Klipsch R-115SW 800W Powered 15" Subwoofer

Klipsch R-115SW 800W Powered 15" Subwoofer

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R-115SW subwoofer is the perfect combination of power, sophisticated and heart-pounding bass. Packing a serious punch, the R-115SW will not only wake your neighbors, it'll piss them off. The way only Klipsch can. The R-115SW features a 15-inch spun-copper Cerametallic...

$ 899.00
  • Category: Klipsch, Klipsch, Subwoofers
R-115SW subwoofer is the perfect combination of power, sophisticated and heart-pounding bass. Packing a serious punch, the R-115SW will not only wake your neighbors, it'll piss them off. The way only Klipsch can. The R-115SW features a 15-inch spun-copper Cerametallic driver that is exceptionally light yet extremely rigid - providing remarkably low frequency response with minimal cone breakup and distortion. The front-firing slot port with proprietary internal geometry minimizes port noise for clean undistorted low frequencies. The built-in all-digital amplifier delivers ample power with high efficiency and true-to-source accuracy in reproduction.
  • Compact subwoofer with stylish finish Klipsch wraps the rigid MDF contruction with a durable black brushed polymer veneer that seamlessly blends with your existing system. Effortly match the R-115SW to any modern home theater décor.
  • SPUN COPPER FRONT-FIRING CERAMETALLIC WOOFERS Cerametallic spun copper drivers are incredibly lightweight in construction while maintaing their rigidity. The result is tight musical bass reproduction that adds depth to your favorite albums and movie soundtracks minimizing cone breakup and distortion.
  • All Digital Amplifier The integrated all digital amplifier supplies hard hitting powerful bass while maintaing efficiently reliable, highly accurate sound reproduction.
  • Front slot ports Deliver all of the low frequency energy to the listening area with the slot loaded port below the main woofer. Focusing the physicality of bass energy and allowing greater installation and placement flexibility.
  • MDF Plinth An incredible acoustic decoupling technique that allows you to hear the subwoofer, not the room.