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Probably the best little woofer ever? It' s a collection of our recent small cabins with the greatest songs - the beat of the Midget, the effectiveness and volume of the Compact, the floor, the dispersiveness and clearness of the Big Baby T. It's tough not to like a cabinet strong enough to beat and rumble through a louder skirt act, but small and lightweight enough never to be left behind no matter how tough the trip or brief the kit is.
Unbelievably even distribution, so that it always sound the same and the room acoustic is still so poor. Every woofer who REALLY wants to really listen to his real sound - the nature of his woofer and amplifier and exactly what he does with his hand. Bassplayers who enjoy the clearness and the punch of a big tweeter but are disappointed how much volume they can produce.
Anybody who uses a good 2x12" or 4x10" but wants lower, clean bass and more precise mid range and highs without losing volume. Gamers who have been enjoying the advantages of a good 18 " bottom-bottom biamped rig and want a similar deepness in depths with a more uniform sound.
What other barefaced cabins should you consider? The Big Twin 2 (or two Big Baby 2s) is the best choice if you want to hear extra loudness or if your amplifier isn't very strong. Of course, if it' s really important to have the right proportions, then the Super Midget has a lot of the power in a smaller pack. What is the reason for upgrading from previous models?
When you like your Big Baby (T), but want a cabin with an even more harmonious, clean, punchy, loud and loud audio - and that with less height and less mass. When you have a Compact (15") and want deep bass, more punch y mid-range, much more height clearness and better dispersions. When you want to experience the full range of a Midget T+Compact (12"+15") and want to, but even more cleanly from a common cabin.
So if you want to see how to perform similarly, check one of our 12" s with TWO of the 12" s from someone else. Combining the very high sensibility of a pro-audio midrange woofer, the very high displacement of a pro-audio sub-woofer, and a responsive waveform optimized for great on-axis and off-axis sounds with low-frequency guitars, the 12XN550's radically new styling is a world first.
Solid edition AND fantastic sound. Barrier-free booths are ruggedly designed for performing and the third stage finishing and equipment is the product of many thoughts, experiments and feedbacks derived from the ten thousand shows our clients have performed. Barrier-free cabinet design is the culmination of our fundamental choice to use a thin-walled, highly stiffened wood ply structure in our very first design in 2008, and then 5 years of continuous development and modification to design and fine-tune this design for even better sound quality, power and endurance.
We have seen many other light cabins and have often been unfazed by their lack of rigidity and "light tone", although the market exaggeration claimed the opposite..... Your speaker is a true full-range point generator with flawless frequencies, radiation and transients. Getting the best possible result with a rider is currently (and probably always) not possible.
But the fewer parts we use to get near our best performing product, the better. Each of our 12" subwoofers can do what three 12 " standard subwoofers have to do - and the portability, responsiveness, and heat resistance to take advantage of that shift.
When there is one thing, the barefaced cabins are really really great at making big, bold, deep, noisy depths, that's our reason for being. Currently (August 2013) there are no cabins on offer that have a higher level of responsiveness than ours when compared to similar size cabinets. Transition is the capability of a loudspeaker to begin and stop exactly when the incident noise is to begin and end.
Speaking of a subwoofer with outstanding transverse behavior, it is much more lively and reactive than a subwoofer with bad transverse behavior, making it easy to grove harder as well as be listened to at the same time. It' especially important that a loudspeaker for music instruments has a good settling behaviour, because it depends on how the listener listens to himself and thus has a great influence on his playing.
Port handles all the low bass and gives the woofers an easy drive - adjust them right and use good geometries and there are no disadvantages. Set it too high or too low and the sound will not be as good and the cabin will not absorb as much current.
You make them too big and the taxi will be enormous (this rarely happens); you make them too small and they will stop working properly while you are playing loudly and kill your lower end (this is a really frequent problem).