Orange Releases the OBC210 Mini Bass Cab

The new cabinet also features two Speakon connectors that allow for daisy chaining to another cabinet.

England (July 28, 2015) -- The OBC210 Mini is Orange Amplification’s smallest ‘conventional’, non-isobaric cabinet to date. As part of the successful OBC Series, used by the likes of Geddy Lee, Glenn Hughes and John McVie, the new 2x10 ensures the maximum punch from the smallest available space. It combines portability and solid construction with an assertiveness that belies its compact size.

This latest cabinet is constructed using birch plywood. This choice of material creates a well balanced and resonant enclosure adding presence to the overall sound. The OBC210 Mini comes complete with the Orange signature skid runners to acoustically bond the cabinet to the stage and improve bass response.

Housed within the cabinet is a pair of 10” Eminence Legend speakers. Tried and tested on the road in a number of other OBC cabinets, the two 200W drivers are a perfect fit for the new design. They deliver a rich low end with great mid-range clarity making sure the OBC210 Mini bears all the sonic hallmarks of a classic 2x10” cabinet.

The new cabinet also features two Speakon connectors that allow for daisy chaining to another cabinet of the same impedance for a total load of 4 Ohms. The new cabinet’s dimensions allow it to sit comfortably on top of the OBC410 or OBC115 to create some smart looking stacks that push some serious air!

The versatile array of tones produced by the OBC210 Mini includes pronounced and detailed mid ranges, highs with smooth and satisfying character and a surprising great low-end clout. Its warmth and sharp bass response come with a gravity and boldness that will shock even the fussiest bass players.

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