Eden D-115T

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by Yogi Bear, Jan 16, 2002.

  1. Yogi Bear

    Yogi Bear Supporting Member

    Aug 14, 2000
    Most people when using Eden cabs seem to be running either 4x10 or 2X10 cabs. but I'm wondering if anyone had any experience playing through a D-115T. I like the sound of a fifteen inch speaker and was looking at pairing one with a WT-300 and am looking to get any opinions. Thanks in advance
  2. I'm running a WT-600 with 1-D410XLT and 1-D115XLT and am getting a great sound. I'm like you, I still like the sound of a 15 even though the 10s sound great by themselves.
  3. Gil Escalera

    Gil Escalera

    Jan 17, 2002
    Upland, CA
    I have an Eden D-210XLT and a D-115XL. I use them together when I need to move lots of air and when I want the bottom that a 15 can give. For small stuff I use the 210 by itself (like as a monitor when I'm running through the house). I'm pushing my cabs with a Bass POD Pro as my pre, a Rane MX-22 crossover that feeds a Mackie 1400i then to the 2x10 and 1x15. Nice full, focused sound.

    Previous to this setup I played through a Trace Elliot system that only had a 1x15 cab. I liked that rig alot.

    -- Gil
  4. rickbass

    rickbass Supporting Member

    I'm like Gil, in that, I prefer to use my 115T with my D210XLT. The two just complement each other so well (plus, then I can bridge the head).

    Alone, the 115T does a respectable job for me. With the good Eden tweeter in it, I can still get crisp, glassy, highs as long as the crossover is turned up. But the 10's really bring out the mids.

    If I was forced to use one or the other, I'd take my the 210XLT - more volume/more power/respectable job with the B string. But, I'd still miss the "whoomp" of the 15".
  5. jplb70


    Nov 1, 2001
    I run a Carvin R1000 into an Eden D-410T and a 215XL and it THUMPS:)
  6. BigBohn


    Sep 29, 2001
    WPB, Florida
    just get a 4x10 and a 1x18 all edens, and you'll be shattering some windows. Mega thump and gut rumble, you'll involuntarily release your bowel.

  7. mikemulcahy


    Jun 13, 2000
    The Abyss
    A man after my own heart, one more thought though....POWER!!!!!!

    Mike:D :D :D
  8. BigBohn


    Sep 29, 2001
    WPB, Florida
    Yes, mike, you and me have good taste is sound quality and tone. Rock on, dude!:D
  9. boogiebass


    Aug 16, 2000
    I occasionally use a D115XL with a D210XLT driven by a WT400. I dislike the D115T and D115, however, because they don't have the low register the D115XL does. I prefer the D115XL over a D115XLT, BTW, because I never run it alone and the D210XLT I pair it with has the horn.
  10. jplb70


    Nov 1, 2001
    Thats why I went w/the 215xl instead of the xlt I dont plan on runnin it w/out my 410t so i figure no need for a tweeter in my low end cab. W/the 410 array i got the high/mid's covered just needed to add the lows
  11. Nightbass


    May 1, 2001
    Seattle, WA

    The D-115(T) is a little warmer and rounder than the D-115XL(T). The XL series can handle more watts and therefore play louder, but to do so it means the woofers have to be a little stiffer. So the XL series are a little stiffer-sounding at low volumes and have a little more punch than the D-115. One other nice thing about the D-115 is the rear port, which makes the cab sound less directional, if you know what I mean. It spreads the sound around the room better, which makes this cab great for jazz and blues.

    I really like my D-115, and think it would be perfect with your WT-300.