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SVS Sound Outlet Subwoofer Sale: SB-2000 EXPIRED

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SVS Sound is has various SVS Subwoofers on sale listed below. Shipping is free. Thanks CFC

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SVS Sound Outlet [svsound.com] is running an outlet store sale with various subs on sale.
All items include their 5-year warranty and shipping is free.

https://www.svsound.com/collectio...subwoofers

Examples:They're also giving a 5% discount for dual sub purchase with discount code GODUAL19

I'd been eyeing the PB-1000 myself, so pretty happy about it.

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What's the difference between SB and PB? Which one is more appropriate for home theater?
I believe SB is sealed, PB is ported. Either will be appropriate.
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What's the difference between SB and PB? Which one is more appropriate for home theater?
Just a guess without looking it up, but I'd say Sealed Box/Ported Box.
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What's the difference between SB and PB? Which one is more appropriate for home theater?
It looks like the PB is ported series. Home theater generally would go with ported for the deep low rumbles. I think some people prefer sealed for music due to being more responsive. Ported hits louder too.
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Would I see a jump moving from 2 PB12-NSD to 2 SB-2000? My theater room is still eating up the two PB12s.
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Keep in mind, sealed SB will not perform well in large room, IMO it is perfect for small rooms only. If you are after movies, ported Sub is the way to go
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I saw some chart on some fancy pants website and the difference between the SB/PB in low range (18/19hz) was negligible. Can any expert chime in before I buy an SB-2000? (I listen to a lot of music but I also enjoy watching movies really loud)
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For $200 less than outlet price and $300 less than the normal price, the $399 RSL Speedwoofer 10s has nearly identical measurements as the $599/$699 SVS SB-2000.

"The CEA-2010 output measurements are excellent for a subwoofer [RSL Speedwoofer 10s] of this size and price. They're almost the same as I measured from the SVS $699 SB-2000, which has a 12-inch driver and a 500-watt amp; the SB-2000 averages +0.6 dB more output between 40 and 63 Hz and -0.1 dB less output between 20 and 31.5 Hz. Both of those results are within CEA-2010's margin of error."

https://hometheaterreview.com/rsl...ed/?page=2
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Whoa whoa whoa, this can handle both 110v and 220v???
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How is sb-2000 compare with 12" monolith?
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Whoa whoa whoa, this can handle both 110v and 220v???
I'm certain most modern equipment, if not all, can support 110~220V seamlessly.
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I saw some chart on some fancy pants website and the difference between the SB/PB in low range (18/19hz) was negligible. Can any expert chime in before I buy an SB-2000? (I listen to a lot of music but I also enjoy watching movies really loud)
I have cheap BIC F-12 for movies, and it effortlessly fills large room with bass, sealed SB-1000 on the other hand struggles big time and I can barely feel lows. However, in a small 10x12 room, it sounds amazing. I love it for musing, it is tight and does not overwhelm other frequencies like my other ported sub does.
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I purchased the sb-16 during their last sale and i would not simply quantify sb vs pb as music vs movie. I use my sb-16 for more movie than music and i have to say it is amazing. I have an open floor plan (family room open to kitchen) in a fairly large house and i can hear the bass near my master.

Given what i say, if appearance (the pb-16 is huge) isnt an issue i would have purchased the pb-16.
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SVS is so good! I still have the water heater looking one from early 2000
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I have cheap BIC F-12 for movies, and it effortlessly fills large room with bass, sealed SB-1000 on the other hand struggles big time and I can barely feel lows. However, in a small 10x12 room, it sounds amazing. I love it for musing, it is tight and does not overwhelm other frequencies like my other ported sub does.
In using a F-12 right now in a 10X18ish room. Just inst satisfying what i want. Also, I would be getting the SB-2000 not the 1000. 2000 should be significantly better than the 1000 right?
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It looks like the PB is ported series. Home theater generally would go with ported for the deep low rumbles. I think some people prefer sealed for music due to being more responsive. Ported hits louder too.
A lot depends on what the port is tuned to. Sealed boxes can be better at ultra low subsonic frequencies, where you really feel it. Ported tend to be tuned in the oomph oomph oomph techno range.
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