Summary: Good product! worth the money. works as it should be. you can feel the low frequency unlike my other 8" subwoofer. I can't put it in full volume cause half volume is ok. I researched on other brand and type of subwoofer and I love Klipsch sub 12 it matches my Klipsch F-3 system. I will recommend this product.
Summary: Holy Crap!!! These are insane! I never experienced surround sound like this before! WOW! My previous setup was one of those receivers that were built into the Blu Ray player, and that was a 7.1 system, and man did I think that was awesome..again WOW these alone just made my BRAND new receiver kick butt! These literally on half notch will shake your walls...not even kidding! I can't wait until the tower speakers arrive!
Summary: I received the Klipsch Sub-12HG as a gift from my wife. She knew I was looking for a sub that wouldn't break the bank while not compromising good quality bass! I read some reviews that said the blue light was too bright. I beg to differ. The blue light and it being high gloss adds a level of sophistication. Also the frequency response of the Klipsch Sub-12HG (24-120 Hz +/-3dB) was also on my list of what my sub should have.
Summary: Drunkenly bought this sub and had to explain to my other half why I bought another sub. Luckily, explaining was easy once it arrived, as it gets down quite a bit further in frequencies and much louder all around compared to the F12.
Summary: I purchased this to replace an Infinity TSS-1100 on which the board had died. Rather than spend $125+ to repair the Infinity, I opted to purchase new and get a warranty & etc. This speaker is used in conjunction with Infinity TSS-1100 satellites and a Denon AVR-1909 receiver. I'm not an audiophile, but this sub seems to do a good job in my surround system (located in a man & Lego cave in the basement).
Summary: I had a chance to snag it on sale for 199 and I think it was a good deal for a 300W RMS sub. It does go all the way down to 24Hz (within -3db) but while ordering I didn't pay attention on its size. It's really big and that'd not be a big deal if you've large enough room to just put it on one corner. It is replacing a Velodyne 10" sub and now there's a noticeable improvement in the bass sounds especially during movies.
Summary: Pros: This replaced a KLH 12" sub which was rated at 200 watts in a 25' x 35' open room. The 300 watt Klipsch is vastly superior. The greater wattage delivers not mere volume, but crisp control of that big speaker cone. Musically, it delivers not only the notes, but the physical punch of kettle drums. Organ music smoothly reverberates the room. Playing rock, the bass line comes through cleanly, without muddling the lead guitar.