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Trickfish Amplification Announces the TF212V Bass Cabinet

Trickfish Amplification Announces the TF212V Bass Cabinet

The cabinet features proprietary 12” Eminence drivers that can handle 400 watts RMS.

Houston, TX (April 16, 2019) -- Trickfish Amplification is proud to announce the release of the TF212V bass speaker cabinet. The TF212V is the latest addition to our overwhelmingly popular line of 12″ speaker cabinets. The cabinet features our proprietary 12” Eminence drivers for a smooth, deep tone that handles 400 watts RMS. The TF212V has a frequency response of 40Hz – 16kHz and weighs only 56 lbs.!

This new design shares the same dimensions as our TF210V making it a compact stand-alone powerhouse or a great match for a TF112, TF210V or a second TF212V! Like the TF210V, the TF212V is designed to stand vertically, making it ear-friendly as a stand-alone cabinet or even when stacked as a pair. The TF212V is constructed from 15mm Baltic Birch ply and features two steel handles, metal corners and intense structural bracing that help mitigate unwanted resonance.

TF212V Specifications:

  • 2 x 12” proprietary Neodymium speaker built by Eminence®
  • HF driver (3500-20,000 Hz) 80° conical horn
  • 8 Ohm
  • 400 watts RMS / 800 watts peak handling
  • Frequency Response: 40Hz – 16kHz
  • Custom crossover with peak protection and HF Attenuation
  • 2 x NL2 Combo connectors
  • H 27 x W 18 x D 17
  • Weight: 56 lbs.
  • Made in the USA

The Trickfish TF212V is shipping now with a street price of $1149.

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