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Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by EBMatt, Mar 30, 2006.
Could somebody tell me what the difference is between the Eden WT800 and the newer Eden WT800B?
the B is an upgraded version. Ton of info at the eden website
One plus is that it bridges into 4ohms, and has a few more watts
One of the main differences is the bridged operation: the B version will bridge into 4 ohms. The original only bridged into 8 ohms, because David Nordschow believes that 8 ohms sounds better than 4 ohms. They eventually bowed to pressure, since nearly everyone on the planet would prefer to bridge into 4 ohms so they can run 2 x 8 ohm cabs
As MCBTunes says, there's plenty of info on the Eden site, and in the Eden forum also.
Extra, Extra, Read All About It!
"Like its unlettered predecessor, the WT800B boasts an impressive feature set. Run it in stereo, dual mono, bi-amp or bridge. No matter how you use it, this powerhouse will deliver tons of power and uncompromising tone. "
I can vouch for dat