SVS has announced the SVS Prime Pinnacle speaker, which, according to the company, delivers audiophile refinement and musicality without sacrificing wide dynamic range, as well as deep, effortless bass.
Prime Pinnacle features an all-new driver array with 5.25-inch midrange, three 6.5-inch woofers housed in separate ported sub-enclosures, and a high-performance 1-inch aluminum dome tweeter. Prime Pinnacle’s midrange includes a glass-fiber composite cone and other design elements from the reference SVS Ultra Series speakers.
By using three 6.5-inch woofers, each with its own 2-inch port, the new floorstanding speaker conveys LFEs and musical bass, while maintaining a slim, room-friendly footprint.
Prime Pinnacle’s cabinet has four self-contained, acoustically tuned internal chambers to eliminate any potential for resonances or sonic artifacts. Tapered edges on the Prime Tower speaker’s front baffle, known as chamfers, and flush-mounted drivers minimize edge diffraction for a clear and precise soundstage, while features like shorting rings and a tweeter diffuser provide acoustic enhancements with modern, high-end visual appeal.
Prime Pinnacle has a rated bandwidth of 29 Hz–25 kHz (±3 dB) and features 5-way binding posts and a cloth grille with pin/cup retention system. The floorstanding speaker comes in a Piano Gloss Black finish or premium Black Ash wood grain finish.
Pricing for the Prime Pinnacle speakers is $799.99 each for the premium Black Ash and $899.99 each for the Piano Gloss Black finish; both are available now.