- Amps [BG]
|Ender_rpm ||01-08-2013 05:47 PM |
Lightweight sealed 4x10s?
I've been reading threads the last couple days, looks like the GK MBE410 is the only sealed lightweight 410 out there? There has to be more. Looking to tget the most out of a 90 watt EBS tube head, so high sensitivity is good too. I'm using the EBS Classic 410 right now, which is nice, but I want that AMpeg-y punch, you know?
|AdamR ||01-08-2013 05:50 PM |
Ampeg 410HE, SWR Marcus Miller and Reeves 410 are all sealed also. Marcus Miller is a Neo cab so it should be pretty light,
|Ender_rpm ||01-08-2013 06:22 PM |
Ampeg is 91 pounds,not light to me :)
Reeves looks good, pricey
SWR has a horn, which I can just turn off, but why have it then?
|TC.65 ||01-08-2013 07:14 PM |
The Hartke HyDrive 410 is a sealed cab with lots of punch. It may go well with that head.
|Ender_rpm ||01-08-2013 08:42 PM |
Hartke looks interesting. May have to hunt one down.
Two sealed 210's would be the lightest ... and can go vertical :)
|Ender_rpm ||01-09-2013 03:12 AM |
yeah, the 2x SVT210AV skinny stack is under consideration as well.
|Dan55 ||01-09-2013 11:52 AM |
The Ampeg SVT410HE isn't particulary heavy, IMHO. It definitely doesn't weigh 91 lbs, in spite of what Ampeg's website says.
|AlexanderB ||01-09-2013 12:20 PM |
Look out for second hand Mark Bass cabs as well. Their Classic series is sealed. Second hand Trace Elliot might be an option too.
By the way, the Ampeg SVT-410HE is not one of the more sensitive speakers out there. IME it requires a bit of power to do its job. That cab + 90W amplifier will surely not work in all band situations.
|AlexanderB ||01-09-2013 12:26 PM |
Even if the Ampeg is not louder than your current EBS cab, it will give you an easy opportunity to run two of them. I belive the T90 has 8 and 4 Ohm outputs so it is more limited if you want to got with dual (4 Ohms) EBS cabs. A special cable will make it work, though.
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