The title says it all: a wonderful and rather rare Pre-amp + Peavey Deca 528 2x250W @ 4 Ohm power amp. Yes, right: you can drive two 4 Ohm cabs, with 250W each. Both units are in very good shape, and used regularly in gigs and practice room until September 2017. Tech data: Pre-amp: Six-Band EQ: Contra - Centered at 50 Hz, 24dB/octave slope Bass - 120 Hz Voice - Low mids at 220 Hz Mid - 550 Hz, switchable Bite - 2 Khz Edge - 6 Khz Bass Boost - 7dB at 100 Hz Treble Boost - 9 Khz Tube On - Activates valves Tube Direct - Bypasses all transistor circuitry, tone controls, and effects loops, runs signal straight through the tubes Tube Gain - Input of signal reaching tubes Tube Volume - Amount of tube driven signal mixed with original signal Compressor Attack - Controls how quickly compressor kicks in Compressor Intensity - Decay, controls sustain and fatness Headphone Out Crossover Capable Output - Crossover ranges from 90 to 1100 Hz 1/4" Line Out XLR Balanced Line Out Loop Send and Return - Can be set to Pre or Post EQ as well as Line or Intrument level Parallel Effects Loop Serial Effects Loop - With Gain control Power-amp: Freq. response +0, -1.5dB 10Hz to 20 kHz @ 1W RMS into 4 Ohm Rated Power output: 250W RMS per channel into 4 Ohms with less than 0.3% total harmonic distortion Total Harmonic distortion: less than 0.15% @ 250W RMS per channel into 4 Ohms Transient intermodulation distortion: none (0% TIM) Inout Sensitivity: 1.0V RMS for 200W into 4 Ohms Load Protection circuit Power consumption: 600W Weight: 5.4kg They are mounted in a rack case (that has seen a lot of gigs, is pretty scruffy, but 100% structurally sound).