Summary: I love music, all kinds of music.....The sub sounds great. It feels my living space with plenty of sound & even carries into other rooms as well. I really like the the warmth it brings to overall sound.
Pros: The enclosure looks great, very nice quality & not overwhelming being a 12" sub. With that said, it wouldn't stick out like a sore thumb against decor in the room. It sounds great.
Cons: Sometimes at high volume & super low bass notes you can hear some port noise. I wish it had an auto on signal reference. It would be nice to not have to switch it on & off manually.
Summary: Have had other Kilpsch subs that left me with little desire to try that brand again, but this one is a good one! So good that I now have two. Bass response is pretty even and is a good pick for a small to medium-sized room (10x20 or so). Can't say I would recommend them for my Home Theater, but they can work there too, if need be.
Pros: Attractive Design, Easy To Set Up, Good Power Output
Summary: Took about 2 weeks to break in, ground shaking bottom end for movies, lacks clarity for music, but I knew that going in. Since it's mostly used for TV, movies, sports etc does a great job and very pleased, blends well with my older Klipsch Reference speakers. If you are looking for something more for music, I would suggest a sealed sub.
Summary: Performs as advertised. I can now hear & FEEL the music I play. Just a little volume goes a long way. Be sure to place it where you can easily access rear control. I have a turntable & play albums (LP's). Adjustments are necessary when switching between CD's, tuner & turn table usage. I paired it with some Klipsçh Herasey speakers. Very nice. Can't wait for the opportunity a party will provide to really crank it up!
Summary: I did not purchase my system based on my knowledge. The store recommended the components I purchased. I was impressed with the sound and the feel of my system from the start, but never had anything of it's Caliber to compare it to. That is the main reason when my sub-woofer quit, I looked for the exact replacement.
Pros: I think I made my pro's in my comments.
Cons: The on/ off switch is on the rear making it a little harder to reach it. Maybe a front switch is possible?
Summary: I just got this in the past few days. It's replacing a Polk 10" sub with 200 watts. I have an Onkyo 818, Oppo BDP-93, CambridgeSoundworks Towers and Bowers and Wilkins 6 series center and surrounds. The new Klipsch is definitely an upgrade. I notice a tighter low end, no flabiness. This sub does a great job taking the hand off from the fronts and surrounds and filling in the low end. No muddiness.
Summary: Purchased this subwoofer from sound distributors,which is a authorized dealer,received on time in perfect shape,great bass for my rf-62II system,strong and tight,not sloppy,takes a couple weeks to break in,movies,blu-ray,cd,dvd all sound great,won't be disappointed.