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Boost the Bass with Klipsch Subwoofers

Whether you have a state-of-the-art home theater system or high-voltage audio system, a Klipsch subwoofer is a must-have. Klipsch subwoofers provide powerful bass that adds depth and layers to the sound on your favorite music, movies, and shows. They help deliver low-frequency sounds like a bass guitar or a pipe organ in music or explosions in movies. These Klipsch subwoofers are available in two different series, Reference and SPL. Reference-series Klipsch subwoofers feature spun copper IMG woofer cones. These cones are light but rigid for remarkable low-frequency response with minimal distortion or cone breakup for deep, clean bass. SPL-series subwoofers are a step up with spun copper Cerametallic™ woofers that are also light and rigid while offering even better performance while using less amplifier power. Additionally, Klipsch subwoofers feature built-in digital amplifiers for unparalleled power and high efficiency with true-to-source accuracy. This means you can experience movies or music the way their creators intended them to sound with sound details that fill the room. These devices do more than just project sound, though; they also help you feel sound with a rumbling effect. Their cabinet design eliminates distracting vibration. No matter which model you choose, Klipsch designs all their audio equipment for exceptional sound performance.

How to Choose a Klipsch Subwoofer

Klipsch subwoofers work together with your speakers to deliver sound the way it was intended to be heard. Hear hip hop and EDM favorites in quality so good, you'll feel like you're at a concert. Even if you don't necessarily listen to bass heavy music, a subwoofer contributes to a more complex soundscape. Experiment with the placement of your Klipsch subwoofer to ensure your favorite action movies sound the way you want them to. If your sound seems unbalanced, it's time to add another subwoofer. Klipsch subwoofers are available in front-firing and down-firing options. As their names suggest, down-firing models direct sound out of the speaker's bottom and front-firing direct sound out of the front. There isn't a major difference between these otherwise so it is mostly up to your budget and living space to determine which option is right for you; if you have downstairs neighbors, for example, you probably don't want a down-firing subwoofer shaking their ceiling.

It's also important to consider how your subwoofer blends with the sound coming from your other speakers. Luckily, Klipsch equips their subwoofers with a crossover knob. Controlling the crossover ensures that bass sounds come through properly. The proper crossover setting depends on which speakers you own, so be sure to check the Hz. As a rule, the crossover should be around 10 Hz above the speaker's lowest frequency range. If you have a multi-speaker setup, a second subwoofer will evenly distribute bass. Choosing the right subwoofer is essential to a high-quality audio experience, so we want to ensure you pick the right subwoofer. For more information about how subwoofers work and how to choose the right one for your home, check out our subwoofer buying guide. If you'd like to learn more or are looking for a specific product recommendation, call our AV experts at 800-860-3577.

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