Eminence Legend BP102-4 10" Bass Guitar Driver 200W 4 Ohm

Brand:|Model: Legend BP102-4
The Legend BP102 has been a staple product for many bass guitar wonders over the past 10 years. Now available in 4 ohms!
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Highlights
  • Recommended for bass guitar applications
  • Outstanding performance in sealed or vented enclosures
  • Works well in single or multi-driver designs
  • Low Fs, good power handling, 6.2 mm Xmax

Product Details

Eminence Legend BP102-4 10" Bass Guitar Driver 200W 4 Ohm

The Legend BP102 has been a staple product for many bass guitar wonders over the past 10 years. This is a favorite for 3x, 4x, and 8x10 cabinets! Now available in 4 ohms! Don't let the sensitivity fool you, this speaker will really punch out the bass with authority. Perfect replacement driver for many popular 1x10 combo amps that require a 4 ohm 10" speaker. It also works great as a mid in PA applications or in a three-way bass cabinet. Made in the USA. 7-year manufacturer's warranty!

Specifications: • Power handling: 200 watts RMS • VCdia: 2" • Impedance: 4 ohms • Frequency range: 40-2,000 Hz • Sensitivity: 90.5 dB 1W/1m • Fs: 34.5 Hz • Magnet weight: 38 oz. • Dimensions: Overall diameter: 10.08", Cutout diameter: 9.05", Depth: 4.25".

No other speaker is used more widely as standard equipment in guitar and bass guitar amplifiers than Eminence! Most guitar speaker manufacturers are well known for a specific type of tone. Indeed Eminence is recognized for establishing the "American" rock, country, and blues tones. What really sets Eminence apart though is the ability to provide the guitarist with virtually any tone they desire! Rock, Metal, Country, Blues, British, Rap, Soul, and Alternative styles can be provided with one of the Legend models available. If you're not packing a Legend, you're probably not playing like one!



Product Specifications
  • TypeBass Guitar
  • Nominal Diameter10"
  • Impedance4 ohms
  • Power Handling (RMS)200 Watts
  • Magnet MaterialCeramic Ferrite
Eminence Legend BP102-4 10" Bass Guitar Driver 200W 4 Ohm
  • BrandEminence Speaker
  • ModelLegend BP102-4
  • Part Number290-470
  • UPC876358000821
  • Product CategoryGuitar Speakers & Bass Guitar Speakers
  • Unit of MeasureEA
  • Product Rating
    (15 Reviews)
  • Weight8.9 lbs.
  • California Prop 65

    Warning: California residents only. Please note per Proposition 65 that this product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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Reviews

Eminence Legend BP102-4 10" Bass Guitar Driver 200W 4 Ohm
Eminence Legend BP102-4 10" Bass Guitar Driver 200W 4 Ohm is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 15.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Speakers Work GreatOrdered replacement speakers for my bass cabinet as the old ones wore out. These work just great. Shipped quickly and install was easily done.
Date published: 2015-04-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Replacement for Allison One speakers!This is what I been looking for! After trying two other drivers Eminence and another brand. The Legend BP102-4 will bring your old Allison One's ( my are 37 years old) back to their old glory! I think they sound better than 90% of speakers sold today! But you do need to run them with about 300 watts per channel, they like the power! I nope this helps.
Date published: 2015-03-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sounds Great!I used these to replace the drivers I had in an old Yamaha 2x10 cabinet sealed. I wired them in series for an 8ohm load. This is part of a big Hartke rig I run. They are basically a monitor for the drummer.
Date published: 2015-03-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from fit perfectused it a a replacement in an ACOUSTIC Mini Stack and it sounds great
Date published: 2015-02-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Eminence Legend BP102-4 10" Bass Guitar Driver 200We use these speakers quite often and are pleased with their performance.
Date published: 2015-01-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Eminence BP102-4 Ampeg 410-HLF ReplacementThe BP102-4 is an excellent replacement for the Ampeg 410-HLF 4 ohm version. While you sacrifice some high end, you gain 50 watts more power handling over the OEM.
Date published: 2015-01-05
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Eminence Legend BP102-4 10" Bass Guitar Driver 200W 4 Ohm

Would this work as a replacement of 4 X 10" ampeg 410 cabinet with a SVT 3 - PRO amp.   

Asked by: Dirty Dog
As long as the original drivers were 4 ohm this will work well for that application.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2014-12-31

Hello, is this speaker available in 16 ohms?

Asked by: Black Bear
No, these are only available in 4 and 8 ohm models.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2014-12-01

Would this be a good replacement for a 10" Peavey 4ohms Model 121-4 speaker?

Asked by: creep1957
Yes this would work well as a replacement for that speaker.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2014-07-21

I am considering replacing the speakers in a Hartke 210XL cab to stack on top of an eminence cb115 cab. Would two of the BP102-4 speakers (wired in series to get to 8ohm) work well in this setup, or would you suggest something else?

Asked by: gyver1
A pair of these would work very well in an application like that.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2014-03-31

Can an SWR Baby Blue II 10" use this 4 Ohm speaker?

The speaker on my SWR Baby Blue II 10" recently blew. This 1-10 combo is rated 120 watts @ 8 Ohms. I'd like to be able to connect an old SWR Workingman's 10" extension cab to the BBII (I need to keep my equipment compact). Maybe the amp has enough power for both speakers, but I was thinking of changing both speakers to the BP102-4 for more power. At 4 Ohms the BBII goes to 160 watts. Is this workable - and wise? Thanks.
Asked by: TimC
If you are planning connecting an extension cab each woofer will have to be rated for 8 ohms in order to maintain a safe 4 ohm load to the amplifier. If you only plan on using the combo by itself this woofer will work fine.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2013-11-04

How to wire 2 of these in series with a compression driver following a crossover and maitaining 8 ohms.

This is being considered for a Carvin RL210T cab, which is currently 4 ohms, 400 watts. I need to switch it to 8 ohms. Do the comp driver and crossover affect the impedence? If so, what should the impedence of the hf driver be?
Asked by: classicrocker
The compression driver will affect the impedance, but the crossover won't. Basically, whatever you put on the low-freq output of the crossover is the impedance that the amplifier will see at frequencies below the crossover point; whatever you put on the high-freq output of the crossover is the impedance that the amplifier will see at frequencies above the crossover point. These two impedances can be different (but it's recommended that they not be). So, if you use 2 of the Eminence woofers in series, that will add up to 8 ohms, so the amp will have an 8 ohm load below the crossover point. If you then use an 8 ohm comp driver then there will be an 8 ohm load above the crossover point, which will make for an 8 ohm load at all frequencies, which is what you'll want. If, on the other hand, you use a 4 ohm comp driver then you'll still have the 8 ohm load from the woofers at low frequencies, but you'll now have a 4 ohm load at high frequencies. Doing that would cause all sorts of problems: the tweeter would get twice as much power as the woofer (so there'd be too much treble), you'd have to have crossovers rated for different impedances for the woofer and tweeter, and it wouldn't actually be a "8 ohm" speaker system because it would only be 8 ohms at low frequencies.So, you need an 8 ohm compression driver.
Answered by: eboyer
Date published: 2011-12-23
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