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Hartke Hydrive 112 HD cabs x 2 SOLD
£300
Bristol

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2 x Hartke Hydrive 112 HD cabs. For sale. Only selling as ive just bought a Barefaced Super 12T and can't keep them all.

Pretty much mint condition. I've used them at about 3 rehearsals and I think the guy I bought them from had gigged them once. I don't think they've ever been pushed hard. 

Switchable between 4 and 8 ohm and come with unpadded vinyl covers.

Looking for £175 each or £300 for both.

Socially distanced trials welcome at downend in Bristol. Collection preferred but will post at buyers cost and risk. 

No trades thanks.

Features:

  • Manufacturer: Hartke
  • Series: HyDrive
  • Capacity: from 200 Watt
  • Capacity (Watt): 300
  • Impedance (Ohm): 4, 8
  • Number of Speakers: 1
  • Speaker Manufacturer: Hartke
  • Speakers: 12" HyDrive Papier/Aluminium
  • Tweeter: Yes
  • Bass Reflex System: Yes
  • Number of inputs: 4
  • Input: Speakon + jack
  • Wheels: No
  • Tilt-back design: No
  • Width (mm): 483
  • Height (mm): 406
  • Length (mm): 381
  • Weight (kg): 15.4

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How sensible is that?  Switchable ohmage. First time I ever seen that, but it makes SO much sense for someone configuring their rig. Why should I lose a third my head's wattage because I want/ can only afford to run a single cab.  

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