Genzler Amplification Unveils the Nu Classic Bass Cabinet Series

Genzler Amplification Nu Classic Bass Cabinet Series with Amps

Genzler Amplification has expanded its product lineup with a brand new series of cabinets called the Nu Classic Series. The models are described as compact, lightweight, and delivering “classic tone and warm full-spectrum response.”

The series includes three models: the 300-watt NC-112T, the 500-watt NC-210T, and the 600-watt NC212T. Each of them has a classic black vinyl covering with white/gray grille cloth and silver piping. They also feature ferrite/ceramic magnet low frequency driver formats plus a compression tweeter.

“The combination of component selection, ported cabinet design and construction techniques combine to deliver the sought-after performance and feel of Ferrite/Ceramic loudspeakers in a lightweight cabinet ‘weight class’ — normally associated with Neodymium speaker cabinets,” Genzler writes. “We accomplish this utilizing our ‘tried and true’ manufacturing principles, well-braced 12mm lite plywood construction, internal triangular truss-style side-to-back bracing, internal acoustic dampening, shelf-port designs with ‘softened’ leading edges to deliver strong, powerful, low-frequency support with less turbulence.”

Get a rundown and demo of each cab by Nate Navarro:

The Genzler Amplification Nu Classic Series cabinets will be shipping in May. The NC-112T carries a price of $599.99 while the NC-210T goes for $749.99 and the NC-212T goes for $849.99.

Genzler Amplification Nu Classic Bass Cabinet Series Features:

Ported, Lightweight, Vertical Cabinet Designs
Compact Cabs with Small Stage Footprints
Multi-layer Poplar Plywood construction
Internal Triangular “truss-style” Bracing
Recessed Handles and Jack Plate
Advanced Ferrite/Ceramic Loudspeakers
Compression Bullet Tweeter w/Ferro-Fluid Cooling
Black Vinyl Covering with White/Gray Grille Cloth, Silver Piping
Input Panel w/Speakon & ¼″ Jacks
12 dB/Octave Crossover, w/Tweeter Level Control

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