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Peavey TX vs. TVX bass cabs

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by sweetcharlie454, Apr 16, 2010.


  1. sweetcharlie454

    sweetcharlie454

    Apr 16, 2010
    I have owned a Peavy TX410 for a couple of years now and recently purchased a Peavy TVX810. It seems that despite the new looks and double the speakers, thier is less "bottom end" in the sound......is it just me??
     
  2. i have heard the same. I have a Peavey TX410 w. pushed by a Crown XLS200 (600w bridged) and it shakes the walls.
     
  3. i had a 410T and it thumped! i tried a tvx once it was very disappointing in comparison. i think the difference in the sound comes from different drivers as well as a different port location/size
    the 410T i had was 4ohm and had 16 ohm drivers in it with a rear port in the middle of the box

    the tvx has 8 ohm Sheffields and a front port at the bottom if the box

    i'm not a scientist so i cant say why....but the older ones just sounded better to me despite the "inferiority" of the drivers

    kind of a moot point since i have 2 3620's now....

    bfbs2.

    MUHUWAHAHAHA
     
  4. I've got a TVX 4x10 and too me it gets tons of bottom. Problem with it is I don't get enough low mid punch that I would like and it weighs 104 lbs, way too heavy for me. I just use it for rehearsal nowadays, it stays put.
     
  5. lug

    lug

    Feb 11, 2005
    League City, Tx
    I own both the Peavey 4X10 TX and 4X10TXF (same as the TVX but with rat fur instead of tolex). The difference is a bit more mids presence in the TXF, bottom seems almost identical to my ears.
     

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