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Eden WT1250 World Tour Power Amp
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The WT1250 World Tour Power Amp is the perfect power section for the WP100 preamp (sold separately), or you can feed it from a main amp to power extr...Click To Read More About This Product
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The WT1250 World Tour Power Amp is the perfect power section for the WP100 preamp (sold separately), or you can feed it from a main amp to power extra speakers. It delivers 2 x 450W and 1000W RMS mono bridged at 4 ohms with a minimum of 3dB of headroom. It provides ample connections: balanced inputs, dual 1/4" plugs, binding post, and NL-4 outputs. International voltage selection and tone balance add to its versatility. A front-panel bridged mono/stereo switch and automatic output limiting enhance its ease of use. Includes rackmount hardware.
- Hi-fidelity sound
- 2 x 450W and 1000W RMS mono bridged at 4 ohms
- Front-panel bridged/stereo switch
- 2 channels
- Balanced inputs
- 1/4", binding post, and NL-4 outputs
- Automatic output limiting
- International voltage selection and tone balance
A great way to power extra speakers for the big shows. Order the WT1250 power amp today.
WT1250 World Tour Power Amp
- Power: 2 x 450W RMS @ 4 ohms
Power Mono Bridge: 1000W RMS @ 4 ohms
Frequency Response: 10Hz - 20kHz ±2dB
Dimensions: 17"W x 3-1/2"H x 14-1/2"D
Weight: 28 lbs.
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I had tried all kinds of PA amps for my bass rig including the venerable Crown Macrotechs. I switched to PA amps because I could never get the punch and definition I desired (at the same time) from GK, Ampeg, or Genz Benz. When I played my preamp through the WT1250 I was floored. I sounded warm and organic like my old Mesa 400 tube amp, but had the punch and clarity of my Crown. The tone knobs on the amp are all I need to account for the acoustics of different rooms and cabinet positions. I dial in my preamp tone at home and tweak the 1250 when I am playing live.