Klipsch R-41M Speaker System $996 Review

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To deliver maximum bang for the buck, Klipsch pared down the features and connections of its R-100SW subwoofer ($349) to a bare minimum and put the focus on performance. To that end, there’s no wireless connection, speaker-level inputs, remote control, or low-voltage trigger. What it does have is a line-level input, a simple low-pass filter (that can be bypassed by turning its control dial up to the maximum setting), and a phase switch. It also features a forward-firing 10-inch version of Klipsch’s distinctive spun-copper woofer powered by a 300-watt (peak) class-D amplifier, all housed in a stout MDF cabinet.”




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