The Reference Premiere RP-280FA floorstanding speaker is built upon the same technology and power as our RP-280F floorstanding speaker, but with an elevation channel integrated into the top of the speaker to reflect sound off the ceiling to deliver the overhead Dolby Atmos® experience.
What more can be said about the Klipsch Reference Premiere [Dolby Atmos enabled] Series? They play loud; they play heavy bass, they play screaming highs. They are delicate and nuanced. They are bombastic and brutish. They will turn your listening environment into a room that sounds almost as good as a commercial Dolby Atmos auditorium... And you won't have to drill holes to do it...Simple Awesome, they are the first piece of gear to earn a full 5-star rating from yours truly.Michael Palmer | High Def Digest
The Klipsch demo, featuring a flagship suite of Reference Premiere speakers including Atmos-enabled RP-280FA towers and two 15-inch subwoofers, was among the best we’ve heard—powerfully dynamic, highly detailed, and ultra clean.Rob Sabin | Sound & Vision
Klipsch’s latest creations offer users a fully-operational Dolby Atmos setup, without the need for a ceiling remodel, allowing any user with an Atmos-enabled receiver to dig into the new era of surround sound technology.Ryan Waniata | Digital Trends
Reference Premiere speakers with Dolby Atmos technology with full-on, knock-your-socks-off demonstrations at Dolby Laboratories’ New York City offices last week, with Dolby executives providing a summation of the extent of Dolby Atmos’s global reach since the first titles were made available a year ago.Technology Integrator | Nancy Klosek
The A/B demo of Atmos vs. traditional 5.1 floored me…Just as impressive was a briefing by Mark Casavant, Klipsch’s global product development senior VP, and Brett Crockett, Dolby’s VP of sound R&D.Twice | Joe Palenchar
I think a lot of audiophiles will dig the way the RP-280FA's subtly, slightly elevated treble brings out the details in movie soundtracks and music without messing up the experience, and I know home theater fanatics will appreciate the way these speakers can crank really loud off practically any amp...and sound great doing it.Home Theater Review | Brent Butterworth
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