Swedish bass amplification company EBS has unveiled the Reidmar 750 lightweight bass amp. Continuing the Reidmar series, the 750 carries many of the same features of its predecessor while adding extra power and several features.
The Reidmar 750 features an analog preamp combined with a Class D power amp to have an output of 750 watts at four ohms. The preamp is almost identical to the original Reidmar with a 4-band EQ, sweepable mid-frequency, a built-in compressor/limiter, a character filter, and a filter bypass. A new feature on the front panel is a Drive control to dial in some grit to your tone. The back of the amp includes a remote footswitch input, an effects loop, and a balanced XLR output complete with ground lift and post-EQ switches. An optional EBS RM-4 footswitch gives access to toggle the Character Filter, EQ-section, Drive, and Mute functions on or off.
The EBS Reidmar 750 is expected later this year with an approximate street price of $846.75.
EBS Reidmar 750 Bass Amp Details:
|Power Amp:||Class-D Power Amp|
|Output Power:||750 W Dynamic Output @ 4 ohms|
|Front Panel:||Built-in Compressor, Character Filter, 4-band EQ, Filter Bypass, Notch Filter, Bright Filter, Drive|
|Back Panel:||XLR-Out with Speaker Simulation, Footswitch Inputs, Effects Loop|
|Optional Footswitch:||EBS RM-4 to control Character Filter (On/Off), EQ-section (On/Bypass), Drive (On/Off) and Mute|
|Power:||120 V/230V switchable|
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