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Crazy idea for Eden 800

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by quallabone, May 23, 2004.

  1. quallabone


    Aug 2, 2003
    Would this be cool or even moderately worth while?

    Eden WT800 into....

    410 (8 Ohm)
    115 (8 Ohm)

    other side into

    412 (4 Ohm)

    Would this have any benefit at all?
  2. Petebass


    Dec 22, 2002
    QLD Australia
    It's a lot of gear to carry. But it would sound incredible..... not to mention loud.

    Buy some earplugs. No I'm not kidding.
  3. HMZ

    HMZ Supporting Member

    Dec 21, 2003
    Where would you use a rig like that?
  4. Where would a person use that kind of rig?
    Outdoors without PA support.


  5. pistoleroace


    Sep 13, 2002
    It would be great but that is a lot of gear to haul around. By using the two 8 Ohm cabs on one side and the one 4 Ohm cab on the other you will be getting the full load of 400 Watts per side which is what the amp is rated for into 4 Ohms.

    I use two D410 XLT cabs with my Eden WT 800 and it works great. Some say it's too much but I can't hear myself very good on stage sometimes because none of the clubs I play will run bass through the montitors so, I have to turn it up. I could use one 410 cab with the amp in bridged mono which is 800 Watts but I really hate to push the cab that much especially when using the low notes on the B string plus, it sounds overall much better when I run both cabs even at reduced volumes.
  6. ubersam


    Oct 12, 2000
    O.K., so that side will get 400w. That would be like, 200w for the 410 and 200w for the 115. Will that be enough to get good response/sound from those cabs?

    This would get all 400w. Might be enough for the cab, not sure.