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be reviewing the SvS SB1000 subwoofer just how much bass can this small subwoofer offer and is it good for gaming. Let’s find out first off a big thanks to SvS for sending in the SB 1000 for review, but this is not a sponsored video. The views and opinions in this video are my own and Svs will not be seeing this video before it goes up on youtube and they have no say or no idea what I’m putting into the video also if you’re new to the channel I post home theater and gaming related content every single week. Just like the video you’re watching right now consider subscribing if you haven’t already and clicking that bell notification so you’ll never miss out when I upload a new video. Also I have some Amazon affiliate links in the description below which I get a small commission from when you click on one and buy anything.
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doesn’t cost you a dime now let’s get into the review in terms of tech specs. This sub is definitely no slouch. This is a sealed subwoofer with a front firing 12-inch high excursion driver, A 300 watts RMs class D sledge amplifier and a frequency response of 24 to 260 hertz on the front. We have an on off led and around the back. We have volume phase and crossover dial controls an auto standby slash on flip switch, a 12-volt trigger and stereo RCa ins and outs along with high level speaker inputs.
All Of All Of This Comes
in a sealed enclosure that’s 13.5 inches high 13 inches in width and 14. 6 inches deep with the grille on. It weighs in at about 27 pounds as far as build quality goes. According to the SvS website, the SB 1000 features rigid and strong cabinet construction and that’s definitely true here.
Even Though The Subway Is Only 27
pounds. This feels like a well thought out and premium subwoofer probably because it is it does come with a cloth grille and much like the prime wireless speakers I reviewed A couple weeks ago are framed in hard plastic along with wood on the inside for more structural support. The pegs are made out of hard plastic and sit in the cups pretty tightly and won’t be going anywhere once it’s on it is kind of a hassle getting the grille off because it sits so. tightly and snugly against the body which made me wish the grille was magnetic instead of using the standard pin cup system. Now the finish on the SB 1000 that was sent to me is premium black ash and this is great for me because it doesn’t really show fingerprints or dust and keeps my Ocd in check.
Svs Does Offer Other Finishes Including
piano gloss black and piano gloss white. Though you’ll pay a hundred dollars more for those than the premium black ash version Setting this up and connecting it is as straightforward as every other subwoofer connect your sub cable to the LFe input and turn the low pass filter crossover dial to Lfe set your crossover in your receiver and adjust the volume knob on the sub and that’s pretty much it if you need to use the line-level outputs just know that they have. a fixed 80 Hertz high pass filter that can’t be changed. Initially I worried that the overall sound quality output and extension of the sealed sp-1000 wouldn’t be able to match my other subwoofer. A 12-year-old ported SvS PB10 isd.
This Is Mainly Because Of The
common differences between ported and sealed subwoofers with sealed subwoofers typically having flatter response over their frequency range and better transient response with stop on a dime driver performance, but they also typically require more power to hit the same output level as a ported subwoofer, and they also don’t dig as deep into those octaves. As a ported subwoofer can such as 15 Hertz. For example, after taking my PB10 isd out and replacing it with the SB1000. I Reran Odyssey and honestly prepared to be disappointed. I’ve been in this hobby for about 20 years using ported subwoofers and i.
Thought That Theres No Chance A
sealed subwoofer could even compete and boy was I wrong on that one honestly. I was immediately struck with how clean and hard. The SB-1000 hit playing pretty much every bass heavy scene. I know of from Aquaman to war of the worlds. I just honestly could not believe my ears this tiny little box.
This 13 By 13 Cube Was Putting Out
monstrous bass that was literally shaking my couch. It sounded tight and effortless with zero distortion and this was even after having to jack the volume up to 70 percent on the sub itself during calibration to get a proper level. Music sounded equally as good with bass that can literally punch you in the chest. When the kick drum comes in this was definitely the case when watching the Metallica live concert slash movie mashup through the never playing games. The Sp 1000 Hooked up was equally as impressive booting up death Stranding, which has a lot of bass heavy moments in cut scenes and when turning in orders and coming across BTs.
I Was Just Constantly Impressed And Constantly
smiling from how great the Sp-1000 sounded here tight impactful bass that honestly dug a lot deeper than I expected. Really bass. Heavy games like modern warfare. For example, have a tactile feel to them that I just didn’t think a sealed subwoofer could ever pull off let alone one of this size and in this price range. According to rew room eq wizard i’m getting decent output down to 20 Hertz in my room, which while not as low as the 17 Hertz.
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I Get From My Pb10 Isd
is still amazing all things considered I’m truly and definitely impressed by the sound quality and performance of the sb1000. I recently made a video going over what I did to mix the sealed sp-1000 with my ported PB10 Isd if you’re interested. I’ll leave a link in the card above. If you want to check it out, so is the SB 1000 worth your money well honestly. It totally depends on your situation.
If You Have A Budget Of Around 500
and want a subwoofer with a small footprint that has tons of output and sounds way bigger than it actually is then in my opinion the SB 1000 is your best bang for buck subwoofer at 500. Because of the small footprint. You can literally place it anywhere in your listening area and it won’t stick out. However, If size and space aren’t a concern and you want more low-frequency extension and want to stay around that 500 mark, then I definitely recommend checking out the PB 1000, which is essentially a upgraded newer version of my PB10 isd both subwoofers will work great in a home theater. They sound excellent with music movies and video games and honestly.
Ive Been A Huge Svs Fan For
many many years and they still make quality subwoofers that outperform a lot of their competition in a given price range. The SvS sp 1000 in my opinion is an amazing value if you enjoyed this review and found it helpful please give it a big thumbs up. It It lets me know that you appreciate this type of content thank you everyone for watching and I’ll see in the next one where I’m sitting at Circle K with my friend and then a future version of ourselves shows up in a phone booth UK at all.
The SvS SB1000 subwoofer has a front firing 12-inch high excursion driver, A 300 watts RMs class D sledge amplifier and a frequency response of 24 to 260 hertz on the front . It weighs in at about 27 pounds as far as build quality goes . The SB 1000 comes in a sealed enclosure that’s 13.5 inches high 13 inches in width and 14.&6 inches deep with the grille on . The sub is definitely no slouch. Even though the subway is only 27 pounds. This feels like a well thought out and premium subwowoofer probably because it is it does come with a cloth grille and much like the prime wireless speakers I reviewed A couple weeks ago are framed in hard pla . The views and opinions in this video are my own and Svs will not be seeing this video before it goes up on youtube and they have no say or no idea what I’m putting into the video . Also I have some Amazon affiliate links in the description below…. Click here to read more and watch the full video