The thickest , low mid heavy speaker for o/b 2X12

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  1. ianblond

    ianblond Member

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    What`s your experience with warm , fat sounding with beautifull / not bright highs speaker for open back 2X12 ?
    My tips-
    G12H30
    Mojotone
    EV (various types)
    Scholtz
    Scumback H75,H55(?)
    any of Eminence....
    others?
     
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    Zuper Supporting Member

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    G12-65. Fat, and far from bright.
     
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    I wouldn't rule out the G12H-100/G12K-100 either. Definitely fat, but has sort of a flat midrange and thus works best when paired with a midrangy speaker. I use a V30/G12H-100 combination.
     
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    +1 Big lows and mids,smooth high end. Not sure about"beautiful" not harsh though. My favorite stand alone speaker.Bob
     
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    Cannabis Rex and Swamp Thang together:AOK. The Thang delivers the big bottom and the Rex delivers a triple thick milkshake of mids.
     
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    I know Cannabis Rex it is very good speaker - the best from new Eminences (i`ve tested Governor, Tonespotter, Wizard, Texas Heat,V12) .What`s the differrence between CRex and Swamp Thang? - isn`t ST brighter?
     
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    I tested 1X12 Mesa cabinet with MC90 few days ago.It isn`t warm sounding speaker for my ears.Yes it`s fat and dark but a bit stiff/cold.
     

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