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About Samson Technologies:
A leader in the world of professional audio, Hartke, as part of Samson Technologies, has been constantly revolutionizing the world of amplification since 1985. From bass cabinets and heads to combo amps of all sizes and designs, the Hartke selection here represents the best of what they have to offer. So if you're looking to add a professional edge to the way you play, you've definitely come to the right place.
Known far and wide for the unparalleled quality of their drivers, Hartke focuses on the dynamics over everything else. Take the HyDrive Series 112 300W 1x12" Bass Speaker Cabinet for example. Featuring a sensitivity of 96 dB @ 1W/1m, it has 300-watts of raw power to play with and a HyDrive neodymium hybrid cone driver with a 1-inch titanium high frequency compression driver. Finished with a rugged construction and a sleek steel grill, this cab was made to go everywhere.
If you're more interested in a combo setup though, turn your attention over to the top rated VX Series VX3500 350 Watt 4x10" Bass Combo Amp. Designed with four massive 10" Hartke VX speakers and a high frequency driver, it also has a built-in two-way speaker system, and offers an extremely punchy sound. And because it's sitting on four heavy-duty casters, its weight will never be a problem when you're setting up and tearing down. From small to medium-sized stages, you'll be able to capture the attention of the entire crowd every time with this bass amp.
It's been proven that Hartke doesn't just make amps, they make some of the best amps out there. And with headliners like Stevie Wonder's Nate Watts, Frank Bello of Anthrax, John "JD" DeServio of the Black Label Society, Megadeth's David Ellefson and so many others all trusting the quality of their performances to Hartke, you know the gear they make is truly something special. Because to Hartke, it's all about pushing the limits.