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Originally Posted by Francky /t/1522830/kliptch-rf-82-2-speaker#post_24497182
It all depends if you like horn loaded speakers. I've had mine for over a year now. I use them for ht and music. Here in Canada at 1200$ msrp in my opinion you cant get more bang for the buck. I'm not saying there isnt anything better out there but for the price they are incredible but it all comes down to what type of sound you like. Klipsch are very forward, in you're face with all the qualities and disadvantges that come with it. Dynamics, bass, wide soundstage, natural sound for me is what i love about them. A lot of people find them harsh and i did too for a while until i found out that my room was the cause. I have demoed ML electromotion, Focal 726, Dynaudio, Waferdhale. bare in mind that the first 3 are way more expensive. But for the life of me i cannot stand listening to metal tweeters anymore. They all sound artificial to me. If you decide to go the Klipsch way keep in mind that if you want to get the best out of them you will need to put some consideration into room acoustic treatment and positioning as they can be quite unforgiving being horn loaded and bass ported. But the rewards are worht it.