SuperCube SuperCube I, II, III, Reference and Trinity Signature Subwoofers Congratulations! You are about to enter the world of truly astonishing bass with your new Deﬁnitive Technology SuperCube Subwoofer. Your new SuperCube Sub is a compact, high-quality powered subwoofer intended for use in your superior music or home theater system.
Safety Precautions CAUTION! To reduce the risk of electric shock and ﬁre, do not remove the cover or back plate of this device. There are no user serviceable parts inside. Please refer all servicing to licensed service technicians. Avis: Risque de choc electricque, ne pas ouvrir. CAUTION! The international symbol of a lightning bolt inside a triangle is intended to alert the user to uninsulated “dangerous voltage”...
Record the serial num- ber found on the back of the subwoofer in the appropriate place on your warranty card. Mail in your Warranty Card within 10 days of purchase.
Just be sure to leave at least 2 inches of clearance on the sides and front of the subwoofer, and with the Trinity Signature, 2 inches on the top, sides and rear if the subwoofer is placed on its back. Wiring Diagrams Low-Level Connections Most often used is the LFE connection.
Repeat this process for the left channel. Please take care that the red (+) terminal on the subwoofer is connected to the red (+) terminal on your receiver or ampliﬁer, and that the black (-) terminal on your receiver or ampliﬁer is connected to the black (-) terminal on...
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Again, take care to make red to red (+) and black to black (-) terminal connections. Don’t worry that on your left subwoofer the right channel terminals will be empty and that on the right channel subwoofer the left channel terminals will be empty—...
[See Diagram 3.] When hooked up thusly, it allows you to vary the low-frequency roll-off of your main speakers. This control only works using the low-level inputs and outputs.
SuperCube subwoofer has a special circuit which automatically turns the powered subwoofer section on when a signal is fed to the loudspeaker and does not require an on/off switch. Please note that if you hear a pop from the speaker when the amp powers up or powers down, this is normal.
4-amp 250-volt slow-blow fuse for the 240-volt version. 7. If you cannot get your subwoofer to turn on or if no sound comes out and you’re sure the system is set up properly, please bring the subwoofer to your Deﬁnitive Technology Authorized Dealer for assistance.
"W x 14 "D x 14 "H 13 Hz – 200 Hz One 10" long-throw SuperCube Technology subwoofer coupled to two 10" infrasonic radiators 1500 Watts Digitally-Coupled Class D ampliﬁer 12 dB/octave continuously variable (40 – 150 Hz) 6 dB/octave (80 Hz) 24 dB/octave continuously variable (40 –...
5-Years for Drivers and Cabinets, 3-Years for Electronic Components Deﬁnitive Technology warrants to the original retail purchaser only that this Deﬁnitive Technology Loudspeaker Product (the “Product”) will be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of ﬁve (5) years covering the drivers and cabinets, and three (3) years for the electronic components from the date of the original purchase from a Deﬁnitive Technology Authorized Dealer.