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Fryette Amplification Two Ninety Two
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Published on 08/29/06 at 04:49
VHT Two / Ninety / Two SERIES II (same look as the current VHT Two / Fifty / Two)
Stereo guitar amp lamps:
- 4 lamps pramplications, left right, you face amp (VHT source)
V1: 12AX7 China (Days of), V2: 12AU7 China (driver), V3: 12AX7 China (Days of), V4: 12AU7 China (driver)
- 4 power tubes:
4 * KT88 Soctek / Electro Harmonix (EH ... It's prfrera or Svetlana ...)
Rglage the BIAS: 38mA per tube, 0.072VDC per channel. The test points are the connections of the fuse for each channel, with the fuse removed without input signal (source: VHT).
- Power: 2 * 2 * 60Watts 98Watts or

FRONT:
- BY CHANNEL:
<ul> * 1 volume knob
* A-10db switch between the
* 1 knob prsence
Voicing switch * 1
* 1 knob deep
* 1 standby </ul> - 1 slecteur LOW POWER / POWER HIGHT (2 * 60Watts / 2 * 98Watts)
- 1 slecteur LOW FAN / FAN HIGHT (rear fan speed slow or fast)
- 2 fuses (1A per channel)

REAR:
- Input to 2 jack 6.35, with a position to use the two mono cots of the amp without connecting two cables.
- 4 output jack HP 6.35.
- 2 slecteurs of impdances by channel (4/8/16 ohms) (1 per channel)
- 1 6A fuse for power gnral.

Missing input jack to switch the mode Voicing,-10db and deep with a MIDI switcher ... as you can do with the Mesa 2:90.

UTILIZATION

The manual is in two pages: the description of the connectivity and rglages.
The switch LOW POWER / POWER HIGHT low volume has no effect, it must reach a high volume or power 8 HP to be able to feel it! We use the-10db switch for use in low volume with little HP.

It is very easy to explore the possibilities of the amp. Indeed, each rglage is of extreme precision. Each rotation, even low, knobs REALLY works on rendering Audible. Bravo for the rpartition linear through the range of knobs!

SOUNDS

A good place for SETTING THE prsence and deep that really an extended field of action. The frquences affected have chosen t as well. Of course, rendering dpendra brand and wear lamps ...
Voicing mode is quality and it goes very easy to sound "soft" sound heavier and brighter.

Used in the clear
The sound is a bit cold over a Mesa 50/50 or 2:90 ... this impression must be due to the fact that Mesa has a darker sound and more dug in than mdium VHT, giving her a slightly more round in Mesa.
Used in the saturated:
It apprcira the precision of a relative's Mesa is fluid, clear and has NIAQUE! : 0)

OVERALL OPINION

Among the lamps power amps I had (Marshall EL84 20/20, 20/20 Mesa and Mesa 50/50), except the weight ... the VHT Two / Ninety / Two is the best all viewpoints (sound quality, possibility of rglage, power, quality workmanship, quality components and the look (it's subjective - ))).

Most:
- CONTRL prcis deep and adjustable (over a Mesa 2:90, for example ...).
- Trs practice: A standy by channel, adjustable fan speed, low power, single position, being protected by a fuse out ...
- A good trs CONTRL of loudness. We can play without problem low volume.
- KT88 lamps that I got, and have more niaque of clarity as 6L6
- Finishing impcable: components of quality rpart weight perfectly.
- Appropriately priced relative competition (nine 1800euros)
The -:
- Weight: 15.9 kg (on my person electronic PSE, 0))

This amp provides another dimension my System. Note that even when no one extreme with a Difference Mesa 50/50...le VHT is PRCI ...
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