The new SuperSub X subwoofer is a ultra-high-performance & compact subwoofer that incorporates many recently developed unique and advanced technologies and components. The goal was to create a beautifully styled, finely finished, reasonably sized subwoofer that could generate very low frequency pressure waves of extremely high amplitude, while delivering accurate and precise low frequency performance that is both highly impactful and extremely musical.

GoldenEar have incorporated a unique, patented 360 degree dual-plane inertially-balanced driver and sub-bass radiator topology, combined with a very advanced electronics package. With two active drivers separated horizontally in space, as well as two passive radiators separated vertically, the driver-to-room coupling is distributed much more smoothly, for in-room bass performance that can’t typically be achieved with a single subwoofer.

The electronics packages that drive the SuperSub X’s fully balanced array are a 1400 watt Class D Digital amplifier whose design is based on the technology originally developed for the GoldenEar Triton One tower. Features include: Discrete multi-band limiting, phase-perfect equalisation, fully balanced and advanced reconstruction filters and a strong focus on keeping latency to an absolute minimum. Input facilities include a direct-coupled, unfiltered LFE input for home theatre, or stereo Left/Right low level inputs with low-pass for two-channel setups. Sonically, the result of all this technology is rock-solid bass response that is both exceptionally fast and tuneful for music and extraordinarily deep and powerful, in order to effortlessly reproduce the most extreme movie sound effects.


  • Frequency Response: 12 Hz – 250 kHz
  • LFE Line-Level Input: Unfiltered (no low pass), direct-coupled
  • Dimensions: 35.5cm W x 32cm H (w/ feet) x 31cm D
  • Driver Complement:  two 8˝ long-throw high-output bass drivers; two 10-1/2˝ x 9-1/2˝ quadratic planar infrasonic radiators
  • Amplifier: 1400W ForceField digital amplifier
  • Right/Left Line-Level Input: Variable High-Pass from 40 Hz – 150 Hz