Klipsch R-10SW Review and Specs

Klipsch R-10SW This device is a powerful subwoofer with an effective output and a powerful amplifier. It is primarily designed to provide deep and detailed bass, but it also works quite well at high frequencies. See more information in this Klipsch R-10SW review.

Klipsch R-10SW Review

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Features

As for the Klipsch R-10SW specs, the equally accessible Klipsch R-10SW subwoofer is able to please the listener with a 300-watt bass output power in the frequency range 32-120 Hz. The basis of the subwoofer is a high-quality digital amplifier. For the recreation of the bottoms, a 254-mm speaker with a cast graphite diffuser and a copper coating is responsible. At a maximum sound wave pressure of 112 dB, the speaker provides dense reproduction, and the rear bass reflex enhances deep bass sound. The key features of this subwoofer are the variable crossover control and the phase switch option, which allows you to adjust the level of low frequencies. A 10 inch, 150 W subwoofer is powerful enough to augment pretty much any budget-tier pair of main speakers just fine.

Design and build

The product is quite lightweight and compact compared to most subwoofers on the market. Other than that, this unit features the same black and copper design that themes most Klipsch home theater speakers. It has the option of a removable foam grill for those who want to cover and protect the driver. From a purely aesthetic point of view, the R-10SW looks like any other Klipsch speaker. It has a simple yet stylish design. The cabinets are firm and made of quality MDF, covered by black vinyl. The front face of this speaker is designed in a way that makes it look like it’s genuinely floating.

Klipsch R-10SW

Connectivity

It includes line-level and LFE connectivity options that let you connect a subwoofer to any stereo system or home theater system. The R-10SW was made to be a companion subwoofer. It goes along with all products from the Klipsch Audio Ecosystem. Its main function is to add bass to the 5.1 system. Hence it is compatible with the entire range of speakers.

Pros and Cons

Pros

  • The receiver’s calibration mic makes me aware that the subwoofer is too close
  • It gives that supplementary to video games and music

Cons

  • The device is starched. It’s not a very serious defect, but it significantly affects the appearance
  • There is a port noise on lower frequencies at comparatively low volumes

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Common features

Product

Klipsch R-10SW

Model

R-10SW

Brand

Klipsch

Reviews

987

General

Amplification type

active

Wireless

Detachable grilles

Enclosure type

vented

Power

Nominal output power (RMS), W

150

Maximal output power (RMS), W

300

Audio performance

Sensitivity, dB

112

Impedance, Ohm

8

Frequency response, Hz

32-120

Crossover frequency, Hz

40-160

Driver

Driver quantity

1

Driver size, in

10

Driver placement

front panel

Port placement

back side

Connectivity

Wi-Fi

Bluetooth

Extensive connection

RCA LFE inputs

1

RCA stereo line level inputs (pair)

1

RCA outputs

0

XLR inputs (pair)

0

XLR outputs (pair)

0

Speaker level output (pair)

0

Speaker level input (pair)

0

Control

Volume

Subwoofer phase

Low-pass filter

Main power switch

App control

Desing

Body material

MDF

Woofer composition

polymer

Colors

black

User manual

Manual

Dimensions

Dimensions (W x H x D), cm/in

31.7 x 35.5 x 39.8/12.5 x 14 x 15.7

Weight, kg/pounds

11.6/25.5
Klipsch R-10SW
Klipsch R-10SW

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