The Barbetta SONA 31C Keyboard Combo Amplifier delivers 225W continuous RMS power from 2 - 8" woofers and a 5" horn tweeter -- and it weighs only 35 ...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Barbetta SONA 31C Keyboard Combo Amplifier delivers 225W continuous RMS power from 2 - 8" woofers and a 5" horn tweeter -- and it weighs only 35 lbs. Like all Barbetta amps, the SONA 31C keeps it together on the low end, has bell-like clarity on the highest notes, and the middle notes sound absolutely fantastic. It features a modified Linkwitz-Reilly active line-level crossover specially tailored for the SONA 31C. Ported reflex cab with proportional damping is made of polyurethane bonded wood. The power section is a fully discrete, bipolar, class AB design with a slew rate of 70 volts per microsecond. Active level control. 3-band EQ. Barbetta built 5 input channels including an XLR mic input into the SONA 31C combo amp.
225W RMS power, 450W peak
Fully discrete, bipolar, class AB power section design
Slew rate: 70 volts per microsecond
2 - 8" woofers and 5" horn tweeter
Woofer magnet 40 oz.
2", 2-layer on Kapton former voice coil
Low frequency response: 3dB down at 41Hz
High frequency response 3dB down at 22kHz
Crossover point: 2780Hz
Crossover type: active, line level, modified Linkwitz-Reilly specially tailored to this model
Crossover filter: 18dB per octave
Polyurethane-bonded wood cabinet
Damping factor (woofer): 5000 at 1kHz and full power
Damping factor (tweeter): 3500 at 10kHz and full power
Protection: dynamic current limiting and over-temperature shut-down
Low level signal bandwidth: 200kHz
System hum and noise (all inputs at minimum): -95dB below full output
17-1/4"H x 15-1/4"W x 12-1/4"D
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