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SVS Updates Prime Wireless 2.1 Desktop Speaker Systems

SVS is charging into summer with the sizzling hot SVS Prime Wireless 2.1 speakers systems that are perfect for movies and music.

SVS Prime 2.1 Speakers with Wireless 3000 Micro Subwoofer

We love when the folks at SVS talk dirty. If you’re looking for an affordable wireless 2.1 speaker system that can work in your office, an apartment, or in a home theater system — the SVS Prime Wireless 2.1 systems have arrived.

The acclaimed SVS Prime Wireless lineup is getting a double dose of low frequency love with a pair of new SVS Prime Wireless 2.1 systems featuring the scorching hot SB-1000 Pro and 3000 Micro subwoofers.

SVS Prime 2.1 Speakers with Wireless 3000 Micro Subwoofer with MacBook Lifestyle
SVS Prime 2.1 Speakers with Wireless 3000 Micro Subwoofer

The new packages marry high fidelity sound with digital convenience and future-facing connectivity, all bundled in a compact and stylish package. Perfect as 2-channel music systems, desktop speaker rigs, compact home theater systems, or all-of-the-above, the new 2.1 systems deliver convincing and immersive sound with no need for separate components or cables.

Both packages feature WiFi and Bluetooth streaming, smartphone app control via Spotify and DTS Play-Fi, versatile connectivity options, and include a free SVS SoundPath RCA Audio Interconnect, so you have everything you need to start listening right out of the box.

Wireless Audio is No Longer Just for Background Music

Convincing, immersive sound goes wireless with the WiFi and Bluetooth enabled SVS Prime Wireless 2.1 Powered Speaker System with 3000 Micro Subwoofer. Enjoy it as a high-fidelity stereo music system, desktop computer audio rig, compact home theater system, or as a “do-it-all” speaker setup using the versatile connectivity options. Unleash more thrilling audio experiences at home with this compact and powerful 2.1 wireless home stereo system.

SVS Prime 2.1 Speakers with SB-1000 Pro Subwoofer Black Ash
SVS Prime 2.1 Speakers with SB-1000 Pro Subwoofer in Black Ash

The high-performance 2.1 wireless powered speaker system boasts WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity, a 200-watt (50 watts x 4) amplifier, digital crossover, 192KHz/24-bit DAC, DTS Play-Fi app control, Alexa voice control, custom presets, versatile connectivity options; and now, comes in a package with the compact powerhouse SVS SB-1000 Pro subwoofer for deeper and more thrilling bass.

Unleashing heart-pounding bass you can feel with pinpoint accuracy and ‘stop-on-dime’ control, is the compact SB-1000 Pro subwoofer featuring a 12-inch high-excursion driver with 325 watts RMS, 820+ watts peak power Sledge amplifier. Included SVS SoundPath RCA Audio Interconnect Cable ensures a pristine connection between speakers and subwoofer.

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6 Comments

6 Comments

  1. Jeff Heon

    July 5, 2021 at 2:49 am

    Why wouldn’t they include an HDMI input? It would make a better alternative to the Fives by Klipsch.

    Or add an HDMI input to their wireless soundbase to make a better alternative to the NAD 3045?

    Really these days we got all the apps we need in AppleTV and the like. We just want to plug out tv to via HDMI ARC to something better than a soundbar. We don’t need a gazillion RCA, optics or what have you: just HDMI.

    • Ian White

      July 5, 2021 at 10:23 am

      Jeff,

      I agree. Most of the people who will buy this will use it in the context of a audio/video system and an eARC setup would have made the most sense.

      IW

      • Jeff Heon

        July 6, 2021 at 10:13 pm

        Ian,

        I realized after the fact my comment was only focusing on the negative and I apologize. I should have added: your review is exciting and informative. Even putting eArc aside, it still looks like a fantastic system I would be thrilled to own.

        • Ian White

          July 7, 2021 at 12:26 am

          Jeff,

          No need to apologize. I think you raised a valid point.

          Ian

  2. Ed B.

    November 2, 2021 at 12:57 pm

    I purchased the Prime Wireless speakers, loved the build quality and the sound, but the Play-Fi app was so bad I sent the speakers back. Could have used a remote as well so that you could control the sound from across the room if, like me, setting up for music only.

    • Ian White

      November 2, 2021 at 1:54 pm

      Ed,

      That is a major flaw with a lot of wireless speakers. Very poorly designed apps. We see it with wireless earbuds as well. All of that money and you need to wait for 3 firmware updates to get everything to work.

      Sorry to hear about your experience because SVS does make a really solid product.

      Ian White

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