Klipsch R-41M
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Based on 94 reviews

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  • Great for small to medium-sized rooms
  • Mids are not exceptional, but they're there
  • Integrated Bluetooth allows easy connection of any device with audio output
  • These speakers
  • Highs are typical Klipsch, almost too much

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Great speakers!
These speakers sound great! Mids aren't exceptional, but they're there. Highs are typical Klipsch, almost too much, but make for a very clear sound to the average listener. The highs are also not harsh as some Klipsch models are, just very prominent. Bass response is amazing for a 4" woofer. There's...
4/5
Kyle Garcia
4 years ago
amazon.com
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Klipsch R-41PM Review
At $400, they're not cheap, but if there's one thing that feels like we're missing from the all-in-one wireless speaker era, it's the beautiful stereo separation you get from well-placed bookshelf speakers. Here Klipsch takes modern connectivity and applies it to the old stereo template with great results, which will be well worth the money for some.
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Tim Gideon
4 months ago
pcmag.com
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My new 5.2.2 basement setup:
* Klipsch R-41M Surrounds. **Setup Notes:**. Had to go with a TV stand instead of a wall mount due to being in a rental home and dealing with a block wall. Regardless the screen is centered in the room left to right and the middle is 44" high, which matches my eye level.
Atmos speakers..
These are being used for heights (atmos) they sound great and actually have some decent bass. I have them crossed over at 60 and they have no problem keeping up.. You don't have to spend over 300 on their angled speakers which is almost the same speaker..
5/5
Mathew Wiechert
4 years ago
amazon.com
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Impressive Performers When Matched with Quality Components and Cables.
SUMMARY At $150 (at time of review), matched with quality components in a desktop set-up, or small to medium-size room, the R-41Ms are capable little performers. Adding a subwoofer though, puts them in audiophile territory, with their impressive sound stage and detail creating a truly immersive expe...
4/5
Lynfy
2 years ago
amazon.com
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My first pair of brand new speakers, Klipsch R-41M on the desk for some good music while gaming
I had been on the search to replace them for awhile on a budget and found a pair of used Bose bookshelf speakers from the mid 80’s and almost pulled the trigger on them but someone picked me up before I had the chance, I was so disappointed but it was a blessing in disguise cause one day I was at Costco and saw the Klipsch R-41M on discount for a really good price and kind of had to pick them up. I couldn’t get them right that day so I ordered them online and they finally got here today. They’re the first speakers I’ve actually had to set up with my own speaker wire so it’s been a bit of a learning experience getting them set up, but now that they’re set up I couldn’t be happier with how they sound.
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Houstonb2020
reddit.com/r/audiophile
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WOW! WOW! WOW! WOW!................
UNBELIEVABLE!!!!!! Just hooked them up. I have an ideal location -- in a small office space with the speakers mounted close to the ceiling with a sloping dormer next to them. Playing Simon Preston right now, Bach's Toccata and Fugue in C minor (good test for the bass). Are these for real?? The sound...
5/5
NinthWard
4 years ago
amazon.com
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No need for Goliath when you have David.
Klipsch R 41M is an absolute powerhouse for a 4” woofer. I went from a set of old KLH 2-way speakers to these and I will need to listen to my whole vinyl collection over. In an office that is 10’x10’ these are loud at a 2/10 volume. The bass is surprising for how small these are. If you really want ...
5/5
J. Sleger
3 years ago
amazon.com
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I like the R-41M, and while they handle instruments quite well, the vocals are a bit subpar compared to what I can get from the headphones and DAC/AMP combo I use (Sennheiser HD6XX and Schiit Valhalla 2 + Modius). My budget is around USD$500 dollars, with some room to go slightly over if it's just a truly fantastic deal. My main priority is clarity and detail at low volumes.
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dance_apoptosistic
reddit.com/r/BudgetAudiophile
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They aren't kidding about the mid-range dip in other reviews
I really wanted to like the speakers and their highs sound great. Great detail. But most of the vocals sound like I'm listening to them from around a corner. My problem may be comparing to headphones like the Grado SR80e or old Cambridge Soundworks and Wharfdale bookshelf speakers. I wouldn't be so ...
3/5
Steven Nance
4 years ago
amazon.com
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Specs

Enclosure Design

Bass reflex

Enclosure Material

MDF

Design Features

Vinyl woodgrain finish