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NOW SOLD - Bergantino NV412 w/padded cover NOW £600 (Inc. Courier)
Allerton, Bradford

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For sale due to new endorsement deal, will courier via UPS (included in price) 

A cab that needs no introduction in this forum, good condition throughout with a couple of scuffs here and there, but no torn tolex, looks smart. 

Grab this legendary cab for a great deal, and delivered to your door. 

The NV412 is an exciting new addition to the Bergantino NV range. With their classic "Old School" tones in a superb high end modern sealed cabinet design with state of the art speakers and construction. This new cabinet has less high mid than the 610 but more low mid bass push. The high end is smooth and defined and the mids come through with ease. The low end is powerful yet controlled, even at very high volumes, which is part due to the sealed cabinet design. With the great combination of speed, weight and classic warmth, this is fast becoming another "must have cab" from Bergantino! This cab loves power and will thrive with large S/S or tube amps of 1000w +.


Bergantino NV412 specifications:
  1. 4 x 12" woofers with vented pole pieces

  2. power handling - 800 watts rms

  3. frequency response: 45hz - 4.5khz

  4. 2 x 1/4" and 2 x neutrik connectors

  5. sensitivity: 103db 1watt/1metre

  6. impedance: 4 ohms

  7. dimensions: 36"H x 24"W x 15"D

  8. dimensions: 91.44cm x 61cm x 39.4cm

  9. weight: 108lbs/49Kgs

  10. tilt-back casters










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😳 I bet that kicks butt!!  My 212 is killer, that’s a house shaker for sure! 

Good luck with the sale. 

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Now THAT is bargain. I used to have a 6x10. They are remarkably easy to move around considering what they deliver. And they deliver everything you would imagine.

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