Featured Genzler Amplification Unveils New 15" Nu CLASSIC Lightweight Bass Cabinet: NC-115T

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  1. TalkBass

    TalkBass News Poster

    Mar 12, 2004
    Brooklyn, NY --- APRIL 14, 2022 --- GENZLER® AMPLIFICATION is proud to announce the addition of a new 15” version of their popular Nu CLASSIC series of compact, lightweight bass cabinets. Along with their “boutique” modern take on classic/vintage cabinet styling, this new model features their advanced, compact vertical design, and “specially-designed” Ferrite/Ceramic magnet low frequency 15” driver and compression tweeter.

    The 15” ported cabinet design and construction techniques were specifically selected to deliver the sought-after “big tonal footprint” performance and classic feel of Ferrite/Ceramic loudspeakers in a cabinet “weight class” normally associated with Neodymium speaker cabinets.

    The NC-115T offers a very small stage footprint but delivers the huge “push” of a high powered 15” woofer, designed with a carefully selected voice coil and speaker cone, to produce high-output, big venue performance.

    The new offering expands the NU CLASSIC line to 4 models in this affordable “gateway” product line from GENZLER AMPLIFICATION. All these traditional woofer and tweeter platforms offer a variety of tonal performance options for every type of player. The NU CLASSIC SERIES delivers smooth, warm response from modern, transparent clarity to classic growl.

    The new NC-115T, weights in at 37 lbs, rated at 400W/8 ohms and easily stacks with all other models in the line.

    Three other models currently in the line are:

    NC-112T 300W/8 ohms 28 lbs

    NC-210T 500W/8 ohms 39 lbs

    NC-212T 600W/4 ohms 44 lbs

    USA Street prices range from: $699.99 - $959.99.


    • Ported, Lightweight, Vertical Cabinet Designs

    • Compact Cabs with Small Stage Footprints

    • Multi-layer Poplar Plywood construction

    • Internal Triangular “truss-style” Bracing

    • Recessed Handles and Jack Plate

    • Advanced Ferrite/Ceramic Loudspeakers

    • Compression Bullet Tweeter w/Ferro-Fluid Cooling

    • Black Vinyl Covering with White/Gray Grille Cloth, Silver Piping

    • Input Panel w/Speakon™ & ¼” Jacks

    • 12 dB/Octave Crossover, w/Tweeter Level Control

    The Nu CLASSIC series delivers Genzler Amplification quality, smart, clean designs, and unmatched performance and value. Either for the working musician or the up-and-coming beginner or hobbyist, this new series of cabs deliver that classic ceramic speaker vibe and feel, in compact, lightweight cabs. Truly, big output from small stage footprints.


    More information at: www.genzleramplification.com

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  2. 57pbass

    57pbass Supporting Member

    Aug 1, 2004
    Bayside, New York
    These look really interesting.
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  3. bassfreakah


    Mar 26, 2011
    Endorsing Artist Ernie ball strings
    Looks really nice!!!!
  4. Datsgor

    Datsgor Supporting Member

    Jul 29, 2000
    My Streamliner 600 just started twitching....... looking at me, like, well?
  5. Joeykun

    Joeykun pronounced ジョーイくん

    Jun 22, 2007
    MA - RT. 2
    The NC115-T is a killer cab and is a great addition to any of the Nu Classic series cabs for sure!!
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  6. These look great. Alas, they built my genz benz neox 12t’s too well. They are the one element in my bass rig that I never consider switching. But that 12 is tempting!
    Last edited: May 4, 2022
  7. bassfreakah


    Mar 26, 2011
    Endorsing Artist Ernie ball strings
    Holy that is a PHAT looking 15.
    I have always liked the sound of 15’s. This one looks very cool. And the bottom porting reminds me of the TL CABINETS.
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