#1
what are the main differences between the ashdown electric blue 12-180 and 15-180 apart from the speaker size, thanks
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I would say pretty much nothing, though I haven't really looked into it
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Ashdown Electric Blue 12-180 Combo Bass Amp Specifications:

* Power Output: 180 watts RMS
* High Input: Impedance 3.9mOhm/Input range 150mV-20V p-p
* Low Input: Impedance 10kOhm/Input range 300mV-40V p-p
* Line Input: Impedance 22kOhm/Input level 0dBu nominal
* Effects Return: Impedance 22kOhm/Level 0dBu nominal
* Tuner Output: Impedance 22kOhm/Level 0dBu nominal
* Effects Send: Impedance 22kOhm/Level 0dBu nominal
* DI Output: 600 ohm balanced/Level -20dBu nominal
* Speaker Outputs: Minimum impedance 4 ohm
* Bass: ±15dB @ 100Hz
* Lo Mid: ±15dB @ 220Hz
* Middle: ±15dB @ 660Hz
* Hi Mid: ±15dB @ 1.6kHz
* Treble: ±15dB @ 7kHz shelving
* Deep: +8dB @ 50Hz
* Bright: +10dB @ 10kHz
* Signal to Noise: Better than 80dB (EQ flat)
* Distortion: Less than 0.5% THD
* Frequency Response: -3dB at 33Hz and 25kHz
* Power Requirements: 230/115v
* 20-2/3"W x 7-2/3"H x 15-1/10"D
* 18 lbs.

Ashdown Electric Blue 12-180 Combo Bass Amp Features:

* 180W RMS
* 12" Ashdown BlueLine driver
* Fan-cooled, fast-transient power stage
* Active/passive instrument inputs
* VU-style LED input meter
* 5-band EQ
* Bright/Deep switches
* FX loop
* Front-panel direct output
* Tuner/line out
* Subharmonic generator
* Extension cab output
* Scuff-proof carpet covering
* Reinforced corners
* Sturdy metal grille

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Ashdown Electric Blue 15-180 Bass Combo Amp Specifications:

* Power Output: 180 watts RMS
* High Input: Impedance 3.9mOhm/Input range 150mV-20V p-p
* Low Input: Impedance 10kOhm/Input range 300mV-40V p-p
* Line Input: Impedance 22kOhm/Input level 0dBu nominal
* Effects Return: Impedance 22kOhm/Level 0dBu nominal
* Tuner Output: Impedance 22kOhm/Level 0dBu nominal
* Effects Send: Impedance 22kOhm/Level 0dBu nominal
* DI Output: 600 ohm balanced/Level -20dBu nominal
* Speaker Outputs: Minimum impedance 4 ohms
* Bass: ±15dB @ 100Hz
* Lo: ±15dB @ 220Hz
* Middle: ±15dB @ 660Hz
* Hi Mid: ±15dB @ 1.6kHz
* Treble: ±15dB @ 7kHz shelving
* Deep: +8dB @ 50Hz
* Bright: +10dB @ 10kHz
* Signal to Noise: Better than 80dB (EQ flat)
* Distortion: Less than 0.5% THD
* Frequency Response: -3dB at 33Hz and 25kHz
* Power Requirements: 230/15v
* 19-1/10"W x 27-1/4"H x 26-1/5"D
* 55 lbs.

Ashdown Electric Blue 15-180 Bass Combo Amp Features:

* 180W RMS
* 15" Ashdown BlueLine driver
* Fan-cooled, fast-transient power stage
* Active/passive instrument inputs
* VU-style LED input meter
* 5-band EQ
* Bright/Deep switches
* FX loop
* Front-panel direct output
* Tuner/line out
* Subharmonic generator
* Extension cab output
* Scuff-proof carpet covering
* Reinforced corners
* Sturdy metal grille


So.... The speaker size.
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So.... The speaker size.


ive read all that, i mean tonally, i had a speaker modeller once and the 1x12 sounded different to the 1x15, my question is does this apply to these amps too or are they tonally the same too
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ive read all that, i mean tonally, i had a speaker modeller once and the 1x12 sounded different to the 1x15, my question is does this apply to these amps too or are they tonally the same too


The FAQ has a rundown about speaker sizes. And it would've cleared stuff up if you actually asked about the speaker qualities. The way you worded it sounded like you were asking between the actual amps.
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The FAQ has a rundown about speaker sizes. And it would've cleared stuff up if you actually asked about the speaker qualities. The way you worded it sounded like you were asking between the actual amps.


so it does, apologies lol
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Basicaly :
15"= Lower, sometimes muddier depending on the quality of the speaker
12"= More Treble, slightly more refined sound
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