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post #211 of 237 Old 03-07-2013, 08:43 AM
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It was still a good review. Something I expect at this price point. They have to split hairs otherwise they will sound like every other review. "Sounds like speakers that cost several times its Msrp".

Looks like svs did a very nice job!
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I thought the review was pretty good too. I didn't find anything terribly wrong with it and understood his opinion on the odd shape and reflective nature of the speaker (which he also states that SVS isn't the only manufacture with this problem).

No subwoofer I've heard has been able to produce the bass I've experienced in the Corps!

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Audioholics has a review up with some measurements. Check it out

http://www.audioholics.com/reviews/speakers/floorstanding/svs-ultra-series-speakers-video

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Audioholics has a review up with some measurements. Check it out

http://www.audioholics.com/reviews/speakers/floorstanding/svs-ultra-series-speakers-video

The measurements are, to say the least, mysterious. The caption says "non-anechoic." I've never seen that term before--measurements are usually referred to as "in-room" if they include the effects of the room itself, or anechoic or quasi-anechoic if the room effects are windowed out. "non-anechoic" literally would mean "not anechoic," which would mean it's showing room effects. That's not what it looks like to me, particularly since the Omni-mic system was used, and that looks like an anechoic measurement,at least above about 300 Hz. It's heavily smoothed--1/3 octave--so it can't be compared with most other measurements, which invoke no or much less smoothing. On the other hand, the dB demarcations are only 2 dB rather than the standard 5 dB. So the peaks and dips look worse than they would on a standard grid. I'm not sure what we've got here.
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The measurements are, to say the least, mysterious. The caption says "non-anechoic." I've never seen that term before--measurements are usually referred to as "in-room" if they include the effects of the room itself, or anechoic or quasi-anechoic if the room effects are windowed out. "non-anechoic" literally would mean "not anechoic," which would mean it's showing room effects. That's not what it looks like to me, particularly since the Omni-mic system was used, and that looks like an anechoic measurement,at least above about 300 Hz. It's heavily smoothed--1/3 octave--so it can't be compared with most other measurements, which invoke no or much less smoothing. On the other hand, the dB demarcations are only 2 dB rather than the standard 5 dB. So the peaks and dips look worse than they would on a standard grid. I'm not sure what we've got here.

I'm guessing the reviewer just blanked on the correct terminology. He stated in comments that the measurements are in-room, but from a minimal distance (@1m on axis).



Another review was also posted on the towers today in GoodSound! (sadly no measurements at all in this one). Dale Rasco at HTS has also said he will be publishing his review over there in a few weeks (between 4/19 and 4/24).

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Interesting......


I was looking through some of the show reports from the Bristol show and came across this little beauty.



That is, of course, the UBS, in a nice walnut finish. Hopefully this means that the same finish will be coming stateside soon. I think offering a wood veneer with the Ultra series speakers (and here's to hoping on subs too), will be a boon for SVS. Less dusting/fingerprints than the gloss black, and a little more decor friendly for some than the black oak (especially on a speaker the size of the Ultra tower).

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I and two others recently got a chance to play around with the Ultra Towers over the last two weeks for the Audioholics review contest, if anyone's interested.
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Of course we are interested...Where is the review?
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Looks like Brent Butterworth reviewed a 5.0 system over at Sound&Vision, with measurements:

http://www.soundandvisionmag.com/article/test-report-svs-ultra-tower-surround-speaker-system

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Interesting...
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no love for these, very quiet in here. must be better options. I know in general the pro reviewers give decent praises. OTOH, the GTG'S seem to think not much of them.

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I've seen plenty of praise from GTG's too. I agree though that they don't get much attention around here. Too bad, they're good speakers at a good price point.

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Given the lack of activity, I'm not expecting much here, but anyone in the GTA/Southern Ontario/Buffalo area with the Ultras that are willing to audition/demo?
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Have you given Sonic Boom Audio a call? They are the authorized dealer for SVS products in the GTA.

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Have you given Sonic Boom Audio a call? They are the authorized dealer for SVS products in the GTA.

Ya I've talked to them frequently smile.gif They won't audition prior to purchase though; you buy and utilize the 30- or 45- day return policy. It's just a "hassle" I'd like to avoid if I could hear them first, room acoustics and other differences in setup notwithstanding.
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whoa.
i'm suprised that there's no active thread of these things with people going wild for them.
i have been highly considering these to replace my paradigm monitor 9's. those have served me
for 7 years so now i'm full itching for an upgrade.

i've narrowed it down to either a pre-owned set of studio 100's with a 690 big center channel
or a fresh set of SVS ultras. my setup is 99% HT, but i do like the idea of that big mother center
from paradigm. i have emotiva XPA-2 for the L/R and a XPA-3 running my center, so the power is
there. does anyone know news in the pipe line if SVS is going to offer a big mamoth center sometime
in the future?
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I auditioned them and sent them back. They look great and the towers can play low. Otherwise they were not very special. The highs were very fatiguing. I couldn't listen to them for a long time at moderate volume and very short periods of high volume was not enjoyable either.

I have since moved on to high efficiency speakers like JTR. Check them out.

If you can glue some boxes together and screw in some woofers I'd look at the DIYSoundGroup speakers for home theater.
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Highly unlikely.

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I auditioned them and sent them back. They look great and the towers can play low. Otherwise they were not very special. The highs were very fatiguing. I couldn't listen to them for a long time at moderate volume and very short periods of high volume was not enjoyable either.

I have since moved on to high efficiency speakers like JTR. Check them out.

If you can glue some boxes together and screw in some woofers I'd look at the DIYSoundGroup speakers for home theater.
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How would the ULTRA towers compare to POLK LSM25 or LSI707 and Definitive ST 8080?

If anyone knows, please share some input, thanks.
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I ordered a pair of ultra bookshelves to replace my outgoing paradigm signature s.6s. I'm not expecting the svs's to legitimately compare to the sigs, I sold the s.6's because I never listen to two channel music anymore and I figure the ultra will be great with the 2 subs I run for movies. I was hoping there would be more traffic on this thread, curious how other ultra speaker owners like theirs, hearing opinions both good and maybe not so good.
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I ordered a pair of ultra bookshelves to replace my outgoing paradigm signature s.6s. I'm not expecting the svs's to legitimately compare to the sigs, I sold the s.6's because I never listen to two channel music anymore and I figure the ultra will be great with the 2 subs I run for movies. I was hoping there would be more traffic on this thread, curious how other ultra speaker owners like theirs, hearing opinions both good and maybe not so good.
This seems to be a board that does not have much interest. No idea why unless the folks on AVS forums don't have much interest in the line...

Any reason why you didn't post back to comment on your purchase?

In any case, my Federal refund hit my bank this morning and it was almost enough to pay for a pair of Ultra bookshelves. So, I'll kick in a few more bucks and place my order.

Hope you're enjoying yours

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I didn't post again after my original one because there was no posts after mine, till now. My ultra bookshelves had big shoes to fill, taking over main duties from my old sigs v.3. I had a little sellers remorse for a while till I got used to the UBS, they are not as insanely detailed as the sigs but still very clean sounding, I see you use a denon 4520, that is also what I use in a 7.2 system. I am still running a paradigm center and am thinking about getting a SVS center, I would probably have to go with the prime center because of space issues.
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I didn't post again after my original one because there was no posts after mine, till now. My ultra bookshelves had big shoes to fill, taking over main duties from my old sigs v.3. I had a little sellers remorse for a while till I got used to the UBS, they are not as insanely detailed as the sigs but still very clean sounding, I see you use a denon 4520, that is also what I use in a 7.2 system. I am still running a paradigm center and am thinking about getting a SVS center, I would probably have to go with the prime center because of space issues.
Hi ingersol1211,

There has been some comments about the Ultra Center on the SVS Prime Series board. Seems most of the comments I read were pretty positive once folks got some burn in time on it. Someone complained so folks stopped talking about it but you can find some comments on several pages around here: New SVS Prime series speakers

It was a tight squeeze for me. The opening in my stand is ~9" and I could tilt the center up about half an inch. I really like it, I'm not a hard core audiophile, the sound seems more open than my old Celestion 5 BS I was using as a center. Certainly hearing more bass, dialog seems clearer also. Attached a couple of photos. The spacer bar you can see under the center is now painted flat black and is invisible

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Nice pictures, definitely a tight fit, if it wasn't for that cabinet above the TV a guy would be tempted to wall mount the TV and put your ultra center on the top shelf.but we all make it work one way or another, in Canada with the exchange rate the ultra center is a expensive speaker. Check out sonicboom.ca to see what we pay for SVS in Canada, so it'll be the prime center for me eventually.
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Nice pictures, definitely a tight fit, if it wasn't for that cabinet above the TV a guy would be tempted to wall mount the TV and put your ultra center on the top shelf.but we all make it work one way or another, in Canada with the exchange rate the ultra center is a expensive speaker. Check out sonicboom.ca to see what we pay for SVS in Canada, so it'll be the prime center for me eventually.
Thanks for the comments I made the display shelf about 15 years ago, its very heavy I was without a TV for ~14 years and when I picked up the Samsung it just happened to be the same width, 48.5", and just the right height. Well, the right height considering I bought the lowest stand I could find, 18".

I have considered putting the center on top of the stand but what a pain to raise the display shelf I also considered making a riser for the TV and covering up a few inches of the display shelf but I know that would nag at me Still might do it because the shelf disappears when the lights go out to watch something.

Yikes, CAD: $978.60, exchange rate is really making it difficult for our Northern neighbors. I recall holding Canadian $ before the melt down in '08, right around parity then but I sold out when things started going south for the Loonie, same with Australian $... Somehow our FED has printed trillions of dollars and people still want them, at what I think is a premium price.

Plenty of complements for the Prime Center. I considered getting it but I figured at my age this is likely the last upgrade for me

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Nice pictures, definitely a tight fit, if it wasn't for that cabinet above the TV a guy would be tempted to wall mount the TV and put your ultra center on the top shelf.but we all make it work one way or another, in Canada with the exchange rate the ultra center is a expensive speaker. Check out sonicboom.ca to see what we pay for SVS in Canada, so it'll be the prime center for me eventually.
Decided to follow your suggestion to raise the TV... A riser is now a work in progress. Several photos for today. Cut several biscuit pockets and right now the 3 foot back piece and one side piece are glued and drying. Before I did the gluing I used a Forstner bit to cut a nice half circle for the speaker wires. The shelf height is 7" and the TV is 2 1/2" above the shelf so I have plenty of room for the Ultra center and can angle it up about an inch or two in the front if need be...

I would have done the slot for the support shelves with a blind end if I were finishing the oak in a natural state but since this will be painted I'll fill in the slot ends after getting it all glued up.

I got my tax refund recently, $960, so I bought a pair of the Ultra BSs, $950 with my 5% repeat buyer discount. They really made another big improvement in the sound!
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