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Need help choosing additional Bergantino cabs...

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by Byron Chambers, Jan 2, 2014.

  1. Byron Chambers

    Byron Chambers

    Jan 10, 2010
    I currently have two Bergantino 1x12 cabs. An HT112 and an EX112. I love the cabs, but I sometimes feel like I need more output for the louder gigs.

    Id like to simply double up my rig with two more 1x12 cabs. That way I could run two on each side of my Eden WT800 head. The problem is that the HT/EX series have been discontinued. I'm left to choose between the CN112 or the HD112. Anybody have any words of wisdom as to which cabinets would be best to go with for my circumstance?
  2. 3rdcurve


    Dec 26, 2008
    Bourbon, MO
    These come up every so often in the classifieds, more so now with the release of the CN line. If you are patient and cruise the classifieds frequently you could most likely mirror your current rig for not much more than the cost of 1 new CN112.
  3. Pako

    Pako Are we having fun yet?

    Jul 31, 2002
    USA, Montana
    I would give Jim a phone call or email and ask him what would be the best match for his older series cabs.

  4. bikeplate

    bikeplate Supporting Member

    Jun 7, 2001
    Upstate NY
    The cabs u have now are ceramic magnet speakers. CN models are the lighter neos so I'd lean you toward HD's
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  6. If I had the dough, I would buy both the HD112 and CN112.
    I would then do a test to see which one is the least favorite out of the 4 cabs and which one doesn't meet your needs and either sell it or return it.

    Then pick up another berg cab that you really enjoy or meets your needs and probably buy used.

    Of course, this would be my opinion.

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