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Ashdown ABM 414T 4X10" Bass Speaker Cabinet with Tweeter
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The ABM 410T is a 600W, 4-ohm bass cabinet with 4 - 10" Ashdown BlueLine drivers and a tweeter.The precision-tuned, birch plywood cabinet is protecte...Click To Read More About This Product
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The 414T adds bright midrange and punchy bottom end to any rig.
The ABM 410T is a 600W, 4-ohm bass cabinet with 4 - 10" Ashdown BlueLine drivers and a tweeter.
The precision-tuned, birch plywood cabinet is protected by a tough, buffalo leather cloth covering and chromed metal corners. Special Ashdown-designed metal handles are used in favor of inferior flip handles, which can rattle after years of use.
Ashdown BlueLine speakers are designed to achieve a superb balance of power; transparency; and deep, controlled low end without sacrificing any of the mid-band attack and high-end brightness that are so important in a modern bass sound.
- 600W continuous, 900W program power handling
- 4 - 10" BlueLine speakers
- High-frequency tweeter
- High-grade birch plywood construction
- Buffalo leather cloth covering
- Chromed metal corners
- Metal handles
Impeccable sound for the most demanding bassists. Call or click to buy now!
- Power handling: 600W continuous, 900W program
- 4-ohm impedance
- Frequency Response: 70Hz-20kHz
- SPL: 103dB 1W@1m
- 24"W x 26"H x 16-1/2"D
- 79 lbs.
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I've owned this cab for a little over a year now. Run it with an ABM 900 evo II. I have another cab but have never really needed for more volume than this cab dishes out. Loud drums and Marshalls? NO PROBLEM!! The sound is a very nice balance between high-fi and vintage soul. Deep articulated bass and smooth high-end coupled to a rich, punchy, and colorful mids. It doesn't fart out with a big low B and sounds good with overdrive. Very nice! The covering (buffalo leather) is very nice and reasonably durable, better than Ampeg covering and looks way better than black fuzz. The grill is stout but understated and still presents the cool blue speaker cones. The handles are unique but not well placed for 2 person portage. Looks delicious with the ABM on top. The end.
This cab is amazing. I use it with a little mark II head and it wails. The bass response is just perfect, its not too boomy but it brings the thunder. This cab works with all styles of music and it looks sick. The white binding is more of a cream color and it gives it a cool vintage feel. You will not regret buying this cab.
Don't get me wrong. This cabinet sounds awesome, and looks pretty sweet with the shiny skin, blue speakers, and wicked Ashdown logo. It's only 80 lbs. or so, so it's not horribly heavy. It truly is a great cabinet, especially paired with an Ashdown ABM 500 II head.I feel like it's almost too nice, though, and should definitely include casters. Ashdown apparently doesn't believe in putting casters on their cabs because it's unprofessional. Carrying an 80 pound cube cabinet can be a bit of a challenge. On top of that, the pretty look and high quality parts don't hold up as well when using a dolly or carting around in the back of a pickup.I'm not dinging their quality or look or anything. This is a great cab. I just wish it was built a bit tougher and included some transportation assistance. It would be great to have a roadie and travel cases and whatnot, but let's just say I'm not quite there yet.