Also on display the SVS Ultra Bookshelf ($1.2K USD), an SVS 3000 Micro subwoofer ($900 USD), running off of an SVS Prime Wireless Pro SoundBase ($500 USD), along with various cables and a vibration control system that seemed pretty unique.
Reporting by Eric Franklin Shook
All of the power producing products featured a bevy of current-day connectivity options. In keeping with the times and changing upstream technology. It’s refreshing to see a company willing to keep up with the pace of innovation. So often you see companies lagging behind, with stale products clogging up the channels.
The Big Takeaway
SVS Sound has their sights set on big sonic targets. The kind of sonic targets that are traditionally expensive to achieve.
Between the two-room exhibit (second room not pictured, sorry) I could surmise that SVS was looking to tackle dynamic scale and end-user flexibility more than anyone else in the pricing space.
There’s a reason the company has a loyal fanbase, and I think I might have just joined it.
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