The Neo series speaker cabinets from Acoustic are the perfect complement to the company' Class D heads; Neodymium speakers provide up to 40% lighter ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Huge low-end punch in a lightweight 1x15" cab.
The Neo series speaker cabinets from Acoustic are the perfect complement to the company' Class D heads; Neodymium speakers provide up to 40% lighter weight than Acoustic' traditional magnet speakers, all while providing that legendary Acoustic œPro' tone. These cabs offer superior power handling to match up perfectly with its Class D heads, and rugged construction touches, including plywood construction and spring-loaded handles make these cabs road-worthy. Easy-to-transport, lightweight, legendary tone can now be yours with the Neo Series bass cabinets from Acoustic!
This BN115, 500W 1x15" is full of low-end punch to fill any gaps in your band's sound, or rattle the fillings out of your audience.
The Class D Neo series of bass amps from Acoustic continue the legacy of œthe pro' tone, while providing extremely light weight and portability, combined with its signature tone-shaping controls. These high-power heads, combos and speaker cabinets provide incredible sound clarity and control for small, medium or large live venues, studios and more.The series consists of three heads (300W, 600W and 1,000W), four speaker cabinets (4x10, 2X10, 1X15 and compact 1X12), and three combos, utilizing the power plants from the 300 & 600 heads (600W 2X10, 300W 1X15 and 300W compact 1X12).
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Comments about Acoustic BN115 500W 1x15 Bass Speaker Cabinet:
Purchased one on clearance, and tried to dial it in. Ended up returning it after one gig. Got it sounding quite good at home, but everything but the bottom was left during live situation. Great bottom end I must say, you could really feel it. and plenty loud with no distortion too! I found the horn lacking, and it should have maybe had a pot instead of a push-button. I think it would be useful if paired with a 2X10 to get the rest of the freq range a little better. By itself, too muddy for me, no matter how I EQ'd. I'll continue my search for that elusive light weight, all in one cabinet. Closest I've come was the Shroeder 15L, which I regret selling.
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