EBS ProLine 410
EBS ProLine 410

ProLine 410, Bass Guitar Speaker from EBS in the ProLine series.

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Average Score:5.0( 5/5 based on 3 reviews )
 3 reviews100 %
Value For Money : Poor
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sebby low11/19/2012

sebby low's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Incredible!"

EBS ProLine 410
Here is a 4x10 cabinet with tweeter'' detachable and adjustable-3dB to +3 dB.
The casing is made of 13-ply (birch I think) with two side handles, fully carpeted gray and the front is protected by a robust stainless steel stamped Tolex EBS.

Dimensions: Height = 69cm Width = 58cm, Depth = 44cm
Weight = 41 kg (the weak point of the baffle)

He collects 800 Watts into 4 Ohms and reproduces frequencies from 70 Hz to 18 KHz with a yield of 103 dB

I think HP New 10'' are but I did not confirm ...

Connections: 1 hall HP speakon and jack in / possibility of another speaker in parallel with an output again and speakon output jack.

Design and flawless execution, robust, well sized, but very heavy to lug around!


The frequency curve is what is more neutral!
Nay transparent ...
Dynamics in when she's amazing! I never heard that!

The sound is extremely dynamic and infinitely precise, simply amazing!
We recognize the sound of his bass, his personality while saying that it did just heard as well!
This cabinet is really transparent in sound, it sends sound faithfully the head and lower used.

I think this speaker can do everything as you plug anything above it will return faithfully through it. It will be perfect jazz to extreme metal.


I have recently, but I tested a very large number for a good fifteen years ... I always TecAmp M212 (also in 4 Ohm with which I think this couple 4x10) ... It will be a big killer!

I tested some 4x10 all brands and all prices before I offered this:
Artke 410XL (not terrible) and AK410 (much better), Ashdown Mag 410T (go your way, it does not projecting the sound over 1.50 meters), Gallien Kruger RBH 410 (of which I posted an opinion very moreover flattering) Markbass 104HR, Orange OBC 410 ... and a few others that I have forgotten!

What I love most is incommensurate dynamics that has output and the presence it gives! First rehearsal and everyone is WOW! The notes are accurate and sound projection in space just huge!
Its weak point, I repeat, its weight! Allow friends to help carry it. Apart from that "nothing to say"!

Personally, I had no idea of ​​someday owning such vehicle!
I never had the budget (at least nine = 1000E / used from 700E and is not much) especially since I saw one in addition to my 4x10 2x12 (which I also love) for more dynamics and a better rendering in the upper spectrum. But I saw it more in the long term.

This is really Pro gear (you can see a real difference with other speakers) of the highest quality. If the budget allows it go for it go! The price is very much justified.
Otherwise maybe you too, your friends will make a wonderful gift for your birthday! I thank them with all my heart again!

crrcrr's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

EBS ProLine 410
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Branch on bass and FAFNIR SPECTOR NSJH5

The yield is spctaculaire


The sound that comes out of this cab is of exceptional quality. The bass is deep and the treble not screaming for a frank and powerful potato ... over the baffle can be played a very very high volume without distorting. It really is a baffle exception. Otherwise it sounds EBS and nothing will change, not even your amp head!


I use it for a little over six months now. I pass by a large number of speakers before, from the HARTKE AMPEG. What I like most is of course the sound coming out, an exceptional quality and also his impressive performance. What I like least, first weight, and secondly the lack of transport wheels that would AVRES handy. Ah! and price lev also, what to discard more than one.

raph.bass's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

EBS ProLine 410
4 HP 10 "and adjustable tweeter
Frequency drives range 70Hz - 18kHz
Yield 103 dB
Power 800 W RMS
Impedance 4 ohms
Weight 41 kg

I go through a head MarkBass LittleMark2 with a Warwick Streamer Jazzman 4 and a Schecter Stiletto Custom 5.


The sound is exceptional, even large volume is perfect. The sound is not stained and there are potato spare. The 5-string also passes without problem.


I use it recently but I'm not ready to change! Sound and potatoes are really imprsionnants. A little heavy, a roady would be welcome. I jou on trace elliot, Hartke Nemesis and then fall for this cabinet and this is by far the best I've ever had. It is a bit CHRE (in 1000EUR new) but worth every penny. I would do this choice with his eyes closed.