- Wide frequency response of 58 Hz to 5 KHz at -3 d B - 2 x 400 watts of handling for stereo; 800 watts for mono - Nominal impedance of 2 x 8 ohms for stereo, 4 ohms for mono - Tilt back handle bar and protective skid rails for easy transport - Maximum SPL of 130 d B - Each magnet weighs in at 30 ounces - Built with Baltic birch plywood - Dual Neutrik Speakon and 1/4" input/output jacks - Sensitivity of 100 d B - Usable low frequency of 40 Hz at -10 d B - Weighs in at 165 pounds - Dimensions: 48 in. 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.All enclosures feature dual Neutrik Speak-On and 1/4" input/output jacks.The Ampeg SVT810E is the speaker enclosure people mean when they say SVT speaker cabinet. Other than the color scheme, it is identical to the original SVT-810.
The preamp stage, power section, and even rocker switches emulate the exact signal path, tone, and vibe of the original ...Weighing in at 165 pounds, this beastly cab is built like a tree trunk, but that doesn't mean it has to be immobile like one.Your SVT-810E bass cab comes with a tilt-back handle bar and protective skid rails for easy transport.I drove myself crazy with the Heritage vs Classic question. I took my box, covered in a layer of really nice black duct tape and made my own cover..30 bucks.... plus all the gig bags get stowed in it while at the gig.I bought the Classic because 300 bucks is 300 bucks.. Can't wait to get my accord station wagon up and running to make transport even easier..... I've only played my SVT-CL head out of Ampeg cabs, and the 8x10 is simply the best match for the amp.