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Warwick 211 Pro

Bass Guitar Speaker from Warwick belonging to the Pro series.

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Warwick 211 ProPublished on 04/21/09 at 09:53
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
2x10 "Speaker + HF horn with attenuator, 300 Watts, 8 ohms, Dimension 455x605x425mm, Weight, 25kg
Easy to transport

SOUNDS

The sound is top for all styles, I play acoustic or fretless or 5 strings for metal ... nothing to say for the price !! is typed low medium which is not bad

I have a 350W Hartke head, I pushed more or less according to my training, I never had saturation (involuntary) it has a very good sound system, either outside or inside. if you want big huge bass pair it has a 15 'you will be thrilled!

NOTICE GLOBAL

I use it for one and a half years and I have never had problems with his side or finish is very sturdy!

Super price / quality
if I had to take......
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2x10 "Speaker + HF horn with attenuator, 300 Watts, 8 ohms, Dimension 455x605x425mm, Weight, 25kg
Easy to transport

SOUNDS

The sound is top for all styles, I play acoustic or fretless or 5 strings for metal ... nothing to say for the price !! is typed low medium which is not bad

I have a 350W Hartke head, I pushed more or less according to my training, I never had saturation (involuntary) it has a very good sound system, either outside or inside. if you want big huge bass pair it has a 15 'you will be thrilled!

NOTICE GLOBAL

I use it for one and a half years and I have never had problems with his side or finish is very sturdy!

Super price / quality
if I had to take my bass I remake that choice without thinking!
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Warwick 211 ProPublished on 01/10/06 at 05:59
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
At first contact the finish is fantastic: a sturdy exudes class and feels
I bought my Marshall cabinet complment 715 for 300w dlivrs in my head Ashdown MAG300

SOUNDS

The sound is GNR without blowing against this is fantastic for baffle is typ trs mdium and low-mdium

OVERALL OPINION

I play Musicman yet on who the reputable enough treble to dlivrer distroy
and well I look for them with the same meaning knob modul these famous treble
limit the 211Pro can be useful alone or with another 210 on the ax but more acute

I must say that I could never push the BTE and the treble would be perhaps better restitus
report quality price is excellent especially if bought in Germany
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At first contact the finish is fantastic: a sturdy exudes class and feels
I bought my Marshall cabinet complment 715 for 300w dlivrs in my head Ashdown MAG300

SOUNDS

The sound is GNR without blowing against this is fantastic for baffle is typ trs mdium and low-mdium

OVERALL OPINION

I play Musicman yet on who the reputable enough treble to dlivrer distroy
and well I look for them with the same meaning knob modul these famous treble
limit the 211Pro can be useful alone or with another 210 on the ax but more acute

I must say that I could never push the BTE and the treble would be perhaps better restitus
report quality price is excellent especially if bought in Germany
This speaker seems indestructible it is terrible for those seeking the big sound, the slap to look elsewhere
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Warwick 211 ProPublished on 02/18/09 at 11:44
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
-400w into 8 ohms, 2x10 "+ 1 tweeter, config simple, easy to transport.
Small and home-use rpeter
(It is better to attach a 15 "or 4x10" for better understanding)
I played with a head Warwick Quad IV.

SOUNDS

Trsmdium-sound is low, the tweeter is working of his brilliance, but we can not talk about his lens) its typ.
Very-good because of the medium rather dynamic but no bass.

OVERALL OPINION

I have used it for 10 months my desire to have a silent config 2x10 "easy transport.
-I 've played on Hartke, Peavey, Trace ... I wanted to buy the speaker to go with my Warwick Quad IV head. The finish is beautiful, robust appearance. The connect (2 jacks and 2 Speakon)

FLAT it:......
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-400w into 8 ohms, 2x10 "+ 1 tweeter, config simple, easy to transport.
Small and home-use rpeter
(It is better to attach a 15 "or 4x10" for better understanding)
I played with a head Warwick Quad IV.

SOUNDS

Trsmdium-sound is low, the tweeter is working of his brilliance, but we can not talk about his lens) its typ.
Very-good because of the medium rather dynamic but no bass.

OVERALL OPINION

I have used it for 10 months my desire to have a silent config 2x10 "easy transport.
-I 've played on Hartke, Peavey, Trace ... I wanted to buy the speaker to go with my Warwick Quad IV head. The finish is beautiful, robust appearance. The connect (2 jacks and 2 Speakon)

FLAT it: BIG problem in this range of QUALITY Warwick manufactured in China. Carpentry leaves to be desired, and the speaker comes into rsonnance (vibration parasite).
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Warwick
  • Model: 211 Pro
  • Series: Pro
  • Category: Bass Guitar Speakers
  • Added in our database on: 12/26/2014

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