This is an excellent Definitive Technology SuperCube II subwoofer in perfect operating condition and very good physical condition with only a few small scratches. It will be shipped in the original double boxed carton and with the original owner's manual.
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Gloss piano black, 12 in x 12 in x 12.5 in
“If you are assembling a superior performance home theater system with a high definition video projector or monitor along with an audio system that exceeds the sound quality and sheer visceral impact of premiere movie theaters, without taking up a large amount of floor-space, then this is the subwoofer for you. The SuperCube II incorporates an 8-inch SuperCube technology woofer pressure coupled to two 8-inch ultra low bass radiators. The total piston area is over 30% greater than 12-inch diameter woofer but with far greater speed, musicality and control than a single large diameter woofer could ever deliver. The SuperCube II can easily fill your in-home theater with loud, visceral, extended and musical bass yet it occupies a mere one square foot of floor-space. The SuperCube II is powered by a 1250-watt class D amplifier. The result is astounding high-definition bass performance extending effortlessly down to 14 Hz. Slam, pace and rhythm are exemplary as is the ability to actually shake foundations. A complete complement of inputs and controls are included on this surprisingly compact and stylish cube. The SuperCube II has a complete range of inputs, outputs and features to allow easy and effective hookup to any system either singly or in a stereo pair. Both speaker level and low-level inputs are provided as well as a separate direct-in LFE low-level input (which bypasses the crossover network) which may be used by itself or in combination with left and right channel high- or low-level inputs for the ultimate in subwoofer flexibility and performance.”
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