Peavey headliner 210 bass cab for sale. Very good cab especially for the money and in very good condition. 400 watts at 8 ohm.
I bought this as a stop gap while looking for a barefaced cab which I have now bought and this now needs a new home.
Any trials welcome in Downend in Bristol. Price is firm and cash on collection massively preferred due to weight and the fact I'll need to find a box big enough to post. Any questions please let me know.
Part of my Retirement Sale - Please see other items
If you are looking at this then you probably know exactly what it is and what it is capable of. If you have any questions re power, dimensions, weight etc then please give me a call.
2x10 Traveller with Padded Roqsolid Cover in VGC
1x15 Traveller with Padded Roqsolid Cover in VGC
SWR SM900 Amp see details below
Here's more details from SWR;
The SM-900 is truly the “State of SWR’s Art” in bass amplification electronics. The SM-900 is only
slightly deeper and heavier than the SM-500, yet delivers twice the power and includes new fea-
tures such as our very flexible tone section. Along with shelving-type Bass and Treble controls, the
equalization section consists of two independent 3-band semi-parametric EQs. This provides the
user with two analog presets via a silent footswitch, or three presets (EQ 1, EQ 2, or EQ 1+2)
using the manual slide switch located on the front panel. You can now go from a solid groove
sound to soloing with just the tap of your foot. Several suggested EQ settings are included in the
tone section of this manual.
The SM-900 also boasts a studio-oriented “side chain” effects loop allowing the user the diversity
of an effects unit while maintaining the constant clarity and natural tone of the instrument. SWR’s
exclusive “To Tuner” jack is also on a side chain. Remember when you had to unplug your bass
from your amp and hook into your tuner and frantically tune up between songs? Or patch the tuner between your instrument and amp, thus degrading sound quality? Those times are history.
Add to the above both stereo and mono effects loops, stereo/mono operation of the power amps,
biamp capabilities, up to 900 watts RMS of power, an extremely quiet preamp, a “non-pumping”
limiter, complete recording ability, and SWR’s proven reliability and sound quality, and you have what we feel is the best bass amplifier made anywhere in the world.
Every Professional Series product from SWR Sound Corporation is manufactured and hand-built in
Sun Valley, California, USA.
Note: All measurements were taken with a line voltage of 120VAC. All noise specifications are
“unweighted.” All voltages and watts are “RMS.”
Stereo Mode (per side)
400 watts @ 4 Ohms
240 watts @ 8 Ohms
144 watts @ 16 ohms
(minimum load = 2 Ohms)
FREQUENCY RESPONSE (power amplifiers): –3dB @ 20 Hz and 40kHz
SENSITIVITY (full output, 8 ohm load, 100 Hz):
Passive Input Jack: 50 millivolts
Active Input Jack: 200 millivolts
Power Amplifier (Effects Return Jack “in”): 1.6 volts
Passive/Active Input: 800kohms
Active Input: 60kohms
Effects Return: 27kohms
Effects Send: 100 ohms
Tuner Send: 100 ohms
XLR Balanced Out: 750 ohms
Crossover High and Low Outs: 100 ohms
SIGNAL TO NOISE RATIO: –75 dB (< 8 millivolts typical)
EQUIVALENT INPUT NOISE: 8.9 microvolts
DISTORTION: Power Amplifiers (Effects Return jack “in”): 0.03% THD I.M. Distortion: 0.06 %
System Distortion (gain & master volume full, Aural Enhancer at min., tone controls flat): 0.4 %
Comes with foot switch, manual, brochure, cleaning cloth and registration card. Also included is the power converter. (Yellow brick style)
See pics, the Traveller cabs are those with the covers piped in Yellow
Collect only, try and test
I am looking for an advice or an opinion and hear about experience of 1x12 cabs.
I have been gigging Bergantino AE212 for few years in a covers/function band. I am hoping to find few different musical projects in the new year but feel it’s a bit of an overkill to drag that cab around for either jams or small gigs.
So I was hoping to find a light weight 1x12 to have around for these. I usually just stick to what I know so I would be looking at Bergantino again AE, CN or HDN. I have Mesa D800 and really like it so I was even thinking about the light weight cabs from them.
So my question is, is there much difference between these three Berg cabs and if so should I be looking for any in particular? How do the Mesa cabs compare? And finally should I possibly get rid of the 212 and have two separate cabs so I can scale up or down as is needed?
I see that Mesa has the 112 and 115 often paired up. Should that be a consideration instead?
I am selling my Bergantino AE210 bass cab. It is absolutely amazing and I would really rather not sell it. I am not gigging at the moment so it is just gathering dust.
Revised for 2011 the new vertically oriented AE210 now has a smoother mid-range response that before, and has a surprisingly big sound which is in part due to the large rear porting. Like all Bergantino cabinets, the sound is well balanced and clear across the frequency range. The highs are clear and transparent but never course, the mids are present and punchy but not overpowering, and the the lows are full but not boomy. A punchy yet warm cab with surprising output.
Model AE210 specifications:
•2 x 10" Custom Neodymium Driver with 7oz magnet and vented pole pieces
•high intelligibility 1" tweeter
•custom phase - coherent crossover with tweeter level control
•power handling - 400 watts rms
•frequency response:40Hz - 15kHz
•sensitivity: 100db • 1 watt/1 meter
•2 x 1/4" and 2 x neutrik connectors
•impedance: 8 ohms
•dimensions: 22 3/4" W x 18" H x 12 1/2" D
•55.9cm x 45.7cm x 31.75cm
•weight: 40lbs/18 Kgs
•Padded/fitted cover £60
•Delivery to Mainland UK - £10
•Delivery to Mainland EU from £30
•Please call or email the shop to buy this cabinet
•This cab works well with high power amplifiers from 400 - 800w at 8Ω
I am in Exeter, Devon. Any tryout is welcome.
SOLD It comes with the genuine Bergantino cover.