May 12, 2020Read More
A 12-inch radiator and 300 watts of power allow it to be used in rooms of various sizes. SVS PB-1000 vs Klipsch R-112SW has more maximal output power (720 vs 600). The SVS Sledge STA-300D amplifier has a built-in digital processor that matches the speaker to the case and helps to get a linear response.
The rugged subwoofer enclosure looks compact in appearance. The SB-1000 has a full set of inputs: stereo high- and low-level, as well as LFE, combined with a low-level. There is also a stereo low-level output with a fixed cutoff frequency of 80 Hz.
With a maximum power of 600 watts, the Klipsch R-112SW subwoofer with a first-class built-in amplifier is perfect for voicing a spacious room. Klipsch R-112SW has 12-inch driver size vs SVS PB-1000 has 10-inch. The phase inverter on the front panel is designed to form a three-dimensional scene with solid and deep bass.
Thanks to the massive MDF walls, the speakers are not resonant. A magnetically shielded 305 mm woofer with a ceramic-metal diffuser provides accurate bass reproduction in the frequency range 24-125 Hz. All controls can be found on the back of the body.