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Are you sure it's SB-2000 ?
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Must be based on size. PB-2000 are much taller.
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No price in title
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Best price I've seen, wish is was pb2000. I have the sb12 nsd, excellent sub for the price.
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Are you sure it's SB-2000 ?
Pretty much certain. Fry's price on black gloss SB-2000 is originally $800, which is the original price for this deal. Fry's PB-2000 at $800 is not glossy. The description matches SVS's personal website pretty much exactly. for the SB-2000.
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I have been checking frys' online add throughout the week, and have seen the SB-2000 black gloss come and go several times in their audio sale section. When I would add it to cart and apply promo nothing would happen, price would stay 800$. This is probably why. It was a one day sale.
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I know there's a difference between ported vs. sealed, but opinions on this sub for $500 or the Monolith 12" that I ordered yesterday for $640. 100% use for home theater, little to no use for music. I know ported should be better for HT, but is it going to be worth the price difference?
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is it better to get sealed if youre using for home theater and music? and ported if primarily for HT?
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is it better to get sealed if youre using for home theater and music? and ported if primarily for HT?
Sealed is generally more musical, and ported generally has more thump.

I had one of these and it had a noisy amp (could hear static when disconnected from a source). They replaced the amp for free and the second had the same issue. They ended up giving me a deal and trade in on an SB13 Ultra which didn't have the problem (and turned out to be way better for my room/system).
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I know there's a difference between ported vs. sealed, but opinions on this sub for $500 or the Monolith 12" that I ordered yesterday for $640. 100% use for home theater, little to no use for music. I know ported should be better for HT, but is it going to be worth the price difference?
I have owned the SB-2000 for a month now. I can't compare it against the 12inch monolith, but I have done a lot of research on the 10inch monolith. If space is not a concern, and you are using for movies, the monolith ported 12 will in most situations destroy this. I needed a compact solution, and the sb2000 does dig deep for its size, but I am still left wanting more. I am getting another SB-2000 to go dual subs as I can hide another small sub behind my tv (but would much prefer the monolith 12)
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I have owned the SB-2000 for a month now. I can't compare it against the 12inch monolith, but I have done a lot of research on the 10inch monolith. If space is not a concern, and you are using for movies, the monolith ported 12 will in most situations destroy this. I needed a compact solution, and the sub-2000 does dig deep for its size, but I am still left wanting more. I am getting another SB-2000 to go dual subs as I can hide another small sub behind my tv (but would much prefer the monolith 12)
Thanks for the reply, repped!
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Is this returnable, if it's not the SB2000?
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I know there's a difference between ported vs. sealed, but opinions on this sub for $500 or the Monolith 12" that I ordered yesterday for $640. 100% use for home theater, little to no use for music. I know ported should be better for HT, but is it going to be worth the price difference?
Easily worth the difference. If you want to save money and still want something to dig under 20hz, the pb1000 would work. Sometimes they go on sale for $350-400. The Mono 12" is a solid sub for the money though.
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Is this returnable, if it's not the SB2000?
Should be.. I've never had an issue returning anything to fry's
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