Reviews and Problems with Definitive Technology SuperCube 6000
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DT SuperCube 6000
25 September 2015
Summary: I've had Definitive Technologies BP20s w/ a center channel and small rear surround BP2s for maybe 20 years now and they've been excellent. We finally have a receiver that has a sub out (Denon) so when it came time for a sub my only consideration was DT.
Pros: Small in stature, shakes the whole house (and it's on a slab). Great upgrade to our already great DT speaker system. When Bilbo dropped the Ring on the floor yesterday, it was quite impressive and that's a subtle scene.
Cons: Really, nothing. Works as billed and well engineered. I do understand that there may be users asking for more than this box is designed to deliver but it's really great for the movies we've put through it.
Summary: I decided to upgrade our home theatre subs to two Supercube 6000s and replace our two Supercube IIIs. I've been somewhat disappointed with the SC IIIs. I've replaced 3 boards but have to say, Definitive was very nice and responsive and never charged me for the boards even at the end of their...
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Summary: My previous sub was taken out by lightening during a bad storm and had heard many good things about the DT subs so I decided to try this one. I was not disappointed. I love the remote, it makes it nice to sit in my listening position and hear the settings in real time.
Summary: I really wanted to like this sub! Now don't get me wrong, this is a nice little subwoofer. Its really nice looking, has a remote to make adjustments on the spot which is great, and it can certainly get loud. But I just expected more.
Pros: Great looking product; neat little remote to fine tune the sub on demand; high WAF; it CAN sound good when it wants to if put in the right place and tuned the right way
Cons: WAY too expensive for what you get; does not play down as low as it claims, I noticed missing mid-bass when doing a 200-10 hz sweep;
Summary: I am simple amazed that some much performance is possible in such a small package. This unit, if you want the best that can offer is not a set and forget affair. The remote is very handy and provides all the contrpls to optimise performance.
Summary: Owning a SuperCube II, I wanted to upgrade to 2 units for my 2 channel stereo with bookshelf speakers on stands. The DefTech Super Cube was and still is the only model, at any price, that I will ever consider owning.
sc6000 versus prosub 800 versus Bose acoustimass 10
28 March 2014
Summary: The sc6000 is 100 times better than the prosub 800 that I heard at a local retailer. Yes, it's unfair that I listened to a prosub 800 8inch but that's all there was at this retailer for me to try.
Pros: Impressive bass range from low explosions to medium door thumps to high male voices
Cons: As great as the sc6000 is for a subwoofer, it doesn't come close to the super tight and clean bass from my real set of drums (with a pillow inside).
Summary: When I moved to my new house at the beach I replaced all my audio/visual equipment except (1) my Definitive rear speakers and (2) My huge 15" Velodyne sub from the 1980s. These have served me well for three more years but finally the old Velodyne died.