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Klipsch R-112SW 12" 600W Reference Series Powered Subwoofer (Cherry)

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Adorama has Klipsch R-112SW 12" 600W Reference Series Powered Subwoofer (Cherry) on sale for $299. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian
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The short answer is NO, you're not maxing out your receptacle circuit

Circuits are measured in amps. Most residential circuits are 15 amps for receptacles.

600w is power. Watts = volts x amps. In US volts is 120.

If the amp consumed exactly 5 amps you'd be at 600 watts. Amps are not 100% efficient. With a class D amp they're 80% efficient so you'd need 720 watts to output 600w so 720/120 = 6 amps. 6 or so amps or about is the draw on your 15 amp circuit breaker
I bought this sub during a previous slickdeal for the same amount. Solid build. Great sound. I'm not an audiophile but am glad I purchased this sub.

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I bought this sub during a previous slickdeal for the same amount. Solid build. Great sound. I'm not an audiophile but am glad I purchased this sub.
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This may be a stupid question but does this mean running the subwoofer plugged in is like adding an additional 600w to my circuit? I think I'm getting maxed out with stereo,tv,hue system,aquariums,phone chargrers,router and modem... 😮
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Purchased two of these first time they were posted. Very happy with my purchase 😊
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edit: looks like RSL removed the code for $25 off their Speedwoofer on black friday so now you will need to buy two of them to save $50... pretty lame.
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Here is the 15" demo, including hot blonde.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S...e=youtu.be
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RSL Speedwoofer 10s is going to be $375 ($25 off) on black friday if anyone is interested. The RSL actually has good reviews and was picked as the best for the money by wirecutter.
And I think they don't have tax in many states. That will be additional saving bars on where you live.
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I got this as well for the same price. This sub is niceeeeeeeee
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This may be a stupid question but does this mean running the subwoofer plugged in is like adding an additional 600w to my circuit? I think I'm getting maxed out with stereo,tv,hue system,aquariums,phone chargrers,router and modem... 😮

These have built in amps, ie no won't draw from your system.
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This may be a stupid question but does this mean running the subwoofer plugged in is like adding an additional 600w to my circuit? I think I'm getting maxed out with stereo,tv,hue system,aquariums,phone chargrers,router and modem... 😮
The short answer is NO, you're not maxing out your receptacle circuit

Circuits are measured in amps. Most residential circuits are 15 amps for receptacles.

600w is power. Watts = volts x amps. In US volts is 120.

If the amp consumed exactly 5 amps you'd be at 600 watts. Amps are not 100% efficient. With a class D amp they're 80% efficient so you'd need 720 watts to output 600w so 720/120 = 6 amps. 6 or so amps or about is the draw on your 15 amp circuit breaker
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This may be a stupid question but does this mean running the subwoofer plugged in is like adding an additional 600w to my circuit? I think I'm getting maxed out with stereo,tv,hue system,aquariums,phone chargrers,router and modem... 😮
it will not use 600w continuously. power consumption is based on the demand (i.e. how hard you drive it) and the power load is variable, it peaks and valleys.
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Costco had a similar 12inch sub that was 300 or 400 watts for $150. Can anyone comment on the value aspect of these two? You could buy 2 for price of 1. Was going to post a link but don't see it listed.
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Costco had a similar 12inch sub that was 300 or 400 watts for $150. Can anyone comment on the value aspect of these two? You could buy 2 for price of 1. Was going to post a link but don't see it listed.
I got the one from Costco. It has a good bass. Thinking to buy a 2nd one.
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Dood... Ordered the cherry RP440C and cherry RP280FAs from Adorama(both slickdeals).

https://slickdeals.net/f/14325545-klipsch-reference-premiere-rp-440c-2-way-center-speaker-cherry-279...

https://slickdeals.net/f/14563931-klipsch-reference-premiere-rp-280fa-atmos-floorstanding-speakers-c...

Was hoping for the better 112 cherry to come up(returned the Costco R-120). In for it(to complete the matching RP-bundle)! Thanks for posting. %SLICKDEALS%!!!
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