Music Corp. Page 2: Operation Manual The Eden World Tour products group is the result of our quest for ultimate bass tone and maximum reliability. Your amplifier was designed, engineered and manufactured equivalent to aircraft vibration standards and housed in a one-piece aluminum case with steel top to ensure maximum reliability. Page 3 The Eden line of World Tour amplifiers is the result of our research and development in combining high performance and compact size.
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With the WTB, the upgrade was to the power supply to enable bridge mono at 4 ohms and of course quite a bit more power. So the individual channels went from w 4ohms up to per side, and w 2ohms per side.
The power amps being able to handle a 2-ohm load is what allows the bridged operation to handle a 4-ohm and with this gets w 8ohms bridged and w 4ohms. The B also has a better cooling system, mainly facilitated by improved venting. This is evident by the oval chassis vent holes instead of the old round ones. The WTC is the easiest to tell. The logo is no longer stenciled onto the front of the chassis.
This is lit from behind so that it glows when you turn the amp on. The catch phrase on the street is the Porch Light. The more important upgrades are the 20dB-cut Mute Switch not true cutoff, but huge drop in gain so you can softly tune, yet still hear yourself on stage. Absolutely needed when trying to set up the exact tone you want for recording or getting the right sound for a live gig D. There is, however, a WT, version D.
Each of them got a letter designation A, B, C, D. However, these letters were only added to the model number on the BACK of the unit A few years back, David upgraded the power section
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