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
The Klipsch R-10SW vs Dayton Audio SUB-1200 power comparison shows that the first model has much better features. The R-10SW proposes a high nominal output power (150W versus Klipsch’s 120W) and the awe-inspiring maximal output power rate (300W vs 120W).
The Dayton Audio SUB-1200 vs Klipsch R-10SW audio review is the best way to hear the different loudness and sound clarity of these devices. The second unit has much better sound quality thanks to the higher sensitivity (just compare the 112 dB with 85 dB), but the first one produces better loudness that can shake the house. The R-10SW also can boast with deep tight bass, while the SUB-1200 surprises with very soft high sound. The Klipsch also is a great choice for movies watching because it can present the whole sound effects variety and the Dayton is regarded as a more musical/versatile subwoofer for listening to the songs.
Despite the classic design, the Klipsch’s corners appeared to be very poorly painted and the overall finish is not really nice. Unpainted edges are notable, but the assembly quality is rather good because, notwithstanding the great load on the corps, it demonstrates excellent endurance. The Dayton Audio has an amazing visual appearance without painting problems, but the build quality is quite low due to the unpleasant smell of plastic that appears after a short testing usage.
The Klipsch R-10SW is better subwoofer in this comparison. Check Klipsch R-10SW price