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Eden Amplification NA320
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Lonewolf Lonewolf
Publié le 01/11/08 à 10:09
Full head amp transistor (FET well recess) of 320W into 4 ohm and about 200 in 8.

faade in:
Between instruments size jack, gain of (push pull to activate the pad-12db), compressor activation switch and knob enhancer, a semi equa paramtrique dbraillable, the four three main band and the master knob. Finally, the headphone output.

On the back:
HP 4ohm three outputs (two jacks in / / and a Speakon), an effects loop, DI and an output for a tuner

All in a 2U standard, not too heavy.

Just how good classic. Well, the electric blue lighting when you put on, I'd rather pass but ...

UTILIZATION

How not to get a good sound with this kind of stuff? Bad bass cabinet has a breathless, and play dsaccord be false.
It is the strong point of these amps, they know everything, but as so often with this kind of stuff, it excels anywhere either, it is relatively transparent.

The trs rglages are efficient, quality Eden, by against almost all knobs are notched, they move quickly, but I think some find it a shame about the precision.

The manual, summary, limited gaps, the new version Submitted error when the load exits HP mini is 4 ohms and not two (it has to NA650), but hey, the old version (I had with my head) does not even prcisait this state of affairs.

Dtails out of these small, even when it is necessary to spend some time on finding the rglages because each rotation of knob or activation of the comp and EQ semi param changes everything.

[edit of 11/01/08]
Well actually m'tre APRS information from the technical service of Eden, it appears that the NA320 can indeed turn into 2ohm, but it is relatively well because recess is deprecated Fatigue normment the amp.

SOUNDS

Then the sound, as I said above, it's good for everything, but not all forcment excellent, the sound is fairly neutral, but trs dynamic, There's a potato monster.

So, do not bother to look for the grain garage or vintage rock, especially if you possdez low active high SERIES modern ultra sanitizes and you plug in a traditional 410 115 not it You will need an old bass passive pickups with a large grain, small OD friendly (no question of saturating the head, do not even think), and plutt one (or two) baffle 212 ( history of giving back to the sound of the round).

OVERALL OPINION

I play in a group of large rock that exudes motorheadien Gibson and Marshall, but I have an old and unlikely Fender Jazz Bass Special (actually more like a Precision rework) with Duncan Quarter Pound pickups, a Maxon OD old, and I wait for a 212 in Eden to the end of the year (sick of 410 boats), a well-compensated transparency of the head and I can use the beautiful dynamics of leisure the machine.

For the price, I am extremely satisfied, but certainly not the charm and grain dvastateur an old Ampeg SVT, but ...
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