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Ampeg PF-210HE

Bass Guitar Speaker from Ampeg belonging to the Portaflex series.

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" Good vintage sound"

Ampeg PF-210HEPublished on 06/06/14 at 02:26
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It is therefore a baffle mounted 2 * 10 + 1 inch tweeter. Given to 400W
The tweeter is adjustable:-6dB, cut or normal.

Info not found everywhere, the baffle is mounted in close and not bass reflex. Advantage, it can be placed anywhere (near a wall) without changing the sound. Disadvantage, it is big and heavy as it should dampen sound.

An input and an output (for chaining) to jack format. No speakon.

The top is removable with a good mounting system to be able to accommodate the head and cables inside.

UTILIZATION

This is a HP, is connected and cheek.

SOUNDS

Perfect for playing Rock (and the same time it is better for the Ampeg) associated with a low accuracy.

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It is therefore a baffle mounted 2 * 10 + 1 inch tweeter. Given to 400W
The tweeter is adjustable:-6dB, cut or normal.

Info not found everywhere, the baffle is mounted in close and not bass reflex. Advantage, it can be placed anywhere (near a wall) without changing the sound. Disadvantage, it is big and heavy as it should dampen sound.

An input and an output (for chaining) to jack format. No speakon.

The top is removable with a good mounting system to be able to accommodate the head and cables inside.

UTILIZATION

This is a HP, is connected and cheek.

SOUNDS

Perfect for playing Rock (and the same time it is better for the Ampeg) associated with a low accuracy.

Used with the PF500 head of the same series, the HP digests well as delivers 350W head under 8 Homs. Used on several evenings with an edgy drummer, it takes the shock, HP does not saturate.

The sound is well rounded and quite (too?) Felted, it's even surprising for a 2 * 10 '. I used to play on 15 ', I am amazed with the results.

OVERALL OPINION

Used for 6 months in rehearsal and on some evenings.

In the final flip-top feature that allows you to store your head in the cabinet is interesting even if I found it at the beginning gadget.

The Tolex quickly takes shots. The cabinet comes with casters, it changes your life! especially as it weighs a ton (and even more with the head in). Only downside wheels are not lockable.
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  • Manufacturer: Ampeg
  • Model: PF-210HE
  • Series: Portaflex
  • Category: Bass Guitar Speakers
  • Added in our database on: 08/23/2011

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