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Rating 4.9 out of 5 stars with 71 reviews

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Add feeling to your movies and music

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    CraigB
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    Pros Tight bass control, very precise 122db max at 18Hz Clutter free box means a clean look in your room Copper colored driver can add some style to your room if you leave the cover off Forward firing bass slot allows you to push it almost all the way to the wall Integrated rubber feet keep it security on hard floors MDF construction prevents unwanted sounds produced by cabinet Cons Limited built-in controls Size can limit placement Heavy Usually when you hear Klipsch, you think of high-end consumer and possibly audiophile quality equipment. However, subwoofers are one area where Klipsch has been hit or miss in its product offering. The R-115SW sounds good on paper but the real question is how it performs in the real world. From the moment you try to move the box you will notice this subwoofer wants to be taken seriously. Although considered light by some for a 15-inch subwoofer, it still weighs in a 74 pounds and can take up a fair bit of real estate in most rooms. The design is very understated with the grill installed. It just looks like a big black box with a barely noticeable slot on the bottom with a brushed black-polymer veneer. That front slot comes in handy as it allows you to install this giant box nearly all the way against the wall with no negative effects. Take off the front cover and you are presented with a copper colored driver allowing you to show off your new addition. On the box you have a toggle for power mode including on, auto, and standby. Also included are a low-pass dial, gain, R & L/FE plugs, phase toggle, and a plug for Klipsch’s WA-2 wireless kit. Beyond that, there is a discreet LED status lights at the top left on the front of the enclosure and no other adjustments. It’s a clean look but a departure from previous Reference series subs which had an LED display and adjustments. The R-115SW is more designed to be managed by your AVR than directly. Although audiophiles know why you need a subwoofer so big, or even bigger, the average consumer might ask why would I ever need something so big? The simple answer is immersion. The size isn’t about maximum volume but accurate representation of the movie or music. The lowest rated frequency is 18Hz at 122db. This equates not to sounds you hear but rather sounds you feel. In action movies it means sounds of crashes and explosions make the floor shake you feel pressure as if you were there. During several movies with low background sounds it was able to pressurize a 34’x20’ room and give the sense you were there. Back in the audible range, the R-115SW can faithfully reproduce more of the nuances of bass instruments in live music. The output is very clean with no detectable distortion. With the right source music, you can close your eyes and it isn’t hard to imagine you are sitting a live performance. Smaller subs, and even some 15-inch subs, would struggle to produce such nuanced sound so faithfully. With the MDF enclosure, front firing bass reflex slot, and rubberized feet there is no hint of rattles or vibration. It’s very hard to go into much depth without professional testing equipment, but if you get a chance to listen to the R-115SW in person you can appreciate how well it is designed and built. Professional review sites have done all the tests to measure it and show Klipsch did a excellent job on this one. If there was any real gripe to lodge against this sub, it would be that it hasn’t been updated with a Piano Black finish option like the Reference Premier line. When you factor the cost, particularly when it goes on sale, it becomes a compelling option to add to your home theater setup.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Roaring Klipsch Bass!!

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    Dragonhunter281
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    When it comes to choosing a complimentary piece of any home theater system, the subwoofer is a critical piece that has great influence on the overall sound of the whole system. Therefore, choosing the right one is imperative. At the top of the Klipsch line, sits the behemoth R-115SW Subwoofer that is designed for those who want nothing but the best possible sound experience for their home theater. I can safely say the R-115SW exceeds expectations with an earth shattering stomp, despite the price that will no doubt be difficult for some to swallow. Nonetheless, the R-115SW is prepared to be the last subwoofer you may ever need to buy, so naturally I was excited to give it a couple of test scenarios to see how it performs. From the minute you first lay eyes on the box, it is clear that the R-115SW is an absolute monster! Upon inspecting the box, I was quite relived to see that it was packaged very well. There were three pieces of cardboard for corner support as well as Styrofoam on top. On top of that, the front grill cover was packaged in a separate box. Due to its size, I strongly recommend for someone to help you carry the box as well as help with the removal of the R-115SW. I found it easiest to turn it on its side and have someone help you wiggle it out of the box, though be sure to watch the switches on the back of the subwoofer! With a depth 22.3 inches and a height of 21.5, it is one massive piece of equipment! Once removed, the R-115SW sits covered in plastic and is ready to shake some floors! Physically, the R-115SW is the biggest subwoofer I have seen personally. Clocking in at 75 pounds, it is extremely heavy and sturdy. The built quality is phenomenal. The outside finish was also of high quality as well. The black brushed veneer finish had as slight buffed pattern etched into its surface, yet was quite smooth to touch. On the front, you will notice the holes where the front grill snaps in as well as an LED light for power. Turning to the back of the unit, you will note several connections. The first is a pair of RCA connections, with the left plug labeled LFE for those who have a dedicated subwoofer pre-out jack on the back of their receiver. Next, you will notice two knobs: a crossover knob and one for gain (volume). Furthermore, there is an on and off switch as well as a phase switch. Lastly, there is a WA-2 port which will allow you to operate the subwoofer wirelessly should you decided on the optional Klipsch Wireless Kit (not included). Once setup was completed, I wanted to see how the R-115SW responded to both music and movies. For my tests, I will be using a Pioneer Elite VSX-LX303 receiver for my tests with the Pure Direct mode enabled. This will prevent any additional processing to the audio signal. In addition, the R-115SW is connected via an Irish Red Subwoofer Cable from Audioquest. Crossover frequency was set to 50Hz, per recommendation from the Klipsch manual where it states for larger floor standings speakers should be set to 50-90Hz. Naturally, how your receiver implements this setting will differ and I strongly recommend you tinker with different settings as you may find one better that would suit your preference. On the VSX-LX303 receiver, crossover frequency could only be set if I changed the front speaker type to small. In addition, the placement of the subwoofer also has drastic affect on the perception of the sound. My test will be somewhat of a worst case scenario in that I had it between two recliners about 2 feet away from the back wall (12ft x 12ft room). I strongly recommend that you try several different placement points in your room to enhance the sound to your liking. As for performance goes, the first immediate difference was you could instantly feel the sound at your feet. The R-115SW grumbles and takes its sheer aggression out on your room! For me personally, I have only had experience with an older Pioneer subwoofer; the R-115SW is a night and day difference. As a music enthusiast, I tested the lossless playback of several different genres. The biggest difference I could hear came from Rap and Trance/Dance oriented tracks, as well as those that relied on prolonged loud low frequencies. The bass was extremely tight and organic; there are periods where depending on where you sit, the pressure in your ear changes. It is truly life altering bass! There was also no indication that the R-115SW struggled in any form, such as buzzing or weakness in the sound. Switching to rock music, I could definitely tell it was still enhancing the sound; there was a certain enhancement effect that once you flipped the subwoofer off, you immediately noticed something was missing. To me, that was definitely a highlight of the experience. For more ambient or instrumental tracks, where bass beats are delegated to a couple of seconds as opposed to a consistent prolonged nature, the R-115SW did a fabulous job, with a strong "oomph" and then it would ease up until the next subsequent beat. Furthermore, when the R-115SW was in between beats, I could still feel vibrations once I placed my hands on either side. The low frequency reproduction is absolutely ridiculous! The bass was an absolute revelation to experience and I have no doubt everyone will be extremely pleased with its performance. As for movies, I decided to fire up some of my favorite action sequences and instantly the R-115SW let you know it was there. In The Patriot (2000), the battle sequences were especially powerful when the you would hear the drums of soldiers as they approached. You would feel the R-115SW thump to the beats as the impending battle begin; once the cannon was lit, my whole room went with it! It was the best bass that I have personally heard. It was loud and exciting, and yet at the same time I was afraid neighbors would hear it! In addition to the battle sequences, the R115SW also enhanced some of the ambient bass sounds that I did not notice before; in particular, in the woods you will notice several rumbles that were not tied to any explosion or musket shot. It really felt like a brand new movie! Moving on, I also listened to Gladiator (2000), and the results were just as expected. The opening battle sequences were immensely loud; bass would rumble and shake as the impending battle grew. The R-115SW instantly picked up on the horse gallops and shook the room accordingly. In the arena, the subwoofer flexed its muscles as the chariots rumbled and roared on screen. Much like the previous movie, I heard quite a few instances where there would be loud periods of ambient bass that I never knew existed. Overall, I believe the R-115SW might be the last subwoofer you ever need. Thus, most should be extremely happy with the results. In conclusion, the R-115SW represents the highest tier of Klipsch subwoofers designed for those who desire nothing but the best. However, it comes at a price that most would find difficult to part with. Nonetheless, the R-115SW was built to last, showcasing top notch craftsmanship and design. Physically, it is large and obtrusive in weight, yet earth shattering in all its glory! Music and movies scream and roar like they never did before, adding new life and dimension to all of your favorites. Bass was crisp, smooth, and natural and never once did it seem stressed. In the end, the R-115SW is an exceptional subwoofer, one that will provide that missing component to any audiophile's home theater. This beast cannot be tamed, should you decide on one! The R-115SW comes highly recommended.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    All other subwoofers are toys compared to this...

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    DickieUK
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    In my previous 5:1:2 setup, I had what I thought was a reasonable quality sub. That was until I heard the Klipsch. First of all , lets be clear. This thing is big. Not massive or dominating, but big. You have to have an idea where to put this before you take it out of the box (which will likely take you 2 people btw). It has a nice vented base , so there's no need for additional under-sub mats to absorb the sound - and when you hear it, you wouldnt want to miss a single beat. As with every sub setup, getting the levels right is a matter of personal taste and environment. Pick some content you are familiar with (I used Star Trek Beyond) and then enjoy the floor show. If its in the corner of a room, you'll likely need lower levels - but the R-115SW has a nifty switch on the back to help you quickly adjust the levels to the appropriate room size (mine is on the lowest setting - I imagine the highest level would work for a stadium!) Its very difficult to get over-enthusiastic about sub-woofers generally, but this Klipsch changed my opinion. If you are looking for a premium sub for your setup, you cant go wrong with the 115SW. The copper cones are striking, but also likely to be a magnet for any curious child - thankfully a more subtle black mesh grill cover is included if you want to make it literally part of the furniture. I received this product for evaluation at no charge, but the opinions expressed here are my own based on the setup and operation in my personal environment.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Exceeds my expectations

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    Eman

    I Have own several klipsch subs. Sub-10, Sub-12, XW300D, SW-112.....All of those subs were good to me. I loved the output of the Sub-12, the articulate bass of the SW-112, and the was the XW300D, was able to dig extremely Deep with just a 8" sealed sub. I have been wanted to purchase the R115-SW, however I was waiting on a slight sale around the holidays. Supply was low and I was able to obtain one for about 180 bucks off MRSP. OMG, is all I could say. This subs has all the positives from my prior subs, none of the negatives. It is large, but on purpose. The sheer, output alone, and I haven't and never will need to turn it up pass the half way mark on the gain controller. Frequencies in the mid to low 20s where the other subs attempted to reproduce this sub laughs and asks for more. Articulate/Accurate/beautiful/Large/LOUD. Pairs extremely well with the RF-82ii's. This one is a keeper, and I do not feel like I overpaid for a sub. Extremely happy im sure other owners are as well. Kudos Klipsch, on this one. One recommendations is to hold UPS accountable for shipping this heavy beast. The box that it came in was tattered, and had many holes, and the Styrofoam was severely damaged, luckily the sub didn't have any scratches dents or dings.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Booooooooooooy!!!! Let me tell you...

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    Born2xceler8
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    When they say this has heart pounding bass, they werent lying. The reciever you hook up to such a woofer isn't relevant since its self powered. This sub hits some low frequencies. Its only rated for 400watts sustained, but my goodness..... To be totally honest, I have the Klipsch 112sw subwoofer that I use with this 15" and it puts out as much house shaking, heavy.... clean.....bass as this 15" under normal use. The db on the low side between the two is like 29hz (112sw) vs 18hz (115sw) which is a big difference on paper, but I don't really get to use the difference. Anyways this thing legit will have your neighbors RIP'ing their wall fixtures and any peace and quiet (if this is an issue for you). Bass comes out very clean and very powerful. I usually run these speakers maxed out on the LPF and control them manually with the reciever which i usually set the power for these in the negatives because of the power out put it puts out. To be honest, this is too much subwoofer if you have connected neighbors. You would never get to enjoy the sound this puts out if you can't stretch it legs and it needs little effort to stretch it legs. In fact.....I think the 112sw is even too much if you have attached neighbors. Maybe the 12sw is good enough or even the 10sw If you have attached neighbors. Either way I still recommend this particular woofer (ONLY if you have the capacity to stretch it legs) otherwise, you will never use half its sound potential and will just end up being a visual trophy used for show. P.S. mine is usually unplugged because its virtually an overkill when paired with my 112sw. I'm a blue ray/4k movie watcher which i think this sub is very good for at supporting sound for this style of audio.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    The Last Subwoofer You'll Need

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    Leonardo
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    When Klipsch says the R-115SW would wake your neighbors, they were not kidding. This thing packs a serious punch if you're not prepared for it. Any song with sufficient bass would shake the entire room without even needing to turn up the volume that much. Initial setup for this subwoofer is pretty simple. You can either plug in a LFE cable to the right analog, or use a L/R analog. The configurations are as simple as they get, with only a phase, gain, and crossover knobs. Because of how large this sub is and depending on your use, you don't really have to crank the bass up. Even at -4.0db in my receiver settings, movies were rumbling and shaking the room without a problem. This subwoofer really compliments my home theater setup because of how controlled the base is. My previous 10" subwoofer would overpower my speakers sometimes because I had to up the volume on it inorder to get that theater feel. This, however, just does it like it's a walk in the park. The only compromise you'll get from owning this is space since the subwoofer itself is HUGE. You don't really notice it in a big room, but in a small theater room, it really sticks out. Overall, I am extremely satisfied with the Klipsch R-115SW. It solved all my previous problems with a weak bass and more. I now go into every movie looking forward to the action scenes where I feel the rumbles in my seat. If you're looking for the next upgrade to your subwoofer, then this may be the thing you're missing.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    WOW!! Best Sub Ever!

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    Bootleg89
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    Within the past year I have upgraded from a 10" sub, to a 12" sub and now to this 15" sub. I know that bigger is better but that doesn't even begin to describe this sub. It has booming bass but is also crystal clear and just muddy bass. First things first...this sub is huge! It is a very large cabinet and it is very heavy. I hooked it up to my receiver with no issues. I am using the Klipsch wireless sub woofer kit. This works flawlessly functionality wise. I also noticed that the clarity of the bass is different than that of any other I have ever had. I used to have Polk subs but this Klipsch blows them away in every possible way. The lows in my movies is where this sub really shines. The bass makes you feel like you are at the movies, not like my old woofer that just "pounded". This has so many different levels of bass it is just a totally different experience. This sub will change your entire home theater experience for the better. I cannot recommend this enough. Spend the money, it is worth every penny!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Earth shaking bass!

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    NoNameNick
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    This sub is huge! Be sure you have the space for it! I have this sub connected to a Pioneer Elite VSX-LX303 receiver, and paired with Klipsch RA8000F towers, RA600M surrounds, RP404C center and RP500SA Atmos speakers. I’ve spent several hours listening to a wide variety of music from a variety of sources as well as several movie soundtracks. The best word to describe this subwoofer is accurate. It provides tight, controlled bass when that is what the recording offers, but it is equally at home reproducing the deep, rumbling bass found in some Rap tracks, as well as the low sustained bass of a pipe organ in classical material. For movies, explosions are felt, as much as they are heard. I also love the arrival of the train in Polar Express, as it is incredible with a good sub. With this sub, it sounds and feels like a steam locomotive is in my living room. The finish of the unit is excellent as well. It is a durable matte black vinyl that should prove as tough as it is good looking. The bottom line, if you like deep, powerful, accurate bass, you can’t go wrong with this sub.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Can’t be beat!!

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    Arketect
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    So... I read reviews of this and SVS and watch every YouTube video... I chose to purchase this to compliment my Klipsch floor, surround, and Atmos speakers. I don’t normally write reviews, but I just had to regarding this sub! I replaced a Klipsch 10” sub because my room was too big and the volume of the sub just could not keep up with the floor speakers alone! Bit the bullet! Best decision I’ve made in a long time. This beast shakes, rattles and rolls. Music and movies never sounded better. The lows are remarkable and the amount of “feel” this provides is amazing. Only had this a few days and never once had the gain past 1/2 and it begs to be pushed! You will not be disappointed!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Gesh this thing thumps.

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    Dickotine
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    Well this thing moves enough (well.....more then enough air) to shake up a room. This is definitely not a subwoofer for someone with a small room. It would overwhelm your room soo easily! My living room has a 18ft ceiling and the living room itself is about 1000sq ft and this subwoofer doesn't get put past a third up. It has plenty plenty of power. I use my system for high quality movie watching so I have this paired with a 112SW sub and 7 other klipsch speakers ranging from 4 tower speakers, two bookshelf speakers and a nice center speaker. There is soo much sound that comes out of them all. But this subwoofer in particular is only recommended for large livingrooms. Even the 112sw sub is powerful enough for my 1000sqft living room where it will shake my recliner while watching a movie with the gain up halfway.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Hard hitting lows and amazing sound!

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    MusicLover
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    Decided that my Bowers & Wilkins towers needed some help reproducing those lows...and decided to get something that could blow out the windows at home! I have been looking at a ton of different subwoofer options, and really wanted something that would be similar to what a lot of us experience in the car audio competition world. This is the first home theater sub that I have ever had that can make my shirt move when the lows hit! Seriously...you can feel this thing when it hits! So far, everything sounds amazing on this sub! The frequency response is amazing getting down below 20hz and sounding absolutely outstanding while doing so! 400 watts seems like a small number...don't let it fool you! If you want to feel the lows and feel the bass hit you in the chest on the hard-hitting bass...this is your sub!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Phenomenal sound!

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    Boogie2525
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    I've never heard of this company up until this point, but oh my God! The bass in the speakers are Head Over Heels better than any bass box I've ever owned including the ones I used to have in my car as a young teenager. As I had to wait to have them professionally installed they are incredible. I went outside my house to see how they sounded and I walked up the street a little bit and I still hurt them. So if you live in the neighborhood similar to mine where all the houses are very close, you may want to be careful with how loud you turn your volume up. The Klipsch is my new brand and I would definitely recommend these speakers for any surround sound system that you have in your home!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Impactful, precise sound

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    liko
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    I'm not used to "reference" speakers of any variety, but this subwoofer is unbelievable. When explosions occur in Blu-ray movies, I hear and slightly feel them. However, there's no rattle of the housing, and no other appreciable sound. I just love how "precise" it sounds. I've even listened to a Dolby Atmos music Blu-ray, and the bass drum beats and some low notes on the bass guitar are very, very crisp. The housing is very clean, and the woofer itself is a beautiful gold color. I almost want to leave the grill off. It seems to be of the highest quality.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Be prepared!

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    Hellraiser79
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    This thing hits so hard my neighbor could hear it across the street. Thats not easy considering they{ yes I bought two} are in the basement. My house is also all brick. They are massive, with your normal controls. Gain, phase, power, ect.... If your serious about your sound this is the subwoofer for you. I had two Klipsch 10's before this and it's night and day. Dont make the same mistake I did and use a microphone to setup your surround. If you do that it will set the subwoofer to -12 so you can bearly hear it. I could'nt be happier with these and promise you wont be either.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Impressive Power displacement

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    Gabo
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    Had a few woofers but this one is definitely a Tier-1! Have a 5.1 system with Yamaha 750watt receiver, double tweeter ceiling speakers for high clarity and the 400watt klipsch woofer. This woofer has output, puts vibration in the air, it rumbles, it kicks with rock and roll and movies, it wont distort with high-frequency delivery! When you feel the power displacement you’ll see where all that money went! No regrets!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Powerful

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    EXWOLF
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    This subwoofer literally shakes my entire house! It's insane and you can turn it down which is good if you would rather not feel like you're experiencing an earthquake. I fell in love with it. It's really big and compatible for wireless connectivity which I do have installed. It's simple to set up with a receiver and you will not be dissapointed with the quality of sound. No distortion whatsoever even at high volumes. I love it and definitely worth looking into it if you're interested in adding to your home theater set up.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Nice Deep Base For The Money

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    Michael
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    I love my Klipsch speakers and have always had great results with Klipsch. I bought (2) of these bad boys for my 7.1 setup and they hit so freaking hard. And look at them! They are so sexy with those copper finished woofers. Are there better subs out there? Yeah, but for the money you really can't go wrong. If money were no object I'd buy the SVS PB16-ULTRA, but I don't have 2,500 bucks to blow on (1) single sub

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Just get it

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    rgs825
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    First off. This thing is massive in size and sound. Works great with the wireless (I use the Rocketfish wireless sub adapter). Ran the Audeyssey setup on my Denon and, after some minor setting tweaks, this thing kicks. Had to buy some adhesive felt circles to put behind anything hanging on the walls to prevent them from rattling. Very nice sound and blends well with my Klipsch Reference speakers.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Awesome Sub with some real power

    Posted
    Psjjw77

    This klipsch subwoofer sounds great,and produces tremors all throughout the house. Before I ran calibration set-up, I set sub gain to halfway mark, and receiver still added 7db of gain to it. Which was extremely loud. So I got out spl meter and set it at 80db slow C. And still turned the gain back to 25% of full gain, it has that much output. And it still vibrates the full house. Will be gettin 2nd sub soon. I've watched unstoppable and it sounded great, C.O.D WW2 sounds like your in the middle of a war.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Big and powerful

    Posted
    fanofmovie
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    This subwoofer provides plenty of bass for music and movies. It gets down low enough to send vibrations through the couch. The sub is also accurate and precise without the muddy or boomy booms that some subs produce. However the sub is very large and heavy. Due to the large size the sub is extremely hard to move by yourself. This thing is pushing 90lbs. Make sure you have enough room for the sub because it looks like a mini fridge, but its frickin awesome.

    I would recommend this to a friend