Ampeg Classic SVT-810E
- Power: 800 watts
- Loudspeaker: Conventional
- Loudspeaker Type: Custom Design
- Impedance: 4/8 ohms
- SPL ( 1w/1m): 100dB
- Frequency Response: 58 - 5 kHz
- Enclosure: Plywood
- Connections: ¼" Jack & Speakon
- Including: Wheels
- Country of Origin: Made in China
- 800-Watt 8 x 10-inch Bass Cabinet
- 62.3 kgs
- 8 x 10-inch custom US made Eminence LF drivers
- RMS power handling: 800 watts @ 4 ohms, Dual 400 watts @ 8 ohms stereo
- Max SPL: 130dB
- Rugged 15mm birch enclosure
- Premium Heritage black sparkle grille cloth, soft Tolex and trim
- Perfect match for Heritage SVT-CL
Ampeg Classic SVT-810E · Bass Cabinet
The world-renowned Classic Series Cabinets are synonymous with bass enclosures and the sound they produce. And because Ampeg knows that players have different tastes, they make the configuration YOU are looking for. From the undeniable tone of the SVT-810E to the unexpected low end of the extended range SVT-410HLF, Ampeg enclosures have set the standard for decades.
A quality head such as the Ampeg Heritage SVT-CL needs an appropriate bass speaker cabinet like the mother of all bass cabs, the 800-watt Ampeg SVT-810E cabinet. Built using 15mm birch and loaded with custom-made 10-inch Eminence speakers, this cabinet outputs vintage Ampeg sound and it shares the head's black sparkle grillecloth and soft Tolex covering. 800 Watt @ 4 Ohm or 2 x 400 Watt @ 8 Ohm for Bi-Amping.
Dimensions: 48 x 26 x 16
Weight: 165 Pounds
Component 1: Magnet Weight: 30oz
Component 1: Size: 8 x 10"
Component 1: Voice Coil: 2"
Component 2: Magnet Weight: n/a
Component 2: Size: n/a
Component 2: Voice Coil: n/a
Crossover Frequency: n/a
Frequency Response (-3 dB): 58 Hz - 5 KHz
Maximum SPL: 130 dB
Nominal Impedance: 2 x 8 Ohms
Program Handling: 2 x 800 Watts
RMS Handling: 2 x 400 Watts
Sensitivity: 100 dB
Usable Low Frequency (-10dB): 40 Hz
Protective Skid Rails
Stereo or Mono Operation.
The Ampeg founders, Everett Hull und Stanley Michael that started a business called Michaels-Hull Electronic Labs in 1946. They produced and distributed a bass pick up that had been developed by Hull. It was called Amplified Peg, short Ampeg. The Patent laid the foundation for a successful company that has always been good for a new innovation and is seen as a worldwide stage standard. In 1949 Michael left the company and Hull chose the name for the company as it is today Ampeg. He gained six US patents for amplifiers. The most notable Ampeg equipment is the SVT series (Super Valve Technology); it’s been in production since 1969 and has up to 300 watts of power.
Ampeg do of course have more to offer than the classical SVT/8x10” configuration. interestingly the transistor amps achieve the same impressive mid range sound characteristics.
Bass Cabinet · Ampeg Classic SVT-810E
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