Klipsch Synergy SUB-10 Subwoofer Speaker Review
The Klipsch Sub10 is a large, heavy device with a powerful built-in low frequency amplifier. The driver is Down Fire, so that the driver has tapered down. There is also a rear-facing opening. Below the rear port of the connections and controls.
The Klipsch Sub10 has adjustments for the period (corresponding to the in/out subwoofer driver motion to the satellite speakers), Gain (subwoofer volume) and Crossover (sets the point at which you create the subwoofer low-frequency sounds, against the ability of the satellite speakers to reproduce low frequency sounds).
The controls make for different types of satellite speakers simple matching. A disadvantage is that if you need to make adjustments, the controls are on the back of the subwoofer panel, and there is no remote control function that allows you to be set from your listening position.
The Sub10 produces excellent, very deep, tight bass. The Sub10 proved to be a good match for the rest of the speakers. DVD soundtracks with LFE effects, such as King Kong, Godzilla (1998), Master and Commander, The Lord of the Rings trilogy produce and U571, the Sub10 showed no fatigue or drop-off, all LFE effects at full effect.
For music, reproduced the Sub10 clean bass at some notable bass-notable cuts, like the famous sliding bass riff on Heart’s Magic Man, the Canon finale at the Eric Kunzel/Telarc recording of the overture in 1812 and Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon.
The Sub10 very well with the rest of the satellite speakers are mixed in the test setups, including the Klipsch Quintet III Compact 5-channel speaker system, and a second system, which included a pair of Klipsch B-3′s, Klipsch C-2 center channel and two JBL Venue Series 5-inch monitor speakers as rear surrounds.
The Klipsch Synergy Sub10 subwoofer is not just a powerful subwoofer. The sub 10 also delivers a clarity, strength, and undistorted deep bass response that you see on more expensive subs.
My overall impression of the Klipsch Synergy Sub10 is very postive. It is a true five-star winner. However, I would those who live in an apartment on the second floor care, downstairs neighbors will definitely notice!
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