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Klipsch R-10SW Reference 10" 300W Powered Subwoofer

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Adorama has Klipsch R-10SW Reference 10" 300W Powered Subwoofer on sale for $139. Shipping is free.

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Key Features:
  • 10" copper-spun front-firing woofer
  • All-digital amplifier delivers 300 watts of dynamic power
  • Low pass crossover and phase control
  • Line/LFE inputs for compatibility with most receivers
  • Dimensions: 14" H x 12.5" W x 15.7" D
  • Brushed black polymer veneer cabinet

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Or just get it for $10 more at Adorama

https://www.adorama.com/kpr12sw.h...flaid62905
Way better off waiting for the Klipsch 12 inch sub to go on sale at Costco for $160.00. Extra 20 bucks is well worth it seeing as you may have the same sub for 15+ years.

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Way better off waiting for the Klipsch 12 inch sub to go on sale at Costco for $160.00. Extra 20 bucks is well worth it seeing as you may have the same sub for 15+ years.
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This or cut right to the chase with a $700 SVS pb-2000 pro
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Way better off waiting for the Klipsch 12 inch sub to go on sale at Costco for $160.00. Extra 20 bucks is well worth it seeing as you may have the same sub for 15+ years.
Or just get it for $10 more at Adorama

https://www.adorama.com/kpr12sw.h...flaid62905
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This or cut right to the chase with a $700 SVS pb-2000 pro
Yeah, I'm sitting with one Klipsch R-112SW and I'll probably go with a 15" SVS or HSU as an upgrade within the next couple of years. Any big opinions on those two brands?
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Or just get it for $10 more at Adorama

https://www.adorama.com/kpr12sw.h...flaid62905
hm.. why r10sw regular price is 350 and r12sw is 190?
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Yeah, I'm sitting with one Klipsch R-112SW and I'll probably go with a 15" SVS or HSU as an upgrade within the next couple of years. Any big opinions on those two brands?
I have the ported 12" of both and prefer SVS.
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This or cut right to the chase with a $700 SVS pb-2000 pro
But your neighbors will hate you 😄
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hm.. why r10sw regular price is 350 and r12sw is 190?
Klipsch MSRP are always weird - almost always at 50% off. I'm guessing since the r-12sw was replaced with the r-120sw, the msrp might have changed.

With that said, I've heard the r-10sw is a tighter sounding sub than the 12 (which is a bit "loose" and boomy sounding). The r-120sw is noticeably tighter than the r-12, but it only goes on sale 1-2x per year ($199)

The r-12sw is a decent sub for the price and provides a ton of bass. I haven't tried the r-10, but after experience with the 12, Id be interested to see how it compares. I'm thinking the 10 might be the winner between the two, despite smaller size.

I'm using 2x r-12sw and 1x r-120sw in a 7.1.4 atmos setup
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Klipsch MSRP are always weird - almost always at 50% off. I'm guessing since the r-12sw was replaced with the r-120sw, the msrp might have changed.

With that said, I've heard the r-10sw is a tighter sounding sub than the 12 (which is a bit "loose" and boomy sounding). The r-120sw is noticeably tighter than the r-12, but it only goes on sale 1-2x per year ($199)

The r-12sw is a decent sub for the price and provides a ton of bass. I haven't tried the r-10, but after experience with the 12, Id be interested to see how it compares. I'm thinking the 10 might be the winner between the two, despite smaller size.

I'm using 2x r-12sw and 1x r-120sw in a 7.1.4 atmos setup
Tight and loose wtf we taking about here? Sigh.
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Yeah, I'm sitting with one Klipsch R-112SW and I'll probably go with a 15" SVS or HSU as an upgrade within the next couple of years. Any big opinions on those two brands?
HSU better sound quality. SVS better support and little technology upgrades. SVS is more $$ though too.
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This or cut right to the chase with a $700 SVS pb-2000 pro
Get svs right away. The amount of time you spend justifying you purchase, research, regrets, whatifs... Just get the best and don't worry about it.

I wish I learned this long time ago.
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This or cut right to the chase with a $700 SVS pb-2000 pro
Love my pb2000. You can't go wrong.
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Tight and loose wtf we taking about here? Sigh.
Hard to describe it, tighter is more of a "punch" bass while loose is more of a wobbly bass. Doesn't help any more with using those terms. If you don't know the difference, it probably won't matter to you.
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