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Wall-shaking lows with tons of punch.
The Acoustic B410 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 B410 cabinet will easily handle the power of the amplifier and provide wall-shaking lows and massive bottom end. Although conservatively rated at 400 watts RMS, any combination of B115 or B410 cabinets may be used for larger venues.
The B410 bass cabinet features a rock-solid, sealed 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 B410”a seriously professional stage enclosure for serious bassists.
- Power: 400 watts power handling
- Speaker: 4 x 10" heavy-duty speakers, high-frequency with on/off switch
- Impedance: 8 ohms
- Input: Parallel 1/4" input jacks
Order today and pound down the groove.
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Comments about Acoustic B410 400w 4x10 Bass Cabinet:
The speaker cabinet arrived with some dents and scrapes because apparently UPS didn't care. The cardboard box that was supposed to protect the speaker looked like it went through a hurricane. It was partly shredded and the speaker cabinet was partly exposed. Nevertheless, the speaker sounded good when I plugged it in. Cosmetically, it was partly damaged but apparently did not affect the 4-10s inside the cabinet. I loved the parametric EQ. You can dial in so many different sounds with the EQ control. It came so close to duplicating the sound of my GK rig. I purchased an Acoustic B200 bass head earlier. Overall, the sound was actually very, very good and I'd buy another one as soon as I can get enough cash.