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Klipsch RW-5802 II + RSA-500

Passive in-wall subwoofer with matching amplifier

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Our take on the Klipsch RW-5802 II + RSA-500

I love solid, driving bass as much as anyone, but sometimes find that a floor-standing subwoofer box messes with my feng shui. That's what makes the Klipsch RW-5802 II such a great investment. Dual 8" Cerametallic™ woofers provide low-end response down to 45 Hz, and the whole assembly is designed to be mounted in-wall, with a paintable grille, so it work its magic without being an eyesore. The RW-5802 II is an updated version of a classic Klipsch design, so you know it's a time-tested way to deliver bass that enhances your enjoyment of music and movies.

Deep in-wall bass for your living space

I love solid, driving bass as much as anyone, but sometimes find that a floor-standing subwoofer box messes with my feng shui. That's what makes the Klipsch RW-5802 II such a great investment. Dual 8" Cerametallic™ woofers provide low-end response down to 45 Hz, and the whole assembly is designed to be mounted in-wall, with a paintable grille, so it work its magic without being an eyesore. The RW-5802 II is an updated version of a classic Klipsch design, so you know it's a time-tested way to deliver bass that enhances your enjoyment of music and movies.

Plus a matching amplifier

Finding the right amplifier to power a subwoofer can be difficult. Klipsch has taken the worry out of that equation: the RW-5802 II and included RSA-500 amp are literally made for each other. The amp provides 300 watts of reliable power when driving one subwoofer, and you can double down on bass by adding a second subwoofer (not included) to the same amp, and wiring for 4 ohms. The amp's standard chassis width and attractive aluminum face plate allow it to fit in easily with your other components.

Product Highlights:

    RW-5802 II in-wall subwoofer:
    • two 8" Ceremetalic™ woofers
    • frequency response 45-140 Hz (±4dB)
    • MDF baffle
    • sealed integrated enclosure for maximum installation flexibility
    • mounting hardware, anti-rattle isolation pads included
    • paintable bezel and rustproof aluminum grille
    • 11-13/16"W x 20-13/16"H x 3-3/4"D
    • weight: 22 lbs.
    • warranty: lifetime
    RSA-500 amplifier:
    • 300 watts (mono) RMS into 8 ohms (500 watts into 4 ohms when driving two subwoofers)
    • frequency response 20-1,000 Hz (±3 dB)
    • high-efficiency BASH (Bridged Amplifier Switching Hybrid) amplifier
    • continuously variable 40-120 Hz low-pass crossover
    • speaker-level and line-level inputs and outputs
    • unfiltered LFE (Low Frequency Effects) input for connection to a home theater receiver's subwoofer output
    • EQ switch for use with different subwoofers
    • adjustable phase control
    • signal-sensing auto on/off mode
    • rack ears included
    • black anodized aluminum face plate
    • detachable AC power cord
    • 17"W x 3-1/2"H x 12-5/8"D
    • warranty: 2 years
    • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
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    Why did you buy this?

    expensive but really want to eliminate my floor subwoofer [ Mark  Nov 12, 2017 ]

    1 question already asked

    Ideally, you would want one in front in the same location as the center channel. It might be worth running the wire through the wall to behind where you are sitting, opposite the front sub, and just buying the second sub if one isn't enough. Each room is different, so you never really know until you turn the whole thing on. I have a smaller room and one is enough, but I have debated getting a second just for the sake of feeling it even more. In any case, the amp will handle two subs, so, if you have the wire in the wall, you can always get a second sub later. [ Kyle  Sep 21, 2018 ]
    Not really I actually returned mine as it was not loud enough. I purchased two 10 inch powered floor klipsch subwoofers instead as not enough volume from this set up [ Robert  Sep 21, 2018 ]
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