- Dec 10, 2018
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^Lots of people have talked about throwing a 12" in the combo but I don't think anyone ever actually did it. I was swapping tubes in mine yesterday and looking in there it looks like there's room. Question is - is it the speaker or the cab size?
Yes...why they didn't use exactly the same size box (and speaker) as the 2525c, is beyond me. I'm sure there are folks who have put 12" speakers in their Studio combos though.
I seem to remember when they released them Marshall said they tried them with a 12", but decided they sounded better with a 10".
@purpleplexi just forgot that @lp1987x and several others have completed the task.
Although the above baffle was not tampered with and not cut out for a 12" speaker. Put in to check fit and placement, eventually he just used the original machine screw top left, and drywall for the other three. (no cutting baffle.) Said there were no adverse affects. (Could always cut a separate baffle keeping the original, if there ever was a resale.)
I’m not completely sure about this, only because the SC and the SV combos are a slightly smaller than the Jubilee Studio.
The mini Jub originally came out years before the SC and SV did in 2019.
It wasn’t even called a “Studio” until Marshall included it with the other two and called them the “Studio” line in 2019.
edit: IMO Rear panels make a difference the way they are ported to help with bass frequencies in a combo, without having an extension cab.