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|Package Weight||22.2 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||23.25 x 17.65 x 4.75"|
|Input Sensitivity||1V for Full Power into 8 Ohms|
|Input Impedance||44 kOhms, Balanced 22 kOhms, Unbalanced|
|Gain||Not Specified by Manufacturer|
|Frequency Response||10Hz - 40kHz, ±0.5dB|
|Signal-to-Noise Ratio||Not Specified by Manufacturer|
|Total Harmonic Distortion (THD)|
|Input Connections||2 x XLR Female 2 x 1/4" (6.3mm) Jacks 1 x 6-Pin Removable Terminal Block 1 x AC Power In|
|Output Power||200W RMS Per Channel @ 8 Ohms Stereo 280W RMS Per Channel @ 4 Ohms Stereo 560W RMS @ 8 Ohms Bridged-Mono|
|Controls Front Panel||1 x Power Switch 2 x Level Control Knobs|
|Controls (Rear)||1 x Stereo/Bridge Mode Selector Switch 1 x Ground-Lift Switch|
|Indicators||1 x Blue Power LED 2 x Red Protect LEDs 2 x Red Clip LEDs 2 x Green Signal LEDs|
|Cooling||SmartFan Convection Cooling, Silent Fan-Assisted System|
|Power||120VAC, 60Hz, 1000W (Max)|
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||19 x 1.75 x 13.5" (483 x 44 x 343mm)|
|Weight||19.8 lbs (9 kg)|
|Output Connectors||4 x 5-Way Binding Posts (2 Per Channel)|
|Damping Factor||> 100|
Compact quality amplifier, great for smaller installation. The ability to lock out the gain controls with the included blanking panel is a nice feature as well.
I know there are hundreds of bass players who use a Tech21 SansAmp or similar to improve their sound. If you do you are are likely inserting it between your bass and a typical bass guitar amp..
I am rebuilding the AV system for a small congregation and I needed an amp to replace a cheap one mounted underneath the podium. I chose this one because of the whisper quiet fans so that I would not have to rewire all the speaker cables by placing the amp in the back.
In it's first use, in a dark club powering a couple Marshall 4x12's, it was tremendous. But I live in an apartment with thin walls, and don't run high levels, much less even own a guitar amp. When I powered the amp at my home workstation with vintage NFM's, I was like, "Oh no!
I had called Sweetwater to inquier about a similar power amp and my rep suggested this one. (Thanks TJ) The other amp had a fan (A little noisy for a controll room) and this one doesn't. I'm using it to power an old pair of NS10's. It's clean and quiet!
It's only been a few weeks, but this amp is the perfect power amp for my 4RU bass rig. Paired with the BBE compressor, the sound is powerful and transparent. I was looking for something like my Gallien Kreuger RB800 only in stereo (with twice the power) to power a 2x10 and a 1x15 cabinet, with...
I provide audio visual to companies and was tired of hauling a ton of equipment.Thinking outside the box, and with the help of the Sweetwater staff, I bought the ART-SLA-2 to be a single space amp to provide power to my 4 space rack.
This is a conventional sled amp in a 1U package. I use it for bass guitar. Couldn't ask for a better sound. It goes very deep, but still sounds tight -- the hallmark of a well-designed Class AB amp with a traditional (non-switching) power supply.
I purchased this amp to monitor my vocals/instrumentation in a live environment. I know this amp in descriptively intended to use in a studio environment but I needed a powerful 1U amp and thought I'd give it a try.
Great little amp. It powers 4 Ohm speakers effortlessly. Unfortunately, since I was using this nearfield, I could readily hear significant transformer hum during quiet passages or no music output. So, the black background isn't as black even as some midfi stuff.