Blackstar HTV-412A Speaker CabinetStock code: 68545
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- 320-watt guitar amplifier cabinet with four 12-inch Celestion Seventy 80 speakers
- 4 or 16 ohm Mono / 2x8 ohm Stereo
- Rugged construction
The Blackstar HTV-412 4x12" is a high quality 4x12" open back speaker cabinet, loaded with four Celestion Seventy 80 12" speakers, suitable any amplifier head. The Blackstar HTV 412 Speaker Cab offers you with plenty of versatility, whether you're playing funk or metal, or you're in the studio, or live on stage.
The Blackstar HTV-412 4x12" is voiced to suit the Blackstar HT range of amplifiers, though you can of course use any impedance matched amplifier with this. Everything about these cabinets is built to last, from the heavy duty wiring to the finger jointed cabinet. The four Celestion Seventy 80 produce 320-watts of power and are a detailed and crispy speaker, with a tight bottom end and aggressive mid-range that will suit every rock style.
The Blackstar HTV 412 Open Back Speaker Cab is an all-round fantastic performer that suits nearly all environments, but excels as a touring cab. The Blackstar HTV-412 Cab uses an incredibly rugged construction that is guaranteed to survive a harsh life on the road, and perform consistently each and every time.
If you're looking to buy a speaker cabinet that you're sure will suit your needs of; great versatility, high power, and rugged construction, then look no further than the Blackstar HTV-412 Speaker Cabinet.
|Model||HTV-412A Speaker Cabinet|
|Dimensions (H x W x D)||755 x 762 x 358 mm|
|Type of Amp||Extension Speaker Cabinet|
|Impedance||16 Ohms or 2 x 8 Ohms|
|Speaker Size||4 x 12"|
|Speakers||4 x 12” Celestion|
|Style||Cool vintage styling|
Posted on 13/09/2014 by Nezz
Personally I like the Seventy/80's better than the V30's as I find the latter to harsh in the high range, so this was an instant match for me. It has outstanding midrange, good bass and mellow high frequency response. It's a really good product, as it has excellent sound and build (I have another 30kg stack on it besides the head, and I have had no problems!). I'd say that it's quite underrated. If you are considering it, go for it. Cheers.
Posted on 12/06/2012 by James
I tried many amp cabs after I purchased my head, as I wanted the perfect cabinet. I was sceptical about the HTV-412A because id never played Blackstar and this was one of the cheaper cabinets on the market.
After trying this cab I was very impressed, strong build and great sound quality. I’d recommend this product even if you weren't on a budget, nice mid range and bass response.
If you want a cab, seriously consider this one.