Relish the immersive audio experience created by this Klipsch Reference II subwoofer. The spun-copper injection-molded-graphite subwoofer and built-in digital amplifier provide high-volume bass free of distortion, while its 29 to 120Hz frequency response lets you enjoy an extensive range of sound. The 12-inch height and brushed polymer-veneer finish on this 400W Klipsch Reference II subwoofer enhance the look of your entertainment setup.
12" active subwoofer
Delivers authoritative bass for high-impact home theater audio.
Integrated Class D amplifier
Supplies 200W RMS power for high volume levels and minimal distortion.
Lets you match the subwoofer's output to the rest of your sound system.
Phase and frequency controls
Enable customizable setup.
MDF bass-reflex enclosure
Promotes optimal performance.
29-120Hz frequency response
Delivers booming lows for an immersive soundscape.
Klipsch Reference Series 12" 400W Powered Subwoofer
A:AnswerAmplifier wattage ratings are typically expressed in RMS (continuous) and peak (momentary) nomenclature. In this case, the amplifier is capable of delivering 200 watts continuously and 400 watts for an instant, such as when program material requires a very high output level to be reached - think explosion or a super low frequency bass cello note.
A:AnswerTHEY ARE THE SAME. They just made them look a whole lot better. Look at specs carefully and see for your self. Delivers 400W peak power (200W continuous) for robust audio. and has nothing to do with louder. They are both 116db
A:AnswerThe WA-2 transmitter is specifically set up for Klipsh subwoofers with a WA port. Unfortunately this particular model does not have one. I just checked. There are, however, a few products out there that are universal. Google wireless subwoofer kit and several options will pop up. The Dynasty ProAudio WSA-5TR 5.8G Wireless Audio Transmitter/Receiver Adaptor for Powered Subwoofer and Active Speakers appears to be a good altenative.
A:AnswerI have the 12” front firing klipsch sub I use it on my outside deck it sounds great. The trick is to put the porthole about 4 inches away from a wall or a solid background the base reflects off that and it sounds great they do sound better inside the home but it definitely works on the deck