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Ashdown ABM410H

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by nil, Apr 2, 2002.

  1. Anyone here use/have used this cabinet in a live situation? How does it hold up, sound/volume/build-wise? It's frequency response starts @ 70Hz...is it more midrange-emphasised or can it fill yer pants with bass?

    I'm GASsing for a replacement 4x10 for my Ampeg SVT410HLN...my new custom 8x10 is the bomb, but a little large for smaller gigs. The Ampeg, while quite nice, projects too far forward for what I need, and is a little cumbersome.

    I'm leaning towards the Ashdown 'cause:

    - handles 600w @ 8ohms (i'd like to bridge my head into it, 800w @ 8ohms)
    - 103dB sensitivity
    - cheaper than alot of other cabs
    - primo construction and aesthetics
    - I can get it here in NZ

    What do you people think? Music being played is more in the rock stable on a 4-string.
  2. Niskamies


    Jan 13, 2004
    I have that cab, with the 8 ohm load. Sounds good, the best 4x10" i've played. When I was going to get a cab, I tested EBS, Ashdown and Ampeg, and I chose Ashdown. Fantastic sounding cab.
  3. How does the ABM-410H differ from the ABM-410T? I'm in the market for a cool 4x10 and have tried and liked the ABM-410T.