The AK Series AK115 400W 8ohm 1x15" Paper Cone Bass Speaker Cabinet revisits the traditional paper cone driver as part of the AK series of bass cabinets. These cabs offer exceptionally warm tone, natu... Read More
The AK Series AK115 400W 8ohm 1x15" Paper Cone Bass Speaker Cabinet revisits the traditional paper cone driver as part of the AK series of bass cabinets. These cabs offer exceptionally warm tone, natural coloration and awesome power thanks to their custom crafted paper cone drivers and specially tuned enclosures.
Hartke is known for innovation and tone, so they added the Hartke touch to the classic paper cone driver to keep their line of cabinets as diverse and widely appealing as possible. They designed the new AK series to deliver awesome power and terrific tone for all those paper cone loyalists. AKs are killer cabinets that give you a classic rock tone that you can rely on night after night.
The AK115 houses one 15-inch 400 watt paper cone driver to ensure those deep low frequencies push through with power and clarity. For enhanced performance on the top end, the AK115 also employs a 1-inch titanium compression driver, effectively rounding out the full range of tonal dimensions that can be produced by the bass guitar. The cabinet also provides both parallel Speakon and 1/4-inch inputs for true connecting convenience.
The AK115 has the perfect enclosure to aid in proper dispersion and complement the sound of its speakers. Its specially tuned, ported cabinet design was specifically engineered to extend low frequencies and provide better bass projection, ensuring all the power and tone of the paper drivers is dispersed with great precision and articulation. Plus, with its rugged construction and removable casters, the AK115 is built tough and ready for the road.
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