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Klipsch Reference R-110SW, R-112SW & R-115SW Subwoofers

Klipsch Reference R-110SW Subwoofer

Klipsch just released three new Reference home theater subwoofers in 10-inch, 12-inch and 15-inch sizes. The new models, which are priced from $550 to $900, consist of the R-110SW, R-112SW, and R-115SW.

All three subwoofers are equipped with spun copper, front-firing Cerametallic woofers that are exceptionally light yet rigid to provide a remarkable low-frequency response with minimal cone breakup and distortion. Each subwoofer’s all-digital amplifier delivers ample power with high efficiency and true-to-source accuracy in reproduction. Their front-firing slot ports utilize exclusive internal flare technology to minimize port noise for clean, detailed sounds. Each model also houses a satin painted MDF plinth to produce incredible acoustic decoupling so the subwoofer is heard—not the room.

The R-110SW, R-112SW and R-115SW are compatible with the Klipsch WA-2 wireless subwoofer kit, which allows for a completely wireless connection of one or multiple subwoofers for easy placement anywhere in a room. Included line level and LFE RCA inputs ensure compatibility with old and new receivers. Additionally, a low-pass crossover and phase control helps listeners blend each subwoofer’s low-frequency tones with other Klipsch speakers and establish the ideal level of bass.

The latest Reference subwoofers follow the lower priced Reference R-10SW and R-12SW subwoofers. All are available in a brushed black polymer veneer finish for a contemporary aesthetic that seamlessly integrates into any décor. Removable cloth woven grilles add a rich, defined look that is acoustically transparent.

Price and Availability
Klipsch Reference R-10SW (10-inch, 300-watts) $349
Klipsch Reference R-12SW (12-inch, 400-watts) $449
Klipsch Reference R-110SW (10-inch, 450-watts) $549
Klipsch Reference R-112SW (12-inch, 600-watts) $649
Klipsch Reference R-115SW (15-inch, 800-watts) $899

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