Definitive Technology ProSub 1000 Subwoofer Demo

in this video i’m going to
show how to remove and replace a blown
amplifier from a pro
definitive technology pro sub 1000 which
i’ve had for quite a long time that
the amp blew so i had to buy a new one
and i just got this today and i’m going
to show you how to replace it
the first thing you want to do is remove
the amplifier module itself
let’s do that
remove the last two screws
oh this is really hard away
and i’m going to try prying it out
so i had to kind of like use the pocket
knife to even
pry it out trying to like minimize the
damage to the wood but it’s kind of a
what actually worked was gravity itself
i just kind of tilted it on its side
and used the actual weight because this
thing weighs
it is not light this is a very high
quality amp
so here i got it out
here it is man that is heavy
hard to get a look in there but you can
see there’s connectors right there
on the speaker speakers in the front the
passive radiators on the bottom
i’m a little surprised that there’s no
phone uh
like deadening material but i already
pulled off the negative
uh i’m gonna go ahead and pull out the
positive wire
now for this volume knob here i guess
it’s more like the gain
which is on the side of the sub and it’s
connected to this
little white connector there right here
i’m just going to pull it out
there we go there’s the wires
here comes the old one look at the size
of this
this transformer it is heavy
whatever they advertise the power is i
think it’s like 300
300 watts i believe it because this
thing this has got away like 15 pounds
this little thing it’s all on that that
it’s all on this transformer look at all
that copper
here’s a new unit
it’s all wrapped up i won’t bore you
with all that
so now you’re going to basically do
everything in reverse
you’re going to connect the wires back
on to the subwoofer
with the red wire being the positive
wire being on the left side
of the subwoofer as shown in this
picture and the black wire on the right
side which is the negative wire
and then you’re gonna place the
amp module back slide it back into the
body of the subwoofer and
start screwing all the screws back in
basically that’s it it’s just what what
what it took to
probably just a lot easier to do um you
just want to
might want to be a little careful uh
when you actually make
making the wire connections on the
subwoofer make sure you got them in good
and taut before you actually you know
screw everything back in you might
actually want to just screw a couple of
screws on and then
test out the amp and the subwoofer and
make sure everything’s working correctly
before you actually finish
screwing all the screws back in so
that’s just a quick little tip
i hope you enjoyed the video i know it
was kind of quick and random but
it was something that actually happened
i thought might be able to help somebody
out there
take it easy

Definitive Technology ProSub 1000 Subwoofer Specs

Subwoofer TypeActive
Enclosure TypeSealed
Amplifier Power Rating300 W RMS
Drivers10″ / 25.4 cm (Front-Firing)
Passive Radiators1 x 10″ / 25.4 cm
Frequency Response18 to 150 Hz
Connectivity1 x RCA Input (LFE)
2 x Binding Post Pair Input
2 x Binding Post Pair Output
AC Input Power120 VAC, 60 Hz
Placement & Mounting OptionsFloorstanding
Dimensions12 x 14.4 x 17.9″ / 30.5 x 36.7 x 45.4 cm

Definitive Technology ProSub 1000 Subwoofers

Definitive Technology ProSUB 1000 Subwoofers in Home Theater Review! This home theater review will cover the flagship model of this popular brand of speakers, the ProSUB. This high-performance subwoofer produces an incredibly deep but tonally smooth sound. Its powerful audio amplifier and powerful electronic crossover help to produce clean, precise, and powerful bass.

The Definitive Technology ProSUB 1000 subwoofers are truly a unique product. They are one high-quality, one color, one tone, and one styling all in one. This home theater subwoofers from Definitive technology have it all! It has one high-frequency driver with two surround speakers that are polycarbonate and each is driven by separate magnet motors. It also has a one-touch control for the bass response.

One of the best features about this subwoofers from Definitive technology is that they use a very unique and advanced woofer and crossover assembly. The woofer and crossover are made of extremely durable polypropylene and rubber composites. This way, you will know that you are getting the best quality product that you can. Other speaker components such as the balanced dome drive woofer and high precision acoustical board are also featured on the subwoofers from this brand.

With such a powerful speaker system, you will definitely want to optimize it through powerful amplifiers. The Definitive ProSUB 1000 amplifiers will handle the audio needs of your entire home theatre. You can connect this subwoofer to your main stereo system or send the sound through a DVD player, computer monitor or even an iPhone to share the music. If you connect the amplifier correctly, your favorite songs will come alive in your home theatre system and you will be able to hear every low bass ripple and thump that your favorite music makes.

The amplifier portion of the ProSub 1000 subwoofers is what sets it apart from other manufacturers. It has a full-range frequency response that can handle low frequencies as well as high frequencies. What other subwoofers from other manufacturers can’t offer you is a full bass response with a long frequency response. A 300 watts amplifier is also featured on this subwoofer so you can get the power you need without having to worry about putting a lot of power into the vehicle.

The Definitive Technology ProSUB 1000 subwoofers have a nice easy to use interface. You will find that you are immediately greeted with an LCD screen that explains the features of the subwoofers including frequency response, power requirements, amplifier wattage, THD, IMD, Zoning, and more. This LCD is easy to read and offers a wealth of information that will allow you to make an educated decision about which subwoofer will work best for you. You can also use the SubWoof Web site for any troubleshooting issues that you may have regarding your new Definitive ProSUB 1000.

Definitive Technology ProSub 1000 Subwoofer FAQ

Definitive Technology high output 10-inch subwoofer

If you are thinking of buying a new high-output amplifier or subwoofer, take a look at the Definitive Technology high output brands. They have many exclusive features that will add to your overall enjoyment of music. The company is also committed to making sure that your listening experience is top quality.

The Definitive Technology High Output amplifier and subwoofer come in four different models. The Batterly Rock solid state amp and subwoofer are designed especially for hard use in the workplace and on the road. The amplifier and subwoofer also handle audio files wonderfully well. The Rock bumps things up a notch and is perfect for people who like to listen to rock or rap at high volumes. It has all the latest technology and is one of the few companies to use true rubber surround. These models will handle anything that might come your way with ease.

The Definitive Technology high output products are all compatible with most car stereos and most head phones, so there is no compatibility issues here either. The other great thing about these speakers is that they are very consistent in terms of sound quality and you should not have any complaints about them. If you are thinking of upgrading your car sound system, then consider these models from other high output brands.

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3 verified buyer reviews
  1. All I can say is “Wow,” this Sub is more than I could have imagined. I’ve had a number of subwoofers and home theater setups in the past. Furthermore, this sub offers strong tight bass that is not muffled or distorted, but rather clean and pure. I like how it has a volume knob on the side so you can adjust it to your preferences. As soon as I hooked it up (LFE input) and plugged it into the outlet and turned on the power switch, it gets very low, even at 3/4 volume. Then I tried different kinds of music (Directv music channels) and a couple of Blu-rays. This is set up with Def Tech Pro-monitors 1000 and Pro Center 2000. That’s fantastic.

  2. This subwoofer was purchased as part of a new kit to replace my Bose Acoustimass 10 set. Despite the fact that it has a 10″ woofer, it is much smaller than I thought. It has a Low Frequency Effect (LFE) input as well as line level inputs in case your receiver lacks an LFE output. On the back, there is a power on/off switch, and the power cord detaches from the unit, making storage and transport simpler. On the back, there is also a variable crossover selector. A rotary volume knob is located on the edge (placement may be a problem if you place your sub in a tight corner or location). This subwoofer’s style is excellent; nothing flashy that will attract attention to your home decor. It is an acoustic suspension device that includes a passive radiator that operates in conjunction with a woofer.

    The audio quality is excellent! Tight, accurate, and will have the acoustic vibration of a theater experience. It also blends in well with the Pro 800 speakers and Pro 1000 center speaker I bought to go with this sub. Overall, I am very pleased with this subwoofer, and I believe it far outperforms my old Bose Acoustimass 10 series in terms of audio fidelity.

    – Small in size
    – Flexible input
    – Excellent audio fidelity
    – Consistent audio range
    – Crossover with variable selectability
    – Enough continuous power (RMS)
    – Excellent Design

    – Depending on the sub location, locating the volume knob can be difficult.
    – Would like to have a status LED on the front for quick visual comparison.
    – Feet protrude from the finished edge (sides)

  3. This subwoofer by Defenitive came from their Pro Line, specifically the Pro Sub 1000, which has 300 watts and Def Tech’s signature bass radiator technology. It was not what the reviewers had posted. BOOMY. When summoned, it was unable to deliver a hard hit. I have an SVS 2000 500watt RMS 12″ Sub and a Klipsch R12SW 300watt RMS subwoofer. These are my two daughters, to whom all others are compared. The SVS for her Mike Tyson ding ding! And the Klipsch for her Thundering Bass drone, which can make even the whitest boy dance to Hip Hop, Hippety Hop… Don’t give up. Yes, and these two girls in a movie together? 1 for a long thundering roar at the bottom end of thunder, trains, and large explosions. And the other to slap you in the face at the start, reproducing the Thunderous CLAP that the Klipsch SW12 or SW112 (recommended at 300watts RMS instead of the R12’s 200) cannot come close to reproducing! Since the SVS’s sealed box cannot repeat the klipchs! They were made for each other! The Def Tech is neither outstanding nor a member of my entourage. Regrettably, I am a Def Tech speaker fan as well as an SVS Speaker fan. What is a Klipsch? They’re fine for some stuff. It’s just not for me.

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