Eden e-300 questions
Hello, does anyone know if the mp3 input on the eden e300 head sums to mono? Or will it pass the stereo mp3 to the headphones in stereo? Also any opinions on the general sound quality of the headphone output? Thanks in advance.
Seems hard to find info or reviews on the Eden e-300. I decided to order one and try it, so I'll post about it when it arrives.
Hi wengr....can't help too much on your questions , didn't use the headphone/mp3 features.......I can say the amp is really decent.......I had one,running a Eden D115 cab......head was loud , powerful.., looks cool...I liked it for a week , the only thing I didn't like was the fans....they are a bit loud....no problem if you are jamming with the band or playing loud.... see my comments, reply #6 by Brickie
Ok, so I have recieved an eden E300 and have used it at home for a bit. Some initial thoughts:
1 The build quality seems decent for the price point. It does not imo share anything aesthetically with traditional eden, but it's acceptable.
2 Tone is kinda warmish modern. Not as warm as hybrid edens, but pretty much what I was looking for. Using it for practice with DB112. Pretty good with my Metro Will Lee, and my Peavey TL, less so with my Thunderbird.
1 Fans. As noted previously, the fans are LOUD. Too loud imo for a home practice amp. I like it tonally so I'm going to try and work with it.
2 Pots. One place where the build quality could be better is the pots. Some are fine, and some have a worrisome rough feeling when turned.
3 no speakon
4 Power. Have not tried it at 4ohms. Don't know what it's rated for at 8ohms, but it does not seem very powerful.
I have yet to use the aux input or headphone amp.
I bought one of these myself about 3 weeks ago for practicing at home. Yes the fans are a bit loud but for home use i do not mind it at all..better than what I had before,,a 25 watt Peavey guitar combo with a 8 inch Marvel speaker. I have read that the out put power is 175 watts @8 OHMS,,, (I could be wrong) but I like the sound hooked up to my Eden D210T Cabinet (4 OHM) and I can not complain about the price I got it for $230.00 new.
I like mine, with my peavey 410, it's way better than the rumble 75 I had before. More of the sound I like, deep... I usually run it flat with the enhance flat too, sometimes at 9 o'clock. P bass with power slinkys.
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