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NewEgg Klipsch K100-SW10 Reference Series 10-Inch Subwoofer $147.99

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Normally $249.99 at NewEgg. Sale last for 7 days(Mon)

Model
Brand
Klipsch
Model
k100-sw
Details
Type
Subwoofer
Sold As
Single
Driver Units
10" (25.4cm) poly-fiber front-firing woofer
Power Rating
Amplifier power: 100W / 250W
Frequency Response
32Hz-120Hz+/-3dB
Power Supply
110/120 VAC / 60Hz
Features
Features
Poly-fiber woofer
Poly-fiber woofers are exceptionally light while being extremely rigid-providing remarkable low frequency response, with minimal cone breakup and distortion.

All-digital amplifier
The built-in all-digital amplifier delivers ample power with high efficiency and true-to-source accuracy in reproduction.

Front-firing driver
The high performance driver provides deep bass and placement flexibility.

Low pass crossover and phase control
Allows you to blend the subwoofer's low-frequency tones with other Klipsch speakers as well as establish the ideal level of bass.

Line/IFE inputs
Ensures compatibility with old and new receivers.

MDF cabinets with brushed polymer veneer finish
Contemporary aesthetic with absolute durability that results in a seamless integration into any décor.

Front-mounted LED power indicator
Let's you know when the system is on or off.

Strong, flexible, removable grille
Adds a rich, refined look that is acoustically transparent.
Dimensions & Weight
Dimensions & Weight
Dimensions: 14.00" x 12.50" x 15.70"
Weight: 25.50 lbs.

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...-_-Product
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Normally $249.99 at NewEgg. Sale last for 7 days(Mon)

Utterly crap sub at original $249- still fairly crap at $148



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10" (25.4cm) poly-fiber front-firing woofer
Power Rating
Amplifier power: 100W / 250W

Frequency Response
32Hz-120Hz+/-3dB

Or you can buy this:

https://www.parts-express.com/day...r--300-629

More continuous power, better frequency response, larger driver, much longer warranty, AND cheaper using one of the various PE coupons floating around. (cheaper still when it's on sale)
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Utterly crap sub at original $249- still fairly crap at $148






Or you can buy this:

https://www.parts-express.com/day...r--300-629 [parts-express.com]

More continuous power, better frequency response, larger driver, much longer warranty, AND cheaper using one of the various PE coupons floating around. (cheaper still when it's on sale)
Quote from Knightshade
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Utterly crap sub at original $249- still fairly crap at $148






Or you can buy this:

https://www.parts-express.com/day...r--300-629 [parts-express.com]

More continuous power, better frequency response, larger driver, much longer warranty, AND cheaper using one of the various PE coupons floating around. (cheaper still when it's on sale)
I followed you link and see that sub has 125 watts. Is that not under powered also? What can you tell me about the Acoustic Audio PSW-12 http://www.acousticaudio.net/psw12.html I came close to buying it on Amazon. It's usually around $155. It's on Amazon for $130 but does not ship for 1 to 2 freakin' months! Ebay has em for $149 but I would like to get more feed back on it. Thanks for your feed back about the Dayton Audio sub
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I followed you link and see that sub has 125 watts.
120 watts actually- and that's continuous.

Versus only 100 for this Klipsch sub.


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What can you tell me about the Acoustic Audio PSW-12 http://www.acousticaudio.net/psw12.html

Not much other than some comments from avsforums suggesting their parts/buld quality and customer service are poor-

http://www.avsforum.com/forum/113...nsion.html

mentioned a batch of bad amps and basically refusing to warranty em, not replying to customer service requests, etc...

http://www.avsforum.com/forum/113...nyone.html

(see post 10 speciifcally where someone says he bought their 12 and returned it as crap almost immediately)

The Dayton on the other hand is very well respected for its cost and quality (for the cost)

The audio specs on the AA one look fine- similar frequency response to the Dayton, but more continuous power- but consider this- 31.9 lbs on the AA sub. vs 44.65 lbs on the Dayton.

While greater weight isn't an absolute indicator of parts and build quality in a sub- it's a pretty decent one. The fact they claim significantly more power at 2/3rds the weight suggests they've got some really cheap parts/tiny magnets/etc in that thing. versus the Dayton.
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120 watts actually- and that's continuous.

Versus only 100 for this Klipsch sub.





Not much other than some comments from avsforums suggesting their parts/buld quality and customer service are poor-

http://www.avsforum.com/forum/113...nsion.html [avsforum.com]

mentioned a batch of bad amps and basically refusing to warranty em, not replying to customer service requests, etc...

http://www.avsforum.com/forum/113...nyone.html [avsforum.com]

(see post 10 speciifcally where someone says he bought their 12 and returned it as crap almost immediately)

The Dayton on the other hand is very well respected for its cost and quality (for the cost)

The audio specs on the AA one look fine- similar frequency response to the Dayton, but more continuous power- but consider this- 31.9 lbs on the AA sub. vs 44.65 lbs on the Dayton.

While greater weight isn't an absolute indicator of parts and build quality in a sub- it's a pretty decent one. The fact they claim significantly more power at 2/3rds the weight suggests they've got some really cheap parts/tiny magnets/etc in that thing. versus the Dayton.
Thanks
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