Ampeg PF-800 Portaflex 800-Watt Class-D Bass Amp Head. New with Full Warranty!

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Astoria, NY, United States
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The PF-800 delivers the superior performance of Ampeg’s Portaflex Series bass heads in an ultra-compact 800-watt design perfect for power-hungry bassists that demand uncompromising tone. Plug into a pair of Portaflex bass enclosures for a vintage-styled rig that is extremely powerful, portable and undeniably Ampeg.

Specs
RMS power output: 800W @ 4 ohms
Preamp: MOSFET
Power amp: Class D
Tone controls: Bass, mid, treble
Mid-tone control: 5-position
Ultra Hi/Lo boosts
Onboard compressor
Balanced direct out
Pre/post EQ option
-40 dB pad
Ground lift
FX loop with dedicated mix control (foot switchable)
Power amp in/preamp out
1/8” headphone out / line in
-15 dB input pad
Mute (foot switchable)
Power supply: switching
Dimensions (H x W x D inches):
3  x 15 x 11 in
80  x 381 x 272 mm
Handling weight:  11.8 lbs / 5.35 kg

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