• The SuperCube 2000 doesn't have the grunt or finesse to hold its own
in large rooms or with higher end equipment; for that you're going to
want to step up a bracket or two within the SuperCube line of
subwoofers. Still, for what it is and the type of speakers it's most
likely to be paired with, the SuperCube 2000 is good enough for most.
• As much as I appreciated the SuperCube 2000's size and ease of setup,
I have to say I didn't care for the large Definitive logo along the
bottom, which spoiled a bit of the SuperCube 2000's otherwise good
Competition and Comparisons
At $699 retail GoldenEar Technology's ForceField 4 subwoofer
may be slightly more expensive and a touch larger but it also is
capable of greater output over the SuperCube 2000 and it also possesses
greater texture, detail and finesse. Another compact subwoofer to
consider is Aperion Audio's Bravus IIa 8D subwoofer, at $449 sold
direct. It features a slightly more upscale cabinet, not to mention a
larger driver -though its internal amp isn't as powerful as the
SuperCube 2000's. If you don't require a compact subwoofer, then Outlaw Audio's LFM-1 EX subwoofer should also fit the bill nicely.
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It's not that often than a subwoofer can be both powerful and compact
but that's what Definitive has done with their new SuperCube 2000
subwoofer. Designed primarily for use with on-wall, in-wall or
satellite loudspeakers, the SuperCube 2000 is near ideal for the home
theater enthusiast who isn't fussy nor has a large space to fill. If
this sounds like you, then I encourage you to venture down to your
local Definitive dealer and check out the SuperCube 2000 for yourself.Additional Resources
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