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SVS Sound President's Day Outlet Speaker & Subwoofer Sale: SB-3000 (Black Ash)

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SVSound.com is having their President's Day Outlet Sale on select Gently-Used Speakers and Subwoofers. Shipping is free. Thanks Buckeyefan 1 & ksnh [discuss]

Note, condition is stated on product page. All outlet special products are guaranteed to look and perform like-new (unless otherwise specified) and carry a full 5 year Unconditional Warranty and complete Bill of Rights Coverage.

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  • SB-3000 (Black Ash, No damage, factory inspected & tested) $949.99
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No Longer Available:
  • SB-1000 (Black Ash, No damage, factory inspected & tested) $399.99
  • SB-2000 (Black Ash, No damage, factory inspected & tested) $649.99
  • PB-3000 (Black Ash, No damage, factory inspected & tested) $1,249.99
  • PB-4000 (Black Ash, No damage, factory inspected & tested) $1,499.99
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Some will have slight blemishes - see description. $50 to $100 extra off for blems.
I apologize in advance for typos, will correct as I catch them. Lot of inventory and finishes available. SB is sealed, PB is ported.

Some examples:

SB2000 $599 - $699

PB2000 $649 - $699

PB1000 $349 - $399

SB12NSD $349 - $399

PB12NSD $449 - $499

PB3000 $1199 - $1249

PB4000 $1499 -$1599

SB4000 $999 - $1099

PB16 Ultra $1899 - $1999

SB16 Ultra $1399

SB2000 $599 - $1049

SB1000 $399 - $549

Prime Bookshelf $229

Prime Center $249 - $299

Prime Elevation $179 - $219

Prime Pinnacle Tower $649 - $749

Prime Satellite $109 - $129

Prime Tower $349 - $449

Prime Wireless Speaker $499

Ultra Surround $349












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Does anybody know if they are going to put up anymore PB-1000 tomorrow on President's Day?
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Kick drum and floor tom will be 45-60Hz.
I see. this is my first experience with SVS. I think I agree with insane*.* the Sb12 -NSD hits amazing lows I have not often felt before (possibly as low as 14-18 hz given room gain). However, running it with KEF Q100 (a bright, 3dimensional sound) for some types of music, also gives a weak mid-base. I spoke to customer support who recommended the Pro series as having a strong mid-base. I guess if you have towers the SB12 would be perfect, esp. @399$

However, if you are running small bookhelf mains like I am, then a step up the line might be in order. I might also consider the HSU (though I love SVS customer support so far)
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Thinking about picking up a PC-2000, any tips for a beginner on how to setup this sub? Currently have 5.0 set of Pioneer Andrew Jones connected to a Sony STR-DN840. I have the 8" sub from the same Pioneer AJ lineup but it's disconnected because I couldn't get rid of the constant low hum from the sub. Is the PC-2000 too much sub for my measly AJ speakers?
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Huh??
What's confusing here? My Point is you shouldn't "hear" your subs, especially for music. You want them to disappear into the mix. The way you know you're there is the only way you can tell if they're on is by turning them on and off.
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I wonder how many of the commenters here have actually had the same sub in both ported (such as the PB2000) and sealed (SB2000)? It seems that some folks have posted their strong opinions with YouTube videos and all to support their bias towards ported subs for HT use.

I have not tried both in the same speaker, but I have had ported Valodyne, and Klipsch subs before finally buying the SB2000 that's offered in this deal, and for movies AND music it completely obliterates anything I have heard in my home before. Didn't even know I could be this happy with a sub. It thumps me right in the chest, and rumbles gently right on cue in most movies. And musically it hits just so sweetly.

I highly recommend trying both sealed and ported just to be certain you are getting what you want, and I understand that SVS allows you to swap. Me, I was so happy with the sealed SB2000 I have no need to try another. I love the tight bass I get.

And by the way, I'm running mid-range Klipsch satellite/bookshelf/center channel type speakers with this in a 5.1 setup, and my room is about 12x14. The blending that the SB2000 does is amazing. I've got mine siting in the front, just left of the projection screen so on the left side, and it's hard to tell where it's coming from sometimes. But even most times when I can I just marvel at how good it sounds.
I have the pc2000 and sb2000 so can compare directly. The sb2000 was my first and I grinned ear to ear when I plugged it in. Never heard anything like it. So quick and detailed. The pc ported cylinder was next and although it impressed me it didn't give me the same smile that the sealed sub gave me. I will say I think I prefer the cylinder sub/ported sub for movies more as it seems less localized and less punchy. It feels like it's working less hard and blends with home theater affects more so than the sealed sub. For music, there there's no contest and the sealed sub sounds much better. As it stands now I have them both hooked up and running on discrete separate sub offer outs. Getting the best of both worlds.
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This is exactly what the svs rep said could be this issue. He had me hook my phone up to the sub with an rca cable and play some edm. The thing rattles my house! So it probably is my reciever, but he also said to use a Y splitter on the sub cable and plug into the two lfe plugs on the sub, then the sb12 amp will boost the signal +6db. Might be helpful for others having similar issues. I ordered a splitter and will update when I receive it. Might be looking for a slick deal on an AVR in the near future haha.
Speakers set to small or large? If set to large, your low frequencies LFE are not making it to your sub but going to your mains. Set your mains as small and all LFE and bass at your crossover settings will got your sub.
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Speakers set to small or large? If set to large, your low frequencies LFE are not making it to your sub but going to your mains. Set your mains as small and all LFE and bass at your crossover settings will got your sub.
They are set to small. Basically the svs has helped me realize im not going to get the"punch" I'm looking for from a sealed sub. Now I need to sell the sb12-nsd so I can get myself a nice big pb-2000.
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SVS subs are more geared towards ultra low frequencies (<20HZ). Those who prefer midbass should look elsewhere (PSA, rythmik, HSU,monolith). I had dual SVS PC-2000s & sold them for that reason. For almost the same price, you could get a HSU VTF3-MK5 which has significantly more mid bass (equal to PB-16 ULTRA midbass) for less than half the price. I personally went with PSA.

But SVS customer service & warranty is second to none. Don't get me wrong. SVS makes good subs. But their value per dollar is low. If CS is more important, you should go with SVS.

Hope this helps someone.
I wonder if the new "pro" series upgrades have fixed the midbase issue?
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SVS SB3000 vs Monoprice monolith m15-s? Similar price and similar specs I think...
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I wonder if the new "pro" series upgrades have fixed the midbase issue?
Don't think so. Its just a marginally better amp with bluetooth. Don't expect much midbass improvements.
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Most of the cheaper subs sold out! Got my SB12-NSD today. Love it so far. Always hated the port chuffing from my Polk at peak sound. Now thats gone.
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What's left that's good
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The ones with blemishes are new units ? Or are they used ones with 5 year warranty.

I have 2 * Bic f12 and considering selling those to get the 350$ subs
SVS will knock your socks off, make your bic subs sound like tin cans. I'm late to this, but nice knowledge for the future <3
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