Author Topic: TN410 vs. D410 XLT  (Read 553 times)

Offline jcadmus

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TN410 vs. D410 XLT
« on: February 06, 2019, 12:28:16 PM »
Anyone done a side-by-side comparison of these two cabs? I love my XLT, but at close to 100 pounds I think this thing is trying to kill me.

The TN cab shaves nearly 30 pounds off that -- might make load-in and load-out much easier.
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'76 Fender Jazz Bass, Pedulla Rapture J2-5, Music Man Stingray 5, Eden World Tour 550, Eden Terra Nova 501, Eden D210XST, Eden D410XLT, Eden D210XLT, DBX 160XT compressor, Furman power conditioners.

Offline TobiasMan

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Re: TN410 vs. D410 XLT
« Reply #1 on: February 06, 2019, 12:33:29 PM »
I love my D series cabs.  They are paid for. 


I'm not ready to pay more for cabs that may not match my D cabs performance and tone to save 30 lbs. 


"If" I have to move my cabs (410XST & 410XLT) I use a dolly.  ;)


PS: they are also considerably lower sensitivity than the D cabs, so will require quite a bit more power to reach the same volume level.
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Offline jcadmus

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Re: TN410 vs. D410 XLT
« Reply #2 on: February 06, 2019, 12:39:28 PM »
I get it, man -- wheels are my favorite invention. But I still have to lift my cabs into and out of the car, and up onto the stage.

Not ready to pull the handle on a new cab either, but was curious if anyone had A/B'd these two cabs.
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'76 Fender Jazz Bass, Pedulla Rapture J2-5, Music Man Stingray 5, Eden World Tour 550, Eden Terra Nova 501, Eden D210XST, Eden D410XLT, Eden D210XLT, DBX 160XT compressor, Furman power conditioners.

Offline TobiasMan

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Re: TN410 vs. D410 XLT
« Reply #3 on: February 06, 2019, 06:34:18 PM »
The only Eden cab I've seen lately, except mine, is an old, and rather ratty, well-worn looking 410XLT at a local music store.


Don't know anywhere that one could check out a TN410.
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NXT5 EUB, MTD 535 Fretless, Tobias Killer B-6, 72 Fender Precision
WTX1000N, WP100 Navigator, QSC PL230, WT500, WTDI, Fender Bassman 10
410XLT, 410XST, Generic bin with 2 15" EVs