The The Hartke VX115 Bass Guitar Speaker Cabinet was designed for bassists who demand excellent tone but prefer traditional cone drivers.
HARTKE VX Series Bass Cabinets
feature proprietary Hartke paper cone bass drivers with specially treated cones, reinforced fabric surrounds, a low moving mass design for maximum output and headroom, and heavy steel frames. VX cabinets are constructed of heavy-duty plywood with tour-tough recessed handles and feature a specially designed horn loaded high frequency transducer. Dual 1/4-inch inputs. The VX115 handles 300 watts RMS and has a 1x15-inch driver with a HF driver.
Hartke VX115 Features and Specs
- Heavy-duty plywood construction
- One 15 inch proprietary driver
- One horn loaded high frequency transducer
- Power Handling: 300 Watts @ 8 Ohms
- Ergonomic handles
- Parallel 1/4 inch Inputs
Using Heavy-duty plywood construction, the rugged carpet covered cabinet has strong protective corners, ergonomic handles and a recessed jack cup protecting its two 1/4 inch inputs.
Hartke VX Series
The new VX Series bass reflex cabinets were designed for bassists who demand excellent tone but prefer traditional paper cone drivers. These warm, punchy enclosures feature proprietary drivers with specially treated cones, impregnated fabric surrounds, matched convex dust caps all mounted in heavy steel frames. The high efficiency low moving mass design allows for maximum output and plenty of headroom throughout the full range of the driver. Rounding out the tone, each cabinet has a proprietary design horn loaded high frequency transducer.
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. Equipped with custom Hartke XL aluminum-cone drivers for maximum response, the XL Series also features high-quality 3/4 inch + 5/8 inch composite plywood construction and a shockproof metal grille. These high-quality cabinets come equipped with a rugged, road-tough covering, interlocking stacking corners and recessed input jacks to safeguard critical cable connections.