The BA210-3 SLT is an extremely lightweight (36 lbs.) 500-watt, 8-ohm cabinet, offering those players who gravitate to the response of 10" drivers a more full-bodied, defined, musically smooth and seamless cabinet choice.
This slanted version further enhances the benefits of the BA concept adding another level of dispersion and projection, either when being used as a single enclosure or in combination with the straight BA210 v3, BA410 v3 or additional slanted BA cabinets. This offers multiple options to the player to configure their BA210-3 stack for the best coverage of the stage and performance venue.
Although the same size as many 2 x 10" and tweeter cabinets, this innovative design blends the punch and quickness of premium Neodymium dual 10" drivers, in a vented bass reflex enclosure, and the performance and pattern control of a 4 x 3" Neodymium paper cone driver line array element. The placement of the line array in front, and between the 10" woofers further provides an extremely broad projection pattern, immediate quickness and articulation that is not possible with standard 2 x 10" designs. Also due to line array principals the all-important mid and high frequencies have a much wider horizontal dispersion with a more controlled vertical pattern. This offers the most even projection possible around the perimeter of the stage and audience.
The Genzler BA210 v3 SLT model utilizes a 6-degree slanted baffle providing increased projection upward towards the player and the audience. This unique cabinet shape also further reduces internal standing waves, which translates into an even clearer tonal experience.
The benefits of this design platform are exponential for the player:
- Delivering full, deep, low frequency response from the high efficiency dual 10" woofers doing what they do best, providing excellent support of the fundamental for the lower strings of the instrument.
- Using a selective crossover point, this design overcomes the "beaming" (pattern narrowing) effects of a full range signal being reproduced by larger low frequency drivers which is common in many current small cabinet designs.
- Lowering midrange and high frequency distortion by allowing the use of small, 3" high performance cone transducers that would otherwise be unsuitable without the increased acoustic sensitivity obtained by the array design.
- Providing a much more open, smoother midrange and high frequency response because of the ideal natural characteristics of the mid-high frequency array when compared to a conventional tweeter that cannot reproduce the crucial midrange frequencies without pattern control or un-natural distortion.