Summary: This is a great subwoofer for the money. It has great output, decent build quality, and it isn't outrageously big. Output: This sub sounds great, but if you're looking for something for audiophile music listening look elsewhere.
Summary: These do a decent job for home theater use. Probably can't compete with higher-priced units but they perform commensurate with price IMO. Would be overkill for an apartment setting, but underwhelming in large rooms. I use two in a 15x24x8 room and probably don't get quite a theater-level experience.
Great subwoofer! Getting a little bit of hum though.
bblack07 "Brian", Amazon
30 November 2014
Summary: This sucker is loud! It can be tuned to any level though so don't let that deter you. Overall, I don't really know what to say other than the unit appears to be built well, sound quality seems great, and the price was fantastic when I purchased it.
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.
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.
Summary: Love the fact you can feel the experience instead of only hearing it! Highly recommended!! Have this paired to a Polk RTiA series of home theater speakers. Polk subs value for money cannot compete with Klipsch when this subwoofer is on sale.
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.
Summary: The Klipsch Sub-12HG is an excellent subwoofer! The bass this sub produces for home theater and music is rich, moving (literally let's you know it's there) and full of quality as you would expect from a Klipsch product. Having owned a Velodyne CHT-12 ,which at the time was $599.