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Aguilar DB 412 4x12 Bass Speaker Cabinet
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The Aguilar DB 412 bass speaker cabinet delivers aggressive midrange punch and warm, extended lows thanks to its 4 - 12" cast-frame woofers. A phenol...Read More
Powerful full-range tone that's well-suited for larger venues.
The Aguilar DB 412 bass speaker cabinet delivers aggressive midrange punch and warm, extended lows thanks to its 4 - 12" cast-frame woofers. A phenolic tweeter with a phase plug and custom crossover with variable tweeter control ensures the perfect amount of high-end shimmer with ultimate clarity. Especially well-suited for large venues and concert halls, the versatile DB 412 cabinet is becoming a favorite of pros all over the world. Load-in is a breeze thanks to its recessed handles, rear-mounted wheels, and skid rails. 1200W power handling.
- 1200W RMS power handling
- 4 - 12" cast-frame woofers with 56 oz. magnets
- Phenolic tweeter with phase plug
- Custom crossover with variable tweeter control
- Recessed handles
- Rear-mounted wheels
From rock to jazz and punk to pop, the DB 412 from Aguilar has you covered. Order now!
DB 412 4x12 Bass Speaker Cabinet
- Impedance: 4 ohms
Frequency Response: 37 Hz to 16 kHz
Sensitivity: 101 dB 1W 1M
Dimensions: 46" H x 24-1/2" W x 18" D
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- It's Just A Bit Heavy
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Comments about Aguilar DB 412 4x12 Bass Speaker Cabinet:
I play in a couple of cover bands. Styles range from country-ish to fairly heavy stuff. This cabinet covers it all.
I power it with a Tech 21 MBE into a Crown XLS 1000.
Got to play a reasonably large venue this weekend and it handled everything I threw at it with NO problems. Zero.
All I could do all night was listen to how great it sounded.
Awesome mid range presence. Punches right through the mix! My band mates loved it. You can hear every note played(good or bad)!!
I like it better than my Ampeg 8x10. I also use a Hartke 2x10 paired with a 1x15 cab.
This thing just smokes both of these and I thought the 8x10 couldnt be beat.
Course it's really going to be up to your ear.
But if you want to know if it is worth chancing...go ahead and jump. I really dont think you're going to be disappointed. Then again, there's always that one guy...
The only downside to it is the weight but they look and sound so freakin awesome I dont want to bring the lighter cabs!
The casters are great but nothing beats a dolly.
Anyway, this was my first experience with Aguilar and I am officially a fan.