« Head amp road »Published on 10/19/12 at 02:19
For power, there is plenty you need: 2 x 375 watts into 8 ohms or 2 x 600 watts into 4 Ohms
I let you go on the manufacturer's website for the rest of the specifications: http://www.genzbenz.com/?fa=detail&mid=2393&sid=610&cid=95
Pros: very effective settings, footswith supplied complete, switch 115/230 Volts, weight (it weighs almost nothing this thing)
The -: fan a bit noisy, I would have preferred an equalizer tape
I struggled to get used to this amp at first, but now I find it very versatile and very short. I do metal, pop, musette, rock or variety, it sounds, this is a road head and compensates the weight of the speaker: oP
I play it with a baffle D410XLT Eden (4 Ohms) ... and good bass, so obviously it sounds good! If I compare the Mesa Boogie Basis M2000 I had in parallel, I would say the sound is more powerful, more accurate ... but less warm, after all depends on what you want!
Previously I tried a lot of things, the mark bass, hartke, the Ampeg, Peavey's and I think the head has a very "neutral", not as in specific grain Ampeg or Markbass example.
The +: dynamic sound settings very effective saturation preamp
The -: any less warm than the head lamp old
This amp is a true 4x4, allowing for a clear or saturated, but we must not close our eyes it will not replace any head lamp.
Now it is the job very well, it weighs less than a bass with an alder body and a full watts to play outside without getting back in front (not the Stade de France anyway). Briefly, after an adjustment period, I'm in this amp and do not regret this purchase, this is a really good product
I put 9/10 because I would have preferred an equalizer tape