SVS Unveils New Prime Wireless Pro Speakers, SoundBase

SVS was among less than a handful of audio companies haunting the halls of the Venetian hotel’s north tower at CES 2022, but the trek over there was worth it to see the company’s new Prime Wireless Pro Speakers. An evolution of the company’s current Prime Wireless model, the new version has a bigger cabinet for deeper bass, an HDMI eARC input, and—in response to user feedback—a remote control.


SVS didn’t stop there with upgrades for its new model, however. The Prime Wireless Pro adds Chromecast built-in and AirPlay 2 to bolster the speakers’ compatibility with all manner of streaming sources (the current model supports DTS-Play Fi, Spotify Connect, and Bluetooth, and all those features will carry over). A 5.25-inch woofer and 1-inch aluminum dome tweeter are used for the new speakers, which are powered by a 200-watt (50 watts x 4) built-in amplifier. Same as with the current model, Amazon Alexa and Google voice control are supported, and there’s also a subwoofer output jack.


SVS is also launching a new version of its SoundBase Wireless multiroom amplifier for use with passive speaker systems. The Prime Wireless Pro SoundBase provides all the same features as the Prime Wireless Pro speakers and will ship at the same time new speakers arrive (around March 2022).

The Prime Wireless Pro speakers will be available in black or white finish options and are expected to sell for $799/pair. The Prime Wireless Pro SoundBase is expected to sell for $599.