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Fishman Loudbox Mini

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Price: $329.95

Condition: New
Item Code: ISI3640.

Product Description

SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Power: 60W with Master Volume
  • Drivers: 6.5″ woofer, 1″ tweeter
  • Speaker baffle: 10 built-in tilt
  • Dimensions: 12″ H x 13.7″ W x 9.7″ D (305mm x 349mm x 247mm)
  • Weight: 19.7 lbs. (8.6 kgs)
  • Two channels: instrument & microphone
  • Digital Reverb and Chorus
  • Auxiliary input (1/4″ and 1/8″)
  • D.I. output: balanced XLR output
  • Loudbox Mini Slip Cover (ACC-LBX-SC5) sold separately

INSTRUMENT & MIC CHANNELS:

  • 1/4″ input for active or passive pickups
  • Feedback-fighting Phase switch
  • 3 band EQ: low, mid, high tone controls
  • Reverb level
  • Dual-function Chorus
  • XLR input for dynamic microphones
  • 2 band EQ with low and high tone controls
  • Reverb level

Additional Information

Weight 25 lbs
Dimensions 20 × 20 × 20 in

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