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Klipsch 10" Black Subwoofer - SW-110

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Klipsch - SW-110  - Subwoofer Speakers
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10"/ Highly Damped, Non-Resonant Woven Fiberglass Driver And Passive Radiators Produce Tight Musical Bass/ Fills Any Room With High-Powered Bass/ Highly Efficient Design Produces More Output Using Less Energy/ Front Slot Ports Provide Easy Installation And Placement Flexibility/ Stylish, Compact Subwoofer Looks As Good As It Sounds/ Black Pica Finish
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Klipsch 10" Black Subwoofer, Model SW110

Since 1993, Klipsch has developed high-output subwoofers to match the different Klipsch speaker lines. We designed our latest subwoofers to be cross-brand compatible with any speaker or home theater system. Each new subwoofer boasts a modern, unobtrusive design, and features the latest in amplifier and driver technology for unrivalled power and efficient bass extension.

Known for its deep, driving bass, the SW-110 subwoofer is a must-have addition to your home theater experience. Featuring a BASH® Digital Hybrid amplifier and a highly damped, non-resonant woven fiberglass driver, this sonic wonder enhances any speaker system and blends seamlessly with your décor.

Features:

  • Fills any room with high-powered bass
  • Highly efficient design produces more output using less energy
  • Stylish, compact subwoofer looks as good as it sounds
  • Highly damped, non-resonant woven fiberglass driver and passive radiators produce tight musical bass.
  • A BASH® Digital Hybrid amplifier delivers efficient and reliable high-powered sound.
  • Front slot ports provide deep bass and installation and placement flexibility

Specifications:

  • Frequency response: 28Hz-120Hz ± 3dB
  • Max Acoustic Output:113dB @ 30Hz 1/8 space, 1m
  • Amplifier power:
    • FTC Rated Power: 200 watts continuous @ <2% THD /
    • Dynamic Power*: 450 watts
  • Driver Components: 10” (25.4cm) Active non-resonant Woven Fiberglass driver
  • Amplifier: BASH Digital Hybrid
  • Enclosure Type: Bass-reflex via front-firing slot port
  • Inputs:L/R Line-level RCA jacks, L/R High-level speaker binding posts, WA port
  • Outputs: None
  • Finish: Black Pica
  • Voltage: 100-120V / 220-240V~50/60Hz 3.15A (Auto-voltage switching) with 1 Watt standby
  • Export Voltage: NA, EU
  • Built From: 2010

Approximate Dimensions:

  • Height: 14"
  • Width: 12.5"
  • Depth: 17"

Approximate Weight:

  • Unit: 35 lbs.
  • Shipping: 40lbs

Warranty Information:

  • Manufacturer Warranty (authorized online retailer): One Year Parts And Labor
Amplifier TypeBASH Digital Hybrid class-AB
ConnectivityRCA, Binding Posts
Frequency Response28Hz - 120Hz (+/- 3dB)
Enclosure TypePorted (Bass Reflex)
Magnetic shieldingNo
Power450W
Sensitivity104dB @ 40Hz
Speaker TypeSubwoofer
Voltage100-120V / 220-240V~50/60Hz 2A (Auto-voltage switching) with 1 Watt standby
Woofer Size (inches)10
Height (inches)14
Width (inches)12.5
Depth (inches)17
  

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Klipsch 10" Black Subwoofer
 
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91%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Good power output (10)
  • Easy to set up (9)
  • Great sound quality (9)
  • Attractive (8)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Home theater (9)
    • Home (5)
    • Smaller rooms / apartments (4)
    • Large rooms (3)
      • Reviewer Profile:
      • Audiophile (7), Movie enthusiast (6), Tech savvy (4)
      • Was this a gift?:
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    Most Liked Positive Review

     

    Perfect Supplement for Heritage Series

    I had considered a sub-woofer for the living room (Cornwalls, Belles and movies...), and for the bedroom (K'horns, LaScalas and my wife's SOAP channel BS..).You figure why would...Read complete review

    I had considered a sub-woofer for the living room (Cornwalls, Belles and movies...), and for the bedroom (K'horns, LaScalas and my wife's SOAP channel BS..).You figure why would I consider a sub with those Heritage speakers that are so renowned for great bass response? Well.... First off, those rooms are quite large, and the normal program listening material is at a considerable low volume (SPL). Until I began to turn up the volume to a level that bothered my wife, etc., the bass response was not strong (unless you were within 6-8 feet of the speakers...). When I say low volume, I mean not greater than about 1 out of 10 on the dial. Both rooms have an Onkyo 7.1 receiver and the volume knob is usually around 32 for most listening. For those rooms, one of my wife's complaints was always the "movie" thing. I call it the "U-571 Depth Charge Effects". K'horns, Cornwalls, Belles, etc. are good - really good -, but for that kind of stuff, I'll admit that a sub becomes necessary. Besides, she likes a nice movie once a week, etc., and she wants to hear it "like in the theater"....The other thing I wanted to do is "wrap up" the Wall of Voodoo with a sub or two... basically to "assist" the Heresy's in the upper corners, and the KP-250's used as the "centers". Primary main speakers in the Wall are Klipschorns. Everything powered by McIntosh.Well, after much research, testing (XW-300, Paradigm 15a, etc. etc.) in those two rooms and the man cave's Wall of Voodoo, I concluded that for me, a good efficient 10" or 12" sub would be what I required. The rooms are not so large as to require a 15", so the testing narrowed down to 10" and 12".The "operational requirements" were that the sub must be "forward firing", and be ported to the front, and "performance compatible" with the Heritage series. In that respect, while other subs are good, I decided to stick with a Klipsch sub. I also looked at the cost factor from two viewpoints. First, can a 10" do what I need vs a 12"? Yes it can. and the reason is that any sub enhancement must be consistent with the music, DTV, or movie material being played at any volume selected on the amp, but without being overpowering or "taking over". Second, do I need the "glass top", or digital controls? Nope. One they are set correctly, why fool with them. The digital display and/or remote control stuff is nice, but not necessary. Well I ordered the first two SW-110's from an authorized Klipsch dealer. And because I could not resist the temptation.... I put them in the man cave's "Wall of Voodoo" to start with. Just had to do it..... Could not resist it. SWMBO's lived without a sub this long, she can wait another week...The result? Absolutely perfect for my application. One SW-110 is run off the MA6500 which powers the KP-250's and the other SW-110 from the MA6500 which powers the Heresy's up on top of the K-horns. Individually, or in any combination, it's that particular area below about 50Hz which becomes appropriately noticeable.They are driven from a discrete "pre-amp" out RCA pair from those amps. The amp's volume controls the Heresy's or KP-250's, respectively, but also controls the line signal to the SW-110's. The only trick required is to set the SW-110's to match the volume levels of the speakers. That being said, after much experimentation this week, I found that the best set-up is:◦Location: On the "long wall", on the floor, approximately 36-42" apart, underneath the KP-250's◦Phase: For both, 180◦Gain: for the KP-250's "0" or straight up. For the Heresy's, -3db (in between the up down mark and the first tick mark to the left).◦Crossover: 80Hz for the KP250's (they end at 70Hz), and 60Hz for the Heresy's (they end around 45Hz)◦This produces the most natural sound without the bass being boomy or overwhelming.◦I did test them at +3, +6 and +9 dB, but way too much bass. .They will be removed from the MA6500's in about a week, and powered by a McIntosh C42 pre-amp. That will allow me to control them completely independent of the K'horns, KP's and Heresy's. basically allow me to "tweak" them for particular program material or music genres regardless of the primary speaker volume levels.Build quality is very good. The finish is similar to the "Pro", textured, semi-gloss black. Grill is nice, small and unobtrusive Klipsch badge top center. Does not appear to have any problems with the connector pins being too small or prone to breakage.Any CON remarks?: I have a problem with one of the on-auto-off switches not turning off after the amp is shut down on one of them. Apart from that, the man cave's Wall of Voodoo "project" works perfectly. I did test one with the Klipschorns. Only difference is that you set the crossover at 40Hz, and the gain needs to be +3dB. Otherwise, the K'horn's K-33/CW-1526 woofer will overwhelm the sub at anything above low volumes. The next two for the living room and master bedroom were ordered from Klipsch, and will arrive next week on Monday. They will be set at 50Hz for the living room's Cornwalls and Belles; the bedroom's will be set to 45 Hz for the LaScalas and Klipschorns. Gain in those two rooms will be +3dB as the rooms are much larger and the normal material listening volume is relatively low.All in all, very, very good. Does exactly what I want; compatible with Heritage, and in particular if you are looking to solve the Heresy (and to some degree, the LaScala) low bass response in a cost effective manner.

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    sub

    one problem. you have to turn up amp to more than 50%volume before it kicks in . very annoying.

    one problem. you have to turn up amp to more than 50%volume before it kicks in . very annoying.

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    5.0

    Thundering Bass

    By Jake M.

    from Aurora, IL

    About Me Tech Savvy

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Attractive Design
    • Easy To Set Up
    • Good Power Output
    • Great Sound Quality

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Home Theater
      • Larger Rooms

      Comments about Klipsch 10" Black Subwoofer:

      First Klipsch set up and I have fell in love with there speakers. The bass from the sub is crisp and hit hard.

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      • No

      Comment on this review

       
      5.0

      Cherry on The Cake....

      By rikkirich

      from Windsor,CT

      About Me 40 Yrs In Audio, Audiophile, Movie Enthusiast

      Pros

      • Attractive Design
      • Easy To Set Up
      • Good Power Output
      • Great Bass Sound

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Home
        • Home Theater
        • Smaller Rooms

        Comments about Klipsch 10" Black Subwoofer:

        I replaced my Boston Acoustics PV600 with the Klipsch SW-110 Sub Woofer. I have now completed my Klipsch sound system. All I can say is OMG...Thank You Klipsch

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        5.0

        these bang

        By zizgr8

        from windsor,ont,canada

        About Me Audiophile, Movie Enthusiast

        Pros

        • Attractive Design
        • Easy To Set Up
        • Everythin
        • Good Power Output
        • Great Sound Quality

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Basic Systems
          • Home
          • Home Theater
          • Larger Rooms
          • Smaller Rooms

          Comments about Klipsch 10" Black Subwoofer:

          i recently bought a pioneer elite sc-67..i replace my 12inch velodyne with 2 of these..do i not regret anythin..these bad boys will b paired up with 82's,400's,52,61's,n 4 quintet speakers..i use 2 b a loyal bose fan..time 2 move ons 2 bigger n better things..

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          (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          This is amazing!

          By LJ

          from Nebraska

          About Me Audiophile, Pro Audio / DJ

          Pros

          • Attractive Design
          • Easy To Set Up
          • Good Power Output

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Home
            • Smaller Rooms

            Comments about Klipsch 10" Black Subwoofer:

            Amazing... Couldn't be any better. Great for the money.

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            • No

            Comment on this review

            (1 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

             
            3.0

            sub

            By buzz

            from toronto on. canada.

            About Me Audiophile

            Pros

            • Attractive Design
            • Easy To Set Up
            • Good Power Output
            • Great Sound Quality

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Home Theater

              Comments about Klipsch 10" Black Subwoofer:

              one problem. you have to turn up amp to more than 50%volume before it kicks in . very annoying.

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              • No

              Comment on this review

              (1 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

               
              5.0

              I would buy this product again and again

              By Scytheman

              from Switzerland

              About Me Movie Enthusiast, Pro Audio / DJ

              Pros

              • Easy to Mount
              • Easy To Set Up
              • Good Power Output
              • Great Sound Quality

              Cons

                Best Uses

                • Home Theater

                Comments about Klipsch 10" Black Subwoofer:

                Very good Sub!

                Comment on this review

                (1 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

                 
                4.0

                good sound but fake auto/on-off

                By champ

                from bedford htg ohio

                About Me Movie Enthusiast, Tech Savvy

                Pros

                • Attractive Design
                • Easy To Set Up
                • Great Sound Quality

                Cons

                  Best Uses

                  • Home Theater

                  Comments about Klipsch 10" Black Subwoofer:

                  my apt. also the sound is very good.the auto/on-off do not work

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                  • No

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                  (7 of 14 customers found this review helpful)

                   
                  5.0

                  Perfect Supplement for Heritage Series

                  By groomlakearea51

                  from South Florida

                  About Me 40 Years Klipsch Owner, Audiophile, Practical, Tech Savvy

                  Pros

                  • Attractive Design
                  • Easy To Set Up
                  • Good Power Output
                  • Great Sound Quality
                  • Very Cost Effective
                  • Well Matched to Heritage

                  Cons

                    Best Uses

                    • Basic Systems
                    • Home
                    • Smaller Rooms

                    Comments about Klipsch 10" Black Subwoofer:

                    I had considered a sub-woofer for the living room (Cornwalls, Belles and movies...), and for the bedroom (K'horns, LaScalas and my wife's SOAP channel BS..).You figure why would I consider a sub with those Heritage speakers that are so renowned for great bass response? Well.... First off, those rooms are quite large, and the normal program listening material is at a considerable low volume (SPL). Until I began to turn up the volume to a level that bothered my wife, etc., the bass response was not strong (unless you were within 6-8 feet of the speakers...). When I say low volume, I mean not greater than about 1 out of 10 on the dial. Both rooms have an Onkyo 7.1 receiver and the volume knob is usually around 32 for most listening. For those rooms, one of my wife's complaints was always the "movie" thing. I call it the "U-571 Depth Charge Effects". K'horns, Cornwalls, Belles, etc. are good - really good -, but for that kind of stuff, I'll admit that a sub becomes necessary. Besides, she likes a nice movie once a week, etc., and she wants to hear it "like in the theater"....The other thing I wanted to do is "wrap up" the Wall of Voodoo with a sub or two... basically to "assist" the Heresy's in the upper corners, and the KP-250's used as the "centers". Primary main speakers in the Wall are Klipschorns. Everything powered by McIntosh.Well, after much research, testing (XW-300, Paradigm 15a, etc. etc.) in those two rooms and the man cave's Wall of Voodoo, I concluded that for me, a good efficient 10" or 12" sub would be what I required. The rooms are not so large as to require a 15", so the testing narrowed down to 10" and 12".The "operational requirements" were that the sub must be "forward firing", and be ported to the front, and "performance compatible" with the Heritage series. In that respect, while other subs are good, I decided to stick with a Klipsch sub. I also looked at the cost factor from two viewpoints. First, can a 10" do what I need vs a 12"? Yes it can. and the reason is that any sub enhancement must be consistent with the music, DTV, or movie material being played at any volume selected on the amp, but without being overpowering or "taking over". Second, do I need the "glass top", or digital controls? Nope. One they are set correctly, why fool with them. The digital display and/or remote control stuff is nice, but not necessary. Well I ordered the first two SW-110's from an authorized Klipsch dealer. And because I could not resist the temptation.... I put them in the man cave's "Wall of Voodoo" to start with. Just had to do it..... Could not resist it. SWMBO's lived without a sub this long, she can wait another week...The result? Absolutely perfect for my application. One SW-110 is run off the MA6500 which powers the KP-250's and the other SW-110 from the MA6500 which powers the Heresy's up on top of the K-horns. Individually, or in any combination, it's that particular area below about 50Hz which becomes appropriately noticeable.They are driven from a discrete "pre-amp" out RCA pair from those amps. The amp's volume controls the Heresy's or KP-250's, respectively, but also controls the line signal to the SW-110's. The only trick required is to set the SW-110's to match the volume levels of the speakers. That being said, after much experimentation this week, I found that the best set-up is:◦Location: On the "long wall", on the floor, approximately 36-42" apart, underneath the KP-250's◦Phase: For both, 180◦Gain: for the KP-250's "0" or straight up. For the Heresy's, -3db (in between the up down mark and the first tick mark to the left).◦Crossover: 80Hz for the KP250's (they end at 70Hz), and 60Hz for the Heresy's (they end around 45Hz)◦This produces the most natural sound without the bass being boomy or overwhelming.◦I did test them at +3, +6 and +9 dB, but way too much bass. .They will be removed from the MA6500's in about a week, and powered by a McIntosh C42 pre-amp. That will allow me to control them completely independent of the K'horns, KP's and Heresy's. basically allow me to "tweak" them for particular program material or music genres regardless of the primary speaker volume levels.Build quality is very good. The finish is similar to the "Pro", textured, semi-gloss black. Grill is nice, small and unobtrusive Klipsch badge top center. Does not appear to have any problems with the connector pins being too small or prone to breakage.Any CON remarks?: I have a problem with one of the on-auto-off switches not turning off after the amp is shut down on one of them. Apart from that, the man cave's Wall of Voodoo "project" works perfectly. I did test one with the Klipschorns. Only difference is that you set the crossover at 40Hz, and the gain needs to be +3dB. Otherwise, the K'horn's K-33/CW-1526 woofer will overwhelm the sub at anything above low volumes. The next two for the living room and master bedroom were ordered from Klipsch, and will arrive next week on Monday. They will be set at 50Hz for the living room's Cornwalls and Belles; the bedroom's will be set to 45 Hz for the LaScalas and Klipschorns. Gain in those two rooms will be +3dB as the rooms are much larger and the normal material listening volume is relatively low.All in all, very, very good. Does exactly what I want; compatible with Heritage, and in particular if you are looking to solve the Heresy (and to some degree, the LaScala) low bass response in a cost effective manner.

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                    (4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

                     
                    5.0

                    Justice

                    By Kolorado

                    from Argentina

                    About Me Audiophile, Movie Enthusiast

                    Pros

                    • Good Power Output
                    • Great Sound Quality

                    Cons

                      Best Uses

                      • Home Theater

                      Comments about Klipsch 10" Black Subwoofer:

                      In my previuos review I considered that the auto on/off swicth did not work. After 5 days in use it started working OK.

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                      (2 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

                       
                      4.0

                      The best for it's price

                      By Kolorado

                      from Argentina

                      About Me Audiophile, Movie Enthusiast

                      Pros

                      • Good Power Output
                      • Great Sound Quality

                      Cons

                      • Fake auto onoff switch

                      Best Uses

                      • Home Theater

                      Comments about Klipsch 10" Black Subwoofer:

                      Clear winner compared with other in the same price.

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