Yep, well it is DSP controlled so I would of thought so, maybe an auto set up???I wonder what kind of information the LCD display gives you? there must be some preset eq adjustments that you can select or even adjust.
Completely Agree Dan, and the SB13 could turn out to be there real star performer for the price and size !It cant possibly use the same driver thats in the ported sub IMO, but thats another discussion
This is certainly a very interesting sub, and I reckon this driver is probably designed to be similar to the JL audio drivers we see in the Fathom. I think this is a direct shot at that market, and if the SVS pricing kicks in this should not only be a top performer, but a bargain to boot. I did read somewhere that considerations where being made to have some kind of inbuilt auto eq as an optional extra (possibly the SB16). That little LCD screen might just be a hint eh, and its certainly makes it one of the most interesting new subs of recent times.
Yep, I do not use a sub for music it is only used for films so music is a delight to listen to and adding a sub would just ruin it, I have always hated subs for 2 channel Hi-Fi and it looks like it will stay that way, the only sub I believe that was really good for music was the Wilson Benesch Torus.I just hope they have a little more consideration for music, which for you actually might not be an issue anyway. If they follow their trend of aiming low and clean (I think a sealed design will actually hinder that goal slightly using only 1 driver), then while it might be an super performer depth wise for sealed designs, I think this would make it a little to low focused to be the best it can be for music. For someone like yourself with super speakers anyway, this would actually be the better choice. Its certainly going to be interesting to see exactly where thy are going with it, and I'm gonna put my money on their goal being to reduce the size of the PB13 while giving as little as possible on performance. This driver will likely have more motor strength, and will need more power to use that strength in a smaller box, so will need more power handling. It looks like an Ultra driver with a new motor, and the results are going to be incredibly interesting, not least as it will be a precursor to the SB16 should it become reality.
If I was to compare this driver to the AE drivers I use, then I would say his is the 'H' driver to the ported subs 'X' variant.
It certainly does Bambino :T I think it will open up SVS to new customers with this new range of subs.Looks like an exelent sub, and for the price and what i've been hearing about SVS i'd say they have a real winner on there hands :T.