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DT25 with Orange 212OB Cab
by JKorzyp on 2013-02-21 18:39:27.9830

Just thought I would throw it out there if anyone is looking to match DT25 with an Orange 212OB cab. I could not find anyone who did this on the web or even spoke of it.

I took a chance. Liked the DT112 match cab but wanted more bass and fill. Didn't want to go 412-too big for my house. Use a Rock Crusher attenuator with these as well. Sounds better than the "Low Volume" switch on the back.

This is a killer match up. Sound is awesome and actually just what I was looking for. Full of sound, great tone and a lot of fill. I even tried a Closed back Orange 212 which again paired really well with this head. I tried the 412 Line 6 and it was not very good for a cab. So bottom line, the DT25 112Cab is very good but a little light on bass and room fill. A good answer is Orange PPC212OB or CB with this DT25 and a good attenuator. It really does sound good and a keeper.

Line 6 needs to come out with a 212cab to use with this DT25 similar to the 112cab. I would probably go that way if they made it. I think the 112cab is good but some of us want just a little more depth while holding that "thump" of a closed cab.

Keep in mind that the open back is an open back so if you crank the volume, the bass does get a little mushy like they all do but the closed back (although pretty pricey) is a great cab by Orange.

For what it's worth.



Orange PPC212OB

Rock Crusher



PRS-Paul Allander

All sound great with this rig.

Re: DT25 with Orange 212OB Cab
by Hoagie7 on 2013-03-09 11:51:10.6880

I have the exact same setup and it sounds really good so far. Just got the amp yesterday and I'm thinking of selling everything else.

Orange 212 OB V30's


POD HD 400

Les Paul Studio

Mod Strat

Jap Strat heavy Moded

Les Paul Ultra Flame Top

Charvell Acoustic electric

for sale

Cavin V3M tube head

Carvin 212 cab

2 Eminence Patriot speakers new

Gator powered pedal board and several pedals

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