Professional performance and ample power were two critical considerations that heavily factored into the design of the HX410. The need for contemporary bassists to reach high volume levels with seamless performance is a common demand these days, but being able to do so with a durable, portable cabinet that only weighs 68 pounds is practically unheard of. This is where the HX410 bass cabinet comes in. >More
The Hartke HX112 is a specially tuned, ported bass cabinet that employs a single 12-inch 300 watt HyDrive aluminum hybrid cone driver. And to make the HX112 more accommodating for a variety of settings and playing styles, the speaker has been engineered as a dual impedance driver, allowing you to switch between 4 and 8 ohm impedances for additional flexibility. >More
A revolutionary speaker like HyDrive warrants a cabinet design that properly transfers it sound, which is why we took almost as much time developing an appropriate cabinet as we did engineering the speakers themselves. The ported cabinet featured on the HX115 was specifically engineered to extend low frequencies and provide better bass projection, so you can be sure that the power and tone of your HyDrive speaker are dispersed with great precision and articulation. >More
The XL Series provides the highest performance at every level. Each cabinet is carefully calibrated and tuned to give you a smooth, balanced response along with an articulate, high-impact attack. The 410XL features 4x10 in. aluminum drivers with a total output of 400 watts at 8 ohms. >More
The XL Series provides the highest performance at every level. >More
Hartke has been redefining the sound of bass guitar since the early 1980's. Their revolutionary aluminum-cone bass drivers and breakthrough cabinet designs were the first to combine an open-ended, articulate response with a fast attack and punchy bottom end. >More
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