My first actual thread! Yay!
So, a couple days ago I got a great deal on a 410. All of 150$ got me a sweet deal from a super generous bassist in Chestermere, including a boss Chorus, Flanger, and bass stand free of charge. What a nice guy he was!
I went to grab it and the seller knew basically nothing about it - so, we inspected it a little closer, including an impedance measurement - 6.5 ohms - and checking the inside of the cab out. The cab itself is at least 20 years old - as far as the seller and I know, and has no brand markings to speak of. None. The seller mentioned he thought it might be a custom, one-off sort of thing.
I tested it thru the seller's GK 400RB, which he said was just as old as the cab, and it sounded great. Even if it was pretty mashed up from gigging, I had to grab it.
I was hoping somebody here could help appease my curiosity and give me some information about it! It's not necessarily vital to my existance, but it would definitly be useful to know its actual
power handling instead of just guessing. Here are the stats and relevant information I could gather:
8 ohm impedance -
Minimum 300 watt handling (didn't try to push the amp that much)
Made in Canada! (Makes me think Traynor or Yorkville)
Drivers are marked 465-5, wired series-parallel (I think.)
Can be run Stereo - but the board behind has the sides bridged as if it were designed for use with another 410
Drivers are split into two compartments vertically inside, each side has a port, around 2" diameter and 7" length, estimated.
Printed board behind the back plate has a number on it - M1016-1.0
Another white sticker on the back, like the one that says Made in Canada, has a partial serial number - 005084. There used to be another sticker on the top part of the back plate, but unfortunately it's gone.
Most of these things can be observed in the pictures - and speaking of pictures...
...some pictures should help! They're really quite big, as far as I can tell - I mean, they filled my laptop screen before I resized them and even now they seem really big compared to some photos I see posted... I don't want to picture spam, especially considering some of us may have slow internet. So, here's a link to all of them -> http://s995.photobucket.com/user/1Bi...?state=replace