Reference Premiere Home Theater Systems
Klipsch’s Reference Premiere system aims to deliver some serious bang for your buck, and they are wildly successful at doing so. Klipsch has trickled down the technology behind some of its ultra-high-end speakers to the Reference Premiere series, offering the company’s best sound for the dollar yet.Caleb Denison | Digital Trends
A redesigned 90x90 Tractrix® Horn utilizes a circular horn throat paired to a square horn mouth to further improve high-frequency response and extension, while enhancing imaging and dynamics. The compressed molded rubber construction adds high frequency damping to reduce harshness and improve detail. This creates the cleanest, most natural sound possible.
ALL-NEW TRACTRIX PORTS
Utilizing Tractrix geometry, the all-new Reference Premiere Tractrix ports allow for the most efficient, fastest air transfer from the cabinet – for the cleanest, most powerful low frequency response on the market
Overall, Klipsch's system pulled off a performance that left my jaw on the floor more than a few times. Indeed, it's probably the most dynamic and impactful surround system I've auditioned thus far… Klipsch speakers are capable of playing at reference levels without causing listener fatigue. This system can do precisely that, and a whole lot more, which is why it earns my highest recommendation.Mark Henninger | AVS Forum
Strong, flexible, removable grilles attach magnetically for an elegant transition from powerful showstopper to a discrete performance piece.
The Klipsch Reference Premiere speakers and subwoofer deliver maximum home theater dynamics and power with ease, and sound great with music, too.Steve Guttenburg and Ty Pendlebury | CNET
What the Klipsch Reference Premiere system does well, it does brilliantly. It extracts maximum information from movie soundtracks; the RP-250C center in particular is a dialogue-intelligibilty champion, and the RP-250S surround helps construct a convincing soundfield. The RP-150M monitor also meshes satisfyingly with vinyl and the more refined forms of digital audio.Mark Fleischmann | Sound & Vision