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Ampeg Pro Neo Series PN-210HLF 550W 2x10 Bass Speaker Cabinet  Black 

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Ampeg's PN-210HLF is a modern, lightweight bass enclosure built to handle the power of high-output Ampeg bass heads. Designed and assembled in the US...Read More

Available 01-26-2017

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A versatile bass cabinet with punch.

Ampeg's PN-210HLF is a modern, lightweight bass enclosure built to handle the power of high-output Ampeg bass heads. Designed and assembled in the USA out of the highest quality components, including two custom-designed 10-inch neodymium Eminence woofers, the PN-210HLF delivers high-quality, high-output bass in a modern design.

  • 550 watts of power handling
  • 2 x 10" custom U.S. made Eminence neodymium LF drivers
  • 1" Eminence APT:50 HF driver with level control
  • Extremely rugged and durable enclosure

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Pro Neo Series PN-210HLF 550W 2x10 Bass Speaker Cabinet

  • 2 x 10" custom US-made Eminence LF drivers
    550 watts RMS power handling @ 8 ohms
    1" Eminence APT:50 HF driver w/L-Pad level control
    Frequency response: 45Hz - 18kHz
    Max SPL: 125dB
    Sensitivity: 98dB
    Weight: 39 lb.

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AmpegPro Neo Series PN-210HLF 550W 2x10 Bass Speaker Cabinet

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(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)


Size does not matter!

By MaruCT

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Comments about Ampeg Pro Neo Series PN-210HLF 550W 2x10 Bass Speaker Cabinet:

I love how it's no trouble to move around. Its pretty rugged, Although I had a soft case made for it. I like my equipment looking nice and taken care of. It's loud, and will not loose the warmth and clarity of the Ampeg tone no matter how far you push it. The Eminence drivers are an excellent feature, it gives it that extra umph all bassists love. You and your bass will love it.
You know... I never thought this little guy was going to blow me away. I sold my Ampeg BA115, not because i hated it but because it was taking its toll on my back and knees... Way too heavy. So i stuck to the Ampeg sound, mainly because i love the clarity and warmth to it. But i needed something i could carry around. So I found this little guy, and paired it with an svt7pro.... The result.... Finally I had the drummer begging me to turn it down! (and ofcourse i didn't). It is LOUD.
Highly recommended for small to medium sized gigs... And it's level control gives you plenty of tonal possibilities. Kudos to the Eminence drivers.
When i move up to larger gigs i plan to pair it up with the pro neo 4x10. So yeah, if youre looking for a light weight enclosure with pure Ampeg sound and easy to carry around. This is you cabinet.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)


Tight and versatile cabinet

Comments about Ampeg Pro Neo Series PN-210HLF 550W 2x10 Bass Speaker Cabinet:

I'm jaded because I finally have my dream rig - not the former mishmash of diffrent brand name head, and speakers. I've matched the pro neo 210, 15 and svt7pro. The 210 sounds tight, it cuts through and everything matches ( a first for me). My band mates love the sound. Alone, the 210 is a very adequate rehearsal rig. That little box can growl!
It's reasonably light weight, adjustable tweeter and really cuts through the mix. Sound really nice!
Everything on the inside is what I would expect from Ampeg. I have a few concerns about the outside quality but my opinion may be a little unfair due to the fact that I've only had the cab for a few months now - not really road tested yet.
The durable paint material looks nice but I must admit that I've already seen a few small chips. There are no corner protectors on the on the the box which gives me a little concern - but so far so good.
There are two handles - top and side. I carry it primarily from the side handle because it's easier to squeeze through tight spaces. I wish the opposite side had small rubber feet protectors for when I set it down from carrying with the side handle to protect that naked bottom from gravel and scratches.
There was a price increase a few months after I purchased it - I'm still smiling. It's not cheep but get this: it's not a back buster, Eminence speakers and tweater sound awesome and the 2x10 box is versatile. I would hesitate having a 2x10 box as my one-and-only at a big gig but pair it with a pro new 15" (as I did) and you're set.

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Comments about Ampeg Pro Neo Series PN-210HLF 550W 2x10 Bass Speaker Cabinet:

It sounds great but better matched with an additional cab. I get the clipping light warning on my SVT-7 Pro head frequently but may be due to some inexperience on my part but I knew from a Bass Player Magazine review that the single cab alone wouldn't quite cut it. My band mates really like the sound. Like I said before, my biggest gripes are the lack of corner protectors and the additional feet opposite the side handle. The side speaker connectors are a little odd but I can't really say if that's good or bad. (the side speaker handle is opposite the speaker/tweeter control so I'm setting that side down on the ground).
Very tight sounding box with a little bit of Ampeg growl. The tweeter is good but for my ears it's kind of hard to distinguish. I'm currently running it with a SVT-7 Pro and a 15" SWR workingman cab. It's a little weak on its own for heavy gigs but sounds sweet with a 15 cab. The tilt back is a cool feature but apparently adds to the weight. Considering it's a neo cab it's not amazingly light. I have the pro-now on order but it's taking forever to get here. Really looking forward to the all pro neo set up.
I'm giving this a low rating because it's somewhat questionable on how this puppy will hold up cosmetically. First off there are no corner guards anywhere on the cab. I've already noticed a few dings - shame on me I guess. It probably won't be a huge issue stacking on top of the new 15" cab because of the grippy rubber feet but anything else put on top, without the rubber feet slips around. The only other issue is that the bottom end - opposite of the side handle - doesn't have small rubber feet. It's sometimes convenient to carry it vertically like this due to tight places but I cringe every time I have set it down on that side. I've considered putting on corner protectors but I'm not sure what it would do to the warranty. I miss the type of corners they put on Eden and SWR cabs.
It's a tight sounding box and I'm happy to have good ampeg speakers. It's definately not cheap but I'm looking to save my back and having my first complete Ampeg set-up.

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