SVS PB-2000 Pro Ported Subwoofer [2024 Review]

When choosing a new subwoofer for your home or studio, sound quality is obviously one of the most important factors to consider. When we tested out the subwoofers from SVS, we found that the SVS PB-2000 Pro Ported Subwoofer offered the best overall sound quality from the range. It’s powerful when it needs to be, but you won’t experience any distortion. It also provides a bass that none of the other models can match up to. It certainly isn’t cheap, but if you’re looking for the best of the best – the PB-2000 Pro Ported Subwoofer is the choice for you.

If you’re still unsure whether this is the best SVS subwoofer for you, carry on reading and we’ll go into more detail about each one and help you decide which is the ideal pick for your home audio setup.

Let’s get into it and find out more about the PB-2000 Pro Ported Subwoofer.

SVS PB-2000 Pro Ported Subwoofer

SVS PB-2000 Pro Ported Subwoofer Review

SVS PB-2000 Pro Ported Subwoofer

SVS PB-2000 Pro Ported Subwoofer
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ModelPB-2000 Pro
Power550 Watts RMS and 1,500 Watts Peak Dynamic Power
Connected ByAuxiliary
Dimensions17.32 by 23.62 by 20.94 inches
Weight64.7 pounds

Now we know that SVS doesn’t just make outstanding subwoofers but smaller sizes and in the 2000 range; it is a sight to behold. This Pro version is a reimagining of the 2,000 regular subwoofers with excellent sound quality.

The PB-2000 pro has an output sound and deep bass which is so breathtaking that you will love every minute of using it. Plus its pinpoint controls and perfect accuracy means you can get a setting that is just what you’re looking for.

This sub has the 12″ drive that gives the highest possible excursion for this size, known as the Sonic Sledgehammer.

The frequency of the subwoofers goes down to 16hz when needed but maintains clarity and astonishing accuracy of sounds, no matter the media you use it for.



  • Easy to install and set up
  • Great subwoofer for movies and music
  • Adds epic bottom end to surround sound system
  • Bass extension down to 16 Hz enables you to feel explosions and rumbles in movies


  • Heavy and difficult to maneuver