10 Best Floorstanding Speakers
Focal Chora 826-D
Those looking to splash out on a serious pro-audio solution might consider the French-manufactured Focal Chora 826-D . Their integral Dolby Atmos modules produce highly realistic 3D sound, making them ideal for home theater use and live concert recordings.
- Upward-facing speaker drivers
- Can be ceiling-mounted
- Available in three colors
Dali Oberon 5
With a broad sonic spectrum that ranges from surprisingly deep bass to clear high frequencies, the Dali Oberon 5 are as impressive-sounding as they are looking. When given enough hours to achieve their best run-in sound, they will produce highly satisfying results
- Available in light oak and black
- Well-suited to home-theater use
- Not too big and bulky
Polk Audio RTI A7
One look at the Polk Audio RTI A7 and anyone will realize that you take your sound seriously. From movies to rock and roll, this tower makes for a powerful, yet natural, listening experience. It performs well at any volume, so don’t hesitate to crank it up.
- Handsome cherry or black finish
- Highs and lows sound clean
- Great for recordings of live music
Thanks to an advanced tweeter and a horn with a remarkable high-frequency response, the Klipsch RP-280F can fill a vast room with theater-quality sound. The rubber construction of the horn helps smooth out any harsh notes, and the bass is quite impressive, too.
- Woofers mitigate distortion well
- Woodgrain finish
- Grille attaches magnetically
Wharfedale EVO 4.4
Lauded by audiophiles and home theater enthusiasts alike, the UK-made Wharfedale EVO 4.4 are exceptionally well designed, with custom crossovers that achieve the perfect balance between their Air Motion Transformer tweeters, silk midrange drivers, and Kevlar-coned woofers.
- Vibration-reducing spiked base
- Well-built with a good finish
- Suitable for large spaces
Polk Audio TSi400
If you’re trying to reproduce rich-sounding vocals and complex instrumentals, the Polk Audio TSi400 is well-worth considering. With a steady bass output and minimal distortion, even diehard audiophiles will likely come away satisfied.
- Attractive pewter trim
- Performs well without a subwoofer
- Heavy at 32 pounds
The Sony SSCS3 has two tweeters: a primary one-inch, polyester one, and a slightly smaller one that allows for immersive sound staging and reproduction. Together, this produces a balanced result and creates a nice listening experience.
- Generates minimal vibrations
- Sturdy base provides stability
- Fiberboard and vinyl construction
With the KEF Q550 , this respected brand has made several improvements upon previous models in its popular Q Series. These include an enhanced driver array for more accurate treble reproduction and redesigned crossovers for tighter bass response.
- Modular cabinet
- Floor spikes to reduce vibrations
- Magnetic grilles sold separately
A true cinematic experience isn’t complete unless you’re able to hear the nuanced detail of the film’s score, and the Yamaha NS-F210BL will ensure that the soundtrack sounds crisp and impactful. Keep in mind that it’s not built for heavy bass.
- Stylish and modern appearance
- Does not take up much space
- Not the most powerful option
A sleek black cabinet makes the Klipsch R-24F an elegant model, but don’t let that distract you from its performance. The dual woofers produce a decent low-frequency response and generate a clean, natural sound alongside its advanced acoustic horn.
- Attractive copper-colored cones
- Ideal for medium-sized rooms
- Better when paired with a subwoofer