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svs pc 2000 pro review

talonmalin

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Most subwoofers on the market are square boxes, with one or two woofers facing outward and with an open or closed enclosure. Occasionally you will also find one with a driver that is aimed at the floor. The PC-2000 Pro, however, is something completely different. It presents itself as a large, anonymous cylinder, just over 86 cm high. That seems like a lot, but because the footprint has a diameter of 42 cm, the visual impact is not too bad. Apart from the acoustic benefits of this shape, the PC-2000 Pro is all about that (relatively) inconspicuous profile. You can put this SVS in places where a classic sub might not fit, also because you can use it in an open or closed mode. This makes the PC-2000 Pro perhaps an attractive option for music lovers who want to take the step to 2.1, SVS pc 2000 pro review
 

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Back to their roots? This is from 2001: https://www.hometheaterforum.com/community/threads/my-svs-16-46pc-review.9391/

And a pic of the same:
586404-3a1c1611-svs_1646_pc_subwoofer.jpg


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My first sub was a SVS 25-31CS tuned to 22hz. Loved that sub and I still have it. Haven’t let it go but can’t use it in my current space.
 

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Not much of a review (well, around here particularly). Good subs the PCs, tho, generally close enough to the same PB offering at a lesser footprint (but always remind me of cat scratching posts no matter what). DIY with concrete forms similarly is popular.
 

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Never saw those before! What's the height!? Tuning point?

You'll need to Google it (Hsu Original subwoofers) because I can't remember. (I hate old age! :confused:)
I do remember that there were different heights, which provided the customer with tunings that were ever-lower in frequency, but that's about it.



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You'll need to Google it (Hsu Original subwoofers) because I can't remember. (I hate old age! :confused:)
I do remember that there were different heights, which provided the customer with tunings that were ever-lower in frequency, but that's about it.



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Some of the taller column subs I've seen so suspected got closer to LLT status with height....I think I saw some Hsu shorter columns once, but nothing like those! Will go looking around, thanks....
 
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