The Klipsch R-10SW subwoofer can please the listener with a 300-watt bass maximal output power in the frequency range 32-120 Hz. With a weight of 11.6 kg, speakers with MDF walls are placed on the floor. A 10-inch front-facing subwoofer provides flexibility in any room for pulsed bass on demand.
The Klipsch Reference R-10SW has a rigorous exterior with Brushed Black textured vinyl, and its deepest basses blend in with its relatively compact body sizes. Klipsch R-10SW vs BIC America F12 is heavier. The deepest basses are combined with the relatively compact dimensions of the body.
The F12 is equipped with a 10-inch driver with a molded synthetic cone with shiny aluminum trim and a Class D plate amplifier. Sub provides 150 watts at an 8-ohm impedance. BIC America F12 has 475 W maximal output power vs Klipsch R-10SW – 300 W.
It 17 x 14.75 x 17.25 inches. The F12 has a very nice metallic look. The body is finished with a typical black laminate with a black grille. The driver is directed forward, and the port is directed back just below the plate amplifier. It has an LFE line input, as well as speaker level inputs and outputs.
The BIC America F12 is better subwoofer in this comparison. Check BIC America F12 price