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Klipsch Synergy SUB-12 Subwoofer Speaker (Single, Black) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

by Klipsch

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  • A single powerful compact subwoofer speaker
  • Equipped with 12" down-firing woofer and BASHamplifier
  • FTC Rated Power: 300 watts continuous, Dynamic Power: 650 watts
  • Frequency Response: 24Hz - 120Hz +/- 3dB
  • Features a new industrial design that is refined and aggressive
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Product Specifications

Brand NameKlipsch
Color NameBlack w/Titanium accents
Depth7 inches
Driver Configuration12" Fiber-Composite downfiring, rear-ported
Frequency Response Curve24 - 120 Hz
Speaker Driver Material TypePaper
Maximum Speaker Depth (inches)7 inches
RMS Power Range - Amplifiers300 watts

Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Klipsch
  • Model: 1007279
  • Color Name: Black w/Titanium accents
  • Depth: 7 inches
  • Warranty: 5 Year Parts and Labor

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 19.9 x 15 x 18 inches ; 40.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 46.4 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0011YZ0CM
  • Item model number: 1007279
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #68,845 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 15, 2005

Product Description

Amazon.com

The Synergy Series SUB-12 subwoofer speaker delivers enough power and bass extension to shake foundations. It uses high-quality materials and the most reliable components to create a rock-solid impact that makes your movies and music come alive. In addition to its ability to play louder and go deeper than anything else in its class, the SUB-10 subwoofer features a newly refined, but aggressive, industrial design. Available in a black finish with titanium accents, this outstanding subwoofer matches the entire Synergy Series lineup in style—and in performance.

The Synergy Series SUB-12 subwoofer speaker gets its room-shaking intensity from a 12" down-firing driver, coupled to a highly efficient BASH(R) amplifier that creates 300 watts of continuous power and 650 watts of dynamic power. A phase control integrates the subwoofer with the other speakers in the system for consistent audio quality. An "auto power" feature enables the subwoofer to turn itself on and off (standby) automatically; a color LED display on the front of the subwoofer indicates whether the unit is "on" or in "standby" mode. Wrapping technical superiority and eye-catching cosmetics into one affordable package, the SUB-12 subwoofer perfectly anchors any home theater or two-channel system.

Product Description

A masterpiece of sound and design, the Synergy Series SUB-12 subwoofer shakes things up with its rock-solid performances. Its extraordinary power adds a dose of "reality" to movie explosions and other special effects, as well as reveals commonly elusive lower musical tones. The SUB-10 reaches deeper and hits harder thanks to a 12" down-firing driver coupled to a highly efficient BASH amplifier that creates 300 watts of continuous power and 650 watts of dynamic power. The subwoofer's built-in, steep-slope low-pass crossover is continuously adjustable from 40 to 120Hz. An "auto power" feature enables the subwoofer to turn itself on and off (standby) automatically, based on the presence or absence of an audio signal. A blue/red dual color LED display on the front of the subwoofer indicates whether the unit is on or in standby mode. In addition to delivering a bass impact that's beyond restraint, the SUB-12 features a new industrial design that is refined and aggressive.

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Buy this now and be amazed.
W. KINNARD
The previous sub had good bass response, but was very directional.
D. Senter
This sub is one of klipsch's best subs.
M. Cervantes

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

27 of 27 people found the following review helpful By D. Senter on May 15, 2008
I recently replaced a Polk Audio PSW-12 with the Synergy. This is an amazing upgrade. It mixes well with the Polk RTi-8 Fronts, and CSi-3 Center, R15 surround and Infinity Primus 250 Back Surround. All of these speakers are powered by an Onkyo 803.

The previous sub had good bass response, but was very directional. What I mean by that is I could hear the bass coming from the sub. It did not fill the room. The Synergy fills the room, and actually makes the bass sound like it is coming from the individual speakers. If you increase the gain, it will shake the house.

Installation was very simple. I used the LFE connection, and plugged it in to power. It also has an automatic power save mode, and a light on the front to let you know what mode it is in. Over all, a great value!
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By the on March 6, 2009
This sub is really loud and deep bass. You can set the crossover up to 120 and even if you set the gain (volume) to half it would fill up the room. Mine is 1000 sq ft with 12 ft ceiling.

The only issue I have is the materials used was cheap mdf and its HUGE but not too heavy. The amp broke after 1 month, good thing I bought it from an authorized dealer close to mine and got replaced.

Beware of those internet authorized dealer, apparently warranty for Klipsch does not include home service. You basically have to ship it to them at your own expense with the original box (oouch !!!).
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Albert H. Kleppe on August 2, 2008
This is a tremdous improvement over bass speakers I've owned in the past. Deeper, fuller and not boomy at all. You actually feel the sound much like listening to a large pipe organ. It's the best I've ever owned.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By xaeinstein on November 28, 2009
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I've had 4 subwoofers before owning this one: Polk, Velodyne and Yamaha amongst them.

I can write volumes on them - what I liked / didn't like / how long they lasted or didn't.

The Klipsch Synergy Woofer Sub-12 is by far the very best.

You really can NOT tell where the sound is coming from - but you feel and you KNOW is there/everywhere.
I use this with Klipsch F-3 Synergy front speakers as part of a 10 speaker dedicated home theater setup and the combo is truly outstanding.

Only knock on it is that it is HUGE - taller and bigger than most.
And the design is different from others - but I didn't buy it to look at it, I bought it to hear it.
Make sure you check out the dimensions.

What I love about is that you forget it exists - it does NOT interfere when it shouldn't as the sound is extremely clear.
You experience it rather than say "ahh there goes the subwoofer" -- it just blends in as needed seamlessly.
Your chest feels it when an explosion goes off or a crash takes place but even then the sounds just seems to come from all around you instead of from the box in the room.
With all the other subs I could always locate the sound.

Easy to use too: I have set mine on auto on/off. After the initial experimentation / fooling around with different settings during the first week or so, I have NEVER touched it since.

I've had it since June 2009.
Couldn't be happier.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Jordan Webber on February 24, 2009
Love it, Love it, Love it! Expensive but well worth the money. This thing can shake the entire house, but the best part about this sub is that it can augment the listening experience with good bass at almost any volume. Even if your listening at low volumes, this sub can add a layer of depth that wouldn't have been there otherwise. Don't think, just buy! You will not be sorry!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By DVMonkey on August 13, 2009
I have this sub in my Great room(Living room, Kitchen Dining room all in one giant room) and it has no problems shaking all doors and pictures in the room. once I tuned it to my speaker setup it sounds great(Awesome during Transformers on bluray). The only thing that bothers me is that its pretty light, so when the bass is really going good, sometimes the whole thing moves from the vibrations on the hardwood floor and the feet make a popping noise. I solved this by putting my wifes Yoga mat underneath it. (don't worry, she never uses it anyways)
I would, and have, recommended this sub to people looking for a great price/performance ratio.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Richard Thompson on August 3, 2009
KLIPSCH SYNERGY Sub-12: Unlike most people who purchase a Sub-woofer to add to their Home Theater (HT) system, I needed a Sub for another reason. I had to replace my 25 yr old Integrated Amplifier with a modern A/V Receiver. One thing I didn't forget was to pick a Receiver with Phono input for my turntable (26 yrs old). But, I didn't realize until a few days later, after figuring out how everything else worked on the new component, that it did not have a "loudness" button on it either. I didn't think about it at first because mine was always turned on. I only have one pair of speakers connected to it; a couple of Klipsch Heresy's that I have had forever. These small box speakers do not have much low-end response, maybe 50-60 Hz at most.

Well, the old "loudness" compensation would normally boost the low-end enough to be adequate for my listening purposes, but with this modern A/V Receiver, the speakers sounded very flat and turning the Bass up to its highest point didn't change things much. It was becoming obvious to me that the design of these 5.1 & 7.1 Surround Systems was that the designers really expect you to hook up a sub for "full-range sound" and that an adequate amount of bass response was missing from the standard left and right front channels even when I picked "Large" speakers in the set-up. So, off I went to the local Best Buy to listen to some of the models I found here on Amazon when I searched for Sub-woofer: Polk Audio, Klipsch, etc. My budget was $200 - $300 and I hoped the little Polk PSW10 would do what I needed since it had recently gone on sale for a substantial savings. But, after hearing the performance of the more powerful Klipsch models I knew I just had to have one.
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