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300 watts RMS @ 8 or 4 ohms,
6 band tone controls,
overdrive,
selectable damping,
compression with bypass,
can accommodate 6550 or EL34 output tubes,
(2) 1/4"; and (1) NL-4 (Speakon) output connections,
International voltage selection
19 in. X 7 in. X 11.5 in. (4U space in rack)
42 lbs.
Distortion Less Than .2%
Frequency Response 20hz to 15khz

Edited by Dad3353

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wow, that's a beauty. The 42lb is probably 30lb of 2 massive torroidal transformers... and a few bits ;)

I'm a bit old school, I never really trust lightweight heads - grunt needs mass. And I like the glow of valves, like tree lights at Christmas. Cheers me up :) 

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These are very very good heads indeed. Koch built the Eden and Sadowsky heads, and built a few Koch branded ones too the KB2500. All great sounding, super clear, super loud.

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Thanks Soledad. They certainly didn’t scrimp on design or manufacture. I think 42lb would be just over 19kgs in new money. The equivalent Ampeg is 28lb or 12.7kgs heavier 🤔

 

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Fabulous amp, but I couldn't have one, I'd just dribble on it.  And as they said in the old Budweiser ad: "I'm no electrician, but that's got to be dangerous."

Stunning head, mad price - so another bump.

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