EBS Fafner Owners
I don't think there are many of us around here (and it will be next Wednesday before I can honestly say "us"...:o)), but a quick question, if I may.
I know that the Fafner is rated for 2-ohm operation. Will it hold up to 2-ohm operation hammering fairly hard? On a club stage, I can't see running more than one cabinet, but on a 32'X24' or a 40'X32', I could see running fairly harder with 2 4-ohm 410 cabinets. I can probably figure out some rewiring tricks to come up with a 4-ohm load (the easiest trick being to get a 4-ohm 810 cabinet, which isn't out of the question) between two 410 cabinets, if I had to.
I used to have a grey striped early Fafner- it hit hard at 8 ohms and really hit hard at 4ohms- all I really needed was one 8 ohm cab- never ran at 2ohms but I bet it would be crazy loud and powerful. Great amps! I currently am using a Ebs Reidmar (big difference) compared to the Fafner, but it works great for my current needs.
Thanx for the response, my Fafner is coming in Tuesday, according to Fedex. And hopefully, the shipment won't be delayed by weather (it's in Memphis at the moment, just has to make to Jackson, MS). I looked at the Reidmar and the TDS, but I decided to go for the (older) gold. I keep hearing that I will not be disappointed.
I have several cabinets that I own for back line rental purposes and I plan to try the Fafner with all the combinations, including a friend's SVT 810 cabinet. I'll get back with pics and a number request (!)
I had been hearing about kicking' results at 4 ohms and 2 ohms, but it was kinda tepid at 8 ohms, which is understandable, knowing what I know about power amps of all kinds. Perhaps a nice 8-ohm 410 cabinet and the Fafner would be good for smaller gigs. Later this spring, I hope to have 2 Proline 410 cabinets sitting under the Fafner.
I'm really excited about that amp arriving!
Congrats man, I've always wanted to splurge for a Fafner but I could just never justify it. Let us know how it sounds -- better yet, post some sound clips!
It will definitely hold 2 ohm load. I have two 4-ohms EBS cabs (now neo series) and I have use both for years. It's loud setup. Don't lose Your hearing!
MY GOSH!! It turned into nearly another amplifier. Seemingly endless amount of power and tone! I'm even more impressed now! This cabinet combination will have to do for a few more weeks. Then I'll start with 1 Proline 410 cabinet, then get another one. Or maybe I'll get a Proline 210, since I really want to use the amp on small gigs to get that sound.
And a buddy of mine in the backline rental business has offered me the use of his SVT 810 cabinet if I need it. Sometime next week, I'm bring my Fafner to his place to try the SVT cabinet, and while we are at it, why not A/B the SVT head?
I'm beyond impressed with this amplifier, needless to say. I've played through the usual Aguilar, Eden, Hartke, Ampegs, and others. They are all great, but to me, the Fafner stands above all of them.
Yes! I once tried Fafner with Ampeg SVT 6x10 cab. It's also killer setup and quite interesting sound. So was Eden cabs. My favourite setup is EBS Neo 410 and EBS Neo 212 together or just one PH those neos, but I find EBS Proline And Classic cabs very satisfying. Proline is very tight and articulate. Classic is warmer and softer perhaps like ampeg with hifi clarity. But like Sid said Neo 212 is perfect.
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