Up to 15% Off Select Gear with code: ROCKSTAR
Looking for Coupons?Call us 800-449-9128 Hablamos Español
Accessories Sale 15% off qualifying orders $25 or more
Eden Logo
Product 485230

Eden DC210XLT 2x10" Metro Bass Combo Amp

  • Write a Review

The Eden DC210XLT 2x10" Metro Bass Combo Amp has a dual channel preamp section that gives you the choice of tube or solid-state with full footswitch ...Click To Read More About This Product

We're sorry-this item is unavailable.

Find a similar product below or contact our experts for a recommendation of great alternatives. Call us at 800-449-9128.

Customers Also Viewed:
OVERVIEW

A fully professional 400W combo gig rig.

The Eden DC210XLT 2x10" Metro Bass Combo Amp has a dual channel preamp section that gives you the choice of tube or solid-state with full footswitch control. Each channel includes an independent effects loop. 400 watts drive a 4-ohm pair of 10" woofers and a horn. Other features of the Eden DC210XLT Combo include switchable automatic compression, 5-way semi-parametric tone control, an electronic crossover, stereo aux input, headphone out, tuner mute on footswitch, internal speaker on/off, and -12dB input pad. Includes dual function footswitch.


SPECIFICATIONS
23"W x 24"H x 18-1/2"D
78 lb.
Reviews
Loading....

Review Snapshot

by PowerReviews
 
4.6

(based on 14 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (11)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (0)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (0)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (1)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Big Sound - small footprint

The Eden name is legendary in bass circles, so I picked one up blind - I figured if it was good enough for the pros, etc.It is much louder than it looks. For...Read complete review

The Eden name is legendary in bass circles, so I picked one up blind - I figured if it was good enough for the pros, etc.It is much louder than it looks. For a 2X10 combo, it has some well-defined bottom end. The first gig was a real trial - outdoors with my full band. And it covered it well - the band had to keep asking me to turn down. However, while I find it has a great bottom-end sound for a live rock band, I am not as thrilled with the sound solo - especially when slapping. I'm using a Stingray with fairly new strings and it just doesn't seem to have the punch I want. I have fiddled with the EQ for hours but was never sastified. I even tried running it through a BBE Sonic Maximizer, but again - just didn't get the sound I wanted.I will keep it as it sounds great with the band, but when I record slap I will probably use something else. Also, the first time I pulled on one of the pull-out knobs it came right off. A small thing, but for the cost of this amp I expect my darn knobs to stay on.

VS

Most Liked Negative Review

 

Could not believe my own ears!

I bought this unit brand spankin new, got it home, plugged it in and got...distortion and buzzing with no power output at all. Kinda leaves you wondering how good this amp...Read complete review

I bought this unit brand spankin new, got it home, plugged it in and got...distortion and buzzing with no power output at all. Kinda leaves you wondering how good this amp and workmanship really is. I can`t buy this amp,Just the fact that it came fresh out of the box to me in that type of condition,makes me never purchase another Eden product again...Thats alot of money to hear distortion. I couldn`t believe my own ears!

Reviewed by 14 customers

Displaying reviews 1-10

Back to top

Previous | Next »

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

2X10's blow you away

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

I've owned this cabinet for several years now. It came down to the start of playing in bands and I need to upgrade from a mini practice amp to a gigging amp. I picked it up used at a local music store, and just loved the low end it got. For two 10's and 600 watts of power, it gets the job done for any gig or pracitce.Overall I really enjoy playing through it, I use it at all my gigs along with an SWR Triad 1015 cabinet. Both the Eden and the SWR combination are great together.When I played in a band with two guitarsits with stacks, I seemed to always be over powering them and have to turn down just to hear them. It's a really loud combo amp. Both Channles work great, but I prefer the second channel. It has more options than Channel one.If your looking for a combo amp this amp is perfect for gigs, practieces or just all around jam sessions.

 
5.0

The best I have used

By Mark Trujillo

from Alameda Ca.

Try this amp with an external cab with 2X10's and an eighteen. My old P-bass sounds great.

 
5.0

Fast Freddy

By Fast Freddy

from Zanesville,Ohio

It's all that and a bag of chips, but very heavy for a combo. But i guess the good ones are. With a 4x10 extention cab it's a real power house, with the tone to go with it.

 
5.0

Solid Performer

By Tony--eBwK

from L.A. Calif.

See all my reviews

I have been using this rig for a couple of years in various music styles. Upright bass and electric basses. Rock, Jazz, Reggae, Big bands. It has never failed, and I am always complimented on a beautiful bass tone. When I add another Eden cab with a 15 I move plenty of air for Reggae and rock gigs. Plenty of power and great versatility. I love this Metro.

 
5.0

Review

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

I've spent several months now looking for the ideal bass amp. And i must admit i overlooked this amp at first due to the 210 and the whole combo... thing. However, i couldn't have been more pleasantly surprised by this little beast. She sounds worlds better than the other amps and cab that are way out of my price range! And you can make it sound that much better if you take the time to play with the controls. plus it's movable! with all things considered this is without a doubt one of the best amps EVER!!

 
5.0

THIS IS IT!

By D.B.

from Columbia Southcarolina

I bought this combo a little over a year ago after hearing one live in a local club. Ive been at this over 30years and I have never been as pleased. This is a 180 degree amp. You working musicians will know just what I mean. I use it with a Cirrus 5 string. The only draw back is you may need a second 2/10 cabinet on larger stages.

 
5.0

Big Sound - small footprint

By Sayman

from New Jersey

See all my reviews

The Eden name is legendary in bass circles, so I picked one up blind - I figured if it was good enough for the pros, etc.It is much louder than it looks. For a 2X10 combo, it has some well-defined bottom end. The first gig was a real trial - outdoors with my full band. And it covered it well - the band had to keep asking me to turn down. However, while I find it has a great bottom-end sound for a live rock band, I am not as thrilled with the sound solo - especially when slapping. I'm using a Stingray with fairly new strings and it just doesn't seem to have the punch I want. I have fiddled with the EQ for hours but was never sastified. I even tried running it through a BBE Sonic Maximizer, but again - just didn't get the sound I wanted.I will keep it as it sounds great with the band, but when I record slap I will probably use something else. Also, the first time I pulled on one of the pull-out knobs it came right off. A small thing, but for the cost of this amp I expect my darn knobs to stay on.

 
5.0

EDEN is Awesome stuff!

By BASS Critic 101

from Abbotsford, BC, Canada

See all my reviews

Oh Man, this amp is awesome. Just upgraded from a Peavey Basic 112 and man what a difference. This amp has beatiful tone that stays true even when the volume is cranked and yes lots of volume.For a small combo amp, she's got a big sound & warm tone. Even the solid state input is nice on this unit. The DI output is nice as well having a Tuner only out with a step of a button.I was originally looking at the SWR Workingman 15 which is also great but my ears fell in love with this amp instead. Sold on this unit.

(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

I've had this amp for 3 years and i love it!

By U dale.

from los angeles, ca

for the money you can't find a better amp/combo. you can use as is or add on the 4x10's cab for the bigger rooms and get bigger booms! had the metro dc210xlt for 3 yrs now and it's never failed me once. great sound. use to use the swr working mans 15and the one feature i miss that isn't on the metro is the fx mix nob. but on the other hand the responce you get when you turn a particular control nob (i.e. bass, mid and treble) is amazing! there are 40 clicks on one of these nobs and each click gives an audible responce that humans can hear. one other thing, i bought my metro via musicians friend and took a lot of grief from my fellow musicians because of that. they'd say things like "you could've found a better deal in l.a." and beleave me i looked high and low but the bottom line on this one is m.f. was the best deal going. i didn't have to pay calif. state tax and the delivery was free! the down side was it took longer to ship than originally expected but in the end it was/is worth it .

 
4.0

Sounds great, nightmare to crate

By shadow_FIX

from Kansas

See all my reviews

I owned this amplifier for about 6 years. I bought it brand new (overpaid by a lot), and it does sound pretty darn great. Add and extension cab and it does some work. My biggest complaint, which drove me to get rid of it, is that it is almost impossible to get around by yourself. I'm not weak by any means, but the casters didn't take long to break and 90lbs is pretty unwieldy in my opinion. I traded in for a lighter Markbass setup and haven't looked back.

Displaying reviews 1-10

Back to top

Previous | Next »

See All Eden Solid State Combo Bass Amplifiers
You are changing the Ship-To country.

Our product catalog varies by country due to manufacturer restrictions. If you change the Ship-To country, some or all of the items in your cart may not ship to the new destination.