Originally Posted by PazzoBasso
I can't help much, but...
I have a CXL 210 (I've heard that it is similar in sound to the NL210) - it's a quick, tight sounding cab (not quite as open as I'd like)... I also have a CXL112 & will be pairing them together shortly (waiting for some cables)... The 112 does sound a bit deeper & I'm hoping the combo is nice (they stack perfectly)...
What amp are you using? I've found that the EA cabs pair well with EA heads (I'm much happier with the cabs & my iamp 350 vs a TC electronics head I had been using & also better than my much loved Markbass LMII). The iamp also has the "deep" switch with helps fill out the sound.
Sorry I can't help with the 410...
How far to the great white north are you?
I live in Ottawa but I've been to the North Pole a few times! lol Beat that! ha!
I hear that the EA stuff matches pretty well.
I'm using the Carvin DCM2000L. I also have 4 Carvin DCM2000 and 1 Carvin DCM2500.
I'm thinking of getting a Carvin DCM3800L with the XDrive.
Check out these specs on the XDrive portion of the amp. http://www.carvinguitars.com/products/DCM3800LX
DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING:
Multi DSP 48kHz/24 bit
30-band Graphic EQ (each input): 20Hz to 20kHz, +/-12dB in 0.5dB steps
Gain: +12dB to -68dB in 0.5dB steps
Source Routing with Amp Bridging
Phase: 0 or -180 degrees (in or out)
High pass and Low pass (Crossover) Filters:
- Butterworth: 6, 12, 18, 24, 48 dB/oct.
- Bessel: 12, 24 dB/oct.
- Linkwitz-Riley: 12, 24, 48 dB/oct.
Limiter: 0dB to -30dB threshold, hard limiting in 1dB steps
Delay: 0-120mS in 21uS steps (0-120ft in 0.28in steps, or 0-40 meters in 7mm steps)
4-band Parametric EQs (per output): +/- 12dB in 0.5dB steps, 0.16 to 2.0 octaves(Q)
Right now I'm using 2 Carvin 742 Monitors that I've put in 600 Watt Drivers. 15's with Horns (motorola horn no xover)
and they seem to fill out the bottom nicely.
Gecko 5 EMG DC40/CS40 with EMG BQC ====> ART Pro Channel II =====> Carvin DCM2000L ====> EA NL210 and 2 Carvin 742's.
The 742's are on channel 1 and the NL210 is on Channel 2.
This way I can mix out a cool volume/tone.
Tommy L sends.....