Originally Posted by otk
"The new SuperCube® Trinity Signature is a very special over-the-top powered subwoofer which was originally developed for the state-of-the-art electronic organ at Trinity Church in New York (which uses a huge multiple array of Definitive bipolar towers - one for each organ pipe)."
i would love to hear that organ
a little more info on the trinity subs:
It delivers outstanding low frequency performance which heretofor has not been available in such a compact enclosure. In fact, it was designed to replace 5'x5'x8" boxes which had previously been used in organs of this type.
Capable of prodigious output (in excess of 128 db at 20 Hz and 116 db at 16 Hz in a normal room) the Signature is also quick and highly detailed. It may be used vertically or positioned on its back when custom installations call for it.
Dimensions:18" W x 18" D x 31-3/4" H
Frequency Response: 10 Hz 200Hz
Driver Complement: Two 14" long-throw SuperCube Technology subwoofers coupled to four 14" infrasonic radiators
Built-in Amplifier: 2000 watts Digitally-Coupled Class D Amplifier
Low Pass Crossover: 24 dB/octave continuously adjustable variable (40 150 Hz) plus Unfiltered LFE direct coupled input
High Pass Crossover: 12dB/octave continuously variable (40 150hz)
Speaker level: 6 dB octave (80 Hz)
Finish: Piano gloss black
Weight: 175 lbs.
Suggested Retail: $2999 ea.
I'm really wanting to pick up one of these bad boys but....
One, it's quite a commitment due to size and to a lesser degree, money.
Two, I've owned the JL f113 liked it alot but wanted more output below 25hz. Ended up selling it thinking I'd wait for the new JL g213 Gotham.
Now along comes the DefTech Trinity............
Half the price of the Gotham but can it keep up, even with the f113.
I'm sure it will better the f113 below 25hz, but can it be as musical, as articulate?
I guess there's only one way to find out......
Another concern, placement. What is recommended with this Trinity?