The SuperCube 2000, with its powerful bass that you can feel with your whole body, covers an area of less than a square foot. From the explosive impulse for films to the extreme precision for music, the successor to the most successful subwoofer in the history of Definitive Technology can do it all. Enjoy the powerful bass sound of the very best home theater system with this powerful small subwoofer from the Definitive Technology Supercube 2000 review!
Concerning Definitive Technology Supercube 2000 specs, powered subwoofer is based on the highly successful SuperCube III and delivers deep bass with relatively small cabinet sizes. An exclusive 7.5-inch high-tech woofer, combined with two matching 7.5-inch passive drivers, delivers powerful bass with amazing speed, music and control - all in an incredibly tiny enclosure that is easily hidden from view. The unit delivers 650 W power according to RMS measurement system.
The subwoofer is equipped with a new proprietary low-frequency speaker with a diameter of 190 mm and two passive emitters acoustically connected with it with flat membranes of the same diameter. This combination is very effective and is able to provide the depth and pressure of the bass, characteristic of subwoofers with 12-inch bass. However, unlike the latest Definitive Technology, it is much more compact and evenly studies low frequencies throughout the room. In order to eliminate the danger of coloring the sound at high volume, the subwoofer case is reinforced with internal ties, equipped with deep damping and covered with several layers of piano varnish. To obtain the best mechanical isolation from the floor surface, the subwoofer can be installed on the spikes that are included in the kit, or limited to rubber legs.
The subwoofer is equipped with just one RCA input, designed to connect to the LFE output of an AV receiver or surround processor. Since this signal is already subjected to the necessary filtering and phase processing, the model has a single volume control on the rear panel.