Ultrasound relaunches the DS4 amplifier
Ultrasound announced the return of the DS4 two-channel amplifier for acoustic instruments.
The Ultrasound DS4 amplifier can be used with electric acoustic guitars and basses, mandolins, ukuleles, etc. It provides 50W of power and uses two 8" coaxial speaker.
The Master section features a volume control and 16 DSP effects that can be assigned to either or both channels simultaneously.
On the rear is an effect loop send and return jacks, a footswitch input, direct and line inputs, an RCA input for auxiliary audio players and its level control.
Channel 1 can receive an instrument or a microphone, thanks to the 1/4" and XLR inputs and the fantom power. A volume control is available for this channel as well as a two-band EQ. The second channel includes a notch filter and an on/off switch that can be used to cut the mid frequencies and boost the low and high-end.
US price of the DS4 is $599. More information at www.ultrasoundamps.com.
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