Lightweight 410 bass cab, quite nice finish and details, looks sturdy. Handles, connectors, front cover, corners are good quality. Speakers looks well, screws are solid, cabinet has reinforcement inside, tolex is well glued. Nothing to complain about in this price range.
Cabinet can play quite loud, it lacks the lowest end (as declared in description, frequency response from 60Hz), but is rather fast. Mids sounds OK, I would say vintage (paper cone always nice), good companion for Precision. I were disappointed with highs, tweeter is the weakest element of the product.
High frequencies are quiet (there is no spark at all), and I have a feeling that you can push it to the limits quite easily. Not good companion for hi-fi style bass guitars (music man + precision, active) when you like to hear all the details of top end. I'm not a slap guy, but I feel that's not the cab for slap.
Disabling tweeter, going with just 4x10 gives that vintage bass tone that bring me some fun. I've also connected the cab with my 115 (Trace), and that comes with power and a bit more of low end (Trace is not a "very low endish master").
So, good product for the price, but not my type of sound - lack of lowest end and that sparkling highs. I've returned the cab to Thomann.
- the price,
- overall nice built quality,
- vintage sound, can be liked,
- limited frequency response on both ends.
The cab was compared with hi-fi Peavey TVX 210 and mix of Trace (2103x + 1153).