THX-1200-SW SUBWOOFER

£2,205.00

Klipsch

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THE THX-1200-SW IS A COMPACT, HIGH-OUTPUT, LOW-DISTORTION PASSIVE SUBWOOFER.
It is suitable for use in any high-performance home theatre or music system.
A pair of THX-1200-SW’s driven by a KA-1000-THX amplifier meet all requirements for THX Ultra2 certification. Although a single THX1200-SW does not satisfy the stringent THX Ultra2 maximum output specification, which assumes a very large room, it is more than adequate for a typical small or medium-sized room.
Either configuration is capable of intense, powerful deep-bass reproduction, with no loss of clarity or detail at even the highest levels demanded by modern action-movie soundtracks. The cabinet is front-ported to maximize installation flexibility.

THE THX-1200-SW IS BUILT AROUND A CASTFRAME, LONG-THROW DRIVER WITH A 12-INCH CERAMETALLIC™ CONE.
Propelling it is a powerful motor structure with a huge, 240-ounce magnet. This rugged, no-compromise driver is capable of staggering output without breakup or distortion.

CONSTRUCTION IS TO THE HIGHEST STANDARD.
With a professional grade rabbet and dado locked panel cabinet and premium components throughout to ensure sonic purity, consistency, and reliability. Each subwoofer enclosure has a NL2 SpeakOn™ input for correct, secure amplifier connections, and each THX-1200-SW is supplied with a 20-foot THX Ultra certified speaker cable terminated with NL2 SpeakOn connectors.

The world's finest theatre operators choose Klipsch cinema systems because they deliver the full impact of the most intense action movie soundtracks without sacrificing musical definition. When designing the THX-1200-SW subwoofer, Klipsch applied its theatre experience to bring the same powerful, deep-driving bass to the comforts of home.

  • Very high output capability (130dB @ 30Hz
  • 12” Cerametallic cast-frame, long-throw driver with 240-ounce magnet structure
  • Front-ported enclosure for maximum installation flexibility
  • NL2 SpeakOn inputs for correct, secure amplifier connection
  • Top-of-the-line internal wiring