Blackstar HTV-412B Straight Speaker Cabinet

BH #BLHTV412B • MFR #HTV412B
Blackstar
Blackstar HTV-412B Straight Speaker Cabinet
Key Features
  • 4x12" Celestion Loudspeakers
  • 320W RMS
  • Stereo and Mono Configuration
  • 4 or 16 Ohms Mono/2x 8 Ohms Stereo
The HTV-412B Straight Speaker Cabinet from Blackstar features finger-locking (comb) joints, heavy duty wiring, and four 12" Celestion drivers; it is designed to work with the HT Venue series guitar amplifiers (sold separately), as well as a wide range of other products. It can be used with an amplifier for applications such as live stage, theater, rehearsals, houses of worship, and more.
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Blackstar HTV-412B Straight Speaker Cabinet

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Blackstar HTV412B Overview

The HTV-412B Straight Speaker Cabinet from Blackstar features finger-locking (comb) joints, heavy duty wiring, and four 12" Celestion drivers; it is designed to work with the HT Venue series guitar amplifiers (sold separately), as well as a wide range of other products. It can be used with an amplifier for applications such as live stage, theater, rehearsals, houses of worship, and more.

The HTV-412B can be configured as a mono or stereo speaker. The four 1/4" jack connectors on the rear panel provides input for either two stereo 8 ohm speakers or two mono 4 or 16 ohm speakers. The four 80W Celestion speakers are built in an 18mm chipboard enclosure that has a vintage style covering. Its total output power is 320W RMS.

Blackstar HTV412B Specs

Speaker Section
Speaker Inputs4 x 1/4"
Configuration4 x 12" Speaker(s)
Cabinet TypeStraight Closed Stereo
Power Rating320 W
Input Impedance8 ohms Stereo
16 ohms Mono
General
Dimensions (WxHxD)2.5 x 2.5 x 1.2' / 755.0 x 762.0 x 358.0 mm Cabinet
Weight85.10 lb / 38.6 kg Cabinet
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