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Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by cako, Apr 9, 2014.
I think interesting to make a poll on several cabs on the low price side,
Is the "E series" Eden's good for hard rock? it's seems lightweight also
EX410 SC Features
4 10" Eden designed speakers
400 Watts RMS power handling.
1 ¼" & 2 Speakon speaker jacks
Tweeter level control
Speakers 4 x ES1040-XL16
Crossover 3.5kHz @18db
Power Handling 400W RMS
Freq. Response 45hz - 14khz ±2dB
Sensitivity 101dB SPL@1W1M
Dimensions 23.5"w x 23"h x 16.5"
Weight 65 LBS
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No interest, should have "carrots" in the poll
Of that group I'll take the Peavey with carrot coned speakers thank you.
If the cost is alright the Eden would be my first choice, but on a budget I'd lean towards the Fender
Get a used Epifani UL410.
Of those, the Peavey.
But really, I'd look for used gear.
If I was going back to 410s this would be one of the only I would look at. I am done with 410s though, they are a pain to carry through a door, I much prefer the narrow width of my fEARful.
My vote goes to abstain I guess...
Problem with "used" is that sometimes it means "abused/overused/usedup." Anyhoo, Peavey TVX/TFX series is nearly bombproof.
^The facts right there. I've bought Bag Ends used and new. Used your usually going to pay more sooner or later. I bought two 2x10 few months ago. One has a bad speaker the other didn't. After I tidy them up it will be all good. BBW with speaker purchases.
This poll is pretty BORING...
Can't we do better than this?
None of the above.
Like some others, if you forced me to take one from the list, it would be the Peavey, but you can do so much better within the same budget in the used market.
I say very uninteresting....
Sometimes, but it's not difficult to ascertain this.
I picked the Laney out of respect for Geezer Butler.
I have a Peavey 410 and it's not all that great, the Hartke's are crap.
I've heard good things about the Fender, but haven't tried it myself.
I would avoid the Marshall, I had an 810 and it sounded pretty awful, and the crossover melted with only about 400 watts pushed through it... unimpressive.
Don't know much about the rest but would probably pick the Peavey if I had to.
I chose Eden, but on second thought out of those choices I would rather just go direct...