In this review, we will be comparing specifications of BW 606 and SVS Prime, two Bookshelf cameras from Bowers & Wilkins and SVS.
Let's have a brief look at the main features of B&W 606 and SVS Prime before getting into our more detailed comparison.
Let's read on the following sections in order to better understand in detail how B&W 606 and SVS Prime compares and hopefully end up with enough arguments to decide which one is better for you.
Both BW 606 and SVS Prime are 2-way speakers. BW 606 features a 1" Decoupled Carbon Decoupled Dome Tweeter and 1 6.5" Continuum Woofer . On the other hand, SVS Prime features a 1" aluminum Hard-Dome Tweeter and 1 6.5" Woofer with a Crossover frequency at 2300 Hz.
BW 606 has a frequency range of 52-28k Hz whereas SVS Prime has a frequency range of 48-25k Hz.
Impedance and Sensitivity
BW 606 and SVS Prime has the same Impedance of 8 ohms but where they differ is the sensitivity levels. BW 606 sensitivity is rated at 88 dB and SVS Prime's is at 87 dBd B.
BW 606 has a power range of 30-120 watts RMS whereas SVS Prime has a power range of 25-150 watts.
Input Type and Bi-Amping / Bi-Wiring
BW 606 features Post posts which makes bi-amping or bi-wiring possible. SVS Prime has a 5-way post which doesn't feature b-amping/bi-wiring.
Cabinet Type and Port Position
Both BW 606 and SVS Prime features dual binding post speaker terminals for bi-amping or bi-wiring.
In this section, We are going to compare B&W 606's and SVS Prime's external dimensions.
Below you can see the front view size comparison of B&W 606 and SVS Prime.