Post by Jim Fairbairn on Aug 23, 2005 5:17:14 GMT -7
I notice in the top of my 2x10 Z cab I have some kind of insulation. I assume this is in place to allow for improved sound. Could someone explain how the insulation affects the sound? Does it absorb or accent certain frequencies? How woud the cab sound with the insulation removed? I also have the older 1x12 cab which doesn't have the insulation. Does the new 1x12 that shares the same cab as the 2x10 also have the insulation?
The insulation is to limit the mid's a bit. It gives the cab a bit of a more hollow tone slightly scooped if you will. Tens can be very mid rich , I love the punch of the small coned speakers but like to accentuate the highs and lows a bit more and do so by limiting the mids some.
Also the sensitivity of the DR.Z tens is 101 dB with a rating of 70 watts each.