For the all around best subwoofers, we turn to Klipsch for help. And their response is the R-100SW 10 Subwoofer. Geared with an injection molded graphite woofer and 300 watts of peak power, the subwoofer can deliver deep bass from its front firing driver, while complimenting higher notes with its highly efficient digital amplifier.\r\n\r\nWhy We Like It - Klipsch R-100SW 10 Subwoofer\r\nKlipsch is known for high quality subwoofers, and this is no exception. With 300 watts of power and 32-120Hz to toy with, the R-100SW is both powerful and versatile.\r\n\r\nPerformance\r\nThe Injection Molded Graphite woofer cone is the MVP of the Klipsch Reference Front Firing Driver Subwoofer, the R-110SW. The low frequency response it offers is thanks to a combination of light material that\u2019s still very rigid. This also creates deep, clean bass notes. To compliment the 10-inch front firing spun copper IMG woofer is a high efficiency digital amplifier. It offers that extra detail to compliment the bass Klipsch is so well-known for. Frequency range of the Klipsch R-100SW 10 Subwoofer is 32-120Hz, though the BIC America F12 offers 25-250Hz. The subwoofer has a great 300 watts of peak power to play with. For more, the Polk Audio PSW505 has 500 watts.\r\nDesign\r\nOne aspect of the Klipsch R-100SW 10 Powered Subwoofer is the design, the finish in particular. The textured wood finish isn\u2019t for everyone, and certainly isn\u2019t the prettiest looking subwoofer on our list. To be fair, it doesn\u2019t affect performance, but will only fit in limited color schemes. It\u2019s a front firing copper spun woofer, which means sound comes from the front (or side), making it easy to place just about anywhere as opposed to down firing woofers. And it doesn\u2019t have a shortage of controls, such as phase control, line level LFE RCA inputs, and low pass crossover.\r\nValue\r\nWe didn\u2019t doubt the power behind the Klipsch speakers; the Reference series gets an A+ from us. However, its price should be called in for questioning. Is it a great price? That\u2019s debatable. The 10-inch Polk Audio PSW10 is definitely better for pound value; not as powerful but easier on your wallet if budget is a concern. With that said, the pricing for the Klipsch R-100SW 10 Subwoofer has dropped since its inception. If you\u2019re a fan of Klipsch, then $250 is a small price to pay for a powerful subwoofer, with free shipping.\r\nKlipsch R-100SW 10 Subwoofer Wrap Up\r\nIf you swear by Klipsch\u2019s subwoofers, and can look past the strange wood finish, the Klipsch R-100SW 10 Subwoofer is going to perform beautifully for you. It\u2019s got a good frequency range of 32-120Hz, 300 watts of power to play with, and deep bass. For music or for home theater, the Klipsch R-100SW 10 Subwoofer will fit right at home (no pun intended).