Portable floor power amp
Loudster is a compact power amp specially designed for guitarists.
This portable 75-watt power amp puts out a huge, natural tone with musical power. With Loudster at the end of your FX chain, you can forget about hauling an amp around－plug into any cab and you’re set.
Portable floor power amp designed for guitarists
Compact size, lightweight aluminum casing
Gives volume and voice to your drive pedals and amp modelers
Up to 75 Watts output power
Compatible with cabinets of different impedances ranging from 4-16Ω
High quality tone with simple volume control
High input impedance keeps your tone immaculate
18-20V DC power supply (center positive)
WHAT IS A POWER AMP?
A power amp is an electronic amplifier that amplifies low-power electronic audio signals (electric guitar pickups, pedal/preamp/amp modelers) to a level that is strong enough to drive loudspeakers. It is typically the final stage of an audio signal chain before going to the speaker cabinets.
The output signal of preamp pedals and amp modelers are generally too weak to drive a cabinet, and this is where Loudster comes in.
WHAT DOES LOUDSTER DO?
Guitarists don’t want to haul around big amp rigs anymore. Some are hooking up digital multi-effects to run straight to the house, but most guitarists want to hear an amplified sound through a dedicated speaker cabinet.
Loudster is the middleman between your beloved amp tone and a speaker cab. Whatever you put in front of it gets up to 75 watts output power and huge SPLs! One knob control lets you adjust the overall volume in real time.
WHAT WORKS GREAT IN FRONT OF LOUDSTER?
Amp in a box (with preamp)
Digital amp modeling unit (profilers, multi-effects)
Other amplifier (using FX loop SEND as output)
Input jack for connecting your audio source.
Speaker Output (4-16ohms) jack for connecting cabinet.
Controls: Blend, Drive, Comp, Volume, Bass, Middle, Treble
Input impedance: 1M Ohms
Output Jack: 100 Ohms
Direct Output Jack: 100 Ohms
Headphones Output: 120mW (16 Ohms Load)
Power Requirement: 9V DC Centre Negative
Current Consumption: 65mA