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18 inch JBL in Scoop cabinet

Discussion in 'For Sale: Amps, Preamps, and Cabinets' started by Funkengrooven, Oct 3, 2005.


  1. Funkengrooven

    Funkengrooven Turn it down? You gotta be nuts!!

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    This Cabinet is now at Lancaster Music Exchange on consignment.
    If you want it please call and ask for John (the owner) 717-299-0288

    Thanks
    Dave



    Here is the answer to your earthquake dreams.
    A JBL 2241G in a scoop cabinet.
    The cabinet is of unknown manufacture but sturdy and properly sealed and covered in carpet. size 24 w x 24 d x 36 h
    The Speaker is clean and solid.
    The speaker impedance is 4 ohms

    Pictures are attached.
    Price $250.00 takes it away (OBO)
    I live nearly in between Harrisburg, Pa and Baltimore, Md
    and can deliver with comp for gas within 5 hours in any direction

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  2. steers b-c

    steers b-c

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    Any chance you'd be willing to part out the speaker?
  3. Funkengrooven

    Funkengrooven Turn it down? You gotta be nuts!!

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    Probably if you really want it... :meh:
  4. digidealaybb404

    digidealaybb404

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    how does that actually sound.

    and how many ohms. and alitlle more info about it please.
  5. Funkengrooven

    Funkengrooven Turn it down? You gotta be nuts!!

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    It sounds BIG and smooth the scoop reinforces the lower notes below 100 Hz.
    The Speaker / Cabinet is 4 ohms as first posted.
    The speaker, according to JBL spec, will handle 600 watts continous pink noise... (Pink noise is bottom heavy and matches the frequency response of the human ear.)

    If you play a real trebly sound you might need a top cabinet depending on your desired sound.
    JBL quotes the frequency response to be 30 Hz to 3000Hz

    here is the link for the spec sheet on the speaker
    http://www.jblpro.com/pub/components/2241.pdf
  6. whitedk57

    whitedk57

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    That's a neat cab! :eek:
  7. haujobb

    haujobb

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    I'm not 100% certain, but that may be against policy. Don't quote me on it though.

    Edit:
    Maybe here... I dunno... I wouldn't like someone saying that when I'm trying to sell something.
  8. whitedk57

    whitedk57

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    All I said was that is was neat! :confused:
  9. haujobb

    haujobb

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    I'm not sure :D

    IMHO of course :p
  10. Thor

    Thor Thanks Andy Pyle for showing me the way. Supporting Member

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    That is actually a very interesting design.

    A 18" JBL driver in a cab designed to enhance its
    already superior performance and quality strikes
    me as pretty interesting.

    But then I am a cab hoe, I guess.

    If you think creating a 6.5+ earthquake on the Richter scale
    isn't fun, go on to the mass produced kiddie cabs.

    Hey FG, how about some background on it? How old is it?
    Where did you acquire this unusual piece btw?
  11. Funkengrooven

    Funkengrooven Turn it down? You gotta be nuts!!

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    I have no idea how old it is nor who made it..I do know that I have reinforced it to cure some vibrating internal pieces...rock solid now...

    It was purchase from an EBay seller living in Newport News Va.
    I took my wife to Va. Beach for a winter vacation and on the way home we stopped and picked it up.
    It fit into the back of a PT Cruiser with plenty of room to spare...
    It is made from 3/4 and 1 inch MDF Particle board, real dense but manageable.
  12. Thor

    Thor Thanks Andy Pyle for showing me the way. Supporting Member

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    I think my GAS is bigger than my shed.
  13. Funkengrooven

    Funkengrooven Turn it down? You gotta be nuts!!

    Joined:
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    Location:
    Amish Country York County Pa.
    This Cabinet is now at Lancaster Music Exchange on consignment.
    If you want it please call and ask for John (the owner) 717-299-0288

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