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Nikko44700 Nikko44700
Publié le 08/31/09 à 12:30
According to the manufacturer, 350w amplifier transistors in 4oms, about 160 sub 8oms. In reality it is very very far off!
The equalization is not very pertinante either. The connection is complete however. But it is far from Mag or ABM series are very good qualities.

USE

Simple to use as always with Ashdown. No need to book.

SOUNDS

I tested it for over an hour on three different speakers: Ashdown ABM 410 Ashdown Mag 115 MarkBass 2x10 with a fender precision. So in 8 and 4 oms combining.
We find the ashdown grain, but the power is not at all go even pushing thoroughly. A combo Fender Rumble 100 a + fishing! It's very disappointing from a brand that never let me down before. In fact it is a head that can be useful to work in the studio, but do not expect to play with a group if there is a drummer unless it is of very soft music. The equalizer is not great at all. It is far from the versatility of other Ashdown heads.
I have not tested the 1000 version of Little Giant however.
Basically I'm not ready to part with my config Head Mag 300 coupled to a pregnant Mag 210 deep!

NOTICE GLOBAL

Basically if you are looking for a small head for group play, orient yourself the MarkBass. The Little Giant is the big mistake in Ashdown. If you are attached to the brand, the Mag 300 EVO II is far better and cheaper.
ESPECIALLY THE TEST BEFORE BUYING !!!
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