Before starting to test Klipsch R-10SW vs Polk Audio PSW10 I couldn’t help noticing the similarity of their front panel drivers. Not only they are of the same size (10 inches) but the appearance and material type resemble as well. However, these may be the only aliknesses of the mentioned devices. Klipsch model shows an immense nominal - maximal output power range of 150-300 W as for the subwoofer of its dimensions. Handy low pass crossover and phase controls make it easy to regulate the sound according to your preferences while rational composition ensures deep bass quality and placement flexibility thanks to its front firing driver and all digital amplifier.
Recently, I’ve been testing Polk Audio PSW10 vs Klipsch R-10SW subwoofers. The one by Polk Audio has wider frequency and crossover response range of 35-200 Hz and 80-160 Hz respectively. PSW10 model loses in nominal - maximal output power range that is 50-100 W, however combining with 10 inch driver it adds depth to your sound and provides accurate bass. On the front panel it has a sleek detachable grill to protect the woofer from kids and pets. Intelligently engineered amplificator with a high-end driver produces an outstanding sounding for this subwoofer and makes it especially suitable for a long-term use.
The Klipsch R-10SW is better subwoofer in this comparison. Check Klipsch R-10SW price