Reviews and Problems with Definitive Technology SuperCube II
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stephen harris, Amazon
26 May 2013
Summary: the item worked as was advertize the top plate of the subwoofer was very worn and should not have been labeled as like new by the seller , it was an easy fix yes i just repainted it but as far as the product goes works flawlessly
Summary: As of February 2013, I've owned this sub for two years and purchased it at Best Buy on clearance for $449.00. The low, tight bass produces a realistic subwoofer experience. I have two theaters inside my home. A 5.1 and a 7.1 set-up. The 5.1 set-up has a Denon 1612 receiver and the 7.1 set-up has a Pioneer VSX 53 receiver. What's amazing is the difference in response from the subwoofer.
Summary: Pros: Somewhat power efficient. Draws 7 watts when off(a little high to me) and 21 watts when on and at low to regular listening levels(no matter what you have the volume/gain set at). The look is nice and it is small, taking up little space. Cons: I've had it only a month now so maybe it's not broken in yet but for the price I am disappointed in the sound quality.
Summary: I purchased the Supercube II after listening to it perform at a new home I was helping build. It works excellently in my media room, being very quiet and unobtrusive until needed then clear, rich bass explodes from a small enclosure
Perfect for small concealed spaces (e.g., behind a chair)
Larry L. Hoffman, Amazon
23 August 2011
Summary: After redesigning our home theater to use four reclining La-Z-Boy theater chairs side-by-side near the rear wall, there was literally no place for the rear Klipsch 12" subwoofer anymore. There was, however, just over one foot of space behind the chairs on the far ends. Luckily, I had purchased the SuperCube II for $300 from a guy who was moving all his Definitive Technology equipment in the past year. My original expectation was to use it (God forbid!
Summary: I have a Definitive Technology based home theater system and wanted to get a matching sub. I auditioned all of the definitive technology subs at a local BestBuy. I am by no means an audiophile but even I can hear that the supercubes sound better that the prosub 800/1000 which sound too boomy for my ears.
Summary: My system consists of Mythos 4's for the Front speakers, Mythos 5's for the rear surrounds, a Mythos 3 for the center channel and a Super Cube II for the sub. I drive these with a Denon 2310ci and my video is a Pioneer Elite KURO signature series 60" monitor 141FD. My AV room is around 14' x 20. The sound from this system is really nice. Clean and uncolored, very natural best describes it. The system also has a great Wife Acceptance Factor.
Summary: I just recieved this subwoofer and hooked it up in 20 x 17 family room to give it a test run. When I saw the size of this thing I was a little worried. My last sub was a JBL 12 inch sub that finally gave out after 10 years. Once I picked up this sub you can feel the quality in the weight alone(heavy for its size).
Summary: I have had this sub for a few weeks now and I couldn't be happier with it. We have a very large great room with 18' ceilings and it fills the room with thunderous bass effortlessly. It has no problem putting out low rumbling bass found on movie soundtracks but what is most impressive is how much 'punch' it has when playing music...it is very tight. And like another reviewer noted, your wife will love how small it is.
Summary: This is a really nice subwoofer. It will really add depth and "oomph" to your movie and music listening. The rest of my speaker system is also Def Tech stuff, & I like it all. I've had this sub for a couple of years now. Also... It has a high W.A.F., which is very nice (Wife Acceptance Factor), mainly because it is so small. You can hide it almost anywhere.