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  • drapeau_rougedrapeau_rouge

    Fryette Amplification Fat Bottom 2x12Published on 04/26/08 at 05:41
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I have the Fat Bottom 4x12 and 1x12 Fat Bottom ... As a collector, it was natural that I pay the youngest of the series, the 2x12 ... Nah joking aside, I just bought a Marshall JCM 800 and I wanted to go with a baffle. 1x12 The concert would have sounded too sharp, and with not enough boot. So I opted for a 2x12, which has the advantage of being more portable than a 4x12 with a slightly less good (and yes, sometimes you have to know to make concessions).

    ... And I must also confess that I am baffle a big fan of that VHT keep accurate sound.

    Baffle Series Fat Bottom, 100W into 8 Ohms. 2HP Eminence PE-50, special model made especially for VHT.
    I plug the 2x12 with my JCM 800 in concer…
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    I have the Fat Bottom 4x12 and 1x12 Fat Bottom ... As a collector, it was natural that I pay the youngest of the series, the 2x12 ... Nah joking aside, I just bought a Marshall JCM 800 and I wanted to go with a baffle. 1x12 The concert would have sounded too sharp, and with not enough boot. So I opted for a 2x12, which has the advantage of being more portable than a 4x12 with a slightly less good (and yes, sometimes you have to know to make concessions).

    ... And I must also confess that I am baffle a big fan of that VHT keep accurate sound.

    Baffle Series Fat Bottom, 100W into 8 Ohms. 2HP Eminence PE-50, special model made especially for VHT.
    I plug the 2x12 with my JCM 800 in concert, and with my Pitbull by repeated (plugged into my 4x12 concert on the other hand). The sound is ... Excellent course! Not surprisingly for someone like me used to the VHT cabinets, the cabinet has the trunk full of bass frequencies to spare, the high frequencies also ...

    This cabinet is a killer, a portable format ... What more?
    It sounds almost as powerful as the big brother 4x12 and more then frankly ... As against the 4x12 is still a little difference: it has a powerful sound and a "safe" that is not found on the 2x12. But if you turn a lot and that scares you 4x12 (weight, size ...) or you do not have room to transport, take the 2x12, you will not regret it. It Rockkksss!

    The price is really ok, a bit more expensive than the competition's true but I tried the VHT speakers and my sound has never been the same, but not too precise, just enough yet I do not but I love metal. The definition of sound is the best, question cabinet is loud and clear, I will never see anywhere else! Of course I would do this choice.
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  • Pm.Pm.

    Fryette Amplification Fat Bottom 2x12Published on 10/26/08 at 21:03
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Horizontal 2x12 baffle
    100 watts mono into 8 ohms
    2 HP Eminence ( http://www.eminence-speaker.com/ ) P50E 12-inch specially made ​​by Eminence for VHT. We do not find the catalog Eminence.
    2 inputs / outputs HP, it plugs into the deuxime nimporte which connect in series for another speaker (provided that it is also into 8 ohms).
    Of enclosed design, the HP mount through washing by removing the grille, allowing a better hold bass.
    Latrale more convenient grip that got my grip on the top as the 2x12 Tweed ( https://fr.audiofanzine.com/produits/avis/index%2Cidproduit%2C40470.html ) !
    Comes with removable wheels.
    Slots for 4 wheels on the top been planned to accommodate another spe…
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    Horizontal 2x12 baffle
    100 watts mono into 8 ohms
    2 HP Eminence ( http://www.eminence-speaker.com/ ) P50E 12-inch specially made ​​by Eminence for VHT. We do not find the catalog Eminence.
    2 inputs / outputs HP, it plugs into the deuxime nimporte which connect in series for another speaker (provided that it is also into 8 ohms).
    Of enclosed design, the HP mount through washing by removing the grille, allowing a better hold bass.
    Latrale more convenient grip that got my grip on the top as the 2x12 Tweed ( https://fr.audiofanzine.com/produits/avis/index%2Cidproduit%2C40470.html ) !
    Comes with removable wheels.
    Slots for 4 wheels on the top been planned to accommodate another speaker VHT Fat Bottom so we want to the pter wall cabinets

    Dimensions:
    Width 75
    Height 40.5 (without feet or casters)
    Depth 35
    24 kg
    The panels are 3 good dpaisseur centimeters, while the Baltic birch.
    Manufactured by hand by Steve Fryett and his gang in the United States.

    Phew veil The characteristics totally absent from the site VHT

    Sounds
    Memory compared to my old VHT 1x12 ( https://fr.audiofanzine.com/produits/avis/index%2Cidproduit%2C30440.html ) HP equipped the same over the 2x12 safe and low logic!
    Compared to my other VHT cabinet design that it is DIFFERENT: higher but less deep, especially Mount with Celestion Vintage 30 and although the sound estdiffrent Ztes bieng avancsl heinG
    More srieusement the sound is more specific on better be defined, more slamming somewhere.

    The clean cest perfect for everything that requires precision, arpges, but obviously plans for funk blues and jazz its a bit too modern not warm enough what!
    For sounds satursl cest absolute happiness: Welcome to the realm of sound and specific on edge! I think the difference between the two speakers is blatantly clear in its distal quen Cest crazy as a baffle, HP actually changes everything! The sound is typiquementVHT So we find the grain VHT, precise, sharp notes Dfine, how modern! Voil cest I find the term that corresponds to his VHT: Modern!
    So Friends of the Vintage Fat Bottom series is not for you!

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