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Peavey TVX 410 EX 4X10 Bass Speaker Cabinet
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The Peavey TVX 410 EX is a full-range bass guitar speaker enclosure that uses 4 - 10-inch Sheffield® bass speakers, a horn tweeter and a custom cross...Click To Read More About This Product
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Articulate full-range tone!
The Peavey TVX 410 EX is a full-range bass guitar speaker enclosure that uses 4 - 10-inch Sheffield® bass speakers, a horn tweeter and a custom crossover designed for great articulation, tone and clarity. The TVX 410 bass cab is covered with tough, black vinyl to give you a rugged and easy-to-clean surface. The metal corners and grille add protection from the bumps and bruises encountered on the road. A high frequency level control is part of the crossover so the high frequency output can be tailored to complement any style of playing. A protection circuit has been built into the crossover to help prevent damage to the horn tweeter in the event of overpowering. If the average signal level going to the tweeter exceeds a certain threshold, the protection circuit is engaged.
Like the earlier TXFM series, this enclosure has low frequency vents on the front of the cabinet. This results in better low frequency impact. The 410TVX is capable of handling an input power of up to 700 watts in 8-ohm and 4-ohm configurations. This enclosure can be used alone or with any other bass guitar enclosure from Peavey. Be sure to check the amplifier specifications to verify the minimum impedance rating of the amp used to power this enclosure.
- Improved crossover for better midrange tone
- Vents located on front of cabinet
- Horn tweeter with level control
- Protection circuit for horn tweeter
- 350 watts (rms) continuous
- 700 watts (rms) program
- Four 10 inch Sheffield® bass speakers
- Front-ported enclosure
- Horn-loaded tweeter w/ L-pad attenuator for tweeter and protection circuitry
- 30 Hz to 15 kHz
- 8 ohm
- Weight: 102.5
- Width: 24.75
- Depth: 19.437
- Height: 28.25
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Had to replace a blown Hartke cab, and went with the Peavey TVX410, very happy with the sound, matched with an Eden head, and using an Epiphone TBird bass, I can get the classic rock tone I've been looking for. Built very sturdy. Also purchased the 115 Peavey bass cab, and they work wonderful together to get a full range of sound. very pleased with these cabinets
Hi i am a bass player and play at least twice a weekend. I just recently bought this cab it was used but basically brand new, i used to play through a GK 15 backline series, it crapped out on me so i put a new speaker in it and it sounded alot better than the crap they put in it. This cab however sounds amazing it has a GREAT punch to it and just as good bottom end as the 15 had im am very happy with how this cab sounds and looks it is EXTREAMLY heavy but thats better than it being cheap so... all and all an amazing cab for the money
Got this at the local music shop looking to upgrade from my hartke kickback 120. I plugged in my trusty jazz mexi-bass into a peavey tour 700 hookep up to one of these hidden gems. I dialed in my EQ settings (lows 10, mids 0, Highs 10)and turned the "bright" switch on. With the knobs on my bass all turned to 10, I started playing fingerstyle. The tone reminded me exactly of Fieldy's tone in the bass fill towards the end of Korn's "Blind". Remember this is a single coil pickup not a humbucker so this cab handles a lot of treble very well. The thing that convinced me to bring it home was that despite the treble (which wasnt harsh or overriding, very tasteful) it still had very good and enjoyable/feelable low end so it didn't sound hollow or cheap. Overall I'd say this is a very undiscovered and valuable cab.
Our bass player uses this with a berhinger tube amp head and its just great.The only problem is the exterior falls right off and peels off....its weird.But otherwise great, we shake every club we play at, you can feel the floor of the stage basicly falling apart when we play, its pretty sexy. oh and it weighs a metric ton and there are no wheels.
this is definitely a brutal amp. the one problem is just the sheer bulkiness and weight of it. if it werent so heavy it would probably be perfect.
I own the 4ohm version of this cab and it really gets down deep. I purchased this to go with a Peavey Tour 450 head and it sounds amazing. My only gripe is that it doesn't come factory with castors, not really a minus because I usually end up always changing out factory castors for good ones anyway. I play in a metal band with two guitar players playing tube halfstacks and they told me to turn down on our first gig with this cab. Honestly, it was a good feeling after always struggling to hear the bass with my old equipment.
CHEAP, LOUD and RELIABLE = GREAT BUYI've owned this cab for about 8yrs and amazingly, it's outlasted all of my other gear (2 amps, 3-4 cabinets, 2 basses)- its almost indestructable. and i'm pretty hard on my gear...Sounds just fine for club gigs, its LOUD enough for almost any room, and did i mention its built like a tank?i had to replace the horn once, but it was cheap...actually did fine without it for a while - just turned down the attenuator on the back..yes its heavy, but invest in some casters and you're fine.
I actually bought this from a dealer instead of on the website because it was cheaper with the head. I love this cabinet. I upgraded from an 8" 20 watt combo to this and my ears hurt! This thing is LOUD!!! It rattles the ceiling in my practice space! It has great tone with my Fender Precision bass and I can actually hear it when I play along with my band. I couldn't be more satisfied with it!!