Reviews and Problems with Definitive Technology SuperCube 4000
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The Definitive Technology Supercube 4000 is a MARVELOUS Experience!
5 May 2014
Summary: To Whom it may Concern: First I will tell you that we bought this product because we LOVE the Definitive Technology Speakers and the Supercube 4000 just seemed to be a natural evolution. We replaced a 2 year old name brand 12" Subwoofer and installed the Supercube 4000. This made a very big difference in the quality of sound in our Media Room. The sound is now much cleaner and the Boominess has all but disappeared.
Summary: Part of a Definitive Technology home theater set up with ceiling speakers and XTR 50 center in a 14x30 open room. Placed it in a corner across from TV. Impressed with the clarity and fullness of the bass in such a large room. More than sufficient. Replaced a Bose bass module home theater set up....not even close.
Summary: The SuperCube 4000 is amazing. I use it as a supplement to my Polk tower speakers. The bass and tonality of it is truly remarkable. Size was definitely a consideration in selecting this sub. I needed something small and unobtrusive. I don't have surround sound for my living room TV. So after I added the sub, my wife and I were really impressed. We never realized we were missing so much depth and feel of the audio portion of the movies we watch.
Pros: Small size, large sound (if you want it). It also allows you to custom tailor the lower frequencies to suit your taste. Multiple types of hookups in the back. You should be able to connect this sub to just about anything you might have.
Cons: It seemed a little pricey at first, but after I hooked it up, we were not disappointed.
Summary: I am a 2 channel music lover...I've been enjoying music before there was 2 channel...I'm hard to please, my amp has big tubes, my room is acoustically treated and so on.. I've had the belief that a sub had to be big and heavy to reach down to get those gruntin' notes. A couple of subs I've recently tried couldn't do it... Let me tell you this Definitive Tech 4000 is a real musical delight to listen to, fits my system perfectly.
Summary: I bought 4 PM 1000's, a PC 2000, and a SC 4000 to upgrade from an Onkyo box theater system. I was a little hesitant to spend the money but I am glad I did, there is no comparison this is the best speaker set up I have ever owned. I went with the SC 4000 because of the wireless ready option and because my room is a decent sized room. The wireless kit works great once a found a good spot and being wireless gave me plenty of options.
Pros: Small compact size with a surprising bass out put. Wireless ready. The remote comes in handy. Hidden digital display makes for easy viewing.Even being pushed hard they maintain great quality sound. Great value (even though I thought the cost was a little much, after setup it was without a doubt worth every penny) Customer Service from Def Tech and Crutchfield, 10 out of 10.
Summary: This sub is a replacement for a Velodyne DLS-3500R. The velodyne was a ported 8" sub which also had a remote to tune it in and I was happy with how it performed but it quit working and I needed a replacement so after a lot of research I decided on the Def. Tec. SC 4000. My speakers are Mythos Two's in the front with a Mythos Three center, a couple of Polk RM's for height, Two Polk Dipole surrounds and a couple more Polk RM's for the rear this completes my 9.1 system.
Pros: Great sound highly tunable. Really powerful.
Summary: The sub has an impressive look and the remote volume and crossover adjustments are nice the sub sounds like a $250 sub and it will distort/bottom out when pushed hard. If you want a sub to impress your guest while watching an action movie in your theater room or while listening to bass heavy music then keep shopping.
Pros: Impressive look and remote volume and crossover adjustments are nice.
Cons: Sounds like a $250 sub. Distorts and does not deliver strong bass sound.