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The Klipsch RB-41 II is a mid-range bookshelf speaker released in August, 2010.

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Pros

features proprietary Tractrix technology from the manufacturer

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value - sold in pairs at a competitive price

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small footprint - well suited for smaller rooms that don't require a lot of volume

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a proven product - the speakers are in their 5th generation

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looks good - features a classy, woodgrain finish

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good manufacturer warranty - 5 years

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bass response - reproduces the lower frequencies well

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Cons

not for everyone - not powerful enough for larger rooms

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The Klipsch RB-41 II is a mid-range bookshelf speaker released in August, 2010. This product is part of Klipsch’s line of Reference II series speakers, which also includes floorstanding, center and surround speakers. Since the series is now in its fifth generation, the manufacturer has re-engineered the drivers and added a new crossover system to the RB-41 II. The woofer cones are made of a lightweight cerametallic material, which promotes a tight bass response. The tweeters feature Tractrix technology, which increases the coverage area in low and high frequency ranges. The RB-41 II also uses Linear Travel Suspension for minimized audio distortion. The Klipsch RB-41 II is available in a Black Ash woodgrain vinyl finish.

Features
  • Tractrix Horn technology
  • Linear Travel Suspension
  • Horn-loaded 1” tweeter
  • 4” cerametallic woofer
  • Keyhole wall mounting bracket
  • Threaded insert for use with third-party stands
  • Black Ash woodgrain vinyl finish
  • Dimensions: 8.7" H x 5.6" W x 7.8" D
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