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TC Electronic RS210 2x10 Vertical Stacking Bass Cabinet  

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Use the TC Electronic RS210 Vertical Stacking Bass Cabinet to revolutionize your onstage performance. The RS210 bass speaker cabinet has 2 - 10" custom Eminence drivers and includes a coaxial speaker ... Click To Read More About This Product

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Use the TC Electronic RS210 Vertical Stacking Bass Cabinet to revolutionize your onstage performance. The RS210 bass speaker cabinet has 2 - 10" custom Eminence drivers and includes a coaxial speaker on top. You get all the highs while reducing the amount of surface needed for mounting the speakers. This bass cab is deep, narrow, and easy to move. Two of them give you the sound impact of a 4x10 cab without the bulk and weight. Stack 2 RS 210 bass cabs vertically to create a column that maintains contact with the floor for full bass response but with the upper speaker up where you hear it better.

The TC Electronic RS210 incorporates a rugged design with an anti-scratch finish with an anti-skid surface that helps cabinets stick together when stacked. An L-pad control is provided for dialing in the desired amount of tweeter level. Most importantly, it has a tight, punchy sound that holds together at high volume

Features
  • Custom Eminence drivers
  • One driver is a coaxial speaker with the HF tweeter mounted in the center
  • Anti-scratch finish
  • Anti-skid surface treatment to help cabinets stick together when stacked
Specifications
  • Dimensions: 14" W x 26-1/10" H x 14" D
    Weight: 38 lb.
    Power handling: 400 watts
    Enclosure: 18mm plywood side panels, 18mm rounded carved hardwood corners
    Surface treatment: Anti-skid, dual-component surface
    Porting: Rear-porting
    Woofer: Eminence custom 10"
    Tweeter: Eminence 33mm voice coil, titanium diaphragm
    Tweeter adjustment: L-pad (off - 0dB)
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TC ElectronicRS210 2x10 Vertical Stacking Bass Cabinet
 
4.5

(based on 10 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

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    (6)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (3)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (1)

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100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Good audio (4)
  • Lightweight (4)
  • Compact (3)
  • Versatile (3)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Performances (4)
  • Professional recording (3)
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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Totally the Best I've tried

I have been playing bass for over 40 yrs. In tribute bands, original projects, opening up for major acts, etc, etc. Covered all styles of music. Being an Ampeg, G...Read complete review

I have been playing bass for over 40 yrs. In tribute bands, original projects, opening up for major acts, etc, etc. Covered all styles of music. Being an Ampeg, G K, Peavey Fan etc etc. Honestly, I have never heard of PC Electronics, ( Out of touch with the outside world ) . We did a show with two other bands and I was offered to use the other bands bass players rig. I believe it's the newest amp the TC 750 with two 2x10 Stacking Bass Cabs. I can't tell you how great it sounded. The features were great on the amp. I will be selling my vintage GK 2x10 x4x12 cabs, and will be buying that set up. Just have to do a little more research. Super Great Sound. Check it out.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Decent sound, nice looks and light

For portability and looks, this gets high marks. When we got one in for repair (blown tweeter in the coax) I got to check it out thoroughly. The stock speaker is an...Read complete review

For portability and looks, this gets high marks. When we got one in for repair (blown tweeter in the coax) I got to check it out thoroughly. The stock speaker is an Eminence, similar to the Delta-10A Midrange Driver. I bench-tested the speakers and found they are very loud in the midrange (around 2.5 K) which is undoubtedly why many people think these are loud. Midrange is where most people's hearing is sensitive. Obviously the engineers and marketing folks at TC understand this scientific fact and use that to create the illusion of a louder speaker.The upper speaker is a coaxial with a compression driver. That much better than a piezo, but these are not as good as the Eminence APT50 "super-tweeter." They look similar but do not handle power as well. That's one reason they have an L-pad. Still, I thought is strange that it would blow so easily. The cab is practically new. The owner is a competent professional player and knows how to treat his gear. My guess is that the resistor was slightly under spec because of a rushed production run and probably thermal-ed out, taking the driver with it. TC has a great marketing strategy and has created quite a buzz about these through their online moles and well-paid periodical connections.We really like the light-weight of this cab and the sleek rounded design. Of course, that has no effect on the sound. The box is well-made and seems to have enough internal bracing. I didn't have time to run a computer model, But from experience I'd guess they tune the cab to 35 or 40 Hz to compensate for the Fs. The resonant frequency for a bass speaker should be below the lowest notes bass can play, and this one is nowhere near that. (Almost 62 Hz! WAY too high!) So, though you may hear the attack of the low E-string, the tone that follows is a curious concoction of speaker and cabinet resonances... not ideal for low-freq reproduction. That is also why TC uses Class-D amps: they can program speaker compensation into the amp that helps disguise those chaotic resonances. If you had a five string with a low B, those problems could only be worse. But thanks to TC using good standard box-design principles, and some clever DSP voodoo, most people will never notice that. What most people hear is that enormous "hump" in frequency response that they associate with marketing buzzwords like "tone", "presence" or "warmth." I suppose you could buy this and replace the stock speakers with a more appropriate bass speaker; one with lower Fs and wider frequency response. But there's no reason for a manufacturer to do that if profit is their main motive and consumers don't understand the difference. Tuning a box with cheap speakers and adding a tweet for extending highs is a much more economical and therefore profitable solution.The old-school two-driver with-coaxial is a great idea and one that should be revived. There's no reason why any weekend woodworker couldn't build a similar cab, then invest his savings into really good drivers. You could also buy a cheap cab, stuff it, reinforce it and put good speakers in. But hey, this thing is the new rage and it does do a good job in an attractive light package. The price is mostly for show, not for LOW. This would make a great design for PA cabs or full-range guitar cabs!This certainly is the prettiest little cab I've seen in a while!If you have money to burn and don't mind paying for fashion, this is a great choice.

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4.0

so far so good

By txleong

from Orinda, CA

About Me Professional Musician

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Clear Sound
  • Compact
  • Lightweight
  • Versatile

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Amateur Recording
    • Events
    • Home Studio
    • Performances
    • Professional Recording

    Comments about TC Electronic RS210 2x10 Vertical Stacking Bass Cabinet:

    As a mature (which means I'm old) musician, I was looking to upgrade but go lighter since years of moving heavy equipment has taken its toll on my back. Was looking for 10s and with my TC 450 head thought this was a perfect compliment. So far so good. I like the 10s versus my 15" speaker. However, the design of this cabinet was for 2 of these cabinets stacked together. The cover which helps cabinets stick together is a novel idea, except it doesn't make as much sense if you only buy one cabinet. In addition, since it was designed to be stacked, there are no rubber feet on the cabinet and you eventually start to chip away at the cabinet since it sits right on the floor.

     
    4.0

    This cab is powerful and tight!

    By Jeff V

    from Tulsa, OK

    About Me Professional Musician

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Clear Sound
    • Compact
    • Durable
    • Lightweight

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Home Studio
      • Performances
      • Professional Recording

      Comments about TC Electronic RS210 2x10 Vertical Stacking Bass Cabinet:

      I was pleasantly surprised by this little cab. It is quite loud and punchy but remains tight and focused. Wish it came with a cover.

       
      5.0

      Great option!!!!

      By bassmich

      from tampa

      About Me Professional Musician

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Clear Sound
      • Lightweight
      • Versatile

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Performances
        • Professional Recording

        Comments about TC Electronic RS210 2x10 Vertical Stacking Bass Cabinet:

        Amazing sound and lightweight

        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Best 210 Cab EVER!!!!!!!!

        By PstJohn

        from Cornelia Ga

        About Me Professional Musician

        Pros

        • Clear Sound
        • Compact
        • Durable
        • Easy To Use
        • Lightweight
        • Punchy, Tight
        • Versatile

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Events
          • Performances

          Comments about TC Electronic RS210 2x10 Vertical Stacking Bass Cabinet:

          Goes great with my rh750 and rs112. Great punch and clarity. Cuts through the mix and has enough bottom end to satisfy the pickiest bass player, even without the rs112.Lightweight esy to transport. And has a super small footprint

          (3 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          TC Electronics RS 2x10

          By JD BERLINGERI

          from Medford OR

          Comments about TC Electronic RS210 2x10 Vertical Stacking Bass Cabinet:

          Having recently upgraded basses, I had to upgrade amps as well and I did so with the TC Electronics RH750 and a couple RS2x10s. So glad I did. Got the tight punchy sound I was looking for. I won't be amp or cabinet shopping for a long time, sorry about that GC! I still need strings and cords though, Thanks, J.D. Berlingeri

          (11 of 14 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Totally the Best I've tried

          By Jan Dudek

          from Southwick Ma

          Comments about TC Electronic RS210 2x10 Vertical Stacking Bass Cabinet:

          I have been playing bass for over 40 yrs. In tribute bands, original projects, opening up for major acts, etc, etc. Covered all styles of music. Being an Ampeg, G K, Peavey Fan etc etc. Honestly, I have never heard of PC Electronics, ( Out of touch with the outside world ) . We did a show with two other bands and I was offered to use the other bands bass players rig. I believe it's the newest amp the TC 750 with two 2x10 Stacking Bass Cabs. I can't tell you how great it sounded. The features were great on the amp. I will be selling my vintage GK 2x10 x4x12 cabs, and will be buying that set up. Just have to do a little more research. Super Great Sound. Check it out.

          (10 of 12 customers found this review helpful)

           
          4.0

          Great Cab

          By Chris-9ppVk

          from P.A

          Comments about TC Electronic RS210 2x10 Vertical Stacking Bass Cabinet:

          I have used this cab with the RH450 head and it is great for how portable it is. The lows are great and the EQ is very easy to adjust. The 2x10 cab is kind of scary in how it sounds like a 4x10. I will probably add a second 2x10 just because, but you really don't need it for most venues. The repair guy that ripped these products must have a beef with the company because they are nothing like he described.This is a great setup. I have played everything from SWR,Eden,Boogie,Aguilar,and all of the GK and Ampeg crap and this head and cabs are special, a real homerun on the part of TC. Go ahead and buy this stuff. You won't regret it.

          (9 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Great Cabinet!

          By MCbass18

          from Surry Hills, Sydney

          Comments about TC Electronic RS210 2x10 Vertical Stacking Bass Cabinet:

          I tried out a pair of these about a month ago, i was really impressed.Nice warm lows, Punchy mids and the high end cut through great. I played a custom made 50s style Precision through this and wow, the tone was amazing!I'll definitely consider this when i'm on the hunt for a new rig! check them out!

          (32 of 51 customers found this review helpful)

           
          3.0

          Decent sound, nice looks and light

          By Anonymous

          from Undisclosed

          Comments about TC Electronic RS210 2x10 Vertical Stacking Bass Cabinet:

          For portability and looks, this gets high marks. When we got one in for repair (blown tweeter in the coax) I got to check it out thoroughly. The stock speaker is an Eminence, similar to the Delta-10A Midrange Driver. I bench-tested the speakers and found they are very loud in the midrange (around 2.5 K) which is undoubtedly why many people think these are loud. Midrange is where most people's hearing is sensitive. Obviously the engineers and marketing folks at TC understand this scientific fact and use that to create the illusion of a louder speaker.The upper speaker is a coaxial with a compression driver. That much better than a piezo, but these are not as good as the Eminence APT50 "super-tweeter." They look similar but do not handle power as well. That's one reason they have an L-pad. Still, I thought is strange that it would blow so easily. The cab is practically new. The owner is a competent professional player and knows how to treat his gear. My guess is that the resistor was slightly under spec because of a rushed production run and probably thermal-ed out, taking the driver with it. TC has a great marketing strategy and has created quite a buzz about these through their online moles and well-paid periodical connections.We really like the light-weight of this cab and the sleek rounded design. Of course, that has no effect on the sound. The box is well-made and seems to have enough internal bracing. I didn't have time to run a computer model, But from experience I'd guess they tune the cab to 35 or 40 Hz to compensate for the Fs. The resonant frequency for a bass speaker should be below the lowest notes bass can play, and this one is nowhere near that. (Almost 62 Hz! WAY too high!) So, though you may hear the attack of the low E-string, the tone that follows is a curious concoction of speaker and cabinet resonances... not ideal for low-freq reproduction. That is also why TC uses Class-D amps: they can program speaker compensation into the amp that helps disguise those chaotic resonances. If you had a five string with a low B, those problems could only be worse. But thanks to TC using good standard box-design principles, and some clever DSP voodoo, most people will never notice that. What most people hear is that enormous "hump" in frequency response that they associate with marketing buzzwords like "tone", "presence" or "warmth." I suppose you could buy this and replace the stock speakers with a more appropriate bass speaker; one with lower Fs and wider frequency response. But there's no reason for a manufacturer to do that if profit is their main motive and consumers don't understand the difference. Tuning a box with cheap speakers and adding a tweet for extending highs is a much more economical and therefore profitable solution.The old-school two-driver with-coaxial is a great idea and one that should be revived. There's no reason why any weekend woodworker couldn't build a similar cab, then invest his savings into really good drivers. You could also buy a cheap cab, stuff it, reinforce it and put good speakers in. But hey, this thing is the new rage and it does do a good job in an attractive light package. The price is mostly for show, not for LOW. This would make a great design for PA cabs or full-range guitar cabs!This certainly is the prettiest little cab I've seen in a while!If you have money to burn and don't mind paying for fashion, this is a great choice.

          (9 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          great bass cab

          By Anonymous

          from Undisclosed

          Comments about TC Electronic RS210 2x10 Vertical Stacking Bass Cabinet:

          i bought this cab with the amp that goes with it. the portability of this cab is great. i can carry it with one hand without a problem. the sound is full and clear. the adjustable tweeter is a great option. the 2x10 alone has enough sound to keep up with the rest of the band. i played it against a friends 4x10 cab and everyone agreed that the tc electronics cab has the same output with a clearer sound. all and all this is a great sounding, lightweight cab that i have not a single bad thing to say about.

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