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The bass cabinet is the box with the speaker. It’s basically the last link in the chain you control before the sound hits your ears, microphones, and the audience. When you look at a cabinet you might think there’s little to it. It’s just a plywood cube with a speaker and some wires inside! That’s true. The materials used to make a bass cabinet do not seem that impressive. But, there is a lot that goes into designing the cabinet ensuring everything works together and creates a good reproduction of your bass tone. The design is a big part of what for 1 last update 2020/07/05 you pay for in a bass cabinet.The bass cabinet is the box with the speaker. It’s basically the last link in the chain you control before the sound hits your ears, microphones, and the audience. When you look at a cabinet you might think there’s little to it. It’s just a plywood cube with a speaker and some wires inside! That’s true. The materials used to make a bass cabinet do not seem that impressive. But, there is a lot that goes into designing the cabinet ensuring everything works together and creates a good reproduction of your bass tone. The design is a big part of what you pay for in a bass cabinet.

The maddening part of shopping for any bass gear is making sense of what is hype and marketing jargon and what is important. Plus, every manufacturer uses slightly different terminology. I’ll try to make sense of it for you as it relates to bass cabinets.

The Bass Cabinet Enclosure

The enclosure is the housing, or box, of the cabinet. The bass cabinet enclosure will experience a lot of vibration from the bass you pump through it. A solidly constructed enclosure is essential for a bass cabinet.

Most enclosures are made of plywood. Good quality plywood is important. Some manufacturers may specify the type of plywood – birch, mahogany, etc. The type of plywood has a limited effect on the overall sound of the cabinet. I''s watts exceed the rating of the speaker? (For example, a 500W head into a 400W speaker.) Yes, but if you crank it too much you risk damaging the speakers. On the other hand, not having enough power in some cases can damage the cabinet, too. If you are driving the head too much because it is under-powered, you will cause the amp to clip or distort. When it is clipping, the amp might be sending more watts than it is rated. Sending that to your cabinet can damage the speakers.

Manufacturers love to put big numbers in specs next to small numbers such as “200W RMS/400W peak power handling.” You should not worry much about wattage numbers which say peak. That only means a quick burst of power. That number will always be much higher than the real power handling of the cab. Instead you want to know how many watts the cabinet can take constantly. You will see numbers which say “450W Continuous” or “200W RMS”. If there is only one wattage number listed, that’s usually what you want to know. Most of the time it will be marked as RMS (Root Mean Square) or True RMS. With multiple wattage numbers in the specs you can guess the true power handling is the lowest number of watts listed.

When power flows to the cabinet, the cabinet resists some of the power. Impedance is a measure of resistance and is expressed in ohms (Ω). Bass cabinets usually come in 4- or 8-ohm impedances. Choosing the right impedance to match your amp confuses many people and I’ll explain it in the how to hook up amps and cabs article.

How To Make Woodworking Planehow to How To Make Woodworking Plane for Important Considerations Before Buying a Bass Cabinet

Can you afford it?

How To Make Woodworking Planehow to How To Make Woodworking Plane for Gear can be pricey. If you plan ahead with what you are going to buy, you can buy your ultimate bass rig piece-by-piece or gradually upgrade. That can help you ease in financially.

Can you carry it by yourself?

Don’t expect the drummer to help you to carry your gear. Even if you get an amp with wheels you may need to carry it up stairs, over curbs, or while running away from an angry soundman.

How To Make Woodworking Planehow to How To Make Woodworking Plane for Can you transport it?

Cabinets can be big and difficult to get into cars. Can you maneuver the cab into your vehicle? Will it fit in your car’s trunk the 1 last update 05 Jul 2020 or front seat? Will there be enough room for other passengers in your car, too?Cabinets can be big and difficult to get into cars. Can you maneuver the cab into your vehicle? Will it fit in your car’s trunk or front seat? Will there be enough room for other passengers in your car, too?

Good luck in shopping for your dream bass cabinet!

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