The Klipsch R-625FA Dolby Atmos Floorstanding Speaker brings you crystal clear audio and powerful bass to enhance your home theater experience. A built-in channel at the top of the speaker brings you immersive Dolby Atmos sound by sending sound upwards so it reflects off the ceiling and back down to create a controlled dispersion pattern.
The R-625FA features the Tractrix horn-loaded technology, aiming high frequency energy at the listener while reducing sound that bounces off the walls. A 1″ aluminum LTS tweeter and 6.5″ copper-spun IMG woofers deliver up to 400 watts of power. With a textured wood grain vinyl cabinet and flexible magnetic grilles, this sleek speaker gives you placement flexibility without sacrificing appearance.
Tractrix Horn Technology
Klipsch exclusive 90×90º Tractrix horn technology ensures that the R-625FA high frequency energy is aimed at the listener and reduces artificial reverb or filtering caused by indirect sound bouncing off of walls. Using this proprietary focused technology gives you the best clarity, dynamics, and detail from your movies and music.
Linear Travel Suspension Tweeter
Klipsch exclusive Linear Travel Suspension (LTS) aluminum tweeter minimizes distortion for enhanced, detailed performances. Using Kapton, an extremely light and rigid material, in the tweeter suspension provides high efficiency and improve resolution and detail. LTS tweeters are a hallmark of Klipsch speakers, making them some of the best speakers in the world.
Spun Copper Img Woofers
Injection Molded Graphite (IMG) woofer cones are exceptionally light while being extremely rigid – providing remarkable low frequency response, with minimal cone breakup and distortion. When paired with the Tractrix Horn-Loaded LTS Tweeter, it provides speaker efficiency highest in its class.
Klipsch + Dolby Atmos
Our proprietary speaker technologies are ideal for delivering the most immersive, impactful 360° Dolby Atmos listening experience. Controlled directivity and high-performance have been an integral part of Klipsch acoustic design principals for the better part of a century.