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Genz-Benz NEO-PAK 3.5
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  • Anonymous

    Genz-Benz NEO-PAK 3.5Published on 12/21/08 at 12:08
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    See below

    USE

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    SOUNDS

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    NOTICE GLOBAL

    A great amp, very neutral and advantageously allows coloring the sound of his instrument ... but even in 4 ohm, with 350 watt announced it sorely lacks power! It must be said that the performance of the amplifier (and speakers) should be preferred to the power ... and in this case we get winded 80db ....
    So, consider power equivalent to that of an amp 60W into 8 ohms and 100 / 120W into 4 ....
    When is an indication of the sound power dBA ???? Tired of watt cans ...
  • bicross87bicross87

    Genz-Benz NEO-PAK 3.5Published on 12/21/08 at 09:59
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This is an amp trslger of:
    -350 Watts 4 ohms
    -220 Watts 8 ohms

    Prampli lamp (one 12AX7), power amp transistor, a rail 8.

    Level connections:
    Front, we have: Between instrument jack, tuner out
    Rear facing: DI output XLR and jack, Send and return, 2 Speakon outputs, 2 outputs Speaker jack, power supply connector

    Rglage Level:

    Front: Switch Active / Passive, Mute, Gain, Vol Preamp, Bass, Mid Gain, Mid frquence, Treeble, Bass Boost Switch, Switch Hollow medium, treeble Boost Switch, Master Volume, Limiter Switch

    Rear facing: Switch to line level DI / Mic Switch DI pre / post four, Ground Lift Switch

    In addition, the faade possde 5 LED:
    Clip the power amp
    Signal
    Th…
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    This is an amp trslger of:
    -350 Watts 4 ohms
    -220 Watts 8 ohms

    Prampli lamp (one 12AX7), power amp transistor, a rail 8.

    Level connections:
    Front, we have: Between instrument jack, tuner out
    Rear facing: DI output XLR and jack, Send and return, 2 Speakon outputs, 2 outputs Speaker jack, power supply connector

    Rglage Level:

    Front: Switch Active / Passive, Mute, Gain, Vol Preamp, Bass, Mid Gain, Mid frquence, Treeble, Bass Boost Switch, Switch Hollow medium, treeble Boost Switch, Master Volume, Limiter Switch

    Rear facing: Switch to line level DI / Mic Switch DI pre / post four, Ground Lift Switch

    In addition, the faade possde 5 LED:
    Clip the power amp
    Signal
    Thermal protection
    Set protection
    Power

    It would be hard to do more complete!

    UTILIZATION

    Setup is simple, all afternoon, a ring of fire god dj ...
    The sound is good trs, trs hot prcis and round the same time! One of the best amp I've experienced in sound, but because there is a "but" ...

    Major concern with this power head! Pluttddie people playing in training quiet type jazz / pop, as in 8 ohms, in a formation with two guitar oriented rock, it is quickly the limits of the head!

    We must therefore choose its head depending on the use made of it (is why I could sell mine)

    The manual is concise and clear, nothing wrong, but in English!

    For the sake of power, I do that 8

    SOUNDS

    I play rock, blues East, with an Ibanez ATK405 ...
    The sound is simply gnial! Too bad the power amp is a bit more Balze!

    But the sound is really excellent!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for about 2 months!
    What I like: The sound, weight, look, the simplicity of rglage!
    I dislike: the lack of power into 8 ohms, but you can not ask too much too lightweight an amp!
    If you are looking for more big power, direct you to the Markbass ...

    The ratio quality price is OK, it's a bit expensive, but it is a good head trs

    With exprience, I turned plutt a more powerful head of the brand, the Neo as relatively feeble in power ... Too bad, because the sound is great!
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  • pat27pat27

    Genz-Benz NEO-PAK 3.5Published on 01/02/09 at 07:04
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Amplification has preamp lamp: 1 * 12AX7
    transistor amplifier
    8 ohms: 225 w
    4 ohms: 350 w
    2 ohms: 500 w
    for all is the connection (see other post)
    Me: I love not having the tuner output facade, too bad.

    UTILIZATION

    The setup is very simple is not a gas plant
    we get it very easily the desired sound.
    For my part, there was no manual with the amp (used)

    SOUNDS

    I play Celtic rock, is well suited to this style is not an amp musique.ce typbr /> I use a cort b5 h, and a Schecter Diamond Series 5 string lefty.
    The advantage of this GB is the neo pak PRESHAPE: 1 bass boost (for my part, if not always switched the sound is poor!) a hollow shape which mediums an…
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    Amplification has preamp lamp: 1 * 12AX7
    transistor amplifier
    8 ohms: 225 w
    4 ohms: 350 w
    2 ohms: 500 w
    for all is the connection (see other post)
    Me: I love not having the tuner output facade, too bad.

    UTILIZATION

    The setup is very simple is not a gas plant
    we get it very easily the desired sound.
    For my part, there was no manual with the amp (used)

    SOUNDS

    I play Celtic rock, is well suited to this style is not an amp musique.ce typbr /> I use a cort b5 h, and a Schecter Diamond Series 5 string lefty.
    The advantage of this GB is the neo pak PRESHAPE: 1 bass boost (for my part, if not always switched the sound is poor!) a hollow shape which mediums and a shape that boosts the mids a delight for slap!!
    if not of very good material, I love its facade with clear blue LEDs !!!!! Behind a place where the lamp Pramper: hummmmmmmm !!!!!!!!!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it since March 2008, I changed it with a Markbass afien cons ht 503 was more powerful, but I fell for the prshape really effective!
    IMPORTANT!: I use it with 2 boxes ashdown abm: 1 * 15p, 10p and 1 2 * is a version of 350w at 4 ohms and power is ample, unlike what I have read of other post (I wish I Specifies that availing oneself version II, which can get up at 2 ohms 500Watts, unlike the version I)
    I also (importantly) the lamp Pramper chang (Chinese) against a series philips tsf it gives a bigger sound (fawn all proportion ampeg guard!)
    I also brushed aluminum facade's, its buttons contrle aluminum (no plastic!) and notched Entirely!
    what I love most: this damn prshape!!
    and also the ability assayed Pramper has the desire to light fawn has to saturate (for aficionados !!!!)
    weight!!
    I like the least: it lacks a low contrle medium rather, that it is not the 19-inch rack width: addition of 2 querries Bond Fixing

    Report qualitprix is ​​excellent, without that choice I will ever hsitations even if today I put up for sale
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