Re: cabinet question: handling a B string
On Feb 17, 2:29 pm, ed s <esham...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Feb 17, 2:01 pm, "dustoyev...@xxxxxxx" <dustoyev...@xxxxxxx> wrote:
On Feb 17, 1:53 pm, ed s <esham...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Feb 17, 1:43 pm, "dustoyev...@xxxxxxx" <dustoyev...@xxxxxxx> wrote:
I have a friend who has a new Ampeg 1-15" cab, no tweeter. He has a
2-10" cab that he was using (he's a "new" bassist and is getting his
rig together for his real band that plays real occasional gigs) that
he blew one of the 10's out of, probably due to playing a 5-string
through it by itself. The new plan is to use both cabs, with the tens
for highs (after putting a new speaker or two in there). Question is,
how is this done-- with some kind of crossover? This old dinosaur who
just played through 2x15's or 4x15's really has no idea how to combine
these cabs per modern practice. TIA!
Are both cab the same impedance ? & watch your volume . e
Both 8 ohm. The head is a G&K 400 (IV, I think) so monster power isn't
the problem. Just don't want to replace the 10's and immediately pop
them again. Again, I can't advise as I don't have any experience
What kind of speakers ? Guitar ? Bass? Power rating ? 400 watts is
alot of power in some situations. ed
Whoops. Ampeg B115E, 1x15", no tweeter. GK 2-10 BLX; both are bass
1- 8ohm 15" in the Ampeg, 2-16 ohm 10's in the other.
How about Eminence Delta 10B's for replacement drivers for the GK?
The GK 400RB-IV is 180w @ 8 ohm, 280 @ 4 ohm.
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