The UltraCube 10 includes a single 10" base driver cone and two 9" radiators which work together to produce "excellent sound with the absence of resonant background noise".
Paradigm claims the UltraCube is more specifically manufactured to provide "enhanced performance in a compact size". The UltraCube 10 sub-woofer includes a 1950 watt dynamic peak limit combined with a 40Hz -150Hz cut-off variable frequency. For added control; the UltraCube 10 includes an auto on/off function, a sub-woofer level switch, and an additional USB port for added compatibility. Like it's higher end model, the Paradigm UltraCube 10 sub-woofer includes both a ventilation system and an installed heatsync which allow the interior to maintain a cool temperature during operation. The body of the UltraCube 10 device is manufactured from wood materials on the exterior and includes a die-cast aluminum interior which is designed to provide "exceptional acoustic resonances". The wood exterior is adorned in a matte finish which Paradigm calls "Black Ash".