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Eden D210MBX Bass Speaker Cabinet/Wedge Monitor 8 Ohm
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At the request of professional players, Eden fit the famous D210XLT speaker cabinet into a compact monitor. The B-52 D210MBX bass monitor has all the...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Eden D210MBX is the ultimate stage monitor for bass players.
At the request of professional players, Eden fit the famous D210XLT speaker cabinet into a compact monitor. The B-52 D210MBX bass monitor has all the sound quality and output level of the XLT enclosure, with incredibly high sound pressure level handling and tremendous low end response. The bass speaker is a must for difficult stage monitoring conditions.
- 2 - EC-106O XL cast frame 10" speakers
- 2 - E-2700 cast bell tweeters
- 350W handling
- 62Hz-14kHz frequency response
- Crossover: 3.5KHz @ 18dB
- Sensitivity: 103dB SPL
- Impedance: 4-8Î
- 23"W x 17"H x 15"D
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Monitor and More!! Had for a few years now and this has far been the go to cab for many gigs, why in these days bring anything to your gig the size of a car!! Nice tone , Stand alone is ,can handel.
I wanted to downsize my 410xlt but definitely wanted to stay with Eden. I tried this out at a local shop before doing a trade with a friend and was amazed. It had the same transparency, bite, and depth as my 410. I've been using it for a year now and have yet to run into a limitation. I use this as my primary amp and am often on stage with drums, keys, two guitars + multi-instrumentalist and never have trouble getting the volume I need. The clarity of this cab across the tonal spectrum is fantastic and never lost in the mix.Of course it doesn't have the same "bigness" that the 410xlt has but is definitely big enough and much bigger than other 410's!I was initially using 3500 hartke but am now using the genz benz Shuttle 6.0 (my whole rig went from 150lbs to 64lbs!) BTW I stand this up on it's side. I also use MTD basses and am loving the sansamp programmable bass di.
I was tired of lugging around a 100lb SWR 4x10 cab to my band's gigs. The D210MBX solved the problem. It weighs half as much as my 4x10, can handle 350 watts, and can get as loud as many of the 4x10s that I have tried. It's monitor wedge design means I can point it at my head, instead of my knees. I power this speaker cab with a 540 watt GK 1001RB head, and it defies it's small size with big sound.
To date this cabinet articulates my bass notes better than anything I have played yet. The coil on the cross over vibrated off and had to be repaired. An improvement in this point of design could be used. This is the only cabinet I now use and I only use one. Most clubs who now are hosting live music are small and this small cabinet will cover 99% of the venues I play.