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Created for large rooms, the R-12SWi wireless subwoofer provides surround and powerful bass. This is the perfect combination of power, sophistication, and deafening bass. Klipsch R-12SWi vs Klipsch R-100SW has more nominal output power (200 vs 150 W). A wireless subwoofer can be placed anywhere in your home.
The rugged subwoofer enclosure minimizes noise and delivers clear, undistorted sound at low frequencies. Modern aesthetics and absolute durability of the subwoofer, housed in an MDF enclosure with a matte polymer veneer finish, ensure smooth integration into any interior.
Add powerful bass to your movies and music with the R-100SW. This front subwoofer is equipped with a 10-inch copper IMG speaker, providing peak power up to 300 watts. This subwoofer with a frequency response of 32 to 120 Hz is equipped to work with a variety of listening materials.
Klipsch R-100SW vs Klipsch R-12SWi is more compact (10-inch vs 12”). Exterior finish R-100SW is made of a solid, scratch-resistant texture film under a natural wood. The R-100SW has a polished, contemporary look that perfectly accentuates the Reference Series speakers. Line-level/LFE RCA inputs provide height compatibility with standard home receivers.
The Klipsch R-12SWi is better subwoofer in this comparison - check Klipsch R-12SWi price.