Potent and portable, the new Loudbox 100 produces over 100 watts of power and pure tone from a sophisticated bi-amped design that redefines Fishman's already high standard for acoustic guitar amplification.
Another legitimate breakthrough in the company's 25th Anniversary year, the Loudbox 100 is designed for acoustic players who need maximum power, projection and tone shaping in a highly compact and portable format.
A two-channel amplifier, the Loudbox 100 is conservatively rated at 100 watts (RMS cumulative) and can produce 114dB SPL (1 meter) from a bi-amped configuration with active crossover and Master Volume.
The Loudbox 100's Instrument Channel features extensive tone shaping with shelving style Bass and Treble, resonant Midrange and Notch Filter and Phase switch for feedback control. A 1/4" input with gain control, 10dB pad and Clip indicator is complemented by a dedicated effects loop and XLR D.I. Output.
A versatile Instrument/Microphone Channel includes 48V Phantom Power for condenser microphones along with Shelving Bass and Treble, Notch Filter, Phase Switch, and a 1/4" input and Balanced XLR input. Other useful features include a full complement of Digital Effects (Hall 1 & 2, Plate 1 & 2 and Chorus, with Channel and Master Levels); a Dedicated Effects Loop with Level control and XLR; an Auxiliary Stereo Input with Level Control; D.I. Output. It also features an Auxiliary Stereo Input with Level Control; Balanced XLR Outputs for Instrument Channel, Inst/Mic Channel and Main Mix D.I. Output; tweeter level control; a Tuner Output; Mute control for both channels and a Remote Mute Control footswitch.
Measuring only 16" x 13.5" x 11.5" (40.5cm x 34cm x 29cm) and weighing only 23 lbs., the new Loudbox 100 will be introduced at Winter NAMM 2006 (Booth #4258) and ship at the end of January with an MSRP of $699.95.