Klipsch is an American brand operating since 1946 and probably best known in audiophile circles for their Klipschorn, La Scala and Heresy loudspeakers. However, they also make more conventional loudspeakers and here Adam Billingham puts a pair of their £625 RP-600M stand-mounters through their paces. 

I think most audiophiles would agree that choosing equipment is as personal as our musical tastes and what we listen to on our beloved electronics. There are many things to take into account when splashing our hard earned dosh on a new bit of kit; sound, obviously should be at the top of our list but we all have different ears and brains. Yes, we are all individuals – “I’m not.”

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