Klipsch RP-600M
B

Based on 152 reviews

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  • Great for the price
  • Excellent sound quality
  • Very efficient
  • Wide soundstage
  • Not forgiving of poor recordings

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Very good - short of great. There are better for the same or even less.
Not as great to me as reviewers seem to think. Pros: 1. Very efficient. They can be powered with any decent amp or receiver 2. Very dynamic 3. Affordable 4. They do rock Cons: 1. In a direct comparison with Tekton Lores (comparable price), SVS Ultras and a pair of relatively cheap NHT SuperOnes, the...
3/5
WDeVercelly
3 years ago
amazon.com
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My Beauties!
Very comfortable and I don't find myself missing anything and when the bass hits ooweee!!! Love em, well worth the 200$!.
Proud to be Different Klipsch RP600M HiFi Speakers Review
Carrying out the usual ‘tap test’ produces a disconcerting ring which clearly forms part of and, for this speaker is likely of benefit to the overall sound characterConclusionsI am really pleased to have included these speakers in my group test so that I was able to spend some time enjoying them. The Klipsch RP-600M are not perfect and they definitely have a character sound which I think is the whole point, they are different and proud or proud to be different.They are certainly not a one-trick pony speaker either, they are not only about a lively energetic sound there is a good amount of maturity to them as well
Good upgrade.
I have a deep love for my Elac debut B6's but I've been wanting a bit different sound and maybe an upgrade in sound quality. Without making the elacs feel bad, these tick the boxes nicely. A little more dynamic, more treble, wide sound stage. The horn isn't shouty, the mids aren't held back, the bas...
5/5
DavidGee
4 years ago
amazon.com
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Finally done. Before you ask, they work surprisingly well as near field monitors. Soundstage is ridiculous
Modi 2 Uber dac, Saga preamp, and Vidar amp all pushing Klipsch RP-600M speakers. I’m running Apple Music high res/tidal (I had tidal, but I’m test running Apple Music) through either my Apple TV or laptop. As stated, soundstage is shocking despite the speakers being inches from my head.
Room filling sound
Bought these to replace the 1980's JBLs I had. Using these as just a pair of stereo speakers w/o subwoofer. I have a large high ceiling living room/kitchen area I wanted to fill with sound. I was concerned if these little guys would fill the space. They do - if you listen to some of the friendly inp...
5/5
Bill H
1 year ago
klipsch.com
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Audio Review: Klipsch RP-600M - JAZZIZ Magazine
If you stick with warmer sounding amplifiers or sources, the issue will probably never rear its ugly head; and you’ll think they have unbelievable presence. Final Thoughts:. At $549, the Klipsch RP-600M are capable of over-achieving with the right electronics
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4 months ago
jazziz.com
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Efficiency can make the difference
All observations were made using: Digital:Mac-book > schiit eitr > chord mojo > vista audio spark Analog:Sony Ps hx500 > schiit mani > vista audio spark Audioquest and blue jean cables Vivo stands filled with cat litter These speakers sound amazing with well recorded music and awful with poor record...
5/5
Karl Engel
3 years ago
amazon.com
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My first 'major' speaker upgrade! / Klipsch RP-600M / Initial thoughts...
I absolutely love them. I snagged a couple of display RP-600Ms for around 25% off. My previous speakers were second hand Pioneer BS22s, and I’ve been saving and researching for months to see what would be a good upwards upgrade.
Klipsch RP-600M Reference Premiere Bookshelf Speaker Review: We’re Delighted By These Tremendous Performers!
However, the other two speakers were nowhere near as dynamic and didn’t dig as deep as the Klipsch. Conclusion. The RP-600M‌ is a beautiful sounding speaker that doesn’t take itself too seriously
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4 months ago
hifitrends.com
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Specs

Bluetooth

No

Wi-Fi

No

USB Port

No

NFC

No