Discussion in 'Discussion' started by Dagwin, Apr 25, 2018.
Just a reminder that you an use the FX returns in AUX IN mode for this purpose.
True! Thank you for reminding me
Have seen this before but completely forgot about it...
Just tested it with my smartphone, the F12-X200 performs superb with music+guitar
gotta go to look out
Last week took it to rehersal, it wasn't so good...
At high volume, it sounds "boxy" compared to my cabinet. As if the speaker is put in a box, don't know how else to describe it.
Band members were not impressed and asked me to bring my cabinet again next rehearsal.
I guess I wanted to like it more than I should because of all the effort and money put into it.
It's still a great speaker and certainly usable as FRFR, but might have to put it in a bigger cabinet.
At this point however, I'm done experimenting.
Will probably keep it for home so I can leave my cabinet at our rehearsal place.
Thanks for the update.
Is it in a closed back cab? What amp? I have one in an open back 1x12 and it sounds great loud, as long as I have enough juice powering it.
Keep in mind that it is not anywhere near as efficient as a standard guitar speaker, so you will need significantly more juice from the power amp to drive it at louder volumes. Even then, since a single speaker is only rated to handle 200w, you may need multiples depending on your definition of loud.
It's in a ported cabinet: https://www.lean-business.co.uk/esh...front-ported-guitar-cabinet-empty-p-2957.html
I also tried it in an open back 1x12 cabinet, same result. "Boxy" sound.
Could probably be improved with equalizing, but I don't know too much about that....
The quest continues...
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