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Ampeg PB-210H
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Ampeg PB-210H

Bass Guitar Speaker from Ampeg belonging to the PortaBass series.

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Ampeg PB-210HPublished on 06/09/05 at 12:48
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When I bought this cabinet, I was looking for a lightweight cabinet (living in 3rd no lift) and yet his puissant.Avec 15kgs and 400W into 4 ohms c'tait baffle IDAL.
Both HP 10 "are in the low Nodymium o poids.Il is also an acute compression.
Ct practice, it can be transported as a caddy a system that instantly removable wheel-poignertractable fix the rear. There is also a fix below esp of the grip to tilt the cabinet toward the rear.

SOUNDS

The sound is clear and trs trs prcis very serious galement.Il respects the sound of the amp and basse.La bandwidth is large for a 2 Ten: 40Hz-cons 20kHz.Par , the sound is quite low (93dB SPL) it is necessary to mount the amp to get along.
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When I bought this cabinet, I was looking for a lightweight cabinet (living in 3rd no lift) and yet his puissant.Avec 15kgs and 400W into 4 ohms c'tait baffle IDAL.
Both HP 10 "are in the low Nodymium o poids.Il is also an acute compression.
Ct practice, it can be transported as a caddy a system that instantly removable wheel-poignertractable fix the rear. There is also a fix below esp of the grip to tilt the cabinet toward the rear.

SOUNDS

The sound is clear and trs trs prcis very serious galement.Il respects the sound of the amp and basse.La bandwidth is large for a 2 Ten: 40Hz-cons 20kHz.Par , the sound is quite low (93dB SPL) it is necessary to mount the amp to get along.

OVERALL OPINION

I have this speaker for 2 years and I find it very practical for rps and cafs concerts.Convient srement studio galement.En big everywhere o no need a big power because if w is 400 on the paper it is too just for scne.
I AIM it into 8 ohms for the pair to another cabinet (I use an Eden Traveller head that descends into 4 ohms ...).
In an excellent résumé baffle point of view of sound and easy to transport but does not fit all situations, and it is rather expensive (1000 euros)!
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  • Manufacturer: Ampeg
  • Model: PB-210H
  • Series: PortaBass
  • Category: Bass Guitar Speakers
  • Added in our database on: 06/28/2005

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Other names: pb 210h, pb210h, pb 210 h, pb210 h

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