The Revsound RS28 is a 19 lb bass cabinet loaded with two 8" speakers. It's diminutive stature belies it's power. Measuring @ 11" tall X 10.75" wide and 9.75" deep it's the perfect grab and go for standup and electric bassists, keyboard players and acoustic guitarists. With an EIA power rating of 500 watts and a frequency range of 60-4000Hz it is a remarkable performer. It's voice is even from top to bottom with articulate but not "forward" mids and a tight low end. It comes in a variety of tolex colors as well as Duratex and there is no upcharge for the tolexed version of the RS28 or it's little brother the RS8. It's standard fitment is with a top strap handle upgrade-able to the optional "Dogbone" leather style handle. Chrome or black nickel corners, sound isolating feet opposite the handle and a Neutriks Speakon input are standard.
The RS28 is loaded with (2) 8" Celestion Neodymium drivers. Packing a lot of power in an extremely small package make it a perfect “grab and go” for rehearsals, smaller venue gigs and it’s a stellar vehicle for recording. The RS28 shares the same width “footprint” as our RS110/210 and RS112/212 cabinets. It makes a scalable combination for any gig.
- Black Duratex finish, strap handle, 16 gauge powder-coated steel grill, chromed nickel or black nickel corners, sound-isolating feet, Neutrik Speakon connector
- Drivers: (2) Celestion 8” TN0820
- Frequency response: 60-5khz
- Sensitivity: 97db 1 watt / 1 meter 122.5db peak
- Power handling: 350 watts / 450 peak
- Impedance: 4 ohms
- Dimensions: 9” deep X 15 ¾” wide X 18 ¼” height
- Weight: 19lbs
A note from John Walsh about his RS28s:
"I finally had the chance last week to give them a full run through. Two guitars, keys, and a slightly louder than average drummer. And the two RS28's with the Mesa Subway performed flawlessly. I certainly couldn't be more pleased. And the rest of the guys were astounded at the sound, both tone-wise and volume-wise, being put out by those two cabs."
Here are a few videos from Andrea Morse in St. Louis, MO Andrea was into Punk when it started and was a regular at CBGB's with her band. She never stopped and is a formidable bassist and most awesome human being. Thanks Andrea!