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Trace Elliot 4x10 CabPublished on 02/20/14 at 09:17
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Cabinet 4 x 10 1048 free type tweeter.
No event.
Mine in the '80s.
320 watts / 8 Ohms
45 kgs or 50 kgs, I've never weighed but it is heavier than a SWR Goliath III for example. Better to be two for the move.
I use it in concert and snooze. Alone or sometimes with a 2x10 and more ... it depends on the location and opportunities.

SOUNDS

To summarize, I would say the sound is straight, firm and round at a time.
This cab is no shortage of low (it is very deep) and can be used alone without problems. The addition of a 15 "really seems optional.
This is not a typical baffle "modern." But this is not the Ampeg.
Mediums do not particularly stand out and are not deleted......
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Cabinet 4 x 10 1048 free type tweeter.
No event.
Mine in the '80s.
320 watts / 8 Ohms
45 kgs or 50 kgs, I've never weighed but it is heavier than a SWR Goliath III for example. Better to be two for the move.
I use it in concert and snooze. Alone or sometimes with a 2x10 and more ... it depends on the location and opportunities.

SOUNDS

To summarize, I would say the sound is straight, firm and round at a time.
This cab is no shortage of low (it is very deep) and can be used alone without problems. The addition of a 15 "really seems optional.
This is not a typical baffle "modern." But this is not the Ampeg.
Mediums do not particularly stand out and are not deleted either. But it is accurate.
I connected it a SWR Basic 350 in the past, the quality of transparency is reproduced through the HPs was well defined.
A Trace Elliot V-Type 300 whose side "vintage" is well felt.
Then a Markbass LM II. Again the sound of the LM II has been met.
It may lack dynamic .. compared with the current 1048 I do not know ...

OVERALL OPINION

I always have. These are the original Hps. He has at least 25 years now and still works as well although aesthetically he lived.
Too bad it's so heavy but it proves its durability and solidité.J 'have confidence.
The current new 4x10 Trace Elliot are expensive, I think. Used 300 or 400 euros, a Trace Elliot 4x10, same old, is a very interesting choice in quality in my money, if you want the power, precision, robust and reliable.
Do not be fooled by its 320 watts eligible, it can collect more!
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  • Manufacturer: Trace Elliot
  • Model: 4x10 Cab
  • Category: Bass Guitar Speakers
  • Added in our database on: 09/02/2004

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Other names: 4x10cab, 4x 10 cab, 4 x10 cab

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