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What Makes Boom Bass Cabinets Different From Other Bass Cabs?

Yes, there are a lot of bass cabs out there… what makes Boom Bass Cabinets different and something to consider?

The BBC Tanks range from 1200 to 1600 max watts at 4ohms loaded with a front firing 10” or 12” neodymium driver and a 12” or 15” neodymium woofer firing in a downward position along with a 300-watt horn.

Tilt-Back Baffle & 180 Degree sound Dispersion

The BBC cabinets also feature a tilt back front baffle which allows sound to travel at a slight upward angle, perfect for the times when you have to stand close to or right over the cabinet.

The BBC Tanks are also designed with “sound ports” in the lower front and both sides, allowing for a 180-degree sound spectrum.

Retractable Handle & Recessed Wheels

The BBC Tanks all come with a retractable handle and rear recessed corner casters for easy mobility. Perfect for the working musician.

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  1. Brian Templeton

    January 12, 2022 at 9:32 pm

    I’ve been an owner of a Matrix 1015, and it is hands down the best cab I’ve played through …AND transported. It’s light (56#), on wheels, and kicks the ass of any 4×10/1×15 or 8×10 I’ve played previously. Clear, tight B string tones, and punchy as hell mids, and crisp highs. Additionally, the slant back face is super cool, because I can hear myself right in front. Life Changing. Period.

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