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115 part out - Emi Kappa Pro 15A, cab, horn & crossover all cheap! (Dayton, OH)

Discussion in 'For Sale: Amps, Preamps, and Cabinets' started by christw, Oct 7, 2012.


  1. christw

    christw Get low! Supporting Member

    May 11, 2008
    Dayton OH
    Disclosures:
    I want to be Tesla (tinkerer at Dayton Amp Co)
    I picked this up as a fill in when I moved and sold off my mass of vintage gear. This cab is loaded with an Eminence Kappa Pro 15A. It looks like a Carvin cab (including Carvin backplate & RL style tweeter) but I can't guarantee that it is. It has an L-pad hooked up to the high range driver and it works really well. This cab's low end rolls off quite a bit like an Ampeg SVT 810E would including a 120hz bump but overall it has a cleaner character. With my QSC USA 850 the thing puts out an insane amount of volume without farting out.

    8 ohms, 500w thermal handling, ~ 250w RMS power handling, 101 dB @ 1w/1m. Probably around 60 pounds.

    $80 or an SM58 takes it all. Seriously, that's a ridiculous deal for a working 115.

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  2. Kellymack

    Kellymack

    Jan 7, 2011
    Pm'd on xover and tweet...
     
  3. christw

    christw Get low! Supporting Member

    May 11, 2008
    Dayton OH
    Disclosures:
    I want to be Tesla (tinkerer at Dayton Amp Co)
  4. christw

    christw Get low! Supporting Member

    May 11, 2008
    Dayton OH
    Disclosures:
    I want to be Tesla (tinkerer at Dayton Amp Co)
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  6. christw

    christw Get low! Supporting Member

    May 11, 2008
    Dayton OH
    Disclosures:
    I want to be Tesla (tinkerer at Dayton Amp Co)
    I ended up not moving this. $80 or an SM58 takes it all.
     



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