May 11, 2020Read More
The Sonos SUB Active Subwoofer is designed to complete Sonos branded audio systems that require additional bass support. In the comparison of Sonos SUB vs SVS PB-2000 it is obvious that SVS has two times larger driver: 12 and 6 inches. The original shape of the subwoofer enclosure is due to its design - the device uses two counter-directional speakers working on a common central cavity. Due to this, the developers managed to solve several problems at once and, first of all, to make the sub-insensitive to the installation location in the room. The Sonos SUB subwoofer can even be installed along walls or furniture without sacrificing bass quality.
SVS PB-2000 is an excellent choice for a home theater in rooms of 25-35 sq m. Honest 17 Hz and 500 W of continuous power (1100 W peak) will create an indescribable atmosphere when watching blockbusters. The SVS PB-2000 boasts 29.7 kg vs 16 kg from Sonos SUB. The subwoofer features a front-firing 4-inch high-flow port with inner/outer port flares and energizes rooms of all sizes with extreme low frequency output for jaw-droppingly powerful and realistic movie and music audio experiences. A reinforced Nomex spider was integrated for improved linearity and driver control, especially important when the STA-500D amp is pushing the subwoofers to their maximum output levels. The driver also features a durable low-creep rubber long-throw surround.
The SVS PB-2000 is better subwoofer in this comparison. Check SVS PB-2000 price