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KLIPSCH RF-42 II

Even though the RF-42 II is the smallest, most affordable tower speaker in the Reference Series, it still handles today’s demanding music and movie soundtracks with ease. In fact, its specifications are almost identical to the larger Reference models.

MSRP: $300.00

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Klipsch RF-42 II Floorstanding Speaker (Each)
SUMMARY
Brand: Klipsch
Summary: Klipsch RF-42 II Floorstanding Speaker (Each)
Category: TOWER-SPEAKER
Model: RF-42 II
MPN: RF-42 II
UPC: 743878021813
Description: Even though the RF-42 II is the smallest, most affordable tower speaker in the Reference Series, it still handles today’s demanding music and movie soundtracks with ease. In fact, its specifications are almost identical to the larger Reference models.
Series: Reference
Color: Black
Retail: $300.00
FEATURES
Color: Black
Power Range: 75W RMS / 300W Peak
Sensitivity: 95dB @ 2.83V / 1m
Frequency Response: 59Hz-24KHz ± 3dB
Video Shielded Cables: Yes
SPECIFICATIONS
Width: (inches)6.0
Height: (inches)34.9
Weight: (pounds)27.1
Depth: (inches)9.7
Link To Manufacturer Product Detail Page: http://www.klipsch.com/rf-42-ii-floorstanding-speaker/details
Shipping Type: Non Freight

Details

Enclosure Type: Bass-reflex via rear-firing port

Inputs & Outputs

Bi-amp Inputs: Yes
WARRANTY
Parts Warranty: 5 Years
Labor Warranty : 5 Years
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