Rated Power and Load:
700W RMS into 2 ohms
475W RMS into 4 ohms
275W RMS into 8 ohms
The power is there in this amplifier transistor, a surprising presence.
Adjustment traditional PreGain, bass, middle, mid switch, treble, volume. Nothing extraordinary. What is extraordinary is the quality of these settings.
Contour adjustable pad active and bright full function with this grace.
Indicated by 15-15 dB, these settings are not misleading. The high linearity of all the settings on this amp is also very nice, especially after going through the tumbling amp before mid-race to nothing behind.
The head is a little heavy, but still very acceptable weight, knowing that handles (2 on top and one on the edge) are placed perfectly.
Super simple setup, a super ...
Inputs and outputs pre amp out and power amp in are also quite pleasant to get my sound directly into my PC or amplify my didgeridoo without going through the settings.
The head can withstand 2ohm load, never try, I thought quickly add a 4x10 "for my 1x15" (8ohm) but the power convinced me.
The great fault of the head (in my eyes only, or if I have perhaps not yet found the right settings) that is sorely lacking in a crunch. Pushing back the pre gain, the sound becomes runny but not fat enough by my standards. Little overdrive and this is set but had to find a fault ...
Princialement I play classical, metal, jazz, and everything happens as a letter in the mail with this head.
I play mostly ineffective, my basses are active. The sound is crystal hand, dominates the warm lights (quite honestly I was looking lamps initially), this potato is also slap as tapping ...
The outline provides a huge plus and helps me unwind in the metal with my band.
The amp sounds may even be too hot, but cutting a little low, this should be correct, but I love it so much that I did not try.
I use it for 2 months.
Before I owned a harley benton a behringer BXL3000A a transistor ampeg I tried moult head and I have long played a marshall valvstate offering me a fat as I like.
This amp was a big favorite by her sublime and reserve.
I think I'll add a 4x10 "behringer (the 500W are now, so I want a 4ohm speaker with enough in reserve to host weddings and receptions).
I would do this choice without hesitation, even at 2 times the price!