R-115SW Subwoofer

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The Reference 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.

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  • 15" spun-copper Cerametallic woofer
  • All-digital amplifier delivers 800 watts of dynamic power
  • Front-firing slot port with exclusive internal flare technology.
  • L/R line-level/LFE RCA inputs for compatibility with most receivers
  • For a simple wireless connection, add an optional Klipsch WA-2 Wireless Subwoofer Kit
  • Dimensions: 21.5" H x 19.5" W x 22.3" D
  • Brushed black polymer veneer cabinet with satin painted plinth
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Boom. Boom. Boom.

Rattle the windows and wake the neighbors with a Reference subwoofer. You've never felt your music and movies like this before.

It's worth noting that [the dual R-115SW subwoofers] did offer enough headroom to handle everything I threw at them. They are big subs with genuine room-shaking output that drops right into the infrasonic realm.

Mark Henninger | AVS Forum
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Happiness is Copper and Black

Mmm...copper cones.

The R-115SW, R-112SW and R-110SW boast spun-copper Cerametallic woofers that are exceptionally light yet extremely rigid – providing remarkably low-frequency response with minimal cone breakup and distortion. Basically more boom, less effort.

Low pass crossover and phase control allows you to blend the subwoofer’s low-frequency tones with other Klipsch speakers as well as establish the ideal level of bass. Get a smooth, even dispersion of bass that suits your room size and layout.

Available in three different sizes, these Reference Subwoofers are ready to rock the room, whatever size it may be.

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Tightness and punch are this sub's thing...This punchy character makes the R-115SW stand out a bit from most of the 15-inch subs I've tried.

Brent Butterworth | Home Theater Review