Originally Posted by nirajchokshi
No one guys?
I had a pair of R-15M for a short while.
I thought they were ok. For the price
Imaging was decent, if you're in the sweet spot.
Pretty good midrange / bass. The port is large for such a small bookshelf.
Detail and resolution? Missing a bit, but not bad at all.
Sound a bit cupped, and can be a bit harsh at times volume.
For the price, I think they do well, with the only real caveat for me being your tolerance to the horn, which depends on what music is played and at what volume. I do like them overall. I forgot about returning a $99 pair of R-14M I was going to have in the garage with the R-15M. I think I'll hang on to them for that price, oddball match up with my polk in the garage but, don't care so much there when I'm cursing at a hard to reach bolt or getting covered in grease and busting knuckles under a car
Initially I did not think they were fatiguing, but they can become fatiguing, especially at louder volumes.
More of a fun speaker than serious listening. I intended to put them in the garage, but wound up getting a cheap set of polk audio towers instead. I find polk is easier to listen to generally.
The R-15M do get quite loud if desired, fun speaker to rock out with (especially with a sub) but maybe not for long sessions.
I'd like to hear the the higher end new models of Klipsch. They've made some changes to the horn and tweeters.