$499 $1378
Adorama has a pair of the Klipsch R-26FA Dolby Atmos Floorstanding Speaker with Dual 6.5" Woofers and Built-in Elevation Channel for Dolby Atmos for $499 with free shipping.

  • Klipsch R-26FA Speaker Bundle for $949 with free shipping (also includes 2 x Klipsch R-41M bookshelf speakers, Klipsch R-52C center & Klipsch R-100SW sub)
  • $499 retail: $1378
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    lytehouse
    Ben's cred: 7
    Posted 5:11pm PST 01/04/2020
    Posted 5:11pm PST 01/04/2020
    Theres a newer model. Reviews are good. Anyone with any experience?
    Badbillybadbad
    Ben's cred: 11
    Posted 10:53am PST 01/07/2020
    Posted 10:53am PST 01/07/2020
    I have the newer ones that I got for $549. They are awesome speakers and for this price it's like getting the elevation speaker free. Some critics feel a sub is necessary to round out the bass but these are great for both home theater and music. Highly recommended
    lytehouse
    Ben's cred: 7
    Posted 10:16am PST 01/15/2020
    Posted 10:16am PST 01/15/2020
    Just got my 26-FA pair in. Still unbroken in they sound great in my home theater. I plan to test the Atmos extensively over the weekend. They are beautiful speakers - just slightly shorter than the Polk 70 Monitor II pair they are replacing.
    dhiggy
    Ben's cred: 6
    Posted 5:20am PST 01/26/2020
    Posted 5:20am PST 01/26/2020
    I've had mine since Friday. They are very nice . The sound is amazing . Crisp highs and resounding bass. I couldn't be happier. The ATMOS feature is a dimension in sound that really creates a fantastic listening experience. I highly recommend these speakers to the audio enthusiast .
    mcnabney
    Ben's cred: 119
    Posted 8:34am PST 01/26/2020
    Posted 8:34am PST 01/26/2020
    These are good speakers, but don't think for a moment that you don't need a sub. Those 6.5" drivers are pretty good, but they really don't do much below 50hz.
    If you are looking to save some money and want a home theater sub that matches up well with these go get yourself a Polk Audio PSW505. That 12" sub is priced similarly to Klipsch subs, but actually delivers the deeper bass you want - down to about 24hz.
    barryk
    Ben's cred: -184
    Posted 9:43pm PST 01/27/2020
    Posted 9:43pm PST 01/27/2020
    Any speaker other than the one Marty McFly used at the very beginning of the first Back to the Future is simply not worthy of being called a speaker at all.
    stanley44
    Ben's cred: -4
    Posted 5:52pm PST 01/30/2020
    Posted 5:52pm PST 01/30/2020
    better buy some canned air too. dust pool in the top
    Badbillybadbad
    Ben's cred: 11
    Posted 11:05am PST 02/19/2020
    Posted 11:05am PST 02/19/2020
    The speakers have nice covers and do not pool dust.