While the Klipsch Reference Wireless system is not inexpensive, it sure solves a lot of problems for many people. If wiring is impossible in your space and you’ve been dying to get the full surround sound experience, it will be akin to finding water on a desert island. We like the fact you can start small and grow with it over time. Plus the fact that it is software-based should allow for some pretty cool updates over time.
The bookshelf pair is based on the R-51M, which is a two-way mid-sized bookshelf speaker.
The wireless model adds a “W” to the model name and is the RW-51M. These use the famous Klipsch Tractrix horn coupled with their 5 ¼” spun-copper IMG Woofer. This model, in the nonpowered version, has been a best seller that gives you a ton of performance for the money. It stands about 13” tall, by 7” wide, by 8 ½” deep.
The center channel is derived from their R34C center channel.
R34C is one of the best value center channels on the market. It uses the same tweeter as the R-51M for perfect matching, coupled with 4 of their 3 ½” spun-copper IMG woofers. It has front-firing Tractrix bass ports, enabling it to be put right up against a rear wall. It’s just slightly over 5” tall, 26” wide, and 6” deep.
For a great bass foundation, Klipsch picked their R-100SW sub.
Again, this is a super popular model in the Reference series with its 10” spun-copper IMG woofer that provides pretty amazing deep bass for its modest size of what is roughly about a 14” cube.
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