RBH Sound TK-5CT Floorstanding Speaker Review
System Type: 3-way Sealed & Bass Reflex
Frequency Response: 45Hz-20kHz ±3dB
Sensitivity: 87dB (2.83 Voltz @ 1 Meter)
Recommended Power: 70-150 Watts
Drive Units: (1) 8" (203mm) Pulp Kraft Cone Subwoofer
(2) 5 3/4" (146mm) Fiberglass Cone Woofer
(1) 1" (25mm) Silk Dome Tweeter
Tweeter Protection: Yes
Crossover Frequency: 120 Hz/3000 Hz
Crossover Slope: 12dB/Octave
Impedance: 8 Ohms
Color: Black/Rosewood (gloss black accents)
Grille: Black Cloth
Video Shielding: Yes
Dimensions: 11" W x 42 1/2" H x 13 3/4 D
(279mm W x 1079mm H x 349mm D)
Weight: 40 Lbs.Warranty: 5 Years
- Full range speaker for $800 a pair?!?
- Phenomenal upper end
- Great imaging
- Pretty much does everything right sonically
- Average aesthetics
- No biamping ability
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Recent Forum Posts:
Thank you for the review, and posts of the RBH TK-5CT. I have a family room with a corner entertainment center, as I think many do. The space on the sides of the cabinet is too narrow for subs, and when I place the subs behind the cabinet its OK for movies, but seems muffled and not engaging to the music. On some bass passages the cabinet resonates, which is fine for movies, but is a show stopper for music. Because, the speakers have to set on the sides of the cabinet I have not been able find speakers that could provide decent soundstage and imaging.
I found a pair of the RBH-TK-5CTs on eBay. I am familiar with the RBH speakers, but not the TK line. After reading the review and posts I went ahead and bought the TK-5CTs. Yes, the finish is cheesy up close; however the speakers look nice unless you are examining them closely, and they have a good WF.
For the first time I am getting a great sound stake, imaging, and harmonious bass out of this corner. If you have a corner entertainment center that is a real challenge for music, look at the RGH tower speakers.
As for what's going to replace it in the RBH line????
Clint DeBoer, post: 422635
From what we understand, RBH TK is being discontinued, however the same engineers that made that great speaker are bringing to market some very interesting products for EMP…
WHAAT?! Say it ain't so!
What are they planning to bring to the market that will be SUPERIOR to the TK series as well as cheaper?
Also is there any wall mounts that work with the TK?5Cs?
So far I have been impressed with the sound on this $900 package !