Definitive Technology ProCinema 600 Speaker System Specs


Speaker: ProMonitor 600
Type: Two-way, monitor
Tweeter (size in inches, type): 1, pure-aluminum dome
Bass/midrange driver (size in inches, type): 3.25, polypropylene cone (1), plus 3.25 pressure-driven planar low-frequency radiator (1)
Nominal Impedance (ohms): 8
Recommended Amp Power (watts): 10–150
Available Finishes: high-gloss black or white
Dimensions (W x H x D, inches): 7 x 4.25 x 4
Weight (pounds): 3

Speaker:ProCenter 600
Type: Two-way, center
Tweeter (size in inches, type): 1, silk dome
Woofer (size in inches, type): 5.25, polypropylene cone (2)
Nominal Impedance (ohms): 8
Recommended Amp Power (watts): 10–175
Available Finishes: high-gloss black or white
Dimensions (W x H x D, inches): 4 x 4.25 x 10.5
Weight (pounds): 6

Subwoofer: ProSub 600
Enclosure Type: Passive radiator
Woofer (size in inches, type): 8, polymer cone and pressure-coupled low-bass radiator
Rated Power (watts): 250 RMS
Connections: speaker- and line-level input, RCA
Crossover Bypass: Yes
Available Finishes: Matte black
Dimensions (W x H x D, inches): 13 x 13 x 10.5
Weight (pounds): 17

System Price (as reviewed): $699 (updated 1/28/15)

Manufacturer Info
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iggypop70's picture

nice review but the pro cinema 800 system is a little bigger and I think would be better in a medium sized room. also, these speakers came out 6 years ago, why is home theater reviewing them now?

Scott Wilkinson's picture
We reviewed the DefTech ProCinema 600 system because it is currently a top-25 best seller on,, and, and we want to see if the best selling products in various categories are worthy of that status. Unlike flat panels and Blu-ray players, speaker systems often remain in a manufacturer's line for many years. The ProCinema 800 is a best seller only on Crutchfield, which is why we chose the 600 to review.
jimremus's picture

Scott, in the article you mentioned that you made manual adjustments to get the mid-bass more to your liking. I recently purchased the Definitive Technology ProCinema 800, and have found similar issues with the mid-bass of those speakers as well. What exactly did you do to correct this? Was this a matter of manually setting the speaker sizes/levels to override the Audyssey settings, or did you actually go as far as to attenuate the treble?

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