If you’re listening to music on a smartphone or laptop you can’t possibly expect to get the same sound quality as with a real speaker. Even using compact / Bluetooth speakers don’t cut it, and at best sound like walkie-talkies. Nobody should have to settle for that, and you won’t have to if you got yourself a respectable pair of speakers, perhaps like these;
For those who take their movies and music seriously the Klipsch RP440c is a great choice. With 1″ linear travel suspension titanium tweeter and a quad 4-inch spun copper cerametallic cone woofers this speaker can handle high volumes extremely well, especially those guitar licks by Jack Black. In fact, there are very few speakers that deliver such a balanced sound. Like many speakers you are going to see in this list, the Klipsch RP440C can sync up with other speakers, but the floor rattling bass is going to be its most impressive feature (that we know of!).
Klipsch RP-440D SB
If you are searching for something smaller than the Klipsch RP-440D SB should be right up your alley. This passive 3-channel home theater sound bar is the ideal choice for those who love their music but are looking for something a bit more compact. The Klipsch RP-440D SB is your do-it-all speaker which is both portable and powerful, producing some of the best quality sound you are going to hear in units of its size. This speaker also puts out a low end that’s far bigger than many other speakers of its size, which makes suffering through the tricky Wi-Fi totally worth it.
KL-525-THX Bookshelf Speaker
Klipsch raises the bar with each new offering of speakers and home theater systems, and the KL-525-THX is no exception. If you have money to spare and want to seriously upgrade your home theater system then the KL-525-THX Bookshelf Speaker is just the thing you need. Featuring top-of-the-line, dual 5.25-inch Cerametallic™ woofers and a cool 1-inch titanium diaphragm compression driver coupled to a 6- by 10-inch Tractrix® Horn and you know this speaker means business.
For large spaces the Klipsch rp640ddelivers exceptional sound quality and looks great doing it. Besides that, the slim frame design and matte black painted finish of the rp640d matches the ultra-flat TVs of today, making it a good choice if you’re looking for a speaker that’s aesthetically pleasing and can pack a punch when you crank up the volume. You also get a glass base for table-top mounting.
R-24F Floor-standing Speaker
It’s a bit bulkier, and a bit heavier, but to get more oomph per OHMs, get the R-24F Floor-standing Speaker. Featuring two woofers and a LTS tweeter that minimizes distortion packed in a nice brushed black polymer veneer cabinet, who says money can’t buy happiness.
So, there you have it, these were our top picks of Klipsch speakers to blast The Marcus King Band in your home. Remember, if one speaker isn’t enough you can connect these speakers to a whole army of speakers. If that’s not enough, you can access voice-assisted controls of Google Now or Amazon’s Alexa. Sweet!