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Klipsch Reference R-10SW

Klipsch Reference R-10SW

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  • Woofer driver, size: 10 inch
  • Type of box body: Bass reflex
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2 months ago
Suitable for my requirements for a subwoofer. It is small but delivers more bass than I need in my apartment. My tip is that it works really well in an apartment, but if you have a villa, buy a larger subwoofer. + Small + Good bass sound + Good effect + Affordable - Does not deliver the cruelest bass sound

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4 months ago
very affordable subwoofer that surprises. when i tested it my wife was upstairs, she ran downstairs and tried to hit me in the face, it's that good.

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4 years ago*
I struck when the price was reduced to $ 2,490 and would say it is extremely affordable. Perhaps the most affordable subbena right now. I was worried that it would not be enough in my larger living room, but I think it does more than well. I bought this as a complement to my B & W 683's in movie shooting, but once I've gotten to the settings, it works really well to add some extra touch to the music as well. The bass might lack a bit of raunch in a real attack, but otherwise it will work well. There is of course better subbar on the market, but doubtful if there is anything better in this price range. It's really no lack of bass, my problem is that I had to screw down the base just a bit to balance myself with my more sluggish fronters. Now run a setup with the Yamaha RX-A1040, B & W 683 and this Klipsch R-10SW and are really pleased, especially considering the price.
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4 years ago*
good to film
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5 years ago*
Run in a 2.1 system for music and television, and it delivers very good for the price. Playing deep and it is proficient with pressure and it plays relatively clean and crisply. Maxes never when it gets very loud. Even at low volumes (and correct frequencies) can begin to rattle the windows and furnishings. When I bought this became a great boost to my 2.0 system. Do not understand how I could run without sub in hindsight. Both the film and the music is so much funnier / better. It's just to enjoy and appreciate. To minus hear it is right ugly and big and clumsy. It is also difficult to place. I have it in front of the frontal area (bookshelf speaker), I place it somewhere else, it will be strange sound. With hindsight, I gladly bought a smaller (and better looking) but with the sound, I am satisfied.
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