Night and day, huge. 8.66 in. Seems to end it 70 year run. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. The room was excited with energy. You can Buy these at Amazon (prime eligible). This is Mid-Fi at its finest. It can do so with grace, ease or all out grunt and force and remain composed while doing so. $499.99 $ 499. I then put on an album, and instead of going into the speaker’s built in stage I use my external phono stage and BAM, again, night and day. PS – Next up on the Audio Review block for me will be the KEF LS50 ACTIVE speakers. The Q Acoustics Concept 300 Speakers are very special. Share on. Klipsch are one of the USA’s longest standing loudspeaker manufacturers. RUN To buy these, you will not be disappointed. If you meant your lady hates the sixes, I'd be very surprised. With the speakers powered on, change the source to Bluetooth (white LED will slowly blink) They are gorgeous to look at and sound FANTASTIC for the cost as long as you do not use the built in phono stage for Vinyl. One can enjoy music with these and that is the most important thing. They had a hollow muffled cardboard sound when using my turntable plugged directly in using the Klipsch built in phono pre amp. All Klipsch® Certified Factory-Refurbished products come backed with our standard Limited Warranty and Free 30-Day Return Guarantee. The guys at Klipsch either hired a lady to pick out the colours or a gay designer. Gone was the muffled flat cardboard sound and instead a lively, high energy WOW sound came out. It took me back to those old days and from memory they sounded close to what I got back then. The amps inside of these speakers seem very well matched. The speakers arrived and I took them out of the box. Klipsch The Sixes Powered Monitor – Walnut Veneer (Pair) 4.7 out of 5 stars 221. Now, do not get me wrong…these are not like the Phantom golds in any way, shape or form for sound quality or technological incredibleness but to be 100% honest here? Part of the Klipsch Heritage Wireless series, The Sixes is an incredibly versatile audio system. Now in their powered form the bass goes much lower and the sound is supposedly even better than ever. Either way, for the money these cost ($799) and the fact they take 5 minutes to set up, and come with a 20 FT long cable to attack them together (meaning you could separate these very wide if you needed) and everything you need is right there in the box (besides your music) these are a deal. They must have thrown in a $2 pre amp in these figuring most would never realize what they were missing. Review: Klipsch The Sixes The coolest wireless speakers. You can Buy these at Amazon (prime eligible) The last time I reviewed an audio HiFi product was a few months back when I wrote about my love for the Devialet Phantom Gold system I purchased. As per usual, these Klipsch can play LOUD and bring near concert type of sound levels to your room. That system is amazing, and rocks the house down. RUN To buy these, you will not be disappointed. These even have a phono stage built in (that is TRULY awful, add an external if you buy these for TT use) and are ready to rock and roll about 5 minutes after taking them out of the box. They sounded flat, muffled, closed in and like $200 speakers hidden in a $800 fancy shell. A peculiar thing about them is that they’re larger than average. Today I review 'The Sixes' by Klipsch. The Hasselblad 907x Continues to Impress. With integrated phono pre-amp, Bluetooth ® wireless technology, digital optical, analog RCA and USB inputs, you can finally say goodbye to your clunky A/V receiver. That system is amazing, and rocks the house down. Klipsch RB-10, for instance, are nearly two times smaller. Curiosity got the best of me and I wanted to see how a $799 pair of old school looking Klipsch could do against my mega wireless system, the Phantom Golds. Many nights…yes, many nights I had a concert in my home thanks to those Gold Phantoms. I thought I went into a time machine and landed in 1976..smelling the new fresh scent of these speakers, seeing the classic grilles and design. They sound GOOD but not magical good and that is 100% how I had hoped they would be. Yet they are $799. Klipsch “The Sixes” Powered Speakers A Sonic Solution With a Heritage By Rob Johnson. It’s a fact, our ears will get used to whatever sound we subject ourselves to with audio. (AMAZON ALSO SELLS THEM VIA PRIME HERE). The louder these go, they can tend to get brighter so they sound best at lower to mid volume. Though these are better than what I had back in my High School days. On/Off switch/toggle may break after a while, it feels cheap. The treble opened up, the bass tightened and the mids were fleshed out and clean and the sound expanded a bit beyond the speakers. Out of the box to using them, FIVE minutes. I never expected anything audiophile here but I want to judge these for the cost they come in at, instead of comparing to others that cost much more.