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Klipsch Reference Premiere RP-440WF Six Surround Speakers, Zero Speaker Wires

Klipsch Reference Premiere RP-440WF


Klipsch is coming with a new model on the market. As we know, this company is well-known for its well-built audio systems that are available in sale. So, these days, Klipsch is coming with a new alternative, called the Reference Premiere RP-440WF.

The 5.1-channel speaker system market is not very successful, especially because customers are complaining that they have to wire every speaker with the purpose to turn it on.

So, Klipsch is coming with a better solution, because this new model doesn’t need to be wired at all. That’s why, the new Klipsch Reference Premiere RP-440WF is also called the Reference Premiere HD Wireless 5.1 Speaker System.

This new model is pretty easy to use, offers simple setup and delivers an incredible sound. Of course, it is way too much to say that this model is completely wireless, because users still have to plug each of the individual speakers into power outlets, plus to connect the gear to the base station with the help of a HDMI port. However, that is not a huge minus for the system.

But, if the cables are not the biggest drawbacks, which is? 


Well, the price. The new Klipsch Reference Premiere RP-440WF is available at the price of 999 dollars, which is considered to be a huge price.

Moreover, this price is just for one of the RP-440WFs, and customers need at least two. So, for the entire system, which includes five surround systems, control center and sub, customers will have to pay approximately 5000 dollars.

Yes, this is a huge amount of money. At this price, customers could easily opt for a much better-sounding wired speaker system from this company or any other producer. So, until the price of the Klipsch Reference Premiere RP-440WF will come down and more features will be added, probably many customers will avoid this model.

However, with the new Klipsch Reference Premiere RP-440WF users don’t have to run wires from an AV receiver or some amplifiers, because each speaker has its own built-in amplifier. Of course, this means that every speaker will have to be plugged into a power outlet.

After the speakers are plugged in, the sound will be transmitted wirelessly from a box called the HD Control Center, which costs 499 dollars, into each component users plugged in. To be added that this HD Control Center has four HDMI inputs, and one of them has 4K compatibility, plus optical, coaxial and analog slots.

As for the speakers, they come at the price of: the statuesque Klipsch RP-440WF towers, 1999 dollars, RP-140WM bookshelf/surround speakers, 999 dollars, center-channel speaker, 799 dollars, plus the powerful RP-110WSW subwoofer. This 5.1 system also comes with an interesting slender remote.

However, the best thing about this system is that customers could buy just a part of it. So, for starters, customers could purchase the bookshelve speakers that cost 999 dollars, plus the HD Control Center for the price of 499 dollars. This means that slowly they could build a powerful system.
Klipsch Reference Premiere RP-440WF Six Surround Speakers, Zero Speaker Wires Reviewed by Golane Alex on 4:11 PM Rating: 5
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