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Ashdown MAG 410T Deep Cabinet
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Bass Guitar Speaker from Ashdown belonging to the MAG series.

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  • Ashdown MAG 410T Deep CabinetPublished on 09/13/06 at 13:31
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    450W
    4 x 10 "+ tweeter (not adjustable)
    Frequency Response: 60Hz - 20kHz
    8 Ohms
    Sensitivity 101dB 1W @ 1m
    655mm x 604mm x 420mm
    27.5kg
    Between a jack and Speakon between

    Fairly lightweight, not bulky trs, and it looks as j'apprcie pretty well. Lowlight: the coating (espce black wool, super dirty).

    SOUNDS

    A cab that meets trs though the sounds of the amp. The bass is powerful and prcises the mids are full of PCHE and treble well rendered thanks to the tweeter (not adjustable). I play a 5 string and it does not pose a problem. Lovers of big sub prfreront add a 1x15 ".

    OVERALL OPINION

    Trs trs good sound, meets the amp that is associated with an unusual dynamic.......
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    450W
    4 x 10 "+ tweeter (not adjustable)
    Frequency Response: 60Hz - 20kHz
    8 Ohms
    Sensitivity 101dB 1W @ 1m
    655mm x 604mm x 420mm
    27.5kg
    Between a jack and Speakon between

    Fairly lightweight, not bulky trs, and it looks as j'apprcie pretty well. Lowlight: the coating (espce black wool, super dirty).

    SOUNDS

    A cab that meets trs though the sounds of the amp. The bass is powerful and prcises the mids are full of PCHE and treble well rendered thanks to the tweeter (not adjustable). I play a 5 string and it does not pose a problem. Lovers of big sub prfreront add a 1x15 ".

    OVERALL OPINION

    Trs trs good sound, meets the amp that is associated with an unusual dynamic. Everything is prcis, ca does not absolutely drool all frquences are well made (as I said, if you want more bass is added to a sub) and a trs look nice (yes, c is also important: D). A report quality price EXELLENT, I pay 350.
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  • Ashdown MAG 410T Deep CabinetPublished on 05/01/07 at 06:15
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Techniquemnt see previous opinion. AC 450W in 8ohms cash and can be associated with the Mag 300 head (about 180W) and Mag 600 (about 300W).

    I bought a Mag 300 head.

    SOUNDS

    Excellent sound. This speaker reproduces perfectly the sound of the amp. It's serious cash brilliantly and without flinching.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Bought 595 euros with the head Mag 300 (nine!). Excellent value for money.
  • Ashdown MAG 410T Deep CabinetPublished on 02/09/09 at 10:37
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Bass 4x10 "Ashdown MAG 410T-deep:
    -4 HP Ashdown BlueLine 8Ohm 8OWatt, no inscriptions on the tweeter ...
    -Dimensions: 67x62x44 (Hxlxprof)
    -35Kg
    Speakon or Jack-Link

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