XRT2K Loudspeaker

    “Big” is unquestionably the best word to describe the McIntosh XRT2K loudspeaker, in terms of both audio reproduction and real estate. These towers of power stand about 7 feet tall and weight over 450 pounds apiece, though their ability to pump out 2,000 watts of power belies even their enormous size. With 40 dome tweeters, 64 midrange drivers, and six 12-inch woofers, the XRT2Ks will easily fill a listening room the size of small arena with potent, crystal-clear audio.

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