361 Powered Cabinet
Power Output - 400 watts @ 4 Ohms
Frequency Response - 38Hz-14kHz @ -3dB
Sensitivity - 103dB @ 1w/1m
Input - 1/4" jack
Controls - HF Speaker On/Off Switch
Speakers - 2 (1 x bass driver & 1 x HF speaker)
Speaker Specs - Custom Eminence 18" Cast Frame
HF Speaker Specs - Titanium Horn Driver w/2" Coil
Crossover Specs - 1.4kHz HP Filter 18dB/octave
Cabinet Design - Front Loaded Folded Horn
Size - 48"H x 24.5"W x 18"D
Shipping Weight - 145 lbs.
The Legendary 361, Back and ready for Action! The 361 Powered Cabinet heard on countless recordings and seen on nearly every stage -from the local bar to Woodstock- returns. For countless bass players the 361 was the only choice when it came to big, soulful, room-filling sound. This classic 361 Powered Cabinet has been updated with modern features and reliability while still keeping true to the tone, style and heritage of the original Acoustic 361.
The 361 power amp has been redesigned from the ground up using modern components and a secret Acoustic formula, we were able to create a power amp for the 361 that has the musicallity and feel of the original -but then goes bigger, wider, lower and higher. Just consider it 40 years of R&D to build a 361 that is all that it should be...and more.
Using this built in power amp -with torroidal transformer and ultra-quiet fan for super-cool operation- the 361 is capable of producing 400 watts into 4 ohms without breaking a sweat. When these features get combined with the raw power of the massive 18" speaker, switchable titanium horn driver and folded-horn design of the 361 cabinet, you had better stand back. Earthshaking bottom end, punchy mids and snappy highs. Whatever sound you need, whenever you need it.
Acoustic USA products are updated classics giving you modern features and reliability, while still keeping true to the tone, style and heritage of their legendary acoustic roots. Acoustic USA products are made in the USA , and offer a 3 year limited warranty.
This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 03 September, 2011.