Originally Posted by afterlife2
Klipsch Sub-12HG How does it compare to the PB1000? Man if it were 100 i'd get it.
To keep things objective...
Klipsch Sub-12HG spec sheet (.pdf, ~867 KB):
SVS PB-1000 general specs:
Premium black ash finish.
Protective non-resonant steel mesh grille.
Front-firing 10” driver.
Front-firing 3.5" high-flow port with inner/outer port flares.
Rigid and strong cabinet construction.
Detachable power cord.
Cabinet Dimensions: 18.9" (H) x 15" (W) x 19.4" (D) (without grille).
Overall Dimensions: 18.9" (H) x 15" (W) x 20" (D) (with grille).
Weight (unboxed): 46 pounds.
Shipped Dimensions: 24" (H) x 24" (W) x 20" (D).
Shipped Weight: 60 pounds.
SVS PB-1000 driver-specific specs:
SVS 10" high-performance driver.
FEA-optimized motor technology for low distortion.
High-power voice coil for excellent thermal management.
Long-throw suspension for high output at deep frequencies.
Lightweight cone for enhanced sensitivity and transient response.
Rubber surround for durability and long-life.
Dual high-grade ferrite magnets.
Vented pole piece for greater cooling and low noise.
SVS PB-1000 amp-specific specs:
Sledge STA-300D with 300 watts RMS continuous power (720 watts peak dynamic power).
Efficient and cool-running Class D topology.
300 watts (720 watts peak dynamic).
Green standby mode with less than 0.5 watts consumption.
Detachable power cord with main power switch.
RoHS compliant, lead-free construction and world-wide safety certifications.
Auto-On / On switch.
DSP control for accurate response and refined behavior under all operating conditions.
Stereo line-level RCA Input & 80Hz High Pass Filtered Output connections.
Stereo speaker level 5-way binding post input connections.
Continuously variable low pass filter frequency with disable/LFE setting.
Continuously variable volume and phase controls.
Input impedance - 47 kΩ (unbalanced RCA) / 2 kΩ (speaker level)
SVS PB-1000 output chart:
* Frequency response graph does not denote maximum output capability
- 2-meter ground plane away from reflective structures (quasi-anechoic)
- 19-270 Hz +/- 3 dB
(see "Tech Info" section)
Klipsch SW-112 spec sheet (.pdf, ~471 KB):