Classic warm Acoustic amp tone.
The Acoustic B115 bass cabinet has a professional enclosure designed for large clubs and live applications where it will fill any stage with depth and definition. Used in conjunction with the Acoustic B200H head, the B115 cabinet will easily handle the power of the amplifier and provide wall-shaking lows and a massive bottom end. Although conservatively rated at 250-watts RMS, any combination of B115 or B410 cabinets may be used for larger venues.
The B115 bass cabinet features a rock-solid, tuned and ported design with heavy internal bracing, caster sockets and professional spring-loaded touring handles with rubber grips. Heavy-duty rubber feet allow secure stacking and ensure solid placement on any floor surface. Rear panel features include a recessed jackplate with parallel dual 1/4" jacks and a horn on/off switch.
Classic Acoustic cosmetics include nickel corners, black grille cloth with white piping, heavy-duty road-worthy covering material and steel trim strips with understated blue accent color. It all adds to the durability (and legacy vibe) of this great cabinet.
The heritage of Acoustic comes through loud and clear in the B115 -- a seriously professional stage enclosure for serious bassists.
- Power: 250W power handling
- Speaker: 15" heavy-duty speaker, high-frequency horn with on/off switch
- Impedance: 8 ohms
- Input: parallel 1/4" input jacks
- Heavy-duty spring-loaded touring handles
- Damage resistant vinyl covering
Amp up your game with the B115. Order now!
B115 250W 1x15 Bass Cabinet Specifications:
- Dimensions (WxHxD): 24" x 25" x 16"
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Comments about Acoustic B115 250w 1x15 Bass Cabinet:
In spite of some ignorant flamers, this is a serious product! Got this as an add-on to my B-450 Combo (210+horn - B600 head inside) and it really fills in those ultra lows when I put it on top of my B-410 and although some believe that it should be on the bottom - well, just try it for yourself! You'll see. Don't use cheap speaker cables and you'll be fine. I use 12/3 copper that I make myself with T-S-R 1/4 inchers. You can use them - as they default to mono any way when you plug them in. I run this with the B-450 and a B-410, so I have 600 massive Watts output at 2.6 Ohms.