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Your favorite 6x10 cab amongst these?

Discussion in 'Amps [BG]' started by krall, Mar 30, 2008.

Your fave?

  1. Ampeg- 610 HLF

    30 vote(s)
    16.7%
  2. Bergantino- NV610

    65 vote(s)
    36.1%
  3. Eden- D610XLT

    18 vote(s)
    10.0%
  4. Epifani- UL-610

    10 vote(s)
    5.6%
  5. Genz Benz- 610-XB

    8 vote(s)
    4.4%
  6. Mesa/Boogie- 6X10 Roadready/PowerHouse

    32 vote(s)
    17.8%
  7. Sonic- 610 Standard

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  8. SWR- Goliath Senior 6X10

    12 vote(s)
    6.7%
  9. Warwick- 611 Pro

    5 vote(s)
    2.8%
  1. Ampeg- 610 HLF
    Bergantino- NV610
    Eden- D610XLT
    Epifani- UL-610
    Genz Benz- 610-XB
    Mesa/Boogie- 6X10 Roadready/PowerHouse
    Sonic- 610 Standard
    SWR- Goliath Senior 6X10
    Warwick- 611 pro
     
  2. Coelho

    Coelho

    May 10, 2006
    Astoria, NY
  3. Bergantino!

    Ordering mine next week :D
     
  4. Specs by brand:

    Ampeg- 610 HLF

    RMS Power Handling: 600-Watts
    Frequency Response (-3dB): 53Hz-18kHz
    Sensitivity: 98dB
    Weight: 115 Pounds

    Bergantino- NV610

    RMS Power Handling: 750-Watts
    Frequency Response (-3dB): 48Hz-4.5kHz
    Sensitivity: 103dB
    Weight: 100 Pounds

    Eden- D610XLT

    RMS Power Handling: 1050-Watts
    Frequency Response (-2dB): 50Hz-14kHz
    Sensitivity: 107dB
    Weight: 130 Pounds

    Epifani- UL-610

    RMS Power Handling: 1500-Watts
    Frequency Response: 40Hz-16kHz
    Sensitivity: 104dB
    Weight: 82 Pounds

    Genz Benz- 610-XB

    RMS Power Handling: 900-Watts
    Frequency Response (-3dB): 35Hz-16kHz
    Sensitivity: 105dB
    Weight: 130 Pounds

    Mesa/Boogie- 6X10 Roadready/PowerHouse

    RMS Power Handling: 900-Watts
    Frequency Response (-3dB): N/A
    Sensitivity: N/A
    Weight: 134 Pounds

    Sonic- 610 Standard

    RMS Power Handling: 600-Watts
    Frequency Response (-3dB): N/A
    Sensitivity: N/A
    Weight: N/A

    SWR- Goliath Senior 6X10

    RMS Power Handling: 1200-Watts
    Frequency Response (-3dB): 55Hz-14kHz
    Sensitivity: N/A
    Weight: 115 Pounds

    Warwick- 611 pro

    RMS Power Handling: 900-Watts
    Frequency Response (-3dB): N/A
    Sensitivity: N/A
    Weight: 121 Pounds
     
  5. If going by specs alone, it seems that the Epifani and Eden cabs would be better than the Bergantino (which is winning by a large margin at this point)..Interesting..
     
  6. I was just thinking that when I looked at the specs of the Genz cab. The Berg doesn't have the most impressive specs but I guess it's one of those don't judge a book by it's cover' moments aye.
     
  7. mattq

    mattq

    May 23, 2006
    riverside, ca
    i voted for the swr. only because it's the only one i've played through other than the ampeg, and i like the swr better
     
  8. the berg and the eden/epifani are completely diferent sounds though, so it's not really a good comparison...
     
  9. JEDI BASS

    JEDI BASS Supporting Member

    Jan 26, 2008
    Knoxville, TN
    I can't vote, having never heard almost all of them. I have heard the Ampeg, results: unimpressed :(. I've got a Bergantino NV215. If their 610 is like it, the Berg should win hands down!
     
  10. 2Loud4You

    2Loud4You

    Jan 18, 2008
    Norcross, GA
    I've only played 2 of those, the Ampeg and the Genz Benz. I think my sig says which one I like best out of those 2.
     
  11. I've personally played thru 5 of them (Ampeg, Eden, Epifani, Genz Benz and Mesa/Boogie)..My favorite was the Eden (which is the one I finally purchased)..The least impressive was the Ampeg. The local music stores in my area do not carry/stock Bergantino, which is a shame. The one thing that impresses me the most about the Eden is the speaker efficiency @ 107dB..The best in the industry I believe. The most negative thing about it is the weight @ 130 lbs.
     
  12. msquared

    msquared

    Sep 19, 2004
    Kansas City
    I stopped caring about cabinet specifications after my first gig with the NV610.

    There are some good cabs on that list, but there's more to it than numbers on a screen.
     
  13. Bryan316

    Bryan316 Banned

    Dec 20, 2006
    Detroit
    I must be fair... and vote for the Ampeg 610 cuz its the only one I've owned. Though, I'll say with 10 minutes of wanking, the Mark Bass 610 was a serious pant-shaker. Should be included in this poll.
     
  14. jebersole

    jebersole

    May 20, 2005
    Can someone elaborate on this comment?

    >>the berg and the eden/epifani are completely diferent >>sounds though, so it's not really a good comparison...
     
  15. I've never played the berg, but the Eden owns the Ampeg and the SWR for sure.
     
  16. Thornton Davis

    Thornton Davis Supporting Member

    Dec 11, 1999
    GTA
    Genz-Benz GB610T-XB2 all the way! But then i'm highly biased.

    TD
     
  17. JonathanD

    JonathanD

    Dec 13, 2006
    Atlanta, GA
    There is a Bergantino Love on this thread that will not be overcome. Even if there was a 70LB 610 that sounded the same and cost less.

    Jonathan
     
  18. GregC

    GregC Johnny and Joe Gold Supporting Member

    Jan 19, 2007
    Chicago
    If the Berg were more widely distributed (still waiting for a dealer here), I bet it would have gotten 75% of the vote.
     
  19. I own the Epifani UL610, but have not played through the Bergantino
    NV610, so take my explanation with a grain of salt.
    From what I understand, the NV610 "New Vintage 610" is a take on the old school Ampeg sealed 810 cabinets, but with more focus, clarity, and volume.... (and mids to spare, but no tweeter.)
    The Epifani UL610 does something completely different. This is a modern hi-fi speaker cabinet with tons of lows and highs (and a wonderful tweeter.) The mids are there, just different, not the Rock N Roll mids of cut and doom, buth the UL can be eq'ed similarly, but from what I understand, not the same.
    I hope this helps, and maybe someone who has experience with both will come along and add their 2 bits.
     
  20. amos

    amos

    Oct 23, 2003
    SE Portland Oregon
    specs, schmecs. sealed cabs never look good on a paper.
     



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