Bergantino Announces the HG410 Cab

The HG410 offers the benefits of a sealed design, a reference tweeter, and a rear-firing woofer.

Whitinsville, MA (March 1, 2018) -- Bergantino Audio Systems introduces the newest addition to our HG series, the HG410! Coming in at just 47 lbs., and the size of our 212 cabinets, it's the lightest and smallest 410 in the industry. The big brother to our renowned HG310, the HG410 also offers the benefits of a sealed design, for immediate and accurate bass response, our high quality, reference tweeter for airy and transparent highs, and a rear firing woofer to create a 3-dimensional sound field. Available in our black Bronco Tolex with gold logo. Shipping in mid-March 2018.

As with every Bergantino Audio System product, all internal components are designed with the highest quality and dependability for your essential, distinct sound. No ‘off-the- shelf’ parts are ever used. Woofers with Neodymium magnet material are used for the low frequency section of the HG series cabinets, resulting in a very clear sound, punchy low-end, sweet midrange and reduced weight. The HG series cabinets have a High Intelligibility Compression Driver w/ Constant Directivity Horn to ensure consistent coverage from the lowest to the highest frequencies. This horn is mated to the quad-woofer arrangement through a custom designed phase-coherent crossover with a tweeter control. The HG410 cabinets are covered in black Bronco tolex, have mounted rubber feet and include a high-impact metal grill for durability and acoustical transparency.

Features:

  • Woofer: 4-10” Neodymium Magnet Woofers (one in the rear to create a 3- dimensional sound field)
  • Tweeter: High Intelligibility Compression Driver w/ Constant Directivity Horn
  • Cabinet Design: Sealed
  • Cabinet Material: Lightweight Italian Poplar w/Baltic Birch Baffle
  • Cabinet Covering: Black Bronco Tolex
  • Impedance: 4-ohms
  • Power Handling: 700W RMS
  • Crossover: Custom Phase-Coherent Crossover w/ Tweeter Control
  • Frequency Response: 42hZ – 15KhZ
  • Sensitivity: 102db @ 2.83v / 1-meter
  • Dimensions: 31”H x 18-1/2”W x 15”D
  • Weight: 47 Lbs.
  • Street Price: $1599.00

Bergantino Audio Systems has been dedicated to developing and building the highest quality audio products and bass guitar amplification systems since 2001. We have received numerous accolades within the musical instrument product industry and continue to be a leader with new designs combined with our unique approach to products and musical development.

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