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NAMM 2010: Ecoustic Acoustic Guitar Amps by Peavey Debuted
Peavey proudly announces the new the Ecoustic E110, E208 and E20 acoustic guitar amplifiers, a trio of full-range, two-channel amps with dedicated EQ on each channel and transparent solid-state preamps.
Peavey Ecoustic Series amplifiers are highly versatile amplification systems designed for acoustic instruments, vocals and line-level devices such as samplers and audio players in performance and rehearsal applications.
The Ecoustic E110 provides 100 watts of clean power into a bi-amplified system containing a 10" full-range loudspeaker and a high-frequency horn. Both channels operate independently, with 9-band graphic EQ on channel 1 and two-band adjustment on channel 2, a Notch Filter and Phase Inverter on channel 1 to control feedback, footswitchable Mute/Tuner, and more. The master section includes digital reverb, chorus and delay with channel assignment and parameter adjustment, and the optional foot controller allows users to access up to eight presets plus an onboard looper.
The Ecoustic E208 and Ecoustic E20 are rated at 30 watts and 20 watts, respectively, and have a compact, lightweight design that make them ideal for rehearsals. The Ecoustic 208 features built-in chorus and reverb, and both models include headphone outputs for quiet practicing.
- 100 watts of power
- Two independent channels
- Solid-state preamp
- 1 x 10? full-range loudspeaker plus 1 x 3? high frequency horn
- Nine-band graphic EQ on channel 1
- Combo XLR-Â¼? input on each channel
- Footswitchable Phase inverter for controlling feedback
- Notch Filter on channel 1 for controlling feedback
- Two-band EQ on channel 2
- Master volume
- Reverb, chorus and delay with parameter adjustment
- Advanced WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) technology
- Premium mic preamp
- Footswitchable tuner/mute out
- Up to 8 effect presets with optional foot controller
- Onboard looper with optional foot controller Ecoustic E208
? 30 watts of power ? Two channels ? Solid-state preamp ? 2 x 8? premium full-range loudspeakers ? 1/4? input on channel 1 & combo XLR-Â¼? input on channel 2 ? Headphone output ? Analog chorus ? Spring reverb ? Separate level controls for each channel ? Dedicated EQ for each channel
? 20 watts of power ? Two channels ? Solid-state preamp ? 1 x 8? premium full-range loudspeaker ? Separate Â¼? inputs ? Headphone output ? Separate level controls for each channel ? Dedicated EQ for each channelPosted on 15 Jan 2010 13:12 to category : Instruments News
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