- Driver: 12”
- Amplifier: 325 watts RMS (820 watts peak), Class D
- Frequency Response:
- 20Hz to 270Hz (+/-3dB)
- In-Room Low Freq – 18Hz
- Dimensions (W x H x D):
- With Grille: 13" x 13.5” x 14.76”
- Without Grille: 13" x 13.5” x 13.9”
- Weight: 26.1lbs
- Subwoofer Specs
- Protective non-resonant extra-thick ABS fabric mesh grill
- Iso-elastomer feet included
- Extra heavy-duty, high current power cord 6'
- Quick Start Guide
- Unbalanced stereo input/output
- Speaker Level Stereo Input
- Auto/On and Trigger options through app, 3-12V AC/DC trigger
- RoHS compliant, lead-free construction, world-wide safety certifications
- Green 0.5-watt low standby power consumption
- Driver Specs
- All-new proprietary 12-inch long-throw driver with high-precision tuned overhung motor configuration.
- 33lb (3.78kg) pound Woofer with 5.73lb (2.6kg) pounds motor
- 3mm Xmax, 26.9mm Xmech precision aligned excursion
- 5” diameter Voice Coil with high current 6-layer high-purity copper wire windings
- Premium high-purity copper voice coil winding design minimizes distortion and power compression with maximum heat dissipation, linearity, and tuned magnetics for high excursion
- Two-piece high grade oversized Y30 Ferrite magnet motor
- High-Temperature 3003-H18 aluminum former/bobbing
- 6” composite cotton-poly extreme excursion linear spider
- Dual 24-strand copper-alloy high-temperature leads
- Proprietary injection molded gasket and NBR extreme-excursion surround
- Lightweight treated Fiber Composite cone for enhanced sensitivity and transient response
- Top plate assembly with low carbon 1010 steel for optimal magnetics
- Oversized low carbon 1008 steel T-yoke with integrated pole piece extension for maximum cooling and electromagnetics
- 12” premium powder-coated basket with FEA optimized analysis for maximum rigidity, tensile strength, and energy transference
- Oversized motor system for driving full excursion and industry best SPL, with pinpoint transient speed
- Precision machining for motor and narrow tolerance suspension parts ensure flawless linearity at full range of excursion
- Amplifier Specs
- 325 watts RMS, 820+ watts peak power output Class D design
- 50Mhz Analog Devices Audio DSP, high-resolution double precision 56bit filtering
- Wide input voltage bandwidth compliant for consumer and pro audio up to 4V line-level input.
- High efficiency LLC resonant SMPS with 17A 650V MOSFET, resonant switching results in lower EMI and highest efficiency.
- Cool-running Class D amplifier switching topology with massive 34A 120V MOSFET’s
- SVS BLE control app for iOS and Android
- 3 complete User presets – name-able, customizable
- iOS (iphone5 or newer) or Android (4.42 or newer)
- 3 PEQ’s per preset
- Adjustable low pass, phase, polarity, 3 PEQs, room gain compensation, control for best alignment with speakers
- Customer EQ and DSP limiter settings specifically for the 1000 Pro
- Input impedance 16kohm (unbalance RCA)
- Input impedance 20kohm (speaker level)
- New Intelligent Feature control (IFC) user interface on the amplifier with bright blue 11 LED bar display and easy push-button controls.
Customer Reviews for SVS SB-1000 Pro 12" 325W Sealed Box Subwoofer
However..... This one and only exception is warranted.
This subwoofer is a monster and should be chased down the village square with pitchforks and torches........
The shear amount of effortless, solid, crisp bass is amazing. I've been a Klipsch subwoofer fan boy for 30 years before making the switch....
It took me a long time to learn haw to use the app. Biggest issue is that how it works doesn’t jive with what I thought I knew about subwoofers ant their operating frequencies. For example, my speakers bottom out at 50hz so I set the low frequency pass filter a a few clicks below that. That had no positive effect. I had to raise it to 150hz to get any real audible effect. played with the slope and ended up leaving it in the default 12db setting and 150hz to get the best result.
This brings me to my next point: It’s my understanding that low frequencies are pretty much non-directional so I’ve located my sub off to one side of the left channel speaker. It seems to me that the sub is in fact adding more to that left side than the right. That said, it could be that my settings have higher frequencies coming through to the sub that in fact do boost the left side. Again, still playing with this.
Third, as stated above I’m using a low power vacuum tube set up that has a quality that I really like. This sub is obviously a solid state device that adds it’s own quality that may be detracting from what I like about my tube gear.
Lastly, I’m low vision and was hoping that the app could be integrated into my accessibility features on my desktop iMac. I haven’t figured out how to do that yet.
I can’t really fault the product for any of these issues, but I’m not so sure that it has really added what I wanted to my system.
the only thing is the sub is more 22.5/23 hz at +- 3 db i have mesured it with rew and a calibrating mic. with eq i can get down to 21, and drops quicly after. which is perfect for me. it's more a musical sub and 2nd a movie sub. Bass is tight but remember it has a dsp already if you do a loud party with it, it's better to have a 35hz LF cut to save the sub for the most efficient frequency it can do.