Klipsch Reference R-112SW Subwoofer Demo

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Klipsch Reference R-112SW Subwoofer Specs

Frequency Response: 24Hz-125Hz
Maximum Acoustic Output:  118dB
Amplifier:All digital
Amplifier Power:300W / 600W
Drive Components:12″ (30.5cm) long-throw copper spun cerametalic, front firing woofer
Enclosure Material:MDF
Enclosure Type:Bass Reflex
Inputs:L/R line-level / LFE RCA jack, Wireless WA-2 Port
Height:17.38″ / 41.4cm
Width:15.5″ / 39.37cm
Depth:18.25″ / 46.36cm
Weight:78.75lbs / 22.1kg
Finish:Brushed Black Polymer Veneer
Built From:2014
Features:Gain, Lowpass, Phase, Auto Power
Phase:Switchable 0-180 degrees

Klipsch Reference R-112SW Subwoofers

The Klipsch R-112SW subwoofers are designed to deliver impressive awe-inspiring low bass for today’s movies and music. An optimized speaker enclosure, a high-powered motor drive system and specially designed textured air flow control technologies provide the most accurate reproduction of sound. An optimized front-face IMG tweeter provides the maximum amount of response for the money at a lower price. A specially designed high-power tweeter mounted to a specially designed woofer basket produces a deep, clean, powerful bass sound for your home entertainment system. A combination of these critical components will produce truly amazing results.

The exclusive internal light technology provided by the Klipsch Reference R-112SW subwoofers allows the driver to clearly view the color combinations occurring within the speaker. Colors such as blue, green and purple are superlative colors that coordinate with the superior image quality offered by the Klipsch R-112SW subwoofers. The basket has been specifically designed to enhance the musical accuracy by boosting mid-range frequencies. This process produces better harmonic reproduction than a conventional bass driver and is referred to as exclusive internal flare technology. The optimized shape of the basket optimizes high frequency response and sound phase balance. The result is superior sound quality and extended bass output with minimum effort from the driver.

The all-digital amp design of the Klipsch Reference R-112SW subwoofers makes them the ultimate choice for anyone looking for advanced specifications in a compact, front-facing audio amplifier. With the exclusive internal flare technology of the subwoofer, it has the capability to reproduce extremely accurate levels of bass extension and superior long-range frequency response. In addition, the woofer can handle low frequencies up to 120 lbs. without distortion and is compatible with all types of DVD players.

The Reference R-112SW subwoofers come in a simple two-stage design. It utilizes a polypropylene veneer cabinet to optimize low-profile performance. Also, the cabinet is protected with a dust cover to further prevent dirt and dust from getting to the amplifier. This woofer features a simple one-step operation and comes complete with an instruction manual. The easy to operate controls allow you to precisely control the volume from a remote control.

The Klipsch Reference R-112SW subwoofers are lightweight and well-built. They are ideal for every day use or for entertaining guests in your home or office. The speakers are also highly efficient, as they require very little power to operate. On the other hand, they produce amazingly good bass extension, which is ideal if you want to listen to music during your long car trips or listen to your favorite songs at home. If you own a home theater, then this subwoofer would be perfect for you as it perfectly fits into the subwoofer slots of today’s modern television sets.

Another advantage of the Klipsch reference R-112sw subwoofers is that they come with a warranty. So, if something goes wrong with the product, you can always return it for a replacement or refund. However, the warranty does not cover defects in materials or workmanship. The company only covers damage due to bad workmanship or any accident. In terms of performance, it is hard to compare its competitors. This is because this equipment is designed in a different way compared to other brands that are available in the market.

Klipsch R-112SW Subwoofer FAQ

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The Klipsch brand is known for its subwoofers and other audio equipment. If you are searching for a good one, it’s not hard to find because Klipsch offers a wide variety for consumers. The company doesn’t only make subwoofers but other accessories such as crossovers, enclosures, amps and so much more. For people who are searching for the perfect subwoofer that suits their needs, this brand is definitely one to consider.

When looking for a Klipsch subwoofer, you have to know that there are many types to choose from. The company offers a full range of subwoofers from their B-cast surround speakers and B-live surround speakers, to their R-casting surround speakers and the R-Pod surround speakers. You can choose from different brands, different models and even different colors. With so many choices to choose from, you may find it difficult to make a decision but don’t worry. There are lots of customer service professionals to help you out in choosing the right one for your home theatre.

If you want to buy a Klipsch subwoofer, you need to know that it comes with an installation kit. If you’re a DIY guy or gal, then you can easily follow the instructions included in the box so that you can install the subwoofer in no time. You can also read the manual that comes with it so that you will be able to understand how to correctly connect and place the subwoofer in your vehicle. Don’t forget to properly protect your subwoofer with a cable assembly that matches the size of the amplifier that you’ll be using. This way, you can enjoy the sound without worrying about damaging your amplifier.

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3 verified buyer reviews
  1. This sub was ordered to replace an older Infinity sub, probably from 2002. It had always performed admirably. It didn’t have the lowest transients, yet it was mostly very musical and just suffered from port chuffing and other unfavorable noises at the very edge of the volume/bass matrix it had to replicate (Like Hans Zimmer falling asleep and stepping on all the organ pedals at once during Interstellar). That said, I was getting a new pair of (much more expensive) speakers, and I didn’t want to skimp on the sub and make the system output suffer as a result.

    Here’s a quick rundown.

    1) The sub arrived in a nearly sterile box. There were no dents, gouges, or other signs that it had been pulled several miles down a gravel logging road by a pickup truck.
    2) This is a medium-sized sub, but I wouldn’t call it a monster. It didn’t seem to be too heavy, and it didn’t take up any more space than the 10″ Infinity it replaced.
    3) The fit and finish was excellent. There are no apparent defects. I’m a big fan of the copper-colored driver. (It’s anodized aluminum with a ceramic element, not copper, as Klipsch frequently refers to it.) The latest generation of ceramic drivers has a darker tint than the older models. I have a pair of RB-600s that are much more burnished gold than copper in color, while this one clearly has a higher red aspect.
    4) If you’ve worked with subs before, the setup is uncomplicated. Gain, crossover, step, on/off…neither harder nor easier than intended.
    5) This is unquestionably lower than the Infinity, which was said to be -3 at 34 Hz. I have no reason to question Klipsch’s assertion of a -3db point at 24 Hz. In the bed, it plumbs the depths of the bass hits on my bass tester disks with no pressure.
    6) To elaborate on what I said above, this subwoofer gets a TON of bass out of a minuscule amount of woofer movement. With only a small amount of peak-to-peak movement, it was shivering my timbers at just about the maximum comfortable volume level for my bed. There were no port sounds to be heard.
    7) A word about the port — I don’t think it’s obvious from the pictures how big this sub’s slot port is. It’s very big. You might get your arm up to your wrist in this thing, and it stretches all the way around the front of the enclosure. I believe it would have to be blowing air like a hair dryer until it made a sound.
    8) There’s nothing messy or loose about this. This sub should be able to keep up with most main speakers if the step is set correctly. If you’re experiencing roaring or messy sound, it may be a placement issue rather than a problem with this sub.

    I was torn between getting this sub and getting the SVS S2000. Both were comparable in price, with the SVS being sealed, smaller, and, in my opinion, not as attractive. I choose this one because I am a Klipsch fan and already own two of their subwoofers (both of which are excellent). There are no regrets. The R-112SW is an excellent subwoofer. It stays out of the way of the music, providing only the nuances of bass fundamental tones that are needed without degrading the overall sound. On film, it mocks the monster LFE effects and recreates them with palpable, kinetic slam.

    I just wish I hadn’t sat on my hands and skipped the promotions that were going on a few months ago. Even at Klipsch’s MSRP, I don’t think it’s a bad deal. I was disappointed at first that I couldn’t fit the larger brother to this device, but I think that would have been too much for my space. This thing delivers all the bass I might like and does so without breaking a sweat.

  2. I purchased this subwoofer in April of 2019 and it is now December of 2020. I am still pleased with it. Sorry for any inconvenience, but I believe some people who left low star ratings were simply bumping the crap out of this thing at 11 and were shocked when it split. I’ve never used this thing at more than 50% gain. I set it to fit the master volume of my mixer’s output, which is also about 50%, and I never touch it. There is such a thing as too much bass, and there is also such a thing as too much volume.

    Regarding the actual experience, all I can guarantee is that I’ll never listen to music without a subwoofer again. Once I had foobar’s equalizer dialed in, I found that activating the EQ on/off adds a lot of character to this hardware by driving as much low frequency gain as I could without distorting the audio signal and adding a bit of highs to compensate. It’s a pleasurable experience regardless of how loud or soft the music is. If you like bassy music and have never owned a subwoofer, buy this sub or any sub, because it’s the only way to enjoy the bass.

    What you’re looking for in a sub is the auto shut-off feature. It’s fast and comes back on as soon as I hit play. I wouldn’t put money into a sub that didn’t have it. saves fuel, extends the life of the hardware, and saves you the trouble of having to squeeze behind your setup any time you leave the house to flip power switches Nobody has time for that, so save yourself the effort.

    Also watching YouTube videos with relatively poorer quality audio outside of an EQ-controlled setting improves. Being able to feel the low-ends of audio will drastically alter the experience. I can hear footsteps in the background of videos, and you can also feel it when people inadvertently bump their mics.

    It’s my first sub and, in my opinion, a decent choice for a starter. It’s very big, so expect to devote some room space to it. If you rent or have close neighbors, you can probably avoid having one of these, but if you do, a vibration dampening pad is a must. You can still hear soundwaves in the room, but you can avoid resonating walls or window panels that might annoy neighbors, as you have complete control over this thing.

  3. If you search for this model of Klipsch Subwoofer R-112SW, you will find complaints about intermittent power loss. That is what I am going through right now. It appears to be resolved by unplugging and replugging the device, thus resetting the speaker. High volume (big action movies) exacerbates power loss, rendering this speaker nearly useless. While it lasted, this sub was fantastic.

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