SVS Prime Pinnacle Loudspeakers Review

November 22, 2019 § Leave a comment

“It wasn’t until I sat down one night to take some listening notes that I experienced what I’d felt like hearing them for the first time. While enjoying some 17th-century choral music — Allegri’s Miserere, from The Essential Tallis Scholars (16-bit/44.1kHz AIFF, Gimell) — I heard an amazing amount of stage depth and an impressive ability to re-create clear aural images. Through the SVSes, the voices of individual choristers were well resolved, and their positions in front of me were readily perceptible. It was as if the sounds of the singers’ voices emanated from three distinct places: the foremost was in line with the plane of the speaker baffles, while a second group slightly farther back had a touch more reverb to help accentuate their distance. The third group of voices were apparently singing to me from beyond the front wall of my room, conveying an illusion of so much depth that I seemed to be sitting in the rear pew of a large cathedral. For someone who places resolution and a coherent soundstage high on a list of sonic priorities, the SVSes tick the right boxes.”

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