The front-firing woofer is powerful. 400 watt of dynamic power is delivered by the alldigital amplifier. The cabinet is brushed black and has a painted plinth. Low pass and phase control. Line/LFE inputs are used for most receivers.
👤The Klipsch mine was broken out and I had to wait about an hour for a phone call back, but the guy on the other line listened to the high pitch sound and told me I had a speaker. I went to Best buy to look at the Klipsch subs and the guy told me they were getting them back with bad Amps.
👤This thing is awesome. I made a big mistake when I traded my old Boston acoustics XB6 for a new one. I used the sub that came with my Onkyo 7.1 speaker set. It did okay, but bottomed out very quickly. I decided it was time to replace it, so I went with this Klipsch. It was up and running in less than 5 minutes after it arrived. This thing is loud and deep. It shakes the walls. You know the scene where they blow up the ships in Game of Throne? I thought it would wake the neighborhood. There is virtually no break-in period. It sounded great from the beginning. It's nice. The golden cone is nice to look at, and the veneer is almost black brushed aluminum. The cost is less than my old Boston. It was worth the buy. Go for it! The driver developed a rattle after three months of normal use. I took the driver out, taped down any loose wires I saw, and plugged it back in after it sounded like wires hitting the inside of the box. Still jittery. The driver was responsible for it. It put out a lot of bass, but the rattle was annoying. The seller apologized when I contacted them. Can't help. The window is not open. The manufacturer can be contacted. I asked if they were an authorized Klipsch dealer, but they didn't reply. I contacted Klipsch. We can't vouch for them or their equipment, so we won't honor the warranty. They sold me a replacement woofer for $84. I installed it three days after it arrived. The Rattle is fixed. I wanted people to be warned. We take advantage of the deals, but be careful. TJ Maxx is like the internet. The prices are lower because of something. The replacement driver I bought directly from Klipsch is still going strong. Since the rattle incident, I haven't had any issues with the sub or its components. I am very pleased with this sub.
👤I record and produce music as well. I have a well-equipped home studio with a professional reference-level monitor system and a very high quality sub. I didn't think I would hear a consumer-level sub for a home stereo system that sounded as good as my studio-grade sub. I was wrong. The Klipsch 12 inch sub is very impressive. The feel of the lowest lows in your music and movies is captured by the great tone. This sub has been described as musical before. I agree, but it goes further than that. It's difficult to find a sub that produces a smooth bass sound while also being tight. The bass sound of my previous home stereo sub was very tight but it was also harsh at times and because of the smaller speaker size, it would sometimes sound distorted when trying to produce the very low frequencies at nominal volume. There was no distortion with this sub. If you are wondering if it's too big, it's not. The speaker's size makes it easy to reproduce low frequencies without distortion, and it also makes it easy to get the effect you want.
Polk's 12-inch Dynamic Balance Woofer sounds better because it is built better. Enjoy music, sports and movies in a thrilling way. This sub reproduces the sound of delicate string music, solid blasts and booms from bombs and bullets, and other types of sound with perfect accuracy. The PSW505 is powered by Immense 460-WATT power. It works best with Polk's Signature Series Speakers. Highly recommended for your home theater. The front grille is replaceable and the back has a magnetically shielded LFE-input for noisy signal aversion, line- & speaker-level inputs and outputs. It is easy to integrate with existing systems. Constant variable 60 to 120 Hz and 25 to 125 Hz frequencies.
👤I bought this Polk sub woofer for $179.00) when it was on sale around Black Friday. I connected it to a Yamaha amplifier. It was rarely used by me - maybe 20 times a year for an hour or so at a time. I powered it up last night and within a minute or so the bass was out. I switched the switch to auto and the led turned red after I realized there was no green light power indicator. I thought this was an easy fix, but no such luck. The amplifier's back panel failed and the symptoms are the same as others have reported. This is a very common failure on Polk subs. Don't purchase with the expectation that it will last long. I replaced my cheap KLH sub woofer with the Polk psw 505 and it worked out great for over 10 years. I sold it. Polk's sub woofers amplifier can fail after a couple of years. The warranty on the amplifier is 3 years. The price of a new sub woofer will be the same as the price of a replacement part. If you're considering this, you'd be wise to find a different brand or not pay full price. It will cost you $60.00 a year to use it and you should discard it. I won't be considering any Polk subs in the future. Twice shy, once bitten. I'll keep an eye out for a different brand on sale when Black Friday rolls around again. "Sound Advice" to you is to spend your money wisely.
👤I use this sub in my home gym. After hooking it up to my system, it sounded good and I was looking forward to calling it in. The system on the sub was dead by the third time I turned it on. There was no power light. It is plugged into a Monster power strip. I called Polk customer service at 5pm to resolve the issue. I was connected to a product specialist who didn't ask me a single question about the unit, only if I had removed the amplifier to check the fuse. I told her that I was worried about voiding a warranty. She told me that I had to do that in order to get to the root of the problem. I removed the 10 screws from the amplifier after I hung up. There wasn't a fuse in sight after a long look. Nothing. I sat on the phone for a long time before I spoke to anyone. The call center was closed when I tried to call back. I rushed off the phone the first time, but they hung up on me the second time, so they could punch out. Talk about being angry. I would never buy another Polk product with that level of dedication.
👤For those who are in a budget, a 12 in. is a sub $200 price range. This is the best bang for your money. Why? It gets the job done. Some people will tell you to pay more money for a better sub. I had a 150lb SVS sub in the past but sold it and went for a smaller one. The size of the enclosure, weight of the enclosure, and the performance of high end subs at lower volumes can all be compared to this one. There is only one positive outcome that I can think of in a high end sub versus a low end sub, and that is high sound pressure level or high decibels at the lower frequencies. The question is not out of the question because the human ear can't hear sub 20hz. If you have a $400 budget, don't buy a klipsch, SVS, or any of the other ones. If you have a $600 budget, buy 3 of these. Purchase 4 of these if your budget is $800. 2 subs of this brand and specifications is better than 1 high end subs. 2 high end subs are better than 4 subs. You are buying more subs to improve the listening experience of lower frequencies on every listening area of the room so that you can hear the same bass wherever you go. If you're looking for a review or a product that's not right for you, then you're not looking in the right place. Does the sub go to the low 20hz? It definitely does. But at a lower decibel level. How much do you need to watch a movie or listen to music? Not much for most of the people. I was one of the people who had a problem with calibrating the subwoofer to work and blend with the rest of the system. Money should be spent on the audio system of the home theater. Audyssey room calibration software is built into the receiver that is acquiring that higher end receiver. I have tried bronze, silver and now Audyssey Platinum. The Audyssey Platinum has a big difference in sound quality. When your sub hits low frequencies, you should not shake or vibrate it. If it does, you have set the volume too high. If you want to achieve this, you need to have a test tone at certain frequencies and a db meter. Subwoofer should have his loudness set at 75 decibels. A good test for this is to watch the first few minutes of The Transformer's Age of Extinction. There are a lot of scenarios where you can hear the low frequencies. You have a perfect system if you set your subs to not rattle or shake. I promise that you will hear clear and clean solid bass and that you will compliment other speakers improving clarity at a wide range of frequencies from low to high. There are lots of controls for the Audyssey Platinum. My set up is 7.4.4. The polk subs are two of my subs. The small feet is the only negative thing I have to say about this product. I wish polk put a rubber foot on it. I am very happy with my purchase. Spend more on a higher end receiver and less on the subs. Buy a used one if you want to buy a higher end receiver at a discounted price. You can buy a demo unit from Best Buy. You will get the same warranty and financing as new ones. Time to time, check their Magnolia section for their demo units.
A power hungry vehicle. For extra bass and punch, a 10-inch Dynamic Balance woofer and a directed port provide accurate bass with added depth. A perfect solution for a small room. Even at low frequencies, the sound is rich and deep, even at high volume. The speaker plays the most demanding nodes without any distortion. The power to 100 Watts of Dynamic Power can be doubled with the in-built 50- watt amplifier. This sub is highly durable and fit for use. It is easy to integrate with existing systems. Variable 80-160 Hz and 40-160 Hz frequencies. A sleek grille on the front, speaker and line-level inputs, as well as speaker-level outputs on the back, make this sub cohesive and complete!
👤The glowing reviews for the PSW10 came to me after I had gone through three smaller 8” subs. It was better than anything I had before, and it was every bit as good as they say. I was so impressed with the musical performance that I began budgeting for something even better. The PSW10 cost 5x more than the SVS SB12-NSD, but many forums claimed it was light years ahead of it. I found the claims to be exaggerated after breaking in my new SVS. It could reach down to a bone-rattling 15hertz, which I like, but may not be everyone's cup of tea. For every other attribute, the PSW10 was 80% the quality of the SVS. I had to replay a bunch of songs side by side with both subs and assign a 10% more tightness to the SVS. Maybe some people consider that last 10% improvement night and day, but I just call it 10%, as in only really noticeable when compared side to side. I agree with many other reviewers that the PSW10 is perfect. Nothing can be done at its price point.
👤I had a Denon receiver and ordered 2 of these. I figured I might as well try it. I read an article on an A/V forum that said that 2 lesser expensive woofers is better in a home theater than 1 single premium one, because it will fill the room better and matter less where you're sitting for how you hear the bass response. I am blown away. I have one on either side. They sound great with games, music and movies. Replacing my theater in a box sub sounds terrible. I watched the Dark Knight and it was crazy how much more powerful the guns, cars, and punches were with the better bass and music of the films. Weapons firing and explosions in games will shake the walls if you want them to. I'm sure a single one of these would be a huge upgrade over theater in a box subs, but with a pair, they really shine. Highly recommended.
👤I bought two of them because my Pro Sub 1000 died after 8 years. The purchase was based on the reviews. The receiver has two outputs. I decided to get two when I only had one. I was a bit underwhelmed at first. I was expecting a lot more bass, but it wasn't the case. It didn't have the same effect as my DT. I was expecting the cost of the DT to be under 200, but it is close to $500. After messing with the output of my speakers and receiver, I finally got a decent sound that I can live with. I have to keep the volumn on the subs to get the results I want. I only had to have half of it. I don't play music on my system, so I don't have a review of the sound quality. I'm glad I got two. There will be additional review after two days. I will now rate these as a 5 star after I realized that the lack of bass from these speakers was caused by an operator error. I didn't have the output to the sub turned up from minimal. Once I started cranking it up, I got more bass. Excellent. I can turn down the master volume on the speaker. The auto shutoff feature was malfunctioning. It wouldn't wake up on a signal return when it went into sleep mode. I didn't have a high enough output to the sub on my receiver. It works great after another issue was solved. Very happy with the purchase.
A full 1-year warranty is offered when you purchase from an authorized Rockford Fosgate partner. The Monoprice ssw-12 features a low profile enclosure that is designed to deliver ample bass output. You can put it under your chair, behind your TV stand, or on your living room wall. The ssw-12 features a full-sized 12-inch Woofer housed in a bass-reflex enclosure that is designed to maximize bass output from its slim, low profile design. You won't have to skimp on the bass with a 20Hz Frequency Response. The ssw-12 has a 150 watt amplifier signed for subs. It has the ability to set volume, low pass filter, and is equipped with both line level RCA jacks and speaker level terminal inputs. If you have a question about their products, their technical support team can help. Monoprice rugged design and rigid quality control standards deliver high quality products at fair prices.
👤Monoprice makes similar subs with different speakers. The Monoprice S SW-12 has a 12 inch driver. Everyone asks the first question- is it loud? It's loud and produces very low frequencies. I don't doubt that it can achieve that, even though I didn't pull out my audio analyzer. What does it contain? The sub, of course, wall mounting brackets, drilling template, floor stand, manual, and a set ofRCA toRCA cables are included. What is the sound quality like? Even if you carefully tune the roll-off on the crossover, it will still show some weakness here. The sound quality isn't bad, but it isn't great. It's not very precise. If you're looking for seat rumbling on a movie night, you'll love it. If you're interested in hip-hop, you'll probably like rump shaking bass. If you're looking for a bass that's tight, controlled and accurate, you'll probably be disappointed. I know it's difficult to get good bass in a small sub, but I know it's possible because Yamaha used to produce a wonderful little sub that was in the same price range. I was going to keep the Monoprice S SW-12 if it wasn't for one annoying habit. It's designed to turn itself on when there's a signal. It would turn itself on at random, even when the audio system was off. I decided to send it back. I'm not sure why auto on and off is a problem for speaker designers. If there's a long quiet scene in a movie, my sound bar will turn itself off, because it requires a ridiculous volume level to turn on. Then there's this, which seems to turn on with an electrical anomaly. I wish someone could get it right. If you want low, low-lows, and you can live with them being a bit sloppy, and reminding you when your system is off, you'll probably like it. Keep looking if not.
👤You can't expect much from a sub like this. All other things being equal, a sealed enclosure should give about a 3db gain compared to a ported enclosure. That's the same as using an amplifier of twice the power. I bought two of these and they don't equal the single sealed velodyne unit I am replacing, so I am replacing them with two subs. These things are four times the power, double the woofers, and have a bass reflex design, but they're not even close to my velodyne in terms of loudness. Despite their claims, they do not respond nearly as low. These are machines that play mid-bass. The purpose of my front main speakers is lost when I get louder and lower frequencies from them. It's so quiet that it disappears into the room. They distort so badly that the music or movie track is no longer heard if I try to turn up the gain enough. No bueno guys, try harder. You need more power and a longer port on your bass reflex design.
👤The red and white audio cables are longer than the nubbins that the unit is supposed to rest on so the entire unit ends up resting on the angle of the red and white cables. Doh! It seems like it could be a fire hazard, or a great way to wear out those cables. The cables should be somewhere else, like along the back, if the nubbins are larger.
10 inches long-throw Cerametallic Woofer. The Maimum acoustic output is 118 decibels. Wireless with an accessory. The power cord was included.
👤I've been through 3 different subs and have put together an atmos system with a Denon receiver and originally all klipsch reference speakers, I love the rest of their speakers, but their subs seem to be their achilles heel! I had a dual klipsch 10- SW that had horrible port noise tapping sounds with deep bass that was meant to be a "deep rumble", I returned them both and tried Polk, their 10" sub was even worse. I ordered the sub from Amazon because they had a better price, and it was perfect, I needed a sub for gunshots, collisions, explosions, music drum hits, etc. Zero port noise and flawless bass reproduction in any scene, movie, game, you name it! After only 4 months, it started making these terrible "flapping" sounds, usually when there is actually "quieter" bass like ominous rumbles and such. I was able to get in touch with their tech support and arrange for a replacement unit. The new unit sounded great for about a month, but then I started hearing a "rattling" sound during the same rumble bits in games and movies. I was about to give it up, but I called Amazon and they wouldn't give me a refund, so I bought a sealed sub from the store, to see if the subs were on par. I ordered a replacement part from Klipsch, but before it arrived, I disassembled the woofer and looked for the source of the rattling sound, and it seemed to be something to do with the tape they have holding the power cables to the inner. I sprayed the stuff all over it because I felt I had nothing to lose. The rattling is gone, and the sound of the sub is a million bucks. I installed the new Klipsch replacement for schitt's creek and giggles, and it still had the rattling sound, but it was brand new. I put my previous one back in and it was smooth as butter. You might need to make sure you have a can of WD-40 on hand, a set of front screws, and a hex bit to make sure you get the ultimate sub for $400-500. In the end, it's worth it, and Klipsch is the only brand that comes close to the BOOM of Klipsch!
👤This has been the most frustrating experience I have ever had. I had a Klipsch sub that failed. It was a great one. I was loyal to the brand and went for the SPL-100. USPS was handling the shipping for whatever reason. At first, it seemed to be on-track, but then all status updates stopped. It might be lost, according to Amazon. The USPS status is still in the system with a last update. Anyway... I called Amazon and they were great. The replacement was sent to me by AMZN, not the USPS. It arrived in 2 days and has been working great. I loved the sub. The bass is gone when I turn on some Mandalorian. Hmm. After about 30 minutes of checking everything was set up correctly, I pulled the sub cable out of the receiver and tapped on it with my thumb. It's dead, ugh. They won't let me do the process of getting this sub again, so I called Amazon. We need to get Klipsch involved. I'm frustrated at everyone at this point, but we'll see how this all works out. USPS, Amazon, and Klipsch. Good grief.
The front-firing Cerametallic woofers are Spun copper. The driver is 12-inch. It's compatible with almost any receiver. The grille is strong and flexible. The contemporary finish is easy to integrate with any decor. The dimensions are 16” H x 14” W x 19.25” D. The box has a Sub 120 Subwoofer and power cord. The corner is where you want your subwoofer to be for optimal performance.
👤The sub didn't work out of the box. There was no sound or buzz test. I called customer support and was on hold for 30 minutes before I hung up, tried multiple times with no luck, and got an email response a week later saying they didn't forget me. It's funny. He called Klipsch support with no answer, and finally set up a return to Amazon after calling Amazon very helpful. Without Amazon's help, I would be stuck, I like Klipsch but don't count on their support.
👤This is not my first Klipsch component, but it will not be my last. The Klipsch R12 SW was damaged during a move and I bought this to replace it. I paid more for the R12 SW but the Black Label looks more high end. The two units look the same. Klipsch is the main audio speaker in my house. Well made and sound good.
👤I own a JBL system and love it. The.1 is actually two 10" 550P's with 300/500 Watts. The problem is that they are ver clean with thick cabinets. It's great for music enjoyment, but not for Home Theatre. When the Death Star passed by or the Law rocket was fired, I needed the number. There is a great deal on the Klipsch Black label. 400 watt sub. And it was delivered... I had to turn it down because it was so much. If you want the rumble to be put back into your movies, this is it. It was a steal of a deal at $249.
👤You will be happy getting this sub. It is amazing. It looks good and it produces solid bass. I would recommend this sub for someone who is looking for a clean, responsive bass.
👤We have a TV sound system and a receiver. We had a Polk sub that was moved to the basement to support the sound of the Sound Towers which has been working perfectly for 8 years. The Klipsch works great, it has enough base for the TV sound system and works great with music as well. It is the same product as the Polk which weighs 10 pounds more. This product deserves a 5 star review.
👤Wow! The Boston acoustic XB6 was the one I had. Supposed to be one of the best. The entire sound of our surround system has changed because of the Klipsch. The bass had to be turned down. This thing is free of distortion. I will break it in correctly. It is awesome! You want this one.
👤I thought the description of the 12” Front-Firing Subwoofer indicated the size of the unit. This thing does not fit in my space. I would not have bought this if I had seen it in person. I'm screwed because I can't exchange with this seller. Great stuff, but beware of Walts TV. Don't get screwed like I did. It was an expensive mistake.
Peak power is 1,500 Watts. The output of the MOSFET is fully Discrete. The driver was 12" high. There is a mobile app available for the Subwoofer.
👤This should have been one of the first purchases I made as I have been slowly building my system. It makes the movie and music experience better. I used to use a Polk PSW-505 and was never really impressed with it, but I assumed it was because of how large our living room was. I was seriously considering buying two of these just based on what I had read on the internet, but I can say that this is out of this world. The bass is clean and tight and the app makes it very easy to adjust it. If you're currently using an entry level sub, then you should upgrade to something better. It is a lot to drop but it has made a bigger difference than any other piece of equipment I have upgraded.
👤The new grill style on the "pro" models was the reason I pulled the Trigger. The grill prongs did not line up with the holes in the subs. The grill did not fit, and the rubber gasket in the holes were torn up when the grill was put in. The seller was quick to return the item. It takes a while to ship and repackage and return a 100lb beast like this, because of the manufacturer defect. I don't plan on buying the same model again, I guess.
👤This thing shakes the block. Cops called. Get it. Fantastic amplifier! I use it outside on a patio that is covered on three sides and it fills the entire area with amazing lows. Plug and play. Make sure you have the room for it. It is amazing!
👤I'm not sure if I should get this sub because I'm not sure if I should put it under my projector screen because it's too tall or on the side. It sounds really good with the speakers. I used the app. At first, I was impressed by the MCACC's setup. The sub was put on -10dB's by MCACC. It was louder when the levels were higher, but not the type of bass that you would find in a chest hitting game. I decided to play around with the app and the sub and it made the sub thump. I felt the bass in my chest. I rated the amplifier 3 out of 5 stars because I think it's a little bit gimmicky. This is a sub that should bring your house down. I am happy with it. I think it should be loaded with it's full potential and not forced to mess with the app.
👤Where do you begin with these subs? The signature required delivery was the only reason for four stars. The subs are everything you have been reading. You need the app to fully appreciate the flexibility. I had a piece of glass artwork that was on the wall of my theater that was damaged by the subs. Very unfortunate. My girlfriends feet get cold from the excessive air that these subs blow out of the ports. It was from 12 feet away. Anyway, buy it! Get two!
Peak Power Sledge STA-325D has a huge high current output of transistors with Class D efficiency. The unique design has vanishingly low distortion and is able to unleash nearly unlimited on-demand power. The high-excursion 12-inch SVS Subwoofer Driver has a dual ferrite magnet motor assembly with long-throw parabolic surround for extreme excursion that delivers massive output with finesse and accuracy even at the most intense listening levels. 50MHzAnalog Devices AudioDSP renders accurate Frequency response through advanced in-room tuning and powerful controls, while allowing the sub to take control of a space with room-filling bass. The easiest way to control volume and fine tune your system is with the Subwoofer App. Extra-thick MDF front baffle and rigid internal bracing create a resonance-free environment for uncompromised performance in the Inert and Rigidly Braced sealed subwoofer cabinet. It's small enough to fit in almost any room.
👤I was a little disappointed in the review that said how quiet this sub is. I moved from a loud old sub to this one. I wasn't used to the detail at first. I fixed my Denon Audyssey when I opened the app. This thing is perfect and I'm thinking about adding a dual down the line. The app is needed to get this sub's power.
👤The Klipsch R-100 SW is part of my 5.1 system and was replaced with this sub. This sub has changed my entire viewing experience after re- running Audyssey and using REW to find the best frequencies. Dialogue clarity has improved substantially because of the clarity of the bass. The bass of the Klipsch sub is a mess compared to the SB-1000 Pro. Both music and movies are enjoyable to listen to. Absolutely worth the price.
👤It works, but not what I was looking for. Bad review is because it seems not to be returnable, who ever heard of such a thing in this day and age. It's strange that the return policy of the SVS is no questions asked. Should have gone to Best Buy.
👤This sub is amazing. The app control is a nice feature, no more getting up to make adjustments, it's worth the money. I can't say how long it will last because I just got it. Will change if there are problems.
👤The fact that you can control your sub from your seat is amazing.
👤The quality of bass is good but not enough. You can barely hear it in a small room with efficient speakers. The Monolith 10in should have been purchased.
👤There is no reason to dislike this sub. The set-up was helped by the app. It detected that my sub was connected to my Denon AVR via the LFE connection and disabled its own internal bass management. I don't need to change the app's suggested settings. It's positioned behind the home entertainment center on the opposite side of the living room wall. The sub is connected to my speakers. This is a marriage made in heaven. The Denon base management system assigns the proper frequencies. I experienced boominess with my previous speakers and sub. The bass delivered by this sub is the best I have ever experienced. I have not heard of a single complaint or negative comment. I have made a good investment in the past.
👤This is by far the best subs I have had in my office. I listen to a huge range of music in my office, from classical and jazz to classic rock and heavy metal, and this sub handles it all with absolute power and delicacy. The detail, texture and accuracy of this sealed sub running nearfield in my office is superior to the 2 pro's that are in my living room. This thing can slam down at the deepest depths of any deep ambient bass with zero distortion and perfect accuracy while also picking up the subtle stringed bass instruments. This is the first sub I have heard that can replicate the accuracy/speed of bass when using headphones but also with the added benefit of shaking my desk. I was very happy with my purchase.
The front-firing woofer is powerful. 300 watt of dynamic power is delivered by the alldigital amplifier. It's equally impressive with music and movies. There is a low pass crossover and phase control. Inches. Line/LFE inputs are used for most receivers.
👤I own the 10” and 12” The tighter bass is achieved by the 10” compared to the 12” The 10” will get the job done, even though the 12” has more oomph. I love both of them.
👤It's hard to find a good subwoofer based on reviews. Different buyers look for different things. I've been playing music since the early sixties. A person might think that I want a lot of bottom end. I do. I want it to be in the mix. The engineer heard the sound in the studio. Here's the thing. That is not boom. It is a very different sound than what one hears, for instance, something out of the windows of many teenagers automobiles. Or out of a boombox. The Klipsch Reference R-10 SW is a musical instrument. It is tight. It is accurate. It can be those things at a high level. It goes deep. One needs to reproduce anything but a pipe organ. I bought one of the B-stock refurbished ones through Amazon. It works as new. It arrived quickly. I would do that again in a second. It is recommended. Unless you prefer "boom."
👤I can't turn it up more than a quarter of the way or my house will start to shake violently. This thing does a better job than I anticipated. I bought it because of the good reviews. My wife hates this speaker and it makes me love it more. This is the best sub you can get.
👤I didn't expect much out of the Reference 10, but after seeing the two next to each other, I was impressed. It blew me away. I was most impressed by the fact that the 10" is not as bright as the 15" and that it has a very open sound, which is something that can't be found in the 15". It was worth every penny.
👤I have it in my family room. This thing is very strong. The bass is tight. I've had this for 2 and 1/2 months now and have family and friends visit us a few times. Everyone is very impressed with this device. My basement will be the location of a legit home theater, and Klipsch subs will be a part of it.
👤I had a Polk PSW10 for a while. I have been able to purchase other Klipsch speakers. The sound I get from this sub is just powerful. How do you describe a sound? The sub can thump, but you can hear it and feel it when watching movies. My Klipsch speakers are clear and have no distortion. The sub fills the room with a wonderful sound. I love this sub and have nothing but praise for the brand. The sub is great for watching movies, listening to music, or just watching TV. It's a no-brainer to have it with other Klipsch speakers.
👤The Klipsch speakers I got for the other part of my 7.2 setup are great, but they don't know how to make subs. The quality of these subs makes it sound like it's at even mild levels of bass. It's easy to reproduce, just watch any movie with lots of bass, John Wick 2, or Ori and the Will of the Wisps, anything with a deep + soft low bass sound intended to be a soft rumble ends up sounding like a helicopter with these! The problem seems to stem from a design flaw with how they expel air out the back, creating this terrible "wing buffet" noise, as well as some internal rattle, it seems as well. subs only about a week old at this point, will be returning them immediately and getting Polk subs
The front-firing Cerametallic woofers are Spun copper. A front-firing driver. The grille is strong and flexible. Digital amplifier for high-efficiency and sound accuracy. It needs to be connected to a processor or pre-amp. The contemporary finish is easy to integrate with any decor. The dimensions are 14” H x 12.5” W x 15.7” D.
👤The Elac Uni-fi 2.0 speakers were upgraded to the Def Tech ProCinema 1000 front and center speakers. The speakers sound great. We hunted around for an upgrade because my old SW was woefully inadequate. The family room is large at about 16' x 28' and has a wide corridor to the entry and a kitchen and bar area on one side. I assumed we would need a bigger SW. We bought Klipsch's 12sw. It wasn't subtle, didn't blend with the Elacs at all, and was too boomy at lower volumes. It was not pleasant to listen to. I was able to return the Klipsch thanks to a particular wholesale membership warehouse. Thankfully. While this speaker is a Klipsch, it is their newer design and we took a shot and bought one, even though I could not determine if they made changes in the crossover or the woofer. This SW fits in perfectly. It blends well with the Elacs, fills the room well, adds rather than takes over lower level audio content, and really comes alive at mid volumes. We can keep the volume very moderate and still get solid enhancement of base frequencies, like space ship engines and gun fire. We're very pleased with this SW. If this didn't work out, I would have spent $600 on the Elac SW. This SW worked well for our needs because we have a larger room. It's not small, but it's a lot smaller than the 12" version.
👤I live in a two level house. I went into the street to check the mail today and could hear the fight scene from the movie from 30 yards away. Having a set of speakers with a sub that destroys the neighborhood is a penny-pinching delight sent from above. This makes a serious home theater that everyone loves. I do anyway, but not as much as the neighbors.
👤I had an old subwoofer that worked well for over a decade before it kicked the bucket. I debated between this one and the Polk Audio 10" sub. I didn't know how much bass was missing from my movies and music. This thing is really hot! It has the power to make sound so that you can hear it outside. The home theater has bones in it. I was really impressed with how much sound you get from a small unit. I was very happy with the purchase.
👤I bought a reference for the same price. When I compared the two, the infinity was better. I needed something that could keep up, so I purchased from Klipsch reference towers. The Klipsch sub is good for its size, and it is not broken in yet.
👤A good value when on sale. Avoid retail prices. The sub is half off and it is a huge value. It is not the deepest of lows, but it is enough to enjoy movies and music. The quantity and quality of the bass are surprising. This unit is small enough to be placed anywhere because the surrounding cabinet is so small. Would I recommend this sub to others? No. Better subs are available from other brands. Is it a good idea to recommend it on sale? Absolutely! The value is half off.
There is a high EFFICIENCY for small to medium sized rooms. The HTS 12 features a long throw woofer with Polk's proprietary Dynamic Balance Technology designed to fill your room with three-dimensional sound in great clarity. The sleek rounded corners are a highlight, but this sub will surely take your movie and music experience up a notch with its deep rumbling bass from the in-built 200 watt amplifier. Potent Power Port Technology delivers deeper bass response with its turbulence-smoothing diffuser that transitions air flow from the speaker into your listening area, minimizing any kind of distortion and delivering rich full-range sound everywhere. The sub comes with LFE and stereo line level inputs. Pair it with any of Polk's Signature series 2-channel stereo speakers or create a complete home theater with S60 tower, S20 bookshelf and S35 center channel speakers. The rear panel has all the controls for volume, low pass filter, and phase toggle that are needed for optimum bass levels. The front has a clean look. Polk has a commitment and expert craftmanship with their use of advanced technology, master engineering, and innovation, which helps them bring out the best in sound systems and speakers. So you can relax and listen.
👤The sound of the sub is good when on. A dud. When off for a while, the status led will go off. When the unit is set to auto on, it no longer turns back on using the 12vtrigger from the reciever. Plug the power back in after a while to get it working. Even tried with another reciever and still had an issue. I contacted tech support and got no response over a week later. I got an email reply. They said they were too busy and that if I still need help, they would be happy to help. I tried that and was hung up after talking to a rep. 45 minutes was wasted. There is still a broken item.
👤I need to replace 2 non-working subs. I bought a 1000W Paradigm Servo 15 in 2006 for $2000. An old Polk model that was small but great bass was the other. I had gotten a 50W Polk sub as part of a HTIB several years ago, and I only have one remaining working sub. I decided to upgrade my sub to something more punch than 50W after purchasing a brand new 5 speaker surround set-up, a new Sony receiver, a 4K dvd player, and a new Sony TV. I know what an earthquake is like having owned the Servo. I wouldn't need that powerful in my family room. The HTS 12 would be great. The difference in power specifications is important. The description usually lists peak power, which is double what the RMS power is. The sub can put out power continuously. A brief burst of power is what the peak power is. The sub has a 200W rating but a 400W peak. I put the sub on an Auralex Gramma foam isolation pad to prevent room shaking from the laminate flooring. I have it at 80% volume and an 80HZ point. It wasn't long before I noticed my chair vibrating. This bass is powerful. Clean bass is the other thing to look for in a sub. A lot of subs can put out a lot of power. Loud is not good. You want the sub to disappear so that you don't even realize it's there. This sub does that well. It looks good. There is a huge port on the bottom. It's too powerful and I can't believe it's only 200W. I'm going to buy another and put them in my basement to replace my Paradigm. I don't need the floor to shake constantly so I'm going to put the 100W HTS10 in my family room. I was very happy with my purchase.
👤I'm a story teller and so I'm going to tell some of the issues and why this sub was kept. There is a Even though Amazon left it at the door for anyone to take it, I was very happy when I got the sub. I may have never gotten the sub if I came home early. After opening the sub, my expectation went up even higher. I had to make sure I had a place for it, so I cleaned out my closet. I was anticipating that this sub would have the punching power to give the lows and that I could create an enclosure like a closet to only hear the sound of resonance. I quickly learned that this isn't a sub that packs power. When I closed the closet door, I didn't hear the sub at all. After doing various tests, including listening to this sub, all other channels were unplugged. This is where I knew that the receiver wasn't powerful. I sat on my couch and prepared myself to repackage it and send it back. I read the instructions while getting the wrappers together. The instructions are written in different languages so they have a book feel to them. When I read through the instructions, I was surprised to see that it said that rap is the best test case for the sub as it has lows in most of it's music. They gave instructions on where to place the sub. I don't usually read instructions. I was wondering if I missed something after reading these. The speaker was placed in a section. I decided to listen to my old subs and this new one. I have two other Polk 505s. I was able to get two of those subs because I bought both of them on sale. The Polk 505s have limitations. The 505s try to amplify, but really they sound like paper flapping loudly. The HTS 12' doesn't amplify at close range, but it makes a sound at low frequencies. The words are close to each other. After listening to the Polk HTS further back, they sound good, not 400 dollars good. They sound good for the price. I was hesitant to keep them. I didn't get the amplification I was looking for. I made a final decision, I said I would follow the instructions and place the speaker next to the Front speakers. The Polk Audio Monitor 70 Series II Floorstanding Speaker was placed with the 3 other speakers. I played some of the music I used to play on my speakers. I will give you a quick list of those records. I quickly understood the purpose of this sub when I started listening to the music. The Polk HTS sub is all about place. The Polk HTS is a back up singer, meaning it can sound adequate by itself, but it really shapes the way bass lines are supposed to sound. The Polk HTS looks like it has a nipple like other subs, but it isn't using this new cone technology. The Polk HTS uses technology that makes it amplify at low frequencies about 4 to 6 feet in front of the sub. The target area of amplification is the center living room. The Polk HTS offers frequencies. The Polk HTS sub does not have a powerful bass line sound, but it does shape how the bass sound is. This is true when you pair the Polk 505s with me and I have 2 of them. There is a place behind my TV and a place next to my couch. You get those.2 frequencies and they sound great when adjusted. I used to like the songs that were missing. I have the HTS, which has alleviated these concerns. The Polk HTS is focused on bass quality and not shaking your home. I have both with the HTS and the 505s. I need to find a place to put it. It would only be an even number of subs if I bought it. I would only recommend this speaker if you understand the concept of placing this speaker next to your front speaker and it compliment subs that are already hard hitting. The Polk HTS has a warm sound. The bass line is shaped by the HTS. I advise users of HTS to keep their receiver at 80hz and to tune the speaker at the highest frequencies. I think the HTS goes up to 120hz, but you will get all the benefits of this receiver if you place it there. If you get the HTS, I will give you 2 or place it with others you already have. The sub lacks power. That's okay. You can squeeze the juice out of it if it's placed right.
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