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    I plugged in my iPhone to this and I played music and you can only hear bass no vocals and I messed with the things in the back and I still can't hear vocals could it be the cable? Or what is it   (5 Answers)

    By Josh July 18, 2016.

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      You are a stupid fvcker and should not be allowed to purchase stereo equipment or procreate.

      By SteveMartin July 13, 2017.

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      Connecting the sub   (10 Answers)

      My receiver has a single RCA sub pre out. This sub has left and right ins. What's the best way to connect to my receiver?

      By BDub719 November 27, 2015.

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        You can use L/R connections on very high end receivers but for a normal hookup you can use the single "L/LFE" line in hooked to the sub output on receiver.

        By Mountaineer December 28, 2015.

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        paring system   (6 Answers)

        I have some RF52 front speakers, a RC52 Center speaker and RS42 surround speakers with a sony STR HD550 reciver how will the R10SW pare with my system?

        By TWHalfpap November 16, 2015.

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          There should be a sub out on the receiver, assuming you have a 5.1 system or higher. The number on the left is the amount of speakers you can run. (1)Left(2)Right(3)Center(4)Surroundleft(5)Surroundright. And the number on the right of 5.1 would be for the amount of sub-woofers/subs you could run.

          By Will May 20, 2016.

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          Are all Klipsch Reference speakers 50% off on black Friday?   (3 Answers)

          The add says all Klipsch Reference speakers are 50% off on black Friday, but only shows the 10" subwoofer, will the 12" subwoofer also be 50% off? Iam currently seeking to buy one but will hold off if it will be 50% off on black Friday

          By Anonymous November 11, 2015.

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            It is only the 10" that is 50% off on black friday. When you view the black friday ad it specifically shows just the 10" subwoofer. For the value you are getting, I would buy the 10" at 50% on black friday and forego the 12" You will still get a great thump out of this unit and save alot of money in the meantime!!! Rock on!!

            By HotnaliveinPaHoeNix November 24, 2015.

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            set up recommendations for Klipsch R 10   (5 Answers)

            Just purchased this subwoofer for my 5.1 setup. I have a denon receiver 1911 and two boston acoustics tower speakers and center channel speaker with two small bookshelves speakers. I am wondering what settings people are using for the gain, low pass setting and phase settings. I have my tower speakers set at 80Hz. The instructions are not that clear to me as to the best way to set this up other than trial and error.

            By Anonymous December 26, 2015.

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              I think it should be a matter of preference Annonymous. The question you shld address is, do your towers to provide nice enough sounding bass reproduction for you? If so, I think 80Hz is a good balance. However, if you want to really enjoy the great sound of your new Klipsch sub (as I do) I would recommend setting a little higher. Others may disagree completely but, in the end it's "your" theater system and I think however it sounds best to YOU is ultimately what counts.

              By Grail666 December 29, 2015.

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              Klipsch - Reference 10" 300W Powered Subwoofer   (9 Answers)

              Currently have 2 Klipsch F-20 Floor-standing speakers with Klipsch C-20 Center speaker connected to a Denon AVR-X1100W. My question is if i buy the Klipsch - Reference 10" 300W Powered Subwoofer, would it be too much power (watts) for my receiver to handle? Or vice-versa. Thanks in advance since im not that familiar with Electric connections.

              By Barry November 13, 2015.

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                The sub is self-powered with a built-in amp, so as long as you connect it to a 'passive/non-powered subwoofer output' on your receiver, you should be good. But always look at the user manual of your receiver for specific instructions.

                By OCdrumguy August 12, 2016.

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                How much electricity does this 10" subwoofer consume ?   (4 Answers)

                By goodspeaker May 16, 2015.

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                  I would use the rms not the peak. If John uses a window fan (200 watts) 4 hours a day for 120 days per year, how much does it cost him to run his fan per year? 200 X 4 X 120 = 96 kWh 1000 96 kWh X 8.9 Cents/kWh = $8.16 per year

                  By mrtecno May 29, 2015.

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                  Is this sub made in China?   (3 Answers)

                  By Aight January 18, 2017.

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                    They are manufactured in Hope, Arkansas. USA

                    By Jerame February 5, 2017.

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                  Do the Klipsch subs come with a front grille, none are shown in any pics   (5 Answers)

                  By john171 October 13, 2016.

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                    Yes. It looks great either way.

                    By Rayzer November 4, 2016.

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                  Screw-in feet?   (7 Answers)

                  Do the feet on this sub unscrew in order to add isolation pads?

                  By Anonymous December 4, 2015.

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                    Yes. Single large screw (actually a bolt) in the center of each foot. I removed the feet, and used longer bolts to attach wood strips, one across the two front holes and one across the two back holes. I then attached good quality castors. This increased floor clearance, and the unit is much easier to move around now.

                    By JDee January 6, 2016.

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