KLH AUDIO – Kendall 3-Way Floor Standing Speaker (each) – Black Oak
KLH Kendall 3-way bass reflex speaker with woven Kevlar drivers and an anodized aliminum tweeter with linear response faceplate.
KLH AUDIO – Kendall 3-Way Floor Standing Speaker (each) – Black Oak Prices
|Price history for KLH Kendall 3-Way Floorstanding Speaker - Each (Black Oak)|
Price History for KLH Kendall 3-Way Floorstanding Speaker - Each (Black Oak)
|Current Price||$649.99||March 7, 2023|
|Highest Price||$649.99||November 14, 2022|
|Lowest Price||$599.98||October 13, 2022|
Last price changes
|$649.99||November 14, 2022|
|$599.98||October 13, 2022|
Specification: KLH AUDIO – Kendall 3-Way Floor Standing Speaker (each) – Black Oak
D. T. ONeill –
These speakers are very impressive and punch above their weight in terms of price, but really they don’t leave me wanting anything a more expensive set might offer anyway. These are very clear at all frequencies. All of the instruments sound distinct and not in any way blurred together.Ok some recordings I’m not sure I could tell the difference blindfolded if the performer were in the room in front of me. I listen to a wide variety of music genres and it seems to me these recreate the sound exactly as it was produced in each case.
bryan levine –
Absolutely spectacular sound. Really exceeded my expectations across the board. They loll great as well. My only complaints:1. As others have noted, the “walnut” has a lot of red in it and is somewhere between cherry and walnut.2. The packaging they come in is absolutely horrible. I received 5 speakers before I had two that weren’t damaged from shipping. There are two types of boxes, one blue and one brown. The blue ones are absolute garbage and don’t protect the speakers at all. They’ll be smashed if you get the blue box for sure.
Mark Reeves and the Tech Truth –
Ok. I’ll come back and edit this later, due to time constraints. But here’s what I got. My ears are very sensitive to highs. The reason for me taking out gold Bi-Wire plates and putting in 12gauge wire is what turned out to be an attempt, to pull some highs out of the tweeters, that worked. If you understood how cross-over’s work, then you understand that this could of gone either way, dependinding on the capacitance and resistance leading to the tweet. Usually the capacitor slows the flow, therefore also acting as the resistance or resistor making the tweeters nail the higher octave the manufacturer was looking for. Too high for me. Probably not you. The real meat and potatoes is the mid and lows. So much so, one can understand why the top end production was made as high. Because people talk about bass and not needing a sub due to such awesomeness off their towers. Well they’ve never had a sub. But these dig so deep, all the way down to 26-ish Hz, that I’ve heard some subs that would not compliment these speakers due to the transmission tunnels dual rear firing ports literally would shame them. You will be blown away, unless you have heard anything other than maybe 3-5 thousand dollar set of of top of the line klipsch’s (which are monsters, not just in sound, but size). So bang for the buck. Sound amazing with very little amperage due to an astounding 97db efficiency. Good luck finding that in another speaker often. And with power, are crazy. I went from powering them with 200w rms from my Emotiva XPA-7 to a Crown feeding them 400w rms. Rated at 250 watts, these things are beasts and not put in reviews enough. Not trendy enough at the moment, or stupidity and arrogance may be the reason. Do your homework and see if these things aren’t anything but amazing, at any price point. I will say they real wood veneer is so well grained and beautiful, I now only wished that I purchased the red Birch, I think Birch? Whatever. The red ones. I personally am tiring of black everything in the speaker world. Verdict: You’d be silly not to try these.