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.
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.
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.
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.
Summary: Just Picked up the sw112 at a Local a/v store out of Vero beach,Fl ,I listen to the martin Logan and the difenttech and tell you for the Price this sub is a great product! I have a pair of klipsch rf3 II and a rc3 II center but was using a infinty sub, Finally the sub went bad, but I tell you that...
Summary: Pros: 300w of BASH power with built in anti clip, crank the volume and don't be worried that it'll blow up Good LFE, brought some low end to action scenes that they needed Cons: Its long, I would personally prefer it to be taller so less floor space is taken up.
Summary: Pros: Great BASH 300W rms amp that wont clip. Crank the volume and don't be worried your subwoofer is going to kill itself. Sleek design, you don't find a lot of inverted cone HT subwoofers out there let alone slot ported ones.