Klipsch R-41SA Powerful Detailed Home Speaker Set of 2 Black
1" Aluminum Lets Tweeter, The Klipsch Store, Detailed Sound, 4" Spun-Copper Woofer, High Output, 100 Watt Power Handling
What We Like
- The keyhole mounting system makes it easy to add incredible sound effects
- Tweeter suspension provides high efficiency and improved resolution and detail
- Exposed fasteners and low profile magnetic grilles give a polished and modern appearance
- may not be suitable for most PC
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What buyers say about Klipsch R-41SA Powerful Detailed Home Speaker Set of 2 Black
It sounds like a movie theater with overhead sound, but are in reality coming from across the room, as opposed to what my cell phone could produce.
In my 7.2.2 setup I use them for surrounds, rear surrounds, and front Atmos, and the difference is night-to-day.
I bought these at Best Buy and they sound great, I can use them as Atmos speakers once I have the money, and we aren't missing events in the movie anymore because of the sound travels.
The speakers sound great and are very easy to mount, they have a rubber finish on the back so the speaker doesn't have to rest against the wall.
The front pair were not able to change the shape of the ceiling, but I was able to mount them within inches of the ceiling.
What is the difference between the rp-140sa and r-41sa?
R41SA is current and R140SA is discontinued, they are almost identical from a performance perspective.
Can I use this for a 7.1 system behind the couch? The couch is only 2 feet from the wall.
I used Bi-Polar speakers for my rear surrounds, which were a couple feet above ear level.
Is speaker wire required for these?
The need to connect these speakers by wire to your amplifier or A/V Receivers speaker terminals is because they are not self powered.
What is the speaker's sensitivity?
The sensitivity is between 95-98 decibels, which is very efficient, easy to drive with amps from anywhere between 50 Watts/channel to 150+ watt/channel.
I have 140w per ch, 70w rms, but they are quiet even at full vol.
For recommendation on suggested positioning and leveling of your speakers, please contact Klipsch Product Support at 1-800-554-7724 or by submitting a request through the Support section of our website.