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The Markbass Traveler 102P is one of the smallest and lightest 2x10" bass speaker cabinets on the market. Use the 102P cab in either a vertical or horizontal position. Perfect for club gigs, the Trave... Read More

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The Markbass Traveler 102P is one of the smallest and lightest 2x10" bass speaker cabinets on the market. Use the 102P cab in either a vertical or horizontal position. Perfect for club gigs, the Traveler 102P bass cabinet shines even more when added to a Traveler 151P for a punchy, full-range sound. Features B&C lightweight woofers and a piezo tweeter.

Features
  • Ultralight neodymium B&C speakers
  • Piezo tweeter
  • Great power-to-weight ratio
  • Made of high-grade, multi-ply poplar
  • Glued, screwed, and sealed internally with special compounds for maximum sound quality
  • Protected corners
  • Grille for protecting speakers
Specifications
  • Impedance: 8 or 4 ohms
  • Speaker size: 2x10"
  • Bass Port: Rear
  • Tweeter: Piezo
  • Power Handling: 400W RMS (AES Standard)
  • Crossover Frequency: 3.5kHz
  • Frequency Response: 45Hz to 18kHz
  • Sensitivity: 101dB SPL
  • Weight: 33 lb.
  • Dimensions: 23.4"W x 13"H x 17"D
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MarkbassTraveler 102P Rear-Ported Compact 2x10 Bass Speaker Cabinet
 
5.0

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5.0

Just What I Needed !

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from C.V., CA

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Pros

  • Clear Sound
  • Compact
  • Easy To Use
  • Lightweight

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Events
    • Home Studio
    • Performances

    Comments about Markbass Traveler 102P Rear-Ported Compact 2x10 Bass Speaker Cabinet:

    I had read up several articles about tone and decided a good 1x12 paired with a 2x10 was the way to go. I have been using an Emmenence Deltalite 1x12 I put in a cab I had ordered from 400 Live (30lbs) with my MarkBass 800 Tube and I have been happy with the lows but wanted more mid and punch. Look out now, I have found the articles to be right on as I can play medium venues with no house support with confidence. I have enough sound for outdoor venues as well and everybody loves it. Highly recommend MarkBass, by the way, I use a Music Man StingRay Classic 4H and have not tried any 5 or 6 strings with this rig. I guess a good 1x15 do it for sure.

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    5.0

    Great sounding lightweight cabinet!

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    from Fresno, CA

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    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Clear Sound
    • Compact
    • Lightweight
    • Rich warm tone

    Cons

    • none

    Best Uses

    • Events
    • Home Studio
    • Performances

    Comments about Markbass Traveler 102P Rear-Ported Compact 2x10 Bass Speaker Cabinet:

    Excellent tone. Won't break your back.

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    5.0

    Pure Clear Power

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    from Lakeland, FL

    Pros

    • Clear And Strong
    • Light and versitile
    • very durable and solid

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • CHURCH
      • Practice And Writing
      • Small To Moderate Venues

      Comments about Markbass Traveler 102P Rear-Ported Compact 2x10 Bass Speaker Cabinet:

      I've had a MarkBass 121P for a while now and thought I could enhance it a bit more with this 102P cab. I was a wee bit off, it enhanced my rig a great deal. It's quiet until I hit a note, then BOOM! The 121P is rated at 300W until an external cab is plugged in. Then it opens up to 500W. I have a bass tuned C#-F#-B-E-A-D. Those low strings come through clearly through this setup. That alone makes the combo and cab worth their weight in platinum. Getting this cab was a great choice for me. Someone said he had some hiss from the tweeter. Mine does not. I get no sound I don't want, but when I want sound, I can get it in great abundance. One other thing, at 33 pounds, it's a relative featherweight that delivers tons of good, rich, clear sound. I highly recommend this speaker for those who want the power without the weight that usually goes with it.

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      5.0

      <3

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      from Chattanooga, TN

      Comments about Markbass Traveler 102P Rear-Ported Compact 2x10 Bass Speaker Cabinet:

      I want a second one to stack vertically. This is part of my first rig. The piezo tweeter has a hiss but if you turn the attenuator down it goes away. (I would not advise turning it all the way down). I might actually remove the tweeter from this cabinet when the warranty expires but right now it's not bothering me in the slightest. I run a MoMark 500 Black through this cabinet, paired with a standard 151HR. I have run a Little Mark Tube (500w) for a week or two, and a MoMark 800 Black as well. All these amps sounded wonderful through this cabinet. For a time I left my 151 at my practice space and carried this cabinet home with my amp head (in a laptop case over my shoulder.) I also had a musician's gear bag on my back loaded with cables, pedals, and recording equipment. My bass in one hand and this cabinet in another. It's not the lightest thing in the world but, I have a shoulder disability and I don't mind carrying it with one hand. This cab with 300w would be fine for a gig in a small venue and a drummer with good dynamic control. Especially if you can DI into the house system. It sounds great paired with my 151HR. My bandmates love my tone. I can't compare it with much else.. it's part of my first bass rig.. I just feel like I made a decent first choice.

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      5.0

      Great cabinet

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      from Edmond, OK

      Comments about Markbass Traveler 102P Rear-Ported Compact 2x10 Bass Speaker Cabinet:

      I traded a 15" cab for this portable and powerful cab. You would not believe the clarity, the volume, and the punch you get from such light cabinet. MARKBASS is making incredible equipment for us, bass players to find our sound and express ourselves. Quality is superb! Very light, portable, but at the same time powerful. A must buy!

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      5.0

      good gear for such a small package

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      from College Station, Texas

      Comments about Markbass Traveler 102P Rear-Ported Compact 2x10 Bass Speaker Cabinet:

      I was using a 2x10 combo ampeg for the past 7 years in a weekend touring band around Texas and it was starting to fall apart. I am so glad i got this thing. it is so light. i also got a Markbass little mark tube head (500W) and they work great together. i put the head in a gator 6U shallow rack with a Furman power conditioner and a Korg DT1000 tuner and my Shure wireless. that old combo probably weighed 80 - 100 pounds. this cab is only 33 lb and my rack totals up to like 35 lb. so much easier to tote around with one in each hand.

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      5.0

      Much better!

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      from Wilmington DE

      Comments about Markbass Traveler 102P Rear-Ported Compact 2x10 Bass Speaker Cabinet:

      I've been playing through the 2 10 combo with a 1 15 cab for several years, and decided to switch it up and go with the separate head cab configuration. The cab sounds AWESOME alone or in the stack and is a breeze to move. Much smaller and lighter than the combo. I love Markbass, I played a full mesa boogie 400+ tube rig for decades and Markbass was the only lightweight alternative I could find when I wanted to downsize.

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      5.0

      Best investment ever made!!

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      from Winslow, Maine

      Comments about Markbass Traveler 102P Rear-Ported Compact 2x10 Bass Speaker Cabinet:

      As my band started to grow i was looking to add on to my stack. AT the time Markbass was just getting introduced. I plugged into it and i could'nt believe that it could produce that much sound, it was punchy and had the in your face tone I needed. Its light, small, and well made for the money you can't go wrong with this cab! Right now I have it paired up with my custom cab with a 15" 90's era Pyle sub, and As a head im using a 80's yamaha processor, and of couse this cab. I could'nt ask for a better tone im hooked on Markbass!

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      5.0

      Traveler 102p great cab

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      from Gettysburg Pa

      Comments about Markbass Traveler 102P Rear-Ported Compact 2x10 Bass Speaker Cabinet:

      I have had this cabinet for almost a year now. First of all it is light in weight. 33 lbs I can cary it with one hand. That said it is hard to believe that something so small and light can put out the volume and tone this thing is capable of. Played in a 600 seat theatre last Friday night. Doing easy Christian contemperary. Used the 102p with a Mesa Boogie walkabout head. This thing sounds huge, fat and clear. Love this cab.

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      5.0

      The small venue cabinet with power but not over powering!

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      from Jonestown PA.

      Comments about Markbass Traveler 102P Rear-Ported Compact 2x10 Bass Speaker Cabinet:

      I've owned the little mark III bass head for over a year and have used it with my Carvin 2x10 and genz benz 2x12 neo. The sound is great, but as an older musician 54 i needed to lighten the load. my carvin cab has the older speakers (heavy) so i looked into buying some neo's for it. In my search i found that the 2 speakers would cost me at least $275.00 on average. On a visit to guitar center, i found the traveler cab, used! For $340.00 Hummm! So I went back the next day with my bass and tried it out, the sound was great, and so I brought it. The handle position makes it easier to carry than my carvin and lighter, so now with my little mark III in a laptop bag and my fender areodyne jazz bass in a gig bag strapped to my back, I can carry all three pieces in for a gig or practice! Did i say i'm 54, then on top of all that the sound is big! Bigger lows than it should be able to produced and tight mids, the highs do not sizzle but give the cabinet a nicely balanced sound. I played with a group that does rockabilly style music at a small restaurant and bar, after the gig the guitar player that also plays bass in another group told me he was very jealous of the sound my rig produced! The rear porting worked great, because I could now face my cab forward for the mid's and high's to project out, my carvin's front porting forced me to face the cabinet towards the wall because the low's develop 15 or 20 feet in front of the cabinet, and the area was to small for that! But facing the cab towards the wall caused my sound to be unfocused and rumbly, and my genz's had an over powering growl for that particular venue! the markbass combination is most excellent, giving my bass that powerful sound with out being over powering, even the direct out sound from the mark III head is gorgeous. If you are looking for a rig thats light weight and powerful with a small venue sound thats hard to beat markbass has it!

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