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Any recommendations on a new speaker for the DSL40CR? I am not a fan of the V-Type speaker in there.
How long does it take to break in the speaker?I just posted about this in another DSL thread. I think the V-type is the perfect speaker for the DSL40CR...but you gotta break it in. It really changes once it is broken in. It needs to have some volume put through it for a good period of time. I play mine on 40 watt mode with the master volumes wide open, and control the overall volume with the channel volumes.
But...if you really don't like it, I have tried both the Creamback M and the Neo Creamback with success. In the end I went back to the V-type.
It really depends. If you're someone that gigs often, maybe not that long. For someone who plays at home at lower volumes, it can take a long while.How long does it take to break in the speaker?
For home playing, I have both masters all the way up...and it’s definitely loud, but I just slightly bump the channel volumes up a tad to keep it from blowing my walls down. It super touchy, but once you find the sweet spot for “kinda loud but bearable” at home volume it’s great.As an aside... how do you keep both masters all the way up and not have it be incredibly loud to get good tone? I realize each channel has its own volume but even 1/2 way is loud. BUT- true, it starts to sound glorious, beyond. It's enough to blow doors down in a medium club, let alone my music room.
Has anyone tried the G12H30 Celestion 70th Anniversary in one of these? I had one in a Tiny Terror combo and it was awesome when cranked up/... maybe not doable at 30 watts.....