SVS Prime Pro wireless active loudspeaker Specifications

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Description: Rear-ported, active, two-way, wireless loudspeaker. Drive units: 1" aluminum-dome tweeter; 5.25" polypropylene-cone mid-woofer. Crossover: digitally controlled at 2kHz, 12dB/octave slope. Play-Fi, AirPlay 2, Chromecast, Tidal Connect, Spotify Connect, Bluetooth 5.0 with AAC and aptX. Two 24/192 DACs. Class-D power amps deliver 200W (4 × 50W) RMS. 3" front-panel OLED display. Infrared remote. Analog inputs: RCA and 1/8" (3.5mm) Aux. Digital inputs: TosLink, HDMI ARC and eARC, Ethernet, USB service port. Outputs: Subwoofer (RCA), front 1/8" (3.5mm) headphone. Frequency response: 42Hz– 25kHz, ±3dB.
Dimensions: 11.6" (295mm) H × 7.1" (180mm) W × 9" (228mm) D. Weight: Active speaker 12.3lb (5.6kg); passive speaker: 11.7lb (5.3kg).
Finishes: Piano gloss black, piano gloss white.
Serial numbers of units reviewed: Active speaker (right) PRWA201220629; passive speaker (left) PRWP201220633. Engineered in the US, manufactured in China.
Price: $899/pair. Approximate number of US dealers: More than 1000, including Best Buy stores. SVS sells direct to consumers via web and phone. Warranty: Two years.
Manufacturer: SVS, Youngstown, OH. Tel: (877) 626-5623. Email: Web:

Youngstown, OH.
(877) 626-5623

Glotz's picture

It looks like I have another speaker to recommend to friends who are 'just music-lovers'... Thanks!

partain's picture

How long is the required interconnecting cable , that is , how widely may they be separated ?

JRT's picture

In stand mount application, with tweeter at ear height for seated listener, approximately 1 meter above the floor, with the cable running along the floor, that uses nearly 2 meters of cable just to reach the floor from both loudspeakers, leaving a little over 1 meter for separation distance between the pair, which seems to be grossly inadequate for most applications other than using these as powered multimedia desktop computer speakers. The review should have highlighted the short length of that cable.

The cable assembly is terminated with cable end connectors which seem unusual in this application, maybe Molex connectors. If you want to assemble a longer cable for your application, you will need to investigate / reverse engineer that unusual OEM cable assembly, acquire the connectors, contacts, suitable crimping tool, etc.

I would have liked to have seen use of 4-pole Speakon connectors, commonly used in professional audio applications and easily assembled.

Slackjaw's picture

SVS provides alternative cable lengths of 15' and 20'... so no reverse engineering required. All you have to do is email them when you order... I opted for the 15' cable that I needed separation for in a large bookshelf, and they didn't charge me any extra. There you go...