SVS has announced a ‘lifestyle-friendly’ piano gloss white finish for the SB-2000 Pro subwoofer, priced at $899.99. The SB-2000 is the company’s most popular model and joins other speakers and subwoofers (including Ultra Bookshelf, Prime Elevation, Prime Satellite and Prime Wireless Powered speakers, as well as SB-1000 sub) in getting a limited edition white makeover, all of which are detailed here.

The SB-2000 Pro subwoofer includes a 12-inch high-excursion SVS driver and 550 watts RMS, 1,500+ watts peak power Sledge STA-550D amplifier with discrete MOSFET output. Also onboard is a 50MH Analog Devices Audio DSP with 56-bit filtering and there are processing features facilitating in-room tuning and optimized frequency response curves.

SVS drivers in the sub feature dual ferrite magnet motor assemblies with long-throw parabolic surrounds for ‘extreme excursion with room-pressurizing SPLs.’ A lightweight and rigid aluminum vented cone with composite fiber dustcap results in ‘accurate response’ including at intense listening levels. As with the SVS flagship 16-Ultra sub, the SB-2000 allows from-seat control and custom presets via a DSP smartphone app for Apple, Android and Amazon devices. App control features include crossover adjustment, three-band parametric EQ and room gain manipulation.

The SB-2000 Pro subwoofer with piano gloss white finish is available now at $899.99, while the premium black ash finish version is priced at $799.99. You can see all products in the SVS range on their website here, and follow the company on various social media platforms.



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