Markbass Standard 102HF
Markbass Standard 102HF

Bass Guitar Speaker of the Standard series

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All user reviews for the Markbass Standard 102HF

Average Score: 5.0 ( 5/5 based on 2 reviews )
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Bass Vador 01/03/2014

Bass Vador's review (This content has been automatically translated from English) " If there was to be a"

5
I chose this cab already for the quality and weight, the price quality ratio is correct and render 10p for me.
The use is vast, alone, it is ideal for clubs and rehearsal, if coupled with another 2x10 (102P) for a little more consistent scenes, see the 1x15 for large scenes.
2x10p
22kg
400w RMS
2 jack / speakon
1 tweeter
low front vent

SOUNDS

Rendering the relatively neutral air, I found the most accurate and clearer sound compared to my previous cabinet (4x10 david EDEN).
dynamics is good, it sent a lot of bass for a 2x10, if the bass is very well received and returned.
tweeter trend blew a little, this is the only fault I found, but hey, it does not fade.

OVERALL OPINION

I turned all my other speakers (david eden, Trace Elliot, Hartke) to equip me completely MB. The power to weight ratio is great, was afraid to leave with several cab, my back told me thank you.
Although it is not the best cab that exist, the sound made me satisfied (under the price) and that's enough for my use, I think keep my cabinets MB a good time.
joman 09/25/2006

joman's review (This content has been automatically translated from English)

5
- 2 hp Nodymium 10 "- 1 tweeter 1"
- 400W in 8ohms
- Frquences RETURNED: 40Hz 20Khz
- Jack and Speakon outputs
- Dimensions 60x55x48
- Weight 22.6 kg

Like many, I first t sduit by the light weight of this cabinet because I lug around a lot with ... trs practices 22kg instead of 42kg of my 410t David Eden!

So I use it with a head Mark Little 2 (under 500w 4ohms, 300W into 8) and 410 with my Eden when I need a large volume plsu.

SOUNDS

Then, I confess that I t bluff!

I thought that was bad 2x10 collect the high power and serious and well dtrompez now! I was previously a 1x12 Eden (from a combo, thus relatively compact) and an Eden 410 and cash out the Markbass 2x10 monstrously well all serious issue and power. While the 112 heels mchamment ds silent as the volume a bit (too) strong, HP's markbass do not move a muscle!
Better than a, the bass response is exemplary for this type of baffle, trs trs far above the Eden 1x12.

I play a 5 string Yamaha (high end), and if serious sounds monstrously without exploding the HP, no volume loss or deterioration of the sound ... stunning!

The sound is neutral if trs, right (that is markbass forward), and does not color the sound at all the low bass requires good ...! Its sound is also Submitted trs, trs with a good dynamic (trsractif). Ds that the branch was not the impression of a sound at a discount (when the config "the poor" would leave the 2x10 believe).

Compared to 410 Eden, the sound is less compressed with a sense of his "most pais" (oddly, despite this being a 210 and just a little less serious than the 410 (attention, this is not the EDEN XLT with front-ported, but the more compact version D410T). The tweeter is mounted just a little lower in the acute Eden (which I prefer for this reason even when giving a slap acr .... that said, we turn to 1 / 4 turn of the VPL markbass head, and I get the same type of sound with the Eden)

OVERALL OPINION

I use it now for four months, and I'm really pleased. I never thought to use it alone, but rather always coupled with the 410 ... and dsormais, I use only because it cash without power and the problem serious, and is perfect for RPET play with my funk band (drums, scratch, 2 horns, keyboards + vocals).

In addition, what happiness carry! it does not PSE, and is vritablement independently.
This makes it perfect for the club game with a volume consquent. I would add the 410 when I really want to feel a draft derrire me, but it is not often!

For these reason I Do not hesitate to put him 10, APRS have try many brands (SWR, EBS, Hartke, Ampeg, ...)