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Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by crunchysock, Aug 7, 2022.
4x10 and 4x12
I'm not sure but I'll know it when I see it.
Yep, that's too big.
Why is the brand badge blurred out?
Can I afford it?
Can I store it?
Can I haul it?
Can I power it?
Will there be opportunity to use it?
If the answers are “yes”...
Can I get it the back of my little compact hatchback ?
Looks like mesa's brining back their powerhouse line!
Looks like someone's DIY take on the Tecamp Bad Cab.
Their neighbors must be happy.
Sealed 410 + vented 412? Why?
It better come with a complementary forklift so I can get it in my Fiat
I could probably move more air with a good modern pro 18 crossed to a similar 10. And do it in a much smaller enclosure.
That thing is impressive looking to some people though, but to me it's just poor design.
Because the American people deserve it.
C’mon dude. It’s like every TB meme at once. Sealed for the vintage tone. 12s for the lows. 10s for the snappy highs. Tall for the wooly creamy tones close to the ears. Mass to create gravity and offset neckdive. 2ohm load “get all the watts.”
To really check all the boxes, it would also have to be a single, tall vertical array with a small footprint.
Nobody's said anything yet about the lone tweeter that's maybe 6' above the floor.
Hmm, In my mind this is: 4x10 @ 8ohm, 2x12 @8ohm, 2x12 @8ohm.
Therefore, this could be used with another 8ohm cab, 2x15 maybe? Then maybe, maybe it'd be just right
I want two...
I just assumed it was duct tape because the grill cloth ripped from all the air being moved!!!!!