Klipsch RP-8000FB II Reference Premiere Floorstanding Speaker Black, (Each)


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  • A new, larger 90° x 90° silicone composite hybrid Tractrix horn provides crisper, clearer sound.
  • The exclusive1” LTS minimizes distortion for enhanced, detailed performance.
  • The vented tweeter housing enhances the detail in what you hear.
  • Updated for absolutely flawless sound reproduction, minimum distortion, and maximum efficiency.
  • Utilizing Tractrix geometry, the Reference Premiere ports allow for the most efficient, fastest air transfer from the cabinet for cleaner, more powerful bass.
  • Dual input terminals for bi-wiring/ bi-amping capabilities separate high and low-frequency current into different speaker cables, reducing distortion for clearer midrange.

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Product Description

Close-up of Klipsch Reference Premiere II Tractrix Horn

Close-up of LTS Tweeter in Klipsch Reference Premiere II speakers

Vented tweeter close-up from Klipsch Reference Premiere II speakers

Close-up of Klipsch Reference Premiere II bookshelf speaker woofers

Close-up of rear Tractrix port for Klipsch Reference Premiere II center channel speakers

Close-up of wiring/amping section of Klipsch Reference Premiere II speakers

Cutaway of Klipsch Reference Premiere II floorstanding speaker

Klipsch’s flagship Reference Premiere tower speaker

Klipsch’s Reference Premiere tower speakers have long been a favourite of Crutchfield customers. Their powerful, dynamic sound makes listening to albums and film soundtracks an exciting and engaging experience. The RP8000FB II is the largest direct-firing tower speaker in Klipsch’s newly updated RP lineup, and it packs a powerful punch. It has dual 8″ woofers for punchy bass and midrange, as well as a 1″ horn-loaded tweeter for clear highs.

Upgraded tweeter and horn

The vented housing of the 1″ LTS (Linear Travel Suspension) tweeter helps to reduce standing waves, which can degrade sound quality. It’s housed in a Tractrix® horn with a widened mouth for improved soundstaging and directivity. This means a larger overall “sweet spot” and better imaging within that sweet spot. To keep the highs smooth and non-fatiguing, the horn has a soft silicone face and a unique phase plug.

Under-the-hood driver upgrades

Metallic drivers aren’t new to Klipsch speakers, but the company has improved the motor structures behind the cones significantly. Each woofer has a voice coil that is 70% larger for improved control, speed, and accuracy. The woofers also have new aluminium shorting rings, which help to reduce distortion and allow the drivers to handle more power.

A new cabinet for better sound

Klipsch also improved the cabinet on the RP8000FB II. This time, they added additional bracing throughout the cabinet and divided it into sections. This improves clarity by reducing sound-altering cabinet resonance and vibration.

Two rear-firing Tractrix ports in the cabinet help to deepen the speaker’s bass response. Their distinctive horn shape encourages more efficient airflow into and out of the cabinet, reducing port noise and low-frequency distortion.

Because this speaker has a ported cabinet, it should not be placed against a wall.

Instead, I recommend giving the speaker some “breathing room” by pulling it slightly away from the wall. Its bass response will be grateful.

Bi-amp or bi-wire for even better sound

On the back of the RP8000FB II, there are two sets of binding posts. These allow you to bi-amp or bi-wire your speaker to get the best sound out of it.

Additional information



Bass Reflex


MDF/Wood-grain vinyl

Woofer Size (inches)


Woofer Composition


Woofer Surround


Built-in Powered Sub


Dolby Atmos Drivers


Connector Type

Binding post

Bi-amp Inputs


Power Range

up to 150

Frequency Response

35-25k Hz


98 dB

Impedance (Ohms)


Height (inches)


Width (inches)


Depth (inches)



61.4 lbs