May 14, 2020Read More
The relatively affordable Klipsch R-10SW subwoofer can please the listener with a 300-watt bass output power in the frequency range 32-120 Hz. It is equipped with a powerful amplifier with a rated power of 150 W, which reproduces accurate and effective sufficient power that works noticeably, when listening to music or watching movies.
It has a pretty nice design. The back design is quite simple – the part painted in black, which includes all the inputs and two small company logos at the bottom and the top of the subwoofer. Klipsch R-10SW has RCA LFE inputs vs Klipsch R-100SW hasn’t.
The subwoofer is equipped with a 10-inch diameter woofer. An amplifier is installed that develops a maximum power of 300 watts. The load for the speaker is a bass-reflex, the outlet of which is located on the back panel.
Klipsch R-100SW vs Klipsch R-10SW is lighter (10,9 kg vs 11,6 kg). The device is made in an MDF case; the external finish is made with a dense, scratch-resistant film made of natural wood. The signal level controls: filter settings and absolute phase switches are located on the rear panel.
The Klipsch R-10SW is better subwoofer in this comparison. Check Klipsch R-10SW price