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Aguilar S 410 4x10" Bass Cabinet
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Designed for mid-sized to large venues where a punchy midrange is necessary to cut through the mix. Rugged MDF construction. 4 custom 10" Eminence dr...Click To Read More About This Product
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Big tone in an affordable package.
Designed for mid-sized to large venues where a punchy midrange is necessary to cut through the mix. Rugged MDF construction. 4 custom 10" Eminence drivers, P-Audio tweeter, and high-quality crossover. Full-bodied tone that makes it a great standalone cab and even better as a pair!
4 - 10" custom Eminence drivers
Power handling: 500 watts
Phenolic tweeter with integral phase plug
Custom crossover with variable tweeter control
One Neutrik Speakon and 2 - 1/4" inputs
Recessed deep-dish handles
Sensitivity: 101dB @ 1W/1M
22-1/2"W x 24"H x 16-5/8"D
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Here's a review based on 5 or 6 hours of playing it. It's very, very punchy, kind of reminds me of an Eden 410, but not nearly as woody or dark. It's brighter and smoother, not as barky.It sounds big, full and projects well like all Aggies. From 20 feet it sounds huge.It's definitely mid-voiced compared to say a GS112. The lows are typical Aguilar, thick, deep, smooth and punchy. The B string really bounces. It's very clean and clear. It seems to get stronger and louder on the B where most cabs start to fall off. You can rock the B without fear the cab will run out of gas. It's very musical and fits well in the mix. It sounds great with all the CD's I usually play along with.The rear ports will require some management. Placed in a bad spot the rear ports could spell trouble and conversely a correct placement could make it sound exponentially louder than is really is. So a little experimentation is necessary.My Stewart 600 pushes it louder than I can stand indoors without breaking up and I never run the Stewart past 12 o'clock. Combined with a GS112 it makes for a great combo. Thick and deep, loud and transparent. I'll probably always run it with at least one GS112.It weighs 83 lbs and it's very compact. I did not have a problem lifting it (I'm stronger than most people) and I think it will fit in my trunk without a problem. It comes with casters.Inside the cab it is massively braced and filled with high quality acoustic damping material.I think it would be great to have two. If this site has them next month I may try to spring another one. If you like the Aguilar sound you'll like this cab. If you play a 5 string, you'll love this cab.