The Hartke 210XL V2 is a speaker cabinet for the amplifier heads of bass guitarists. It's a reissue of a classic design that made use of two all-aluminum cone drivers, each one measuring 10". However, the cabinet enclosure is more durable than the original.
This cabinet sports 200W RMS of power handling with an impedance of 8 Ohms. It accepts signals via two 1/4" inputs wired in parallel. Measuring 14.5 x 24.5 x 15", the cabinet is small enough to take to most gigs, yet provides a smooth response which a punchy attack. At 44 lb, it isn't too heavy to carry to most concerts or rehearsal.
The cabinet will provide a frequency response of 50 Hz to 5 kHz, doing so at levels of up to 96 dB SPL. It sports a single-chamber, sealed enclosure made out of 3/4" plywood, covered in vinyl for a sleek, modern look.
A Classic Design Preserved
The 210XL V2 features Hartke's classic all-aluminum speaker design. Each XL low-frequency driver features an aluminum cone with a large 1.5" voice coil on a Kapton former as well as impregnated-fabric surrounds and a convex dust cover. They've been mounted in a heavy-duty steel frame. Just like in 1984, a smooth response with a clear, punchy attack form the foundation of a remarkable tone that's suitable for most styles of playing.
The 210XL V2 offers a new look for a new generation of bass players. Its tuned, single-chamber, sealed cabinet is no longer dressed in black carpet, but it now features a textured vinyl covering that is much more durable. A black perforated steel grille adds to an already strong, sleek look.
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