The Ampeg SVT-810E is still manufactured using the same design dating all the way back to 1969.
The Infinite Baffle design of these sealed enclosures produces vast amounts of tightly focused bass.
You’d need five 18” or six 15” speakers to move as much air as the SVT-810E!
In September, 1967 Ampeg became a subsidiary of Unimusic, Inc.
Ampeg enclosures have been setting the standard in bass tone for decades, and your Ampeg SVT-810E bass cabinet is no exception.
Affectionately known as "The Fridge," this massive bottom-end box of boom brings the heavy with eight 10" speakers in a Baltic birch plywood enclosure, dual 1/4" and secure Neutrik Speakon inputs/outputs, a tilt-back handle bar, and a protective skid rails for easy transport.
The SVT has been through many design changes over the years but is still in production today.
The SVT head was initially coupled with a pair of sealed 8x10" speaker enclosures because one cabinet could not handle the power of the SVT. These are called that because of the engraved blue text and lines that surround the tone controls.