Aug 29, 2018
Recently I had the opportunity to test a great subwoofer so I decided to write a Klipsch R-10SW review. This device is a high output powered subwoofer with an efficiently working powerful amplifier. ...Read More
With the frequency range between 50 and 250 and high sensitivity, Monoprice 9723 wins over when it comes to savoring all the nuances of the instrumental music. Its 12-inch driver emits powerful and detailed sound. It performs very clean, the bass is ample and solid, yet not reaching a wall-shaking thump. For the advantages of Monoprice 9723 vs Klipsch R-10SW, the latter has wider crossover range and impressive 300W peak output delivering the confident rich sound even at the lowest volume. The performance is accurate throughout the most variable music composition, fitting perfectly any movie-watching.
For the negatives, in the opposition of Klipsch R-10SW vs Monoprice 9723, the latter doesn’t perform well when being connected through the line level input. It requires additional equalization, as the gain is too low. Due to that, there is no earthquake effect that can be received from more powerful subs. With the Klipsch R-10SW, it might turn to boomy and feature some rate at the frequency below 30Hz.
The difference in the driver size of these two subs works contrary to expectations. While Klipsch R-10SW is less, it provides more accentuated bass and greater thump. To compare, the Monoprice model has a larger audible range and produces cleaner audio within the whole frequency spectrum. It has 5 connection ports versus 2 in Klipsch, which is perfect for integration to the full set not powered by AV-receiver. In the meantime, Klipsch’ connections are click-fit ones enabling fast and simple plugging in.
The Monoprice 9723 is bigger and much heavier than Klipsch R-10SW. Besides, it has a curved shape, which reduces the options for its landing. Klipsch R-10SW has a simple square design, a bit enlightened by the peculiar copper woofer. It has standard square legs against Monoprice’ triangle ones. Both, however, ensure good stability of the subwoofer.
The Klipsch R-10SW is better subwoofer in this comparison. Check Klipsch R-10SW price