Side-ported for optimal bass response, this cabinet is loaded with one Eminence 15" speaker for balanced tone and serious punch.
This 400W Orange Amplifiers OBC115 Bass Speaker cabinet is made from 13-ply high-density 18mm birch plywood. Tough skids on the speaker enclosure's base result in enhanced acoustic connection to the stage.
The hi-tech OBC115 bass cab is side-ported and provides for speaker self-correction. The ports are tuned by Orange to emphasize the low end and get a better response. The Eminence 15" bass speaker delivers full, rounded bass tone.
Internally strutted to avoid cabinet vibration, the Orange OBC115 bass enclosure won't rattle, even under the most demanding conditions. The sound is amazing, extending the bottom-end for deep bass response. With a hefty 400W power handling, the Orange OBC115 bass cabinet's deep sound packs some serious punch.
- Side-ported cabinet design
- 13-ply high-density 18mm birch plywood cabinet
- Tough skids on the base
- Output: 400W (RMS) handling, 8 ohm
- Speaker: heavy-duty 15" Eminence
- Dimensions: (W x H x D) 24-1/2"W x 20"H x 18"D
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Comments about Orange Amplifiers OBC Series OBC115 400W 1x15 Bass Speaker Cabinet:
After flirting with tens and twelves, I realized I was missing the room-filling tone only a fifteen can produce, so I traded a 2x12 cab for the OBC115 with zero regrets. First off, this cab is built like a brick house. Just like Orange claims, not a rattle or vibration anywhere. The clothe grille is easily removable thanks to a well-thought-out cloth tab you simply tug to detach the grille from the velcro attached to the cab. Dual 1/4" and Speakon jacks make hooking up your amp a breeze. 400 watts of power handling @ 8 ohms will accomodate most amps. Where this cab really shines is in the tone - loud, slightly gritty, FAT bass! It handles as much low-mid boost you throw at it. Even though this cab doesn't have a tweeter, high-mids and highs are still clear and punchy, although they don't have the crystalline shimmer a horn provides. The lack of a tweeter is a big benefit if you like to flavor your tone with high overdrive and/or distortion, as the Eminence driver will handle it with ease, and there is no horn to blow up. If you like ultra-modern, hi-fi tones, this probably won't be the cab for you. If you dig the more traditional pallette of old-school, phat low-end rock tone, this cab is a winner!