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Avatar Internal Dimensions

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by bgavin, Oct 18, 2004.

  1. If anybody has internal dimensions for Avatar bass cabs, would they please post them?
  2. KOakley


    Sep 26, 2002
    Hampton Va
    22 5/8W X 12 5/8D .Heightwise-22 5/8 from top to top of port shelf which is 3/4 thick. The port is 22 5/8W x14 5/8D x 2H. The port shelf has 6" between it's back edge and the back panel. In addition there is a 3/4 x2 x 6 5/8 cleat centered in the port. The back edge of the cleat is flush with the back edge of the port shelf. These are the inside dimensions for an Avatar B212 cabinet. If this isn't clear,I have a dimensioned sketch which I will be glad to fax or mail to you. I couldn't get the sketch to upload, but if you need it p.m. or e-mail an address or fax# and I will send it to you. I hope this helps you. I rarely post but have learned a lot from your posts on cab building.
  3. Thanks. I'm looking at the possitibilities of using alternate drivers in Avatar cabs.

    You can email to doc at compudox [dot] com. I would appreciate it. If you get a bounce, my mail servers are heavily spam controlled. My altenate email is compudox [at} yahoo (dot] com.

    A real shame one cannot post an email address without the harvesters getting it. I block 30,000 spams each month from my mail servers.
  4. BillyB_from_LZ

    BillyB_from_LZ Supporting Member

    Sep 7, 2000
    Bruce...any particular Avatar cabinets or just any/all?

    I currently have a pair of B210s (both versions) and have made drawings of the CB115 that I had (and you already have dim on the B212). I probably have dimensions of the original C15 and B112 in my files somewhere...
  5. Petebass


    Dec 22, 2002
    QLD Australia
    Not a bad idea.
  6. I'm interested in 10s, 12s, and 15s.

    The 10" cabs are too large for some, too small for other drivers. I suspect the cab foot print takes precedence over acoustic engineering, since all are 25" wide and fit on toop of the larger cabs.

    A 4x10 made from B102 drivers would be very compact, because each driver only requires 0.59 cubic feet net. A 4x10 made from BP102 requires 2.19 cubic feet per driver, obviously far too large.

    The Avatar 2x12 also appear to be too large for various Eminence 12s, but might be right on the money for Delta 12LF types.
  7. BillyB_from_LZ

    BillyB_from_LZ Supporting Member

    Sep 7, 2000
    Let's see...

    B210 (original rear ported design) - Inside dimensions 22.5 by 13.75 by 12.625 in. with a 3.875 in dia, 1 in. deep vent in the middle of the back.

    B210 (Delta Jan '04) - Inside box dimensions (including the port height) 22.5 by 15.875 by 12.625 in. Port shelf, 3/4 in. plywood, port 1.5 in. tall, shelf 10 in deep. Note that the port shelf is flush with the front of the cabinet but the baffle is recessed 1 in..

    CB115H - Inside box dimensions 23.125 by 15.3125 by 12.625. Port shelf 3/4 in. Port size 1.75 by 10.125 in. As with the new B210, the port shelf is flush with the front and the baffle is recessed 1 in.

    Hope this helps!