THIS PRODUCT HAS BEEN DISCONTINUED DECEMBER 2016

The reference version of the SX-661, the SX-661/R can be used for high fidelity stereo systems and home theater systems alike. As a stereo pair, the SX-661/R assures its listeners will experience their music as it was intended to be heard by the artist. For home theater, the SX-661/R’s dual 6½-inch reference aluminum cone woofers and a 1-inch silk dome tweeter deliver crystal-clear dialog and vibrant on-screen sound effects with superb clarity. The SX-661/R can be used as the front left and right channels or even as surround channels, guaranteeing its listeners a movie experience the way its director meant it to be. For all Signature SX Series Speakers click here.

Model Name:
SX-661/R
Series:
Signature SX Reference
System Type:
L/R Speaker (Left / Right Main Speaker)
Frequency Response:
50Hz-20kHz (±3dB)
Sensitivity:
90dB (2.83V @ 1 Meter)
Recommended Power:
75-250 Watts
Drive Units:
(2) 6-1/2" (165mm) Reference Aluminum Cone Woofers
Tweeter:
(1) 1.1" (28mm) Reference Silk Dome Tweeter
Swivel Tweeter(s):
No
Tweeter Protection:
Yes
Crossover Frequency:
2,700 Hz
Crossover Slope:
24dB/Octave
Impedance:
6 Ohms
Cabinet/Color:
Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF)/Standard Satin Black Oak or Sandalwood, or 30 Different Custom Veneer Finishes
Grille:
Black Fabric
Finished Dimensions:
8-1/2" W x 21-1/2" H x 11-3/16" D (216mm W x 546mm H x 284mm D)
Weight:
26 lbs. (11.79 kg)
Warranty:
5 Years

Speaker Combinations

Each RBH Sound speaker series can be mixed and combined within the like series, creating a vast selection of options to create a unique home theater experience.

If you would like to submit a comment about this product or customer service and have it posted, please send your comments to: info@rbhsound.com.

The Audioholics High End 7.x Channel Recommended Home Theater System (6/2014)

Ultimate Guide to Freestanding Loudspeakers (9/2012)

RBH Signature SX 5.1 Speaker System Review (11/2011)

RBH Adds SX Appeal to Speaker Line (1/2011)

RBH Sound Signature SX Series Loudspeakers (4/2010)