#1
I just got a 1x15 and am looking to add some highs to it, im debating between a 2x10 and a 4x10. Im not sure if the extra 2 speakers add enough to the sound to warrent the extra money and the extra weight to lug around.
#2
It'll have more all round frequency coverage(?), and it'll be quite a bit louder.

If you can afford, lug it around etc, then go for it

EDIT: After checking a couple of (parallel) models, it seems that the high freq rolloff is usually the same, whereas the 410s have better lows than the 210
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#3
Down to personnal preference, I prefer two 2x10 or a 4x10, I find a single 2x10 is lacking in sound.
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#4
Down to personnal preference, I prefer two 2x10 or a 4x10, I find a single 2x10 is lacking in sound.
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#5
The 2x10 and 4x10 are going to sound similar, but the 4x10 will be more 2x10ish than the 2x10 is you follow. The 4x10 will have all of the good points of a 2x10 enhanced and all the bad points reduced. Plus the 4x10 will be substantially louder.
#6
You might also want to look at a 2x12. It's louder, will adds some highs and will probably be smaller than a 4x10.