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Rocktron Velocity 100 LTD Guitar Rack Power Amp
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The Velocity 100 LTD was designed to provide great flexibility and high reliability. This single-rackspace amplifier provides 55 watts of power per c...Click To Read More About This Product
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An updated version of one of the most popular rack mount guitar amps the company has produced.
The Velocity 100 LTD was designed to provide great flexibility and high reliability. This single-rackspace amplifier provides 55 watts of power per channel into a 4 ohm load, or 40 watts per channel into an 8 ohm load.
The Velocity 100 LTD utilizes thermal protection circuitry, along with protection from over voltage, under voltage or any shorts to the power supply. This allows reliable performance night after night without the stress of losing your sound. A front panel power switch and two front panel volume control knobs make operation as easy as possible.
The Channel 1 Level knob adjusts the output level (or overall volume) of channel one. The Channel 2 Level knob adjusts the output level of channel two. The Resonance control particularly beefs up the lower range, giving the Velocity 100 LTD extra performance at the low end of the sonic spectrum. The Presence control opens up the treble and higher end, offering more "voice" for solo playing.
The Velocity 100 LTD is designed for easy operation. Replacing a fuse is a simple procedure as well and a compartment is provided for storing a spare fuse.
- Input Impedance: 10k Ohms
- Maximum Input: +20dBu
- Maximum Gain: 26dB
- Dynamic Range: over 100dB
- Frequency Response: ±1dB, 20Hz - 20kHz
- Output Power (both channels driven @ 1% THD): 55 watts @ 4Î, 40 watts @ 8Î, 28 watts @ 16Î
- Power Consumption: 402 watts, 3.5A @ 115VAC
- Dimensions: 19" single rack space, 7.5" deep (190mm)
- Weight: 10 lb. (4.53 kg)
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- Easy To Use
- Excellent Sound
- Good Warmth
- Customer support can't get their story straight.
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Comments about Rocktron Velocity 100 LTD Guitar Rack Power Amp:
I picked one of these up because I wanted to shrink my rig for travel. It was on back order for a month, but had the patience because I had coupon. When it arrived the fan didn't work, I thought maybe it only kicked on when needed. After some use it got really hot & the fan still didn't kick on. I didn't want to damage it so I decided to contact Rocktron. I asked if the fan ran all the time or just when needed. The replay was "It runs all the time". I contacted M.F. and they made the exchange hassle free. When the 2nd one arrived the fan didn't work either. I knew I couldn't have gotten 2 lemons so I started to contact Rocktron again. This time after many inquiries I received nothing back from Rocktron. I decided to use a different approach. I sent an email as a "potential customer" under a different email, and sure enough got a reply the next day. I asked the same question about the fan but added I was looking for a power amp that doesn't have the "annoying fan that runs all the time". This time the email explained how the fan only turns on when it gets hot and the "amp would be perfect for me". To my surprise the email was signed off by the same person who told me earlier that it runs all the time. As for the amp it does it's job. The bottom end & high end controls are nice. They make it easy to adjust for different rooms without having to mess with presets if your using digital processors. I use it in stereo mode with a 4x12 cab using the minimum ohms. With that set up it's plenty loud for band use and you can't beat the the size & weight. I've used it for a few weeks now and it gets hot and the fan still hasn't kicked on. If it becomes a problem we'll just crack it open and mod it ourselves to where the fan runs all the time. After my experience with dealing with Rocktron on this issue I'm not worried about voiding any warranty. The company seems sketchy now days and the overseas stuff is short of the quality they built their name on in the 80's & 90's.