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Peavey Headliner 410 4x10 Bass Speaker Cabinet
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Redesigned from the ground up for the serious bass player on a budget.

Voiced for tight, punchy bass with lots of harmonic tone, the versatility and performance of the Headliner 410 bass speaker cabinet encourages use with any fine bass amp head. The Headliner 410 is constructed using internal bracing, and is covered with roadworthy black carpet. Steel corners protect the cabinet from the rigors of the road. The cabinet includes a black powdercoat finished 16 gauge perforated metal grille.
The four 10" ferrite magnet woofers are designed with a rich bass tone in mind. The sealed cabinet insures tight bass notes, with every note rendered precisely. Inputs include two 1/4" input phone jacks, and one 4-pin twist-lock connector for maximum flexibility.
With a nominal impedance of 8 ohms, and a power handling of 800 watts program and 1600 watts peak, the Headliner 410 can be used in conjunction with any reasonably sized bass amp head. With the 8 ohm impedance, the Headliner 410 can be easily stacked with a Headliner 210 cabinet on top, resulting in a 4-ohm total load.

Peavey Headliner 410 4x10 Bass Speaker Cabinet Features:

  • 800 watts program power handling
    1,600 watts peak
    Four custom-designed 10" ceramic magnet woofers
    8 ohms impedance
    18mm ply cabinet with bracing and steel corners
    16-gauge perforated metal grille
    Durable, stylish black carpet covering
    Two 1/4" input jacks and one NL4 four-pin receptacle

Peavey Headliner 410 4x10 Bass Speaker Cabinet Specifications:

  • 72 lb.

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  • Peavey 410 Bass China Cabinet

    As reviewed by William Pawley on 2/16/2013

    I guess Peavey had to go off-shore to stay competitive with all the other instrument manufacturers. Although most of the stuff we get from China is junk, this cabinet, so far, has been pretty good. I have been a Peavey user for decades now and it has always been ready to use when I was ready to play. I hope the quality control keeps up and gets better. I have had this cabinet just a few days and it has been already put to the test. First day I got it, it was unpacked from the carton it came in and went right onto a stage. Kept my fingers crossed that it would work as well as I had hoped, and it did. I am pushing it with an Acoustic B300H and it handled it with no problem what so ever. No Rattles or anything that shouldn't have been there as far as sound goes. This cab will be moved around a lot, playing different clubs, practice sessions, loaded and unloaded a lot. I think a nicer front grill/cover would have been better but when you get old like me and have to move stuff yourself most of the time, anything that saves weight is welcome. What's with the carpet cabinet covering though? My cat thought it was a new scratching post when I brought it home and now I keep it covered with a blanket just to keep it looking clean (no claws on the cat by the way). These four 10 inch speakers move a lot of air though. It has good tone, good volume, and good sound. It also is not too bad to pick up and move around by myself (thank goodness for a small hand truck though). I think I will keep this one for a while.

    3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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  • Not impressed

    As reviewed by Mitchell Casel on 6/28/2011

    I recently played through one of these with and without the Headliner 115 using my ProBass 500 (An awesome Peavey tube amp). Long story short, I was less than thrilled with the Headliner 410. By itself this cab cannot hold its own, but it doesn?t seem to play well with other cabs either. The 54Hz to 6kHz frequency range doesn?t cover a 4-string bass, let alone a 5-string. Although the upper tones had volume, they sounded so thin and lifeless. Worse yet, I question the power rating? in the 200 watt mode of the amp, it seemed like the speakers were struggling at only 60% of the maximum volume. I hate to say this about anything from Peavey, but your money is better spent elsewhere.

    6 of 7 people found this review helpful.
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