I have the BGH-25 in both my Jack 12's and also a Simplexx 15. Both cabs sound great.
My question is..
Does the BGH-25 emphasize the high frequencies? Because I have to turn the treble right down. But if I use my Mesa cab or an old SWR cab I have to turn the treble back up to be bright.
It's not a problem, and I recall Bill saying better to use the amps EQ than putting an L-pad on the horn.
Just curious to know if my BFM cabs produce the sound as it should be, and my commercial cabs don't.
The Jack of All Trades pro-sound cabs.
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The BGH-25 doesn't emphasize highs, but being a higher quality driver than most factory made cabs use it probably has higher sensitivity. I say probably, because it seems impossible to find specs for the Foster tweeter that is widely used.