Marshall MR1936V

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Cabinet

  • New vintage series
  • 2x 12 "
  • 2x 70 Watt mono / stereo 2x16 OHM or 1 x 8 OHM
  • Celestion / Marshall vintage speaker
  • Dimensions: 750 x 600 x 310 mm
  • Weight: 24.6 kg
  • Speaker cable
Available since March 2007
Item number 108988
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Max. Load 140 W
Impedance 8, 16
Stereo Yes
Weight 24,6 kg
£489
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yes, it is worth
kutaycan 15.05.2021
i bought this cab at the beginning of 2020 and now it has been more than a year. i am using it under my marshall jvm 410h. home user.
before this one i was using a Fame 2x12 v30 cab and i was thinking it was equivalent to every standard v30 cab. after this one came i couldnt believe my ears. marshall cab was clearer on both hi and low ends. i compared the 1936v vs Fame cab under other amp heads but no they were definitely not sounding same, then i planned to move celestion v30 speakers in my old Fame cab to restore another old marshall cabinet and i gave up for selling it because i think marshall is using a different type of v30s produced specially for them by celestion, as written on speakers. also 1936v sounds different than mesa 2x12 cabs, which also use a special produced celestion v30.
i love this cab because it is enough for everything and more controllable - less loud than 4x12 1960v. i heard many other brands v30 cabs but not clear and versatile as this cab. also i tried it with my other amps mesa boogie mark v 90c and orange tiny terror 15. always sounding better against ordinary v30s.
my only concern was, it came with some loose speaker screws and while i was screwing them back , i tried so hard and i bent one of the speakers metal frame. i read bad things about bent speaker frames
but i dont think that it changed the sound on my case and it still sounds good.
it is heavier and bigger than its rivals. not easy for gigging around. for this reason i am planning to buy a smaller 1x12 for my tiny terror 15 amp but also concerning changing the tiny terror with a same size more versatile amp for using and carrying with this 1936v cab.
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Simon249 14.05.2013
I have bought two of these. The Vintage speakers are excellent and give a good warm tone. My only minor criticism is that if you try to stack them, they are not very stable.
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Luka1966 15.06.2023
After a long time, and my former box 1960A, I'm back on Marshall. It was difficult to decide by looking at Youtube reviews and find a relevant one among them, to find the best 2x12 box for my Marshall JVM 210H. And that's it! Compact, easy to carry and with a full sound that does not lack bass and treble. Believe me, you will feel the kick of these vintage speakers. It has enough power for a big stage, I used it there and at home. What is important - although in home mode, with the master volume at barely 2 and the channel volume at the same level (on a 100w amplifier), you have as good a Marshall hard rock sound on the Humbacker's as on stage. No need for drive pedals. Great for practicing, great for the ear :) Great box.
Thomann is always a great choice, but I have a complaint, unlike the previous Fender De Ville purchase, this box came in its original Marshall cardboard box, without an outer cardboard box to protect it during transport. And so the cardboard box arrived in Croatia damaged, with a hole in the front part, on the left next to the mark 1936V and four symmetrical small holes on the back. Fortunately and by sheer chance, there was no damage to the 2x12 box itself. I don't know why Thomann changed the way of sending and protecting the shipment, and as I read in the comments- only for countries outside Germany?
Anyway, I was lucky enough not to have to return the shipment and wait for a new one. Finally, the conclusion, a very, very good 2x12 box, maybe the best if you compare the price and characteristics with similar ones on the market. 1960 is great, but there's really no need for something that big unless you're constantly playing arenas and stadiums :)
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Clear Vintage style
Aymoono 08.09.2019
Love the sound of the cabinet
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