Klipsch Reference Premiere RP-440WF Specifications

Six surround speakers, zero speaker wires

Klipsch Reference Premiere RP-440WF

Part Number: RP440WF (Reviewed)

General

  • Design Features
    Brushed polymer veneer
  • Manufacturer
    Klipsch

Speaker System

  • Detachable Grilles
    Yes
  • Amplification Type
    active
  • Crossover Frequency
    1800Hz, 200Hz
  • Output Features
    Bass Reflex, Tractrix port
  • Audio Amplifier
    integrated
  • Audio Amplifier Output Power
    Continuous: 125W, Peak: 250W
  • Connectivity Technology
    wireless
  • Recommended Placing
    floor-standing

Power Device

  • Power Source
    AC power adapter

Header

  • Brand
    Klipsch
  • Product Line
    Klipsch Reference Premiere
  • Model
    RP-440WF
  • Packaged Quantity
    1

Audio System

  • Type
    speaker

Miscellaneous

  • Colour
    ebony
  • Colour Category
    black
  • Body Material
    MDF
  • Design Features
    brushed polymer veneer

Driver Details (1st speaker)

  • Speaker Type
    speaker
  • Driver Type
    tweeter driver, woofer driver
  • Driver Qty
    1, 4
  • Driver Diameter (metric)
    114 mm, 25 mm
  • Driver Material
    Cerametallic, titanium
  • Driver Technology / Design
    Linear Travel Suspension (LTS) with Hybrid Tractrix Horn

General

  • Manufacturer
    Klipsch
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