Cabinet with four 10-inch HP and an adjustable tweeter.
400 watts into 8 ohms or 4 depending on model.
Bass reflex design with a front vent for proper dissemination of low.
Carpet covering, metal corners and grille.
Two coaxial connectors Speakercable lockable; Frequency range: 35 Hz - 20 kHz
105dB SPL, 96 dB (Warwick site)
40 Pounds of Love and two large handles for carrying it all!
Level one is between the entry and mid-range, so it does its job, but need not ask him too.
I needed a speaker who collects and sends a tight budget so I found that the destocking by VPC on a French site (if the price is between 340 and 400 €)
The front vent is a significant point, in concert outdoors without a stitch I have not had any trouble getting heard. This is a 4x10 so it covers a fairly wide range and we dynamics.
Against by the tweeter is unusable, it generates a lot of screaming and breath.
I actually run the warranty to replace it because the first sizzled.
Bought a few months ago because the sound system in which I plugged the DI repeat in my péamp was just power and I needed an amp for gigs.
I have been riding a cab Peavey before, but it was just power and weighed 5 or 7 pounds heavier.
Value for money is okay, especially considering the price and I got it.
Its weight is a big disadvantage, with a devil it does, but must lift to put in his car ...
With the experience I would reiterate a cab probably not as heavy, but with a small budget hard to beat, and opportunity to be found near home or fork out € 50 for UPS.
So if one is not very demanding or not that means it can be an alternative to other Ashdown and Hartke.