SVS Prime Satellite 5.1 Home Theater Speaker Package
In any complete surround sound speaker system offered by subwoofer specialist SVS, you already know going in that the sub is going to be the star of the show. Sure, the SB-1000 Pro is their “entry-level” sub model, if you can truly call it that compared to comparably-priced midline powered subwoofers sold by competitors. It’s got the SVS Intelligent Control Interface on the rear panel (along with the connections) which provides control options for the subwoofer’s most critical functions. But even better is the convenient SVS bluetooth smartphone app which makes it easy to control volume, access DSP functions, and adjust crossover frequencies, the parametric EQ, polarity, room gain, and more from the palm of your hand.
In addition to your SVS 5.1 speaker system, you will also need to separately supply or select and purchase a surround sound receiver, as well as speaker wire, subwoofer cable, HDMI cables, et cetera to complete the proper installation of your home theater audio system.
All five of the identical front left and right, center channel, and rear left and right speakers are the compact two-way wall-mountable 8.9″ high, 4.9″ wide, 6.3″ deep, 6.5 pound SVS Prime Satellite [manufacturer’s link] [available as pair in Premium Black Ash] or [as a pair in Piano Gloss Black] or [as a pair or 3-pack in Piano Gloss White at Amazon] which feature a 1″ aluminum dome tweeter, a 4.5″ polypropylene cone midrange woofer, and a rear-firing port. Obviously, you can simply turn one of the satellites on its side if you prefer for use as the center channel speaker.
The deepest bass frequencies are handled effortlessly by the 13.5″ high, 13″ wide, 14.8″ deep, 26 pound SB-1000 Pro powered subwoofer [manufacturer’s link] [available in Premium Black Ash] or [Piano Gloss Black] or [Piano Gloss White at Amazon] with a 12″ front-firing high-excursion driver in a sealed enclosure powered by a Sledge STA-325D amplifier which puts out 325 watts continuous/820+ watts peak.