High Dispersion center channel loudspeaker with built in powered subwoofer
“It started with my son wanting a sub for his house that he would hear everywhere in his big house. I read some reviews about that sub on internet and decided that for the price I would buy it for him. The sub was delivered to my house and I decided to connect it to my system. I have Martin Logan front speakers with an Anthem rmx 700 for receiver. That sub rock right away...I could not believe....” --hellraiser1951
Ultra Compact Subwoofer
When you listen to any of Definitive Technology's award-winning powered subwoofers, you will discover true state-of-the-art bass performance, extending down well beyond the limits of audibility into the range of purely physical subsonic energy that shakes the body and stirs the soul. This has long been the most exciting, sought after and rarest of audio achievements, and now it is yours...
“Home Theater Magazine Review http://www.hometheater.com/content/two-bass-busters-and-solo-mojo Spec Sheet off of Def Tech site (http://www.definitivetech.com/products/supercube-trinity): Power Internal Amplifier Channels 1 Power 2000 watts Type Class D Driver Complement Subwoofer Quantity 2 Diameter 14" (35.56cm) Type High Excursion Active Subwoofer Driver Bass...” --brawlman
Definitive Technology SuperCube 6000 Ultra Compact High Performance Subwoofer
Definitive Technology SuperCube 2000 Ultra Compact High Performance Subwoofer
The TC Sounds LMS Ultra 5400 18" DVC subwoofer uses a combination of sophisticated, patented technology and elegantly executed brute strength to achieve its deserved standing as the loudest, lowest, cleanest mass-produced subwoofer speaker in the world.
The SuperCube(R) I, II, & III have set new performance standards for high-output ultra-compact subwoofers. With the new SuperCube(R) Reference, Definitive sets new performance standards for subwoofers period! The Reference incorporates a 14-inch version of the 10-inch SuperCube(R) Technology driver pressure coupled to two 14-inch infrasonic radiators. All this is powered by an 1800-watt...