Klipsch is a recognized leader with credibility for its outstanding sound quality and manufacturing standard. So, let’s see what they offer us from the Klipsch Reference R-10SWi review!
Looking at Klipsch Reference R-10SWi specs, the power of the built-in amplifier is 150 W (nominal value), and due to the work in the economy class D practically does not heat up even with prolonged use of the subwoofer. The subwoofer provides for adjusting the level of the input signal and the tuning frequency of the input filter, as well as switching the absolute phase of the signal. The subwoofer reproduces assertive and at the same time well-developed bass, which allows us to recommend it for use not only in the home theater, but also in stereo systems. At the same time, in terms of its parameters, the Klipsch R-10SWi will perfectly combine with most medium-sized floor speakers. The frequency range (± 3 dB) is 32 Hz - 120 Hz.
The Klipsch R-10SWi subwoofer has the optimal combination of dimensions and bass depth, making it an excellent choice for many rooms and AV systems. The device is made in a durable, damped case made of MDF, the exterior of which is made of black vinyl texture film. The subwoofer can be covered with a strong and acoustically transparent protective mesh. The bass speaker is located on the front of it, and has a diameter of 10 inches. The woofer is equipped with a diffuser made of composite material and has a copper coating.
A feature of this model is the ability to wirelessly connect to a signal source, which further simplifies the placement of the Klipsch R-10SWi in the listening room. The receiver is built into the subwoofer, and the transmitter included in the kit must be connected to the line or LFE outputs of the AV receiver or stereo amplifier. The signal is transmitted at a frequency of 2.4 GHz, while the connection occurs automatically after turning on the subwoofer. The Klipsch R-10SWi also provides traditional line / LFE inputs.