Acoustic Amplification has introduced a new series of Class-D/Neo bass amplifiers including heads, cabinets, and combo amps. The new models are approximately 40 percent lighter than the company’s previous models.
New head units include the B300HD, B600HD, and the B1000HD. Common controls on each head are a blendable overdrive circuit, an Acousti-Comp compression, a Notch filter with frequency control, an effects loop, and a Direct Out with ground lift. The 300-watt B300HD head weighs in at 6.6 pounds and has a 5-band rotary EQ, while the 600-watt B600HD weighs 7.2 pounds and has a 6-band edge-lit graphic EQ. Both lighter models have headphone and aux-in jacks, but the larger, 1000-watt B1000HD does note. It has an 8-band edge-lit graphic EQ and weighs 8.2 pounds.
The matching cabinets in the series utilize neodymium magnet speakers and rear-facing port designs. Ranging from 400 to 800 watts, they come in 1×12, 1×15, 2×10, and 4×10 configurations. Other common features include 1/4” (parallel) single locking-barrel inputs, spring-loaded steel handles, and a high-frequency horn with defeat switch. The BN410 has caster sockets.
Finally, the series has three combos: the BN3112, the BN3115, and the BN6210. Tone shaping controls include a edge-lit graphic EQs, defeatable notch filters, and super Hi & Lo EQ boosts for sculpting your sound. The BN3112 and the BN3115 are both rated at 300 watts, but have 1×12” and 1×15” configurations, respectively. They carry the same features of the B300HD, while the BN6210 adds the 6-band edge-lit graphic EQ and bumps the power up to 600 watts.
The Acoustic Amplification Class-D/Neo series amps are available now with heads priced between $349.99 and $699.99, cabs priced between $399.99 and $699.99, and combos between $499.99 and $749.99.
Acoustic Amplification B1000HD Bass Head Features: