Distinctive Acoustic sound and overwhelming power.
The 8x10" speaker array is the ultimate bass cabinet configuration, and few 8x10s are more iconic than Acoustic's B810. The distinctive giant blue stripe is a sure sign that you've got a thundering, floor-rattling, earthshaking bass sound. With its power rating of 800W RMS, you know that something intense is about to blast out from behind the B810's grille. Adding an on/off switchable high horn driver, the B810 speaker cabinet roars.
Acoustic has designed the massive B810 cab with easy transportation in mind. In addition to imparting a tight punch to your sound, the sealed cabinet keeps your electronics safe from tough conditions on the road or in rehearsal. The heavy-duty bar handle on top of the angled rear surface”plus oversized nylon casters and a thick steel kick plate”make it simple to grab, push, and roll. Rear skid rails let you use leverage to lean and push it into most vehicles without ever having to lift it. For those who do need to lift it, the B810 bass cab includes spring-loaded handles on the bottom so multiple people can easily grab onto it at once.
The B810 bass cabinet has the distinctive Acoustic look”nickel corners, black cloth grille, and the iconic giant blue stripe”telling the world that you're packing the power of the distinctive Acoustic sound that so many great bassists have called their own.
- Durable vinyl covering
- Black cloth grille
- Heavy-duty tour handles
- Rear skid plates
B810 800W 8X10 Bass Cabinet Specifications:
- Power handling: 800 watts
Speakers: 8 x 10"
High Horn Driver with On/Off Switch
Impedance: 4 ohms
1 1/4" Parallel Input or
1 1/4" Speakon Combo
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Comments about Acoustic B810 800W 8X10 Bass Cabinet:
I added this to my B-450 combo/cab. Absolute melt-down! I fill 40-acre venues with it and another B-410 and the B-450 cab/combo and it's 210s. I get 14-10s that way, and it really smokes, but doesn't have to. I can just turn down and have all that potential, so nothing's pushing too hard and that way you can have utterly fantastic sounds and never lose any of the punch or rumble you need. It's like a Z-28 with 750+ HP on No - you don't need it, but it's there! All by itself, it's massive and moves a lot of air and that's what bass is all about - you NEED to move the air! If you don't, you get a wimpy, weak sound and lots of distortion trying to make it bigger: no problem if it IS bigger in the first place. With just the B-600 head, you'll smoke almost anything around and do it for far less $$$ too.