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Genz-Benz NEO-PAK 3.5
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bicross87 bicross87
Published on 12/21/08 at 09:59
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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