In addition, the Cinema 8 boasts one RCX-4 center channel. Both the RSX-4 and the RCX-4 are two-way, magnetically shielded speakers outfitted with a 1” titanium-dome compression driver coupled alongside a Klipsch’s MicroTractrix horn. Whereas the RSX-4 employs one 4” (versus 5.25”) woofer, the RCX-4 boasts dual 4” woofers. All the woofers are long-throw units powered via Neodymium motor structures. The Cinema 8’s subwoofer, on the other hand, features a 10” fiber composite (versus Cerametallic) cone woofer that outputs a whopping 420w (versus 575w) of power through its integrated amplifier. In addition, the satellites and center channel all feature integrated pedestal stands with ball joints that allow them to be easily adjusted in any direction, no to mention keyholes on the underside of each stand base for convenient wall mounting. The Klipsch Cinema 8 retails for a slightly more affordable $1284.99 (versus $1594.99) and comes with a 5 year limited warranty.