NAD svt 112av

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  1. midichlorine

    midichlorine Supporting Member

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    these cabs are pretty cool!!

    they definitely look great but the box size is bigger than most other 112s I've tried and therefore move a bit more air!

    a bit more punchy than i expected too.

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  2. jeff7bass

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  3. midichlorine

    midichlorine Supporting Member

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    thanks jeff,

    i guess I'm gonna go ahead and get 2 more of these:hyper:
     
  4. jeff7bass

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    So I'm assuming that heads operates at 2 ohms? Have you jammed with just the 2 cabs yet? I do all my gigs with two 12" cabs and have never needed more stage volume. Four of those would be cool though.
     
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  6. midichlorine

    midichlorine Supporting Member

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    Yeah man
    The db750 is 2 ohm safe and at that point is a monster!!

    Yes, 2 will handle most of my gigs.
    Most of my gigs are small ( specially this time of year)
    But in the spring and summer I do lots of festivals and outdoor events so 4 would be awesome!!
    Actually, I just had an idea!!

    Maybe I'll add 2 210aV's sideways on the top of each and have 2 112s and 2 av210s and a totally modular component system!!:hyper:
     
  7. RickenBoogie

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    All matching 12's is the better idea. Search the topic of mixing spkr sizes for hours of fun reading.
     
  8. midichlorine

    midichlorine Supporting Member

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    Yeah man!!

    That's great!

    The mixing cabs police would definitely be against that.
    Oh well,
    When they start getting my gigs I'll start worrying about that.
     
  9. vin*tone

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    Sexy.

    They should have put feet on the side so you can stack vertically with a micro head. Looks like you can do the DB112 feet trick with some small stoppers on the corners.
     
  10. JimmyM

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    Very cool! Seriously tempted to get a couple of those cabs, although my wife says I'm not allowed to be tempted anymore ;)
     
  11. Mastermold

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    Anyone tried these out with an SVT?
     
  12. jeff7bass

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    Say what? You said no more GAS man!!

    :spit:
     
  13. Giorgetto

    Giorgetto Fingers on 4 Flatwounds Supporting Member

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    I'm ordering 2 SVT112AV's to use with my PF-800 which is on the way.....Can't wait.
     
  14. svtb15

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    Im looking for a small rig and these SVT-112AV look nice.. Would go great with my SVT 2 Non pro or SVT3 non pro...
    Has anyone tried these against an aggy GS112 or DB112?
     
  15. The Chuck

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    How do the two 112AVs work with the PF-800? I have a PF-800 and I may get the 212AV or a 410he, not sure yet which way to go!

    Thanks
     
  16. greengoblin

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    Did you ever get a chance to try these out and A/B them with your 210AV's?
     
  17. Mastermold

    Mastermold Supporting Member

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    I keep getting tempted by this cabinet. Still using my two 115 cabs for now.
     
  18. JimmyM

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    Nope, only the 212av's, which are excellent.
     
  19. Giorgetto

    Giorgetto Fingers on 4 Flatwounds Supporting Member

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    The 112 AV's work really well with the PF-800, I get full lows which surprised me and they are very "musical" sounding IMHO. This stack is great for small venues and average size clubs. This setup has become my go-to club setup. I originally was going to order the cabs with a matching V4-B but I was trying to keep the stack as light as possible. So far I've had no regrets with the PF-800 w/ 2-112AV's.
     
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  20. The Chuck

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    Well I tried a 410he last night and I really really liked it. It filled my requirement of not being bottom heavy however, I am worried that I may be left wanting just a little bit more on the bottom end. Now I am going to try the 112AV and a 212AV if I can get one of my local stores to get them in for me to try.
     
  21. TC.65

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    I couldn't try the 410HE or the 212AV before I bought so I went with the 212 and I'm very happy. I did get to try the V4B through a B series 410HE after I got the 212 and it sounded very good. I could have went with either one and it would have been good. If you go with the 410 I would go with the SVT series and not the B series.
     

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