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
Klipsch R-10SW vs Polk Audio PSW505 review is the comparison of two subwoofers with different power and impedance: 8 (R-10SW) and 4 (PSW505). Also, subwoofers operate at different frequencies of 32-120Hz vs 25-160 Hz respectively.
The Polk Audio PSW505 has a 12-inch driver with a cellulose diffuser coated with a polymer layer, a flat central dustproof insert, and a wide polymer suspension. The driver reaches the depth range of 20Hz. Low frequencies are saturated.
The Klipsch R-10SW subwoofer has only an amplifier with a 150W nominal bass output power versus 250W of power in PSW505. The driver of this subwoofer is 10-inches with a cast graphite diffuser and copper coating. With a maximum sound pressure of 112 dB, the loudspeaker provides dense reproduction, and the rear phase inverter contributes to deep bass sound.
The Polk Audio PSW505 chassis is made from 0.7-inch MDF, but the front panel thickness reaches 0.98 inches to reduce vibrations. The walls have an oak finish. On the lower part of the rear panel, there is an inverter port. On the rear panel, there are 2-line inputs plus the LFE input for a special signal from the AV receiver. The case has metal legs.
R-10SW has a square case made of MDF with the dark oak coating. On the back wall, there is a phase-inventory port and ports required for connection. Its Line / LFE inputs are compatible with most receivers. In my Polk Audio PSW505 vs Klipsch R-10SW review, I want to highlight that, if we compare R-10SW with Polk Audio, you can see that it has thicker legs.
The Klipsch R-10SW is better subwoofer in this comparison. Check Klipsch R-10SW price