Laney LFR-112 FRFR Active Cab

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Powered Speakers

  • Acrtive full range - flat response (FRFR) speaker box
  • For guitarists who use digital modellers but prefer the traditional look of a guitar box
  • Crystal clear audio playback
  • Kick-Back stand for direct radiation
  • DI output with 1x 12"and 4x 12" speaker simulation
  • Switchable front lighting
  • Power: 200 W
  • Equipped with: 12" FRFR speaker & 1" La Voce compression driver tweeter (adjustable)
  • Cabinet construction: bass reflex
  • Controls: Level - HF-TRIM
  • Switches: cabinet emulation - FRFR - 1x 12 - 4x 12 - front baffle illumination on / off - Ground Lift - Power
  • Effects: speaker simulation
  • Connections: input (XLR / jack combo plug) - link out (6.3 mm jack) - AUX input (3.5 mm stereo mini jack) - DI output (XLR)
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 575 x 355 x 420 mm
  • Weight: 19.5 kg
Max. Load 200 W
Weight 19,5 kg
available since June 2018
Item number 439570
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Speaker size 1x 12"
£325
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Great Sounding FRFR With Guitar Cab Feel
Steve UK 06.11.2019
I was looking to buy a FRFR cab to use live with my Boss GT-1000.

The performance of this cab was excellent. It had plenty of power to be heard at stage levels with my funk band. I did hower decide to return it to Thomann under the 30 days cashback and buy the more expensive Tech 21 Power Engine Deuce Deluxe (PEDD).

My reason for making this choice is that there are very slight quality control finish issues with the cab. The Laney badge on the front of the speaker cloth was not fitted quite level. Not the best advert for your product! Some of the screws that fixed the corner edge protectors were very slightly chewed up as if they were screwed in with the wrong size screwdriver or more likely fixed without care and attention in the factory when assembled. The tolex was not fitted as well as it could be around one of the top grab handles. The tilt mechanism underneath the speaker would hang down when not in use and so tended get caught when it was lifted and manouvered.

These points are all very minimal and some people may think I'm over critical but it did not instill belief in me of total quality control in the product.

There was very little difference sound wise between the Laney LFR-112 and the Tech 21 PEDD and was happy to play through either cab.

I decided to opt for the Tech 21 even though it was almost a £100 more expensive because the Tech 21 PEDD was perfectly finished, the controls on the top panel were more convenient to use and it is around 6KG lighter too.
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Speaker is OK but
Sascha44 31.03.2021
I had to dock points because there is no Laney customer support. I've been trying to reach any kind of support to clarify how certain features work but I've given up after weeks of this fool's errand. Therefore I rate those features as non-existant. Like the switchable cab emulation. No documentation tells me what it can be used for and what it actually does and as there's no support it's as if that feature doesn't exist.

Ignoring these features the cab is OK but a word of warning: this thing really is LOUD and the volume control on it doesn't influence AUX in - so if you use your phone to play music through it make sure the phone's volume setting is on low, else your whole block will listen to it with you.

Build quality is decent and the cab is sturdy. Sound quality is OK but I can't say anything about how it sounds beyond bedroom levels. That being said it's hard to not go beyond bedroom levels so buyers beware. It can be used for bedroom practice but it's not the best option for that.
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Bassy and muddy
Dirtyfinger 10.05.2021
Bought it for my Kemper.
Sound is waaay to bassy and it is short on treble / presence side.
EQing profiles or output section can reduce boominess to certain degree, but is still sounded muddy no matter what I did.
IMHO, it is far from FRFR.

AUX in for music playback is a nice feature, but it only confirms stated above, as music playback is very bassy and muddy.

On a first glance, one might be deceived and perceive it as a powerful sound, but it is not giving actual sound representation out.
Too bad, because it would be one hell of a product otherwise...

Kemper Kabinet or Kone gives much better results.
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Happy with that boy.
Unknownartıst 13.05.2021
Professional musician since 12 year. I am using it in stages.

And sound so good. Clear huge sound. Cabinet emulations
coming perfect to ear. Lights make it looks cool.

Pros:
Looks like real guitar amp. Led lights is awesome. Sound is guaranteed under Laney. no doubt about sound. For me the best p/f frfr. I saw other comments say not quality but to me, it s okay. feel cool.

cons: little heavy,

I recommend it to all musicians looking for good quality at an affordable price.
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