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Klipsch

Klipsch R-15M Bookshelf Speaker (Pair)

4.7
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Description

  • Get power and versatility in a small package, the Klipsch R-15M bookshelf speakers pack a mean punch.
  • These speakers perform beautifully as a left,center,right, or surround.
  • Dual 5.25" copper-spun high-output IMG woofers. Brushed black polymer veneer cabinet
  • Klipsch Reference Bookshelf speakers feature a rear-firing port that is perfectly match to the cabinet and drivers.
  • Features bass reflex via rear firing port enclosure type. Sensitivity 94 db at 2.83 volt per 1 minute

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Customer Reviews

Remarkable Sound to Spend RatioLiterally my first Klipsch purchase. After letting these burn in about 6 hours a day for nearly a week I sat to evaluate them paired to The R10-SW Sub. Streaming Tidal MQA I sat still through a dozen tracks. In short - These monitors, paired with the 10 sub provide an experience that cannot be equaled for the price. The staging, attack and decay with classic guitair transients and vocals was dead on. Further the tonality and accuracy of the sub - prior to any correction astonished me. The build and finish quality - especially the signature Klipsch cone colors - exceeded my expectations. Just prior to beginning to borrow cables and power conditioning equipment from my Conrad Johnson Rack - I stopped myself remembering these were simply for my office. Nice work Klipsch and Amazon - my spend to enjoyment ratio on this purchase is amazing!5Great speakers, balanced, beautifulThese are great speakers. They look awesome. They come with screens but i don't use them. They have a balanced sound. I was afraid the tweeters would be to sharp. But i use an automatic Audessy setup so it's possible it's compensating. I have an old Sony center channel and the Klipsch blend well with it. I used old floor speakers with a10" woofer before. They were very large and didn't produce much bass. They were slightly warmer than these but not by much. For a small size, these are a great replacement for older speakers as long as you aren't sending a lot of bass to them. You obviously won't feel any low end with these but for the normal range these work well. I haven't tried them in more extreme EQ settings but i can't imagine they wouldn't keep up with them. I put them on their side mostly because i think it looks better with my setup. They come with small plastic pads to stick wherever you want them. But i bought felt pads to use instead to reduce the space under them.5Sound is engaging and feels much more "alive"I previously purchased a set of Klipsch R-15M's for my HTS as rear surround speakers. I currently have the RP-150M's as fronts and the R-25C for center, driven by a Denon AVR-S720W. I really enjoy my HTS with using Klipsch as my surround speakers. I recently set up a "vintage" Kenwood receiver and tuner for some casual listening in another room. The speakers that were used with this system were no good anymore. The foam surrounds were dry rotted. I temporarily hooked up the R-15M's from my HTS and I was quite surprised how well they sounded. The Kenwood is rated at 40WPC and the Klipsch's are very efficient. Nice match for the Kenwood I thought. I set the tone controls at "0". No problem "cranking" the volume up a bit..the speakers produced great sound. I was really impressed with the bass for a bookshelf speaker in a 2 channel system! The mids and uppers were clean. Yes, Klipschs are known for their "forwardness", but I always preferred a dynamic, engaging sound. I ordered a second pair of the R-15M's and also a set of Elac Debut 2.0 B6.2's for comparison. The Elacs are a little more expensive, but thought "lets give the Klipsch's a run for the money". I hooked both sets of speakers up to a AB switch. I know that to do a "real" comparison I would need to let the speakers break-in for a period. Well, if the speakers were being installed in my main 2 channel audio system, and were up in the thousands of dollars range, yes, I would let them break in according to the manufacturer and do longer listening sessions for comparison. In this instance, I decided to give the listening sessions a couple of days with various media. I used a Audioengine B1, Thorens TD160 turntable, and a Adcom GCD-575 CD player. Good quality audio components for their respective price range. I set the speakers up six feet apart at ear level. The room has no special acoustic treatments. Curtains behind the speakers, both side and opposite wall is drywall. Large area rug on floor. Upholstery chair. "Average room" furnishings. Nothing special. Both pairs of speakers were placed right next to each other, four feet from the rear wall just slightly facing in. I was sitting in the sweet spot at 15 feet. Both sets of speakers produced great sound on all of the respective audio components. The Elacs really came through on the Thorens listening to Adele's 25. Definite "wow" factor! The cartridge is a Shure M97. The Elacs were outstanding on this album! They also stood out on Dire Straits Brother in Arms 20th Anniversary Edition on the Adcom CDP. The Klipsch speakers sounded to me, more engaging, dynamic, more punch, and yes, "forward". The Elacs sounded clean, smooth, although not quite as much low end as the Klipschs on this system. Possibly the Elacs lower efficiency rating may have affected the low end? I really liked the Elacs. The mids and highs were much more easy listening to, more accurate, but yet kind of "sterile", I thought. Compared to the Klipsch R-15M in this particular listening comparison, overall the Elacs to me were a little too neutral, not as engaging for my listening preference. After going over the positives and negatives of both excellent sounding speakers, my preference leaned more towards the Klipschs. I felt more "involved" with the music coming from the Klipschs. More dynamic. Either speaker would be a great choice in its price range for quality of sound. FYI. I have no affiliation with either of the speaker manufacturers. Enjoy the music!!5Absolutely wonderful for use as a TV sound system! A+Wow, I am very, very happy with this speaker and amp bundle. I have a Samsung 4K 65" TV, but when I switch to streaming, at the highest setting I cannot hear the dialogue, so I have to read thru movies and shows. Not ideal. So I bought this bundle when Amazon had a sale for under $400. It came brand new, but no manual. I am a klutz when it comes to setting any electronics up, but figured, perhaps even I could figure it out. Well, viola: set them up with banana plugs and wires, changed one sound setting on the set, and boy do I have sound, and it is not just the loudness, but the speakers are so crystal clear I hear every word (I should add I am in my late 60's...no hearing aid). The whole system just sounds wonderful and I could not be more pleased. The cherry on top is that I called Amazon about the missing manual as I am sure would be good to have in case I ever need it and to know all the features, and while the rep could not send me a hard copy, he gave me link on-line to a virtual copy and a $25 gift card to make up for the omission. Anyways, I am so happy with this Klipsch bundle and if you, like me, have difficulty with making out dialogue from muddy sounding TV speakers, try these out--my movie reading days are over and done....lol5Best sound aroundReally happy with these. I've had a pair of Bose that I was happy with and was in the market for another pair. After a bit of research I decided on this pair. Gals I did. Excellent, full sound that brings my vinyl collection to life I couldn't be more satisfied5The brightness stereotype is true.I labored over buying a pair of speakers ... I mean I did hours of research over days. I am new into the world of vinyl and have invested more than I want to admit in the hobby this far. I bought a Fluance rt-81 turntable paired with a Sony receiver (soon upgrading to a Tube Cube 7 tube amp). I didnt want to break the bank on speakers bec as use my go as l is to upgrade to the real quality stuff once I see where this hobby goes. So $300 was my limit for speakers.I had it down between Fluance Signature series, Edifier, Polk and a few other brands. Klipsch came into the picture because so many great reviews appear on so many sites. And they have a pretty good reputation and lineage. American company too, which scores them points although I'm not foolish enough to think they too dont outsource labor to China these days.The biggest fear I had was so many reviews mention Klipsch speakers are bright and harsh sounding. Long story short ... they kind of are. I wont lie and say that I'm not fairly disappointed by their harsh sound. But at this price point, I wouldn't know that any other brand would be any different. I got a fantastic price during their 'black Friday in April' sale. I paid about $120 for a new pair. I'd have tried the Fluance had the Klipsch been full price at $170 or $200.Klipsch have a big horn at the top. It looks more like a loudspeaker youd see at a stadium designed to move a lot of air and broadcast a loud sound. Even at 1/4 volume, these will bounce off the walls in my fairly big living room. The room is filled with sound and unfortunately not in a great way.If you dont have an amp where you can play with the treble and bass, you may be in for an uncomfortable listening experience. We have been conditioned over time to expect loads of bass when we listen to music. Between Beats headphones and subwoofer theater packages, the average music listener hears songs much different than probably intended by the artist. In fact, if you listen to an album from the 60s such as The Beatles vs. the modern day remasters, you'll notice anything made in the last 20 years is literally inundated with booming bass. Original albums were less bass heavy and most people heard them through speakers on built in record players until the hifi movement of the 1970s.So back to Klipsch ... the harshness is real. I almost boxed these up and returned them the first time I heard them out of the box. Terrible stuff. I let them break in listening to albums for about 24 hours of music before they relaxed a bit. They never really got rid of that 'in your face' loudspeaker type of forceful sound. On my computer system with a mini subwoofer I can listen to music all day. After 2 or 3 albums on the Klipsch, I'm ready for a break. Maybe a subwoofer will help but that means I'll have to give up the tube amp as I have no subwoofer port.In fairness, as bright and harsh as they are ... the sound is smooth. Vocals and jazz music are crisp. Once you get into some music with bass or complicated instrumentals, you might be in some trouble. The bass (lows) can get a bit muddy at loud levels. (a sub $300 receiver could also be to blame for this) ... however anytime the volume goes past 1/2 the dial turn I am like a dog with a whistle. I cant stand the sound ... even if its Hendrix, The Doors or The Stones. Harsh. Bright. Yuck.So in summary ... buyer beware. Had I to do it over, I'd have rolled the dice on another brand. Klipsch speakers are cool for some music but other music (anything complex) is completely destroyed by these. Motorhead is ruined forever for me. I honestly cannot fathom these get close to 5 star reviews. I guess it's true that these are love them or hate them. I'm somewhere in between. I tolerate them. But I wont be upset at all when I move on to a better speaker. It wont be a Klipsch most likely. It's not a bad speaker but it's just not for me.3Give Them TimeOkay, I bought these to replace a set of older, very nice Polk Audio RT35i bookshelf speakers; partially because I already had a Klipsch rear stage (small satellites) and partially out of boredom. The Polk's were the definition of smooth. Nothing offensive about them. They were the line below their flagship line when they were new; $400 IIRC. So I unbox these and first off they're beautiful with the copper drivers and horn surround for the titanium tweeter. Lighter and smaller than the Polk's they replaced. I hook them up to my Onkyo receiver, feed them 100 watts RMS of some music I know very well, and "OMG what have I done?". They were all mid-range, with the occasional shrill high note and no low end extension to speak of. I kept at it, and as time went on, and on, and on, that really opened up. Now I'm hearing nuances in tracks I haven't heard before, the low end extension is phenomenal for a 5.25" driver, and the shrillness is gone. Additionally, the soundstage is MASSIVE. So if you get these (I'd recommend them), keep in mind they won't sound great out of the box, and will need more break-in than almost any other speaker I've ever purchased. But you'll be rewarded for it. Hope that helps!5solid quality productExcellent sound at low volumes but can crank it up as well, very well made5buy them, they are worth every centI absolutely love this speakers, I can honestly say there isn't much to not like. cant complain about size because that's part of how the speakers work especially the bass. they sound amazing, I still have yet to invest into a center bar and 2 center surrounds and when I get the chance I will happily invest to money in them as the quality is outstanding on my surround sound. sound, treble, bass, clarity, depth all are very rich and smooth.totally recommend.5Get these over the Pioneer BS22 speakersAbsolutely incredible speakers! I first tried out the very popular Pioneer SP-BS22-LR Andrew Jones Designed Bookshelf Loudspeakers(7-1/8" x 12-9/16" x 8-7/16" & weighs 9 lbs 2 oz) before I caught the R-15M's on sale. This would be for my first proper stereo system after having used the Klipsch ProMedia 2.1 THX Certified Computer Speaker System (Black) for the better part of a decade. Paired with a new Yamaha R-S202BL Stereo Receiver and BIC America F12 12-Inch 475-Watt Front Firing Powered Subwoofer, the Pioneers sounded ok. Nothing about them was particularly lacking but nothing about them really stood out either. Overall the Pioneers were a nice, well balanced pair of speakers. Soft highs resulted in a smooth, easy to listen to package.However, when it came to the Klipsch R-15M Bookshelf Speaker (Pair)...man these are an entirely different animal! I unboxed the R-15M's and hooked them up to my receiver to do A/B testing and the difference was astonishing. This of course is due to the horn loaded tweeter design that Klipsch incoorporates into their speakers. For me, this tweeter design absolutely brings music and movies to life! From this I get crisp, clean highs and a certain sharpness and clarity that I just did not get from the Pioneers. Perhaps the most noticeable difference is in the vocals. With the Klipsch the vocals are much more powerful and lifelike. Those who are familiar with the Klipsch sound will know what I'm talking about. It is a sound signature that over the years, I've grown accustomed to and I now know I prefer. With that said, after testing the speakers side by side with all types of music, it didn't take long for me to identify the Klipsch as the clear winner. The mellow Pioneers simply did not stack up to the liveliness of the Klipschs. So back in the box the Pioneers went to be returned.Klipsch speakers seem to be a love/hate thing and unsurprisingly so. In my own (limited and not professional) experience I've yet to hear something better. But because sound is subjective there is still no better way of knowing if these speakers will be for you other than giving 'em a listen. Having said all that I highly reccomend the Klipsch R-15M Bookshelf Speaker (Pair).5
Klipsch R-15M Bookshelf Speaker (Pair)

Klipsch R-15M Bookshelf Speaker (Pair)

4.7
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Regular price
Dhs. 1,772.00
Sale price
Dhs. 1,772.00
Regular price
Dhs. 2,952.00
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Unit price
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Save 40% (Dhs. 1,180.00)