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Avatar 410

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by StandYourGround, Feb 15, 2005.

  1. I decided on getting two Avatar cabs, the 212 and a 410. Seems like it should kick some @$$. Just wondering what your guys take on the 3 options of 410 cabinets Avatar makes. I'm thinking of getting either the Neo or Pro. Lets hear it.
  2. Quadzilla

    Quadzilla Supporting Member

    Why are you getting a 2x12 AND a 4x10? Both are big and bulky. Sure the 4x10 will offer a little more punch and the 2x12 will go down low real nice. The two together would be overkill for anything shy of a gig at a stadium. I went from a Avatar 4x10 and 1x15 (together) setup down to a 2x10 and 1x12 setup. My newer setup is still PLENTY loud for any gig, the 2x10 has the punch and the 1x12 does the lows (Low B, etc) real well. Just trying to save your back and save you a little cash....
  3. protoz


    Nov 30, 2000
    I would buy the 410 first and see if you REALLY need the 2x12. I have never had any problems with volume with my Avatar 410Delta

    The Neo's are lighter and the Pro is their best of the best. The Pro's should handle more bottom end if that's what you need.
    Ballin'bass likes this.
  4. makes sense, thanks! how bout a 212 and 210. I've heard some good about that on here...or would you say just go with 112 and 210
  5. TheChariot


    Jul 6, 2004
    Boston, MA
    I would say just get a 212 and end it there. The 212 is like the "right-in-the-middle" Avatar cab. Fairly balanced. After hearing it, you can decide whether you want more punch (add a 210), more low end (add a 115), or more of the same (add a 112). That's the route I'm gonna take when I convert to Avatar :cool:
  6. Th9nker


    Mar 18, 2002
    The 2x12 and 2x10, That's what I would get... That would give you a really versitle set-up... If you get the 2 x 10 Kappa PRO, that thing is rated at 1000 watts! So either could be used alone as well... Be sure to get the right ohms for your amp!
  7. Okay, that convinced me. Makes good sense, thanks all for your help.
  8. Quadzilla

    Quadzilla Supporting Member

    I personally like having the punch of the 10's and the lows of the 12 in one setup. I'm sure the 2x12 is a winner also. Either way, you can't go wrong...
  9. darkfish01


    Feb 11, 2005
    San Marcos, Tx
    I'm thinking about getting the 2x12. I'm not sure, however, wether to get it in 4 ohms or 8 ohms. I'll be running it thru a Behringer 300 watt RMS head, and the cabinet is 1000 watts RMS. Unfortunately, Behringer, in all of their infinite wisdom, doesn't say if it's 4 or 8 ohms. How can I tell?
  10. protoz


    Nov 30, 2000
    If your amp is the Ultrabass BX3000T then it is 300watts@4Ohm, at least that's what I got out of the manual on their site. Hope that helps