Beyma 15G40 bass speaker compatibility? Sep 17, 1. May 1, Hi all, Just wondering if anyone can give me some info on the Beyma 15G40 15 inch speaker.
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Beyma 15G40 bass speaker compatibility? Sep 17, 1. May 1, Hi all, Just wondering if anyone can give me some info on the Beyma 15G40 15 inch speaker. Is it suitable for bass? Sep 17, 2. Feb 1, Fredericksburg, VA. The Beyma 15G40 is an optional upgrade for Dr.
Bass cabinets 15" applications. Bass tweeterless 15" with one in it - pending their relocation to a new facility, etc. Sep 17, 3. PawleeP likes this. Sep 17, 4. May 21, Napa, California. I am using a Beyma 15G40 and I absolutely adore it. It is in cab without a tweeter or a midrange. I play a Precision with flatwounds finger style so I don't need or want a lot of highs. This cab is sometime paired with an Accugroove L and they are a great match. To my ears neo 15 are too dynamic, cold and dry and I miss the buttery richness and warmth found in old school tones.
The Beyma 15G40 is warm tone-wise and goes very low; it has that kind of pillowy sound but it is also super powerful, massive and authoritative.
It sound dispersion is more limited than what I normally experience with a It is also quite masculine and a bit dark tone wise. What surprised me is it is incredibly sensitive to the tone change on my bass.
I tend to think at this juncture that the JBL E is a more musical driver as a standalone driver but that the Beyma has a lot more power, range and impact. They are in the same family tone wise.
Beyma 15G40 bass speaker compatibility?