The Ampeg SVT-410HLF Enclosure gives you plenty of volume and clean low end. This 4×10″ cabinet has the same speakers and 1″ horn as the SVT-410HE with 2″ coils and 30 oz. magnets, but the cabinet itself is tuned differently. It’s deeper and has a bottom port that results in better low-end response, down to 28Hz!The cabinet features heavy duty recessed handles, an industrial strength grip bar, and heavy duty rear wheels. Skid rails are placed on the back of the enclosure to protect it while loading in and out of venues.The Speakon and 1/4″ jacks are wired in parallel, allowing easy daisy chaining from one speaker to another. Each of the jacks may be used as an input or a through connection.
Ampeg SVT-410HLF: Versatile, High Fidelity Performance
This is the speaker cabinet for the bass player who demands the ultimate in a single, compact cabinet setup. The SVT-410HLF delivers devastating low-end bass, all the way down to 28Hz, thanks to four 10″ speakers working together to move a tremendous amount of air. The SVT-410HLF actually moves 10% more air than two 18-inch speakers, and 25% more than three 15-inch speakers. And those leviathans simply can’t respond to transient peaks as quickly as four tens can.The SVT-410HLF also delivers superb top-end, thanks to its 1″ horn driver, strategically crossed over at 4kHz.
This is a favorite enclosure for such artists as Meshell Ndegeocello, John McVie of Fleetwood Mac, and Ricky Skaggs’ bass player, Mark Fain.
The Ampeg SVT-410HLF: A Great Choice for Bass Players
The Ampeg SVT-410HLF is the supreme speaker enclosure for the multi-string bass player seeking both superior power handling and true high-fidelity performance.
The Story of the SVT: Ampeg Amps
Ampeg’s Classic Series is all about the Ampeg SVT. Ampeg pioneered Super-Valve Technology in the 1960s and continue to offer the ultimate, top-performance gear to the world’s most demanding bassists.
The SVT has become the bass amp that all rock bassists dream of, whether they’re famous or completely unknown.
Former Bass Player editor Scott Malandrone put the SVT in perspective this way: “The SVT has done for the sound of electric bass what the Marshall Super Lead had done for the electric guitar–it would give the instrument an identity.”
Ampeg Amps: Built to Be Worked Hard
Ampeg, (a division of Loud Technologies) is recognized world-wide as the premier name in bass and guitar amplification since the 1960’s, when the SVT (Super Valve Tone) bass amplifier took the rock world by storm with its 300 watts, 8 x10″ speaker cabinet and a tone that would go on to set the standard for rock and roll bass. Today, Ampeg continues on as the leader in professional bass gear and a cherished manufacturer of classic guitar amplifier designs with a continuing tradition of advancing bass tone through quality & innovation.
For more than 60 years, Ampeg has produced some of the music industry’s most innovative and memorable gear, satisfying the needs of musicians of all levels. From the largest tours to the corner pub, artists depend on Ampeg amps to get their message across, regardless of style or stature.
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