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Re: Winter NAMM 2012 show!

Posted: Sun Jan 22, 2012 12:52 am
by jmcgliss
Great photos! Looks like it's powering one or two DNS-112N's? Running this into a DNS-410 would have had the sound police riled up for sure. Before NAMM, the test team had David's dogs yelping for their lives, without even trying. But it was the aurally pleasing type of punishing tone!! :D :mrgreen: :dance:

Re: Winter NAMM 2012 show!

Posted: Sun Jan 22, 2012 8:33 am
by bassmayhem
Wow!

It seems like a hit. The only "fly in the beaker" may be the fact that the labeling of the controls are difficult to see when the amp is situated below eye level. I have the same dilemma with my G**z B**z ShuttleMax 12.0. I had prefered the labeling above the pots, but that's me and my old dim eyes.

Anyhow, time to sell some stuff from the basement...

Re: Winter NAMM 2012 show!

Posted: Sun Jan 22, 2012 8:48 am
by Bassmann1968
I thought the same Roger, but then thought about how much I look on the labeling when operating my NAV and found that I don't need the labeling, because I know which button is which.

Re: Winter NAMM 2012 show!

Posted: Sun Jan 22, 2012 11:44 am
by bassmayhem
Yes, but here - like on the ShMax - the pots look the same, have the same colour and are placed in a row, so you have to count them from left to roght to find the right one. Different coloured line on different type of pots, maybe?
I find this an issue, otherwise I wouldn't have said anything. Also, you have the aluminium front with aluminium pots... kinda stealth... Xactly like th ShMax...

- Labeling above pots,
- Some guide line between different "areas",
- Coloured lines on the pots, or the best of all
- Coloured O-rings on the pots

My suggestion...
Otherwise: WOW, Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!

Re: Winter NAMM 2012 show!

Posted: Sun Jan 22, 2012 12:30 pm
by Bassmann1968
Yes, only the TONE label helps.
The labeling could have been above the knobs.
Especially now that the stacks wont be that high anymore with those cabs.