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Klipsch RF-7 III Speakers Review

Hey folks, this will eventually be the home of the full review of the Klipsch RF-7 III speakers, the "Fire Breathing Dragons." If you clicked here looking for a finished review, sorry but that's not yet possible. Here's the scene at my house 10 minutes ago:



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Looking forward to the review.

Will it include frequency response measurements?

BTW, I had a pair of the RF-7 III's delivered late last week, but have had very little time to listen to them due to a home remodeling project.

I also currently own the RF-7 II's and previously owned the RP-280F's.

All 3 are/were used in a 2-channel context with no sub(s).

In my brief time listening to the RF-7 III's, I found them to sound balanced with tone controls flat, whereas I had to reduce the treble a bit with the RF-7 II's. Of course, they maintain the RF-7 II's dynamics, slam, and ability to play loud without strain. I was not getting the best center image with the III's, so I think I will need to play with toe-in a bit.

The RF-7 III's are about 10 lbs heavier than the II's and are a pain to move and place. Had to recruit my son for some assistance.
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Looking forward to the review.

Will it include frequency response measurements?

BTW, I had a pair of the RF-7 III's delivered late last week, but have had very little time to listen to them due to a home remodeling project.

I also currently own the RF-7 II's and previously owned the RP-280F's.

All 3 are/were used in a 2-channel context with no sub(s).

In my brief time listening to the RF-7 III's, I found them to sound balanced with tone controls flat, whereas I had to reduce the treble a bit with the RF-7 II's. Of course, they maintain the RF-7 II's dynamics, slam, and ability to play loud without strain. I was not getting the best center image with the III's, so I think I will need to play with toe-in a bit.

The RF-7 III's are about 10 lbs heavier than the II's and are a pain to move and place. Had to recruit my son for some assistance.
How did the RPs stack up?

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How did the RPs stack up?
The RP-280F were the first Klipsch I ever owned. I found them to be a bit bright and piercing quite often, but they gave me a taste of the dynamics and effortlessness that Klipsch and other horn-loaded speakers are known for.

However, RP-280F’s were not the brightest speakers I’ve owned. Polk RTi8’s were. They were unlistenable to me. Point being that some folks have the impression that a horn loaded speaker is going to be bright and piercing compared to all standard cone and dome speakers. Just not true.

So, I decided to upgrade to the RF-7 II. They are better than the RP-280F in every way, IMO (and they better be at around 3X the cost). The RF-7 II sounded more balanced (less bright), have deeper bass, have seemingly unlimited volume capability, sound more effortless, have better build quality, etc.

With the RF-7 II’s build quality, real wood veneer, ability to play loud without strain, etc., I think of them as “lifetime speakers” – meaning that they could last me for the rest of my life and be handed down to one of our kids.

However, they are not perfect (what speaker is though?). They can still be a bit bright when the volume is pushed, so I became curious about the RF-7 III, especially after reading some user comparisons vs. the II’s.
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just picked up the RF-7 II this weekend on the fry's deal, and man, what a difference over the RF-82 II they are replacing. the high's seem so much more under control. Will be very curious to read the II vs III comparison here!

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Mark, how's the review coming along?
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Mark, how's the review coming along?
Just fine thanks. Redid the system they are hooked up to, ran Dirac, so that's all good. No issues, nice speakers, if they appeal to someone I suppose it's mostly a question if they fit the room and the budget. They never, ever break a sweat no matter what I do with 'em. Glorious excess.

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Cool, thanks for the preview.

The "never break a sweat" comment is true with the III's and II's.

They remain squeaky clean at higher dB levels than I can tolerate in a large room using a modest 100 w/ch Rotel RX-1052 stereo receiver. I briefly tested the II's with 107 dB music peaks at the 13' MLP...not for long though...too loud, but they showed no signs of distortion or compression at that level...they were begging for more.
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Just fine thanks. Redid the system they are hooked up to, ran Dirac, so that's all good. No issues, nice speakers, if they appeal to someone I suppose it's mostly a question if they fit the room and the budget. They never, ever break a sweat no matter what I do with 'em. Glorious excess.
When can we expect the final review?
My new RF-7 III’s RC-64 III should be showing up in about a week! They will be replacing my 280f’s and 450c, which I love, so I’m hoping (and confident, from what I read) that they will be a pretty big improvement. 🙂
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My new RF-7 III’s RC-64 III should be showing up in about a week! They will be replacing my 280f’s and 450c, which I love, so I’m hoping (and confident, from what I read) that they will be a pretty big improvement. 🙂
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kudos for playing Skinny Puppy through them!!! I was wondering who you'd play when you mentioned industrial, an oft ignored genre in reviews.

side note... I'll be seeing Ohgr on the 14th of Aug.

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Is the compression driver of this tower available in any of the bookshelf speakers? Klipsh is awful at describing what exact tweeter is actually in their bookshelfs? Or same compression driver but in a 1" or something?

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ive had these a couple months now along with rc-64iii, I have 3 xpa-1 monoblocks with rx-2060
sound is crisp and clear, ive listened to more music in the past 2 months than i have in the past 20 years, these speakers make feel like im in high school again(if thats a good thing). Movies are even better, i had to rewatch my whole collection. Only running 3.1 for now until my remodel is complete. They keep up with my pb-16 ultra no problem, i run xo at 80. Dunkirk is my fav on these, brings another level of authority
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Interesting review and now I am starting to have the subtle urge to upgrade my faithful RF-83s down the road with these compelling successors.


Nice to know that new design elements such as the new Tractrix-Horn and separate woofer chambers have really refined and propelled the RF-7 series to even greater performance levels.
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Mark, nice review and quite glowing!

You indicated that you used subs most of the time.

What were your impressions of bass quality and depth in 2.0 post room correction?

I use mine in 2.0 in a large room, so I doubt I have the room gain that you experienced. Actually, on some music content, I dial the bass up a couple dB and get "almost" the same tactile sensation as the basement mancave 5.1 rig running 2 Outlaw 12" subs.

Also, do you plan to post any before/after room correction frequency plots, or do you no longer include those in reviews?

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Mark, nice review and quite glowing!

You indicated that you used subs most of the time.

What were your impressions of bass quality and depth in 2.0 post room correction?

I use mine in 2.0 in a large room, so I doubt I have the room gain that you experienced. Actually, on some music content, I dial the bass up a couple dB and get "almost" the same tactile sensation as the basement mancave 5.1 rig running 2 Outlaw 12" subs.

Also, do you plan to post any before/after room correction frequency plots, or do you no longer include those in reviews?
I covered the 2.0 performance with room correction in my recent Yamaha using REW measurements at the listening position. In this case not averaged. I also have the Dirac Live plot for that.


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These seem comparable to some of JTR's 2-way offerings, with a wider dispersion pattern. JTRs are 60 x 60. I feel like the 90 degree pattern may be better in good rooms if the components and design are otherwise comparable or equivalent.
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¿¿¿ anybody heard the JBL 590 twers versus these Klipsch RF7-III ???
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Nice glowing review. Thanks for posting. So, you gonna keep em?. Would love to stop over sometime to hear them in your setup, since were practically neighbors.

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Nice glowing review. Thanks for posting. So, you gonna keep em?. Would love to stop over sometime to hear them in your setup, since were practically neighbors.
Haha if only I could justify it. They got picked up an hour ago.

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Good day Mark. Excellent review as usual.

I’ve been an owner since early January. Believe me, I understand your pain of solo unboxing these “Fire Breathing Dragons.”😀 I was using a Denon X7200WA and Emotiva amps but I since upgraded to Marantz AV8805.

I ran Audyssey and have listened to music with and without a sub. I prefer listening to music using my two Klipsch R115SW subs. My critical listening music includes Gato Barberi’s Europa, George Benson’s This Masquerade and Miss Nancy Wilson’s The Way It Goes. The 7III’s sounded wonderful with each of these selections. No matter what genre of music, I have been treated to rich, smooth and clear music!

Movies with the 7III’s as well as the RC64III center channel, in my system, is just ridiculous. They play with such force and detail that watching movies are a treat. Dunkirk, The Dark Knight, Star Trek...etc are truly an experience.

The 7III’s were an upgrade for me from the 280’s. I liked the 280’s very much but since I’ve gotten the 7’s, it’s like a veil has been lifted.

Beautifully hand crafted in the USA with rich, crystal clear, smooth sound and wonderful bass. The 7’s truly are “Fire Breathing Dragons.”

The Klipsch RF-7III for me, well worth the investment .
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Haha if only I could justify it. They got picked up an hour ago.
Ugh, too bad. You might miss them Mark, but I understand. Hope they didn't get wet with all the crazy wet weather we've had lately. I've been enjoying my RP-280FA's quite a bit since I got them. They sound great for both music and movies. Someday I'm hoping to justify the 7III’s myself

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Mark, thanks for posting the plots.

Looks like the bass starts to roll-off around 30-35Hz, which is in-line with the specs.

I find the RF-7 III bass to be adequate for music, and can't fit/justify subs in this 2-channel system anyway, since we have subs in the basement system.

I feel lucky that the wife has not scoffed at the progressively larger floorstanders in the 2-channel system (family room). The 7's are good enough and big enough to stay put.

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I haven’t even ran MCACC with my Pioneer receiver or done any fine tuning at all and they still sound incredible. Hope to give them a good test with Ready Player One in the next day or two.
Music is spectacular also.

These things are huge though. Here’s a photo comparing the rp280f’s and the rf-7iii’s. Also the rp450c and the rc-64iii.


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So, would you reccomend these for movies too? I’ve been eyeballing the RP280’s since you did that review a few years ago, maybe I should keep saving? Is there matching book shelf’s, surrounds and center channels that go with these?

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