A mediocre speaker brand that was incredible in it's past. Their speakers after 1990 typically sound very bright and sometimes harsh. This can be attributed to their thinner cabinets which give less room for bigger midrange/bass drivers and that their newer speakers now all use one horn instead of two (not counting the Heritage and Palladium line). This accentuates the higher treble too much, which was avoided on the older models by giving a bigger horn to the midrange squawker and a small horn to the tweeter. Their old speakers sell for cheap and sound worlds better than the new ones.
"I loved Klipsch until I heard their RF-83s played in comparison to a pair of Paradigm Titan Monitors and liked the Paradigms more"
by Chris The Italian Chef April 02, 2009