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I am about to buy some Eden cabs...

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by 3fingerdemon, Oct 19, 2009.


  1. Dude go for it! You can flip those for more or the same price if you don't like them. I'm in need of a 15" for my rig as I need it for the B string. I don't want to be picky about the 15" I want to buy but since i have a eden 410xlt I kinda want an eden 15" to match it up with.
     
  2. I'd call that a good deal.
     
  3. If the cabs and speakers are in good shape that's a great deal. If you plan to run the cabs together make sure they are both 8 ohm cabs, giving you a 4 ohm load.
     
  4. BassMan7530

    BassMan7530

    May 2, 2009
    Judging by the prices I've seen on the internet as well as what they are marked at in stores, I would say that's a mighty fine price for those cabs. If I had the spare cash, and a deal like that came up, I would check it out as soon as possible; Edens sure do sound nice! :bassist:

    Also, +1 to woolysock's reply.
     
  5. Whoa! It would cost that much just for the 4x10 around these parts! Buy them!!
     
  6. KNURRR

    KNURRR

    Oct 12, 2009
    650$ for both.... very damn good price.
     
  7. Jazzman

    Jazzman

    Nov 26, 2002
    Raleigh, NC
    I would almost say that price is too good to be true. Make sure they work before you fork over any cash.
     
  8. Ziltoid

    Ziltoid I don't play bass

    Apr 10, 2009
    Canada
    Would prolly cost more,

    OP: Go for it! You snooze you loose!
     
  9. Yeah I've already checked them out and they sounded great. Picking them up and forking over the cash tonight.

    Thanks for the support guys!
     
  10. Spinal Tapper

    Spinal Tapper

    Nov 15, 2007
    Chicago
    Dude! Sweet deal!
     
  11. INTP

    INTP

    Nov 28, 2003
    Dallas, TX
    That looks like a D410T and a D115, which are older cabs. Given their age, it seems like a fair deal, but I wouldn't compare them directly with new models for pricing. These are heavy (90 and 54 lbs, respectively) and the D115 has modest power handling (200W RMS). They are quite efficient, however.

    http://www.eden-electronics.com/info/catalog/archives/Eden 1997 Catalog.pdf

    I have a pair of D210T's which I bought new in the late 90's. They sound nice, and they are holding up well. Every time I haul them, I'm aware that they weigh 60 lbs apiece.
     
  12. Man... Eden full stack equals pure awesomeness.
     
  13. And yes the 4x10 is a little on the heavy side... I think I'll try and put casters on it.

    Any recommendations on ways to run these two cabs with m WT-800?
     
  14. whoa! That's a crazy good deal, I would take that if it wasn't so far away.
     
  15. dave2

    dave2

    Feb 10, 2007
    Texas
    I'll chime in with a "buy it" too - I would. My Eden cabs are slightly older but sound great. I don't mind the weight as I tend to think that heavier, solid cabs will put out better low end. Eden cabs are not flimsy, cheap cabs.

    +1 on the test them out to make sure that no speakers are blown. Or at least do the battery test particularly on the 4-10 cab.

    Let us know how you make out on this.

    Dave
     
  16. Sorry I guess I didn't really make it clear.

    I HAVE THESE $!@*%@@^& IN MY BAND"S JAM SPACE!!!!

    The band that we share the lockout with was jamming so I only plugged in for a few seconds, but those few were heavenly...

    The cabs, although in okay cosmetic condition, seem to be awesome in quality condition. Thanks for the support!

    Oh and what is this battery test?
     
  17. connect a 9v batterry to each of your speaker cables while connected to the cabs to make sure the two cabs are wired in phase ie. the speakers from each cab should both move the same way when the battery is connected the same way
     
  18. slagbass

    slagbass Supporting Member

    Apr 5, 2005
    Canada
  19. modulusman

    modulusman Banned

    Jan 18, 2004
    montana
    Do you own a WT800A or is it the B or C? It you own the A version do not use the bridged mode if you are using both cabs.
     

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