Klipsch Sub-12HG vs Polk Audio PSW505 has 300 W power, another one – 250 W nominal output power. Also, It has a 12-inch driver size that produces rich sound and without any terrible unwanted rumble. The Klipsch Sub-12HG subwoofer driver is located in a well-built MDF cabinet with a matte surface of polymer veneer.
It keeps on rather strange legs, and this makes it look like some kind of spaceship. This subwoofer is different from the usual Klipsch design. Now the driver is not copper. Since it has a down-directed driver, there is no need to have a detachable grill.
PSW505 also has a 12-inch driver size. This device can provide power up to 480 watts at the peak. It sounded great and enhances your music system. There is a mode of automatic inclusion "on signal" and turning off the subwoofer in the 15-minute absence. The body is mounted on metal supports.
The robust MDF construction suppresses the resonance of the case panel for an accurate response without distortion. The walls are covered with a tinted oak veneer. Polk Audio PSW505 has detachable grill vs Klipsch Sub-12HG hasn’t.
The Polk Audio PSW505 is better subwoofer in this comparison. Check Polk Audio PSW505 price