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AVRevForum.com 05-23-2007 04:37 PM

Definitive Technology Supercube Trinity Sub
 
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deacongreg 06-01-2007 04:47 PM

Re: Definitive Technology Supercube Trinity Sub
 
I believe subwoofers are definitely needed. It is not overkill. While a lot of us will not be able to own a pair of Revel Salons, or Wilson Watt puppy 7 and 8`s, this review proves that even if you do, there is more info to extract to heighten your musical experience.

Rock on!!

The Ear 06-21-2007 08:59 AM

Re: Definitive Technology Supercube Trinity Sub
 
I bought a Sunfire sub to boost my surround-sound movies, but in truth the impact on my music was much more enjoyable and necessary. My stereo (or front right and left) speakers were rated to 30 hz and below, but the sub really opened up their sound. Organ and bass pedals were far more defined, and string bass, piano, low percussion and bass vocals were all enhanced, realistic, and audible. Now I consider the thump in the chest from the footfall of a T-Rex or explosion of carpet bombing to be just gravy.

Strutter 06-30-2007 03:12 PM

Re: Definitive Technology Supercube Trinity Sub
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by The Ear (Post 803)
I bought a Sunfire sub to boost my surround-sound movies, but in truth the impact on my music was much more enjoyable and necessary. My stereo (or front right and left) speakers were rated to 30 hz and below, but the sub really opened up their sound. Organ and bass pedals were far more defined, and string bass, piano, low percussion and bass vocals were all enhanced, realistic, and audible. Now I consider the thump in the chest from the footfall of a T-Rex or explosion of carpet bombing to be just gravy.

The Ear,,,are you related to TheEAR over at Klipsch forums?


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