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Re: Two 210's vs One 410

Posted: Fri Sep 01, 2017 3:49 am
by Bassmann1968
Hi,
on my 410 it changed after 20 hours. Low end increased and the tone opened up somehow.
Hard to explain.
The 112th didn't need that much time. I would say around 10 hours of playing.
Actually it doesn't matter. As Dan said, you will hear it when it happens.
Hard to say what the time range is, since it depends a lot on volume and frequencies.
I guess Rino had the break in done after 10 minutes :D
Rock on!

Re: Two 210's vs One 410

Posted: Fri Sep 01, 2017 9:32 am
by chopthebass
Thanks guys. I think I have decided on two 210 cabs. It's funny as I have always had a 4x10 in the past and I have always thought that configuration is way better than a 2x10. I have heard great things about DNA cabs so I am expecting good things!
I've also always had a 1x15 with my cabs. Guess I don't need that anymore!

Re: Two 210's vs One 410

Posted: Fri Sep 01, 2017 9:41 am
by rinos88
Haha. Pretty much. Admittedly, I tortured my cab when I first got it. I did an A/B comparison against my old 810 and 115 rig. Those cabs farted out at a point where this one was barely breaking a sweat.

I just remember setting up for the first show with it and doing the sound check. I cranked it pretty decently and hit a few notes. My old guitarist looked at me and said 'Are you really gonna be THAT loud?!'

My reply was something like 'Nah, I can still turn it up a little.'

I've never played a show where I haven't had multiple people ask me what my rig is after a show. I also make it a point to offer the use of my rig to opening bands for 'their convenience to not have to carry their gear.' Every time I've done that, they end up wanting it. The power, projection, response and tonal nuances are completely unmatched.