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Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by jnightmare, May 21, 2004.
anyone have any idea what the specs for the 810 sbx cab are?
has a tweeter (you can turn it off if you want)
Weighs around 132 pounds
We changed the speaker so we haven't measured the frequency response on the new speaker yet. Price is $1199.
How about impedance?
well if i was a real jackass id say go here>>www.gallien-krueger.com but im not so ill tell you all the sbx series cabs are rated at 8 ohms (those that are listed on their site anyways)
Nothing about the 810 on their website, I would think that 4 ohms would make more sense. Is that 800 watts RMS and is it a sealed or vented cabinet design?
SBX cabs are sealed. RBH have porting. So am I right to assume the street price will match the 410RBH? Is this cab biampable?
why are the new 8-10 cabs SBX instead of RBH? Would they not be better for rock if they were RBH? Could you offer them in a sealed RBH? Thanks, Bob
If I remember correctly, the SBX speakers are to heavy to be put in an RBH style cab.
It's sealed, 4 ohms. It's SBX instead of RBH, because it uses a similar speaker and is designed like the SBX. If it were an RBH, it would cost over 2 grand. It lists for $1199. We like that price and when you get a chance to hear it, you'll think we're selling for too little.