A small Amp enclosure 30"H x 30"W x 30"D for an Amp size of 24"H x 24"W x 16"D.
The amplifier enclosures have convoluted foam interiors, cable porting and come in four sizes room for your microphone. Three-component ventilation keeps tubes cool. Turn it up as much as you like and be confident that you won't bother anyone else.
Specifications - Small Amplifier Enclosure
- Exterior Dimensions: 30"H x 30"W x 30"D
- Fits Amps Up To: 24"H x 24"W x 16"D
- Colors: Amplifier Enclosures are available in Executive Gray only.
- Assembly Time 15 minutes
Applications - "By Customers"
"All I can say is that I am BEYOND satisfied with my purchase! My setup is such that I only use the cab for recording and so I have permanently located the iso cab in a closet that is below some stairs and across from my recording control room. I put two mics (SM57s) in the box with my 4x12 speaker cabinet and that is my setup. I have a 100 Watt amp that is probably putting out more like 120 Watts when it is cranked. I ONLY record with the amp completely cranked and I use no attenuation except for the iso box and the closet door. With my amp completely cranked and the cabinet in the iso box you built me, I can only hear the amp faintly outside of the closed closet door. Someone could easily watch TV in the adjacent family room with no problem. With the closet door open a reasonable amount of guitar sound still comes through, but I would relate it to moderate TV volume. So, in my experience, you could talk a bit louder than moderate TV volume and be heard over the cab. "
"My enclosure is 37"H X 36.5"W X 30.5"D. This gives just enough room to fit two mic stands and the 57s in a close mic arrangement. I use two SM57s, each mic'ing one of the top speakers of my Mojave 4x12. I have the mics parallel to the floor of the cab, right at the outside of the cone of each speaker, straight on (not angled) at the center height of the speaker about an inch from the grill. Both mic outputs go to the input of a Great River Electronics MP-2NV mic pre amp (Neve 1073 clone). From there one output of my mic pre (representing one mic'd speaker) goes to my recording system. On the other mic pre channel, I use the insert to put a Replex (digital clone of an old Echoplex) into the recording chain set for single repeat delay. That input then goes into the recording system as well. I record two tracks, one wet from the Replex, one dry, straight from the amp/cab."