Orange OBC410 - 4x10" 600-Watt Bass Cabinet w/Horn
This ultra tough bass cabinet by Orange is made from 13-ply, high density 18mm birch plywood, with tough skids on the base of the cabinet for enhanced stage protection. The skids also secure the enclosure to the floor, increasing bass response. Internally, the cabinet is acoustically compartmented for strength and anti-vibration.
The OBC410 features a high-powered Eminence APT80 horn with switchable high, low and off options. This cabinet also comes with (4) Eminence Beta 10A speakers. Expect a highly focused sound with tons of great low-end and middle range shining through.
- Orange OBC410 - 4x10" 600-Watt Bass Cabinet w/Horn
- Orange/Black Finish
- 18mm High Density Birch Ply
- (2) Parallel ¼” & Speakon Input Jacks
- Skin Design Feet
- Horn Attenuator
- 600 Watts
- (4) Eminence Beta 10A Speakers
- (1) Eminence APT80 Horn
8 Ohm Impedance
- 24.41 x 25.2 x 18.11″
- Authorized Orange Dealer
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