NEW! A Powered Subwoofer for the Digital Age
- Huge bass from a compact enclosure; only 15-13/16" x 15-1/4" x 15-13/16" (40.2cm x 38.6cm x 40.2cm)
- 56 bit Digital Signal Processor(DSP)preamp stage
- All-new 1500 Watt digital tracking power amplifier
- Wireless connectivity (with purchase of optional SCW-100 wireless kit)
- Performance Optimizer Remote control for convenient and precise system tweaking
- High gloss lacquer finish complements any d'cor
- Quick, tight accuracy for full music enjoyment
- Explosive bass response for movies
- Disappearing alpha-numeric display
Music Lovers Rejoice
Subwoofer manufacturers are always talking about how "explosive" their subwoofers are (frankly so do we), but there's more to home entertainment than rocket blasts and explosions—there is also music, be it in the movies you watch or the CDs you enjoy. And for music the quality of a subwoofer's performance is way more important than the quantity. The bass should be "tight," precise, and musical. Bass notes should have pitch, not just a dull thud or drone. Definitive Technology was started by and is run today by music fanatics and the very first thing we do to evaluate a subwoofer prototype design is to listen to music. If a subwoofer doesn't do an exemplary job with music reproduction, it's not a Definitive.
Features in the Service of Superior Performance
The most obvious departures from previous SuperCube models are the addition of a digital display (cleverly hidden under the grille cloth) and a wireless remote. They're much more than an aid for chronic couch potatoes; they're serious performance optimizing tools for perfectly blending the subwoofer to your system and room and correcting for differences in program material.
In an ideal audio system the subwoofer works "invisibly," simply adding deep, loud bass without calling attention to itself—blending seamlessly with the main speakers. The key to seamless main speaker/sub blending is finding the perfect crossover frequency, equalization and phase settings for your system and room. And the best place to make those "set and forget" adjustments is from your listening chair via a wireless remote. For everyday use the remote makes it easy to set just the right amount of bass output to compensate for program material differences. As you make settings adjustments, the hidden display light up to indicate the setting value, and then turns off a few seconds later. You'll get exactly the bass performance you want — effortlessly at the touch of a button.