Apr 15, 2019
The model has first been released in 2014 and has been extremely popular ever since. The price point remains stably high. Klipsch R-115SW will cost you around $900 regular retail price. You might thi...Read More
Two well-known subwoofer models noteworthy for people eager to find the best sounding device. When we talking about R-115SW versus R-112SW, for sure the second one doesn't reach as deep into the bass as the first sub, which is the point of having it. It is spotless all the way down and quite remarkable for the price. Of course, there may be a cost reason, but I would recommend to spend an extra $200 for clean sound rather than buying a cheaper version of Klipsch.
But if the price is in the first place for you, R-112SW is also a great choice. Compare it with other flagmen, and you'll see it well worth it. Let’s see other aspects in Klipsch R-112SW vs Klipsch R-115SW rival.
Whether you are going to use R-115SW in 20' X 30' room with 11' vaulted ceilings it can fill the entire room with a very strong base. Any room with a similar or larger size should do fine. But this can't be said about R-112SW. When testing it in a similar room, you’ll probably won’t notice even nearly such an effect of shaking walls. Still, there is a massive difference in sound and feel. This one blends in perfectly. It adds in the thumping and room shaking without sounding too boomy for the lack of a better word. It reaches down pretty low. It doesn't hit as hard as a good 15" of course. At the same time, though I don't feel the need to constantly adjust it when you change the type of audio your playing.
The only issue you may run into is the size factor of Klipsch R-115SW - this subwoofer is ridiculously huge! Looking at the R-112SW size compared to his bigger brother, I could give a vote to a smaller one. When we talk about subwoofers, there is no replacement for displacement - bigger is usually better.
The Klipsch R-115SW is better subwoofer in this comparison. Check Klipsch R-115SW price