Klipsch has released four new subwoofers that are designed to match the power and performance of its top-selling Reference Premiere speakers. The high-performance Klipsch Reference Premiere series subwoofers are hyper-efficient with the optimal balance between amplifier power, driver capability, and cabinet volume. Reference Premiere subwoofers achieve maximum low-frequency extension with great output, accuracy, and speed.
The Klipsch Reference Premiere series subwoofers consists of four powered models:
- RP-1600SW (US MSRP $1799) has a 16-inch woofer with 1600W of peak power
- RP-1400SW (US MSRP $1399) has a 14-inch woofer with 1000W of peak power
- RP-1200SW (US MSRP $999) has a 12-inch woofer with 800W peak power
- RP-1000SW (US MSRP $749) has a 10-inch woofer with 600W peak power
All models utilize a front-firing spun copper Cerametallic woofer delivers low-frequency response with minimal distortion. The built-in, high-efficiency amplifier features an analog preamp design, which maintains the original signal path for cleaner, true-to-source reproduction. The Class D output stage ensures maximum efficiency for maximum output, detail, and low-frequency power. Proprietary internal geometry with a new Aerofoil slot port design minimizes port noise for clean undistorted low frequencies. The RCA and WA-2 wireless inputs can be used simultaneously, enabling a single subwoofer to connect to multiple speaker systems in a room.
Scratch-resistant ebony vinyl finish looks like real wood and covers the entire cabinet while rounded corners, shock-absorbing rubber feet, steel grille posts, and a woven cloth grille ensure a premium look and feel.
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