Klipsch R-10SW

Klipsch R-10SW
Brand Klipsch Updated_at 2023-12-18 19:07:23 Amplification Type active Detachable Grilles true Nominal Output Power (RMS), W 150 Maximal Output Power (RMS), W 300
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Features 4.7
Performance & Sound Quality 4.7
Setup 4.9
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Our Verdict

Table Of Content

Overall

4.8

Features

4.7

Performance & Sound Quality

4.7

Setup

4.9

Overall

4.8

Rated 4.8 Out off 5.0*

Features

4.7

Rated 4.7 Out off 5.0*

R-10SW specs are designed specifically to achieve an ideal performance for 5.1 on Richter scale. It features an all-digital powerful 150-watt nominal power amplifier, with the maximum power of 300 watts that reproduces accurate and effective ample power that is noticeably well working while listening to music or watching movies. There are a low pass crossover feature and the possibility to adjust phase control, with the help of which I could easily control the level of the bass sounding. This is a great option because you can adjust the sounding depending on the room you're in to achieve maximum performance of the subwoofer.

Performance & Sound Quality

4.7

Rated 4.7 Out off 5.0*

Klipsch R-10SW settings pave the way for an outstanding deep bass performance and flexibility. The frequency response varies from 32 and up to 120 Hz and the crossover frequency level is 40-160 Hz. The installed 300-watt digital amplifier creates an impressive accuracy in sound reproduction. I have noticed that there's a better low-frequency response because of the rigid injection modeled woofer that is the highlight feature of this product. I haven’t heard any kinds of clipping or sound distortions while both listening to music and watching movies. Most importantly, there’s no annoying air rumbling out sound from the woofer. The features of R-10 SW combined make a fulfilling audio experience with a noticeable smooth blending of low-frequency tones while using different kinds of speakers.

Setup

4.9

Rated 4.9 Out off 5.0*

R-10SW setup is quite easy and simple; I didn't have any trouble assembling the item at all. There's a user manual included in the shipment package that includes detailed descriptions on how to use the item. While I was testing the device, I realized that it's very convenient and may be placed on different surfaces due to its user-friendly design. It easily fits on subwoofer stands and holds on rigidly, without any trembling. One of the largest disadvantages of this subwoofer is that it cannot be mounted on the ceiling, because it doesn’t include the rigging points. The item is corded and includes an AC adapter, but there’s also a wireless connectivity option which is a big plus. The line level and low-frequency effects inputs, as well as the bass reflex ported enclosure, are situated at the back of the device; there are no plugging options on the front.

Pros & Cons

Pros

  • Easy Setup
  • Versatile Connectivity
  • Wide Frequency Response

Cons

  • Power Consumption

Specification

Driver

Driver Placement

front panel

Driver Size, In

10

Driver Quantity

1

Port Placement

back side

Connections

Speaker Outputs (pair)

Bi-amp

XLR Outputs (pair)

XLR Inputs (pair)

RCA Outputs

RCA Stereo Line Level Inputs (pair)

1

RCA LFE Inputs

1

Speaker Inputs (pair)

Material

Colors

black

Woofer Composition

polymer

Body Material

MDF

Enclosure Type

vented

Power

Maximal Output Power (RMS), W

300

Nominal Output Power (RMS), W

150

Audio Amplifier Output Power, W

150

General

Detachable Grilles

Amplification Type

active

Controls

Main Power Switch

Low-pass Filter

Subwoofer Phase

Volume

Audio Performance

Crossover Frequency, Hz

40-160

Frequency Response, Hz

32-120

Impedance, Ohm

8

Sensitivity, DB

112

Dimensions

Weight, Kg/pounds

11.6/25.5

Dimensions (H X W X D), Cm/in

35.5 x 31.7 x 39.8/14 x 12.5 x 15.7