originally published January 20, 2015
At CES 2015, RBH introduced the prototypes for their new Signature SV line, which is set to replace the successful Signature SX Series sometime this year. It must not be the most well-kept secret that many Audioholics are already big fans of Utah-based RBH Sound’s products; myself included. As I type this, my personal pair of 41-SE/B are already jamming on my desktop!
Intended not only for elite home theater setups but also top-end music-listening setups, the high performance SV line includes a brand new bookshelf, LCR, center, tower, and monitor. Also offered will be a pair of subwoofers, which are offered in both powered and passive options. The SV-44 surround speaker was also exhibited. The cabinet construction is curved-and-layered MDF; at first glance I wasn’t clear on the difference between the current SX series in most of the new SV speakers but upon close inspection, the baffle design and woofer gaskets at the very least are definitely not the same. I’m guessing the midwoofer driver design was changed ever-so-slightly for some performance gains.
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