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El producto llegó con manchas en la parte superior y un pin RCA roto atascado en uno de los conectores. Al cable RCA enviado con él le faltaba un pin. Afortunadamente, encontré un video de Youtube sobre cómo quitar los pines RCA atascados.
I want to make it clear that I been wanting a Klipsch sub for a long time. I resisted buying a cheaper lesser brand for months. My expectations were prepared to be disappointed as everything in 2020 has been. And for 1 day I was over the moon happy with this product. It was the very next morning that I could hear a low hum from the sub. At first I thought I forgot to put in Auto power on mode. It was in auto. I moved the switch to On, no change same hum. Off position no hum. So I ordered a major over kill of a RCA cable thinking I may have damaged the old one during the install somehow. I removed the old rca from the sub and the hum stopped. I removed the other end from my receiver thinking it may be loopback ground issue between the 2 devices. I then plugged in the sub side back in. The hum was instant and even louder. From what I am seeing on Klipsch's forum and many others is the same issue. It's not a defect it's working exactly as intended! What the actual F*#@!!!!
This sub's Amp design is garbage. The problem is the subs 2 (3rd is ground) prong power cord which means the Amps power section is using a floating ground. When you connect your RCA cable the sub will make a low 60ish hz Hum. This is even before its even connected to your receiver (so not a loopback ground issue with anything but itself). Took a lot of forum hunting to understand the issue. No magic RCA cable is going to fix this. I have tried several high end cables and they made zero difference. Odds are like me you will not notice right away. As you will be busy making it hum on purpose playing movies and music. It's later when it should be in sleep mode you will hear the hum. Same cables different amp with 3 prong power cable no hum. If you don't mind the constant hum the sub will do its job and make loads of bass. Above 80hz the enclosure will resonate a bit, but from a few feet away it's not that noticeable.
A lot of people say this thing hits hard...well it doesn’t at all...I have hooked it up to three different amps I use and the sound is not good at all...I can’t even get over the fact that klipsch made this.. I have a pair of klipsch kg4.2 and those speakers hit hard then this subwoofer worse thing is I am out the money because Amazon won’t return it
The sound coming out of the speakers was great and the price was right… except it was too loud. No joke. We had a new receiver and we hooked up this subwoofer… had the tv on turned up only moderately. The walls of the house were deeply shaking from the bass sections of the tv show and the lightbulbs were rattling. No exaggerating for effect here. The volume wasn’t turned up high. I had to apologize to my neighbors. The subwoofer seemed to overpower the voice. I really wanted to like it. It pumps up amazing sound, but it’s way way too powerful.
I was super excited to see the price of this drop for Black Friday. I was then incredibly let down when I plugged it in and get everything all set up... only to hear it rattle like crazy when in use. The particle board tie strap on the inside of the cabinet is broke in two, so I don't know if it was dropped or what. To be honest, the whole enclosure is very cheaply made. When time permits, I will build my own and swap over the amp board and speaker.
They are loud. That's about everything good I can say about them. I have two of these and they don't hold a candle to the JBL es550p they were intended to replace.i was a sound engineer for band s for over 30 years and I'm really really picky about accurate sound. These are muddy, boomy, and don't go much on either side of whatever frequency the port is tuned to. I had to pull the jbl back into the studio to make up for the lack of clarity. One jbl is louder and clearer than two of these. Don't waste your money. You only get what you pay for.
Awesome sound and beautiful cabinet, but I was sort of banking on the auto-on feature to work so I could put this thing in a hard to get to place. It is not working, and when everything else is off it has enough of a hum to be quite audible when trying to sleep.
I got this sub to pair with my Klipsch 600Ms in my office. It's set up in a 2.1 stereo config with an Arcam SR250. I should have stuck with the SPL series. This one cannot keep up with the 600Ms when I'm pushing them hard. On the other end, it doesn't have the subtleties that you get from the SPL at lower volumes. Unfortunately, I missed my return window, otherwise I'd send it back and the the SPL 120
I'm not much of an audiophile so I can't comment too much on the quality of sound. I purchased 4 of these, two immediately began chuffing and were replaced under warranty. Now the other two are starting to have issues, one doesn't make sound at all, the other is making farting noise. I would personally spend a bit more money for something else