I purchased this new in 2004. The model at that time was SVS Pb2+. Later on it was changed to SVS PB-12-plus/2. It has upgraded 12.3 drivers that was upgraded in 2006
Dimensions W x H x L are 19”x 26.5”x 28
Color is Black.
The stock tune for this is 25 Hz with all ports open. You can tune it down to 20HZ, 16HZ with port plugs.
There sub is in great working condition and there is no apparent flaw in it.
When i upgraded then it was the best upgrade i did at that time. It was WOW!!.
The reason I'm selling is I have upgrade bug and I'm looking at various choices available now.
You can find numerous reviews of this sub all over the place.
Here is one of the review of the sub
I don't have any shipping material to ship this huge behemoth. I'll drive a distance of 1 hour to meet at a common place.
I'll take Cash or PayPal if you eat up the fees.
Low ball offers will be ignored.
Here are the spec
Sensitivity (2.83 V/1m, avg'ed from 16 Hz to 200 Hz): 86.5 dB spl
Sensitivity (2.83 V/1m, avg'ed from 20 Hz to 200 Hz): 87.6 dB spl
Sensitivity (2.83 V/1m, avg'ed from 25 Hz to 200 Hz): 88.5 dB spl
Amp. Power: BASH© High-efficiency 900W hybrid-class, digital-switching power amp
Rated Impedance: 14 Ohms
Impedance, (10 - 200 Hz) averaged for 16, 20 & 25 Hz tunings: 11.3 ± .1 to 58 +3, -4 Ohms
Frequency Response (+/- 3 dB): 23 Hz (-3 dB) - 305 Hz (+ 3 dB) (25 Hz system tuning)
18 Hz (-3 dB) - 305 Hz (+ 3 dB) (20 Hz system tuning)
14 Hz (-3 dB) - 305 Hz (+ 3 dB) (16 Hz system tuning)
Resonance Frequency: Variable: 16, 20 or 25 Hz
Bass Principle: Bass reflex
Shipping Weight: 74.8 kg (165 Lbs)
Cabinet Dimensions (W x H x L): (19”x 26.5”x 28”)
Active Processors: Crossover: active lowpass filter, variable,40 - 120 Hz
Parametric EQ: Variable Q (.1 to .9 octave), variable attenuation level (0 to -12 dB), and variable frequency (20 –80 Hz);
Variable phase (0 –180 degrees), and stepped highpass filter (Bypass, 16, 20 & 25 Hz)
Connection: Line Level: RCA jacks; speaker level: 5-way binding post
Recommended Placing: Manufacturer suggests corner placement.