Yamaha PB-1 Preamp & CP2000 Power Amp for sale in DFW area. $200 for both units; rack case not included. Preamp is in very good condition and is one of the best-sounding preamps I've used. I've owned a Demeter VTBP-201S; the PB-1 has a warmer, beefier tone that is punchy as all get-out, but still clear & articulate. I use the fully parametric mid control (50Hz to 2.5KHz) to add a bit more thickness that I was missing after I auditioned the Ampeg SVT-7Pro and I think it nails that type tone very well. The VTBP-201S is no slouch & has that special something that some tube preamps bring to the table, but as far as use for a live music tone device, I find I much prefer the tone I get with the PB-1. This preamp has a boatload of gain both the preamp section & the DI (adjustable). It also has a built-in adjustable crossover, an output you can use for a tuner, & also has a dedicated headphone output. Power amp is functionally a bit of a gamble and let me explain. I had some issues running it in anything but bridged mode, took it to a local reputable (Yamaha certified) repair person to replace the input jacks. When I got it home, it would not work in bridge mode, but each channel worked fine in stereo mode. Took it back to the shop, but the person could not get it to fail & I was there trying to help. I've been using the amp in stereo mode for about a year or year & a half and it's never had a glitch on a gig. So, I'm basically giving away a stereo power amp, because I don't want to certify it's 100% when it's not. Even just using one channel, it has been plenty of power on tap to drive my EA CX-310 (an 8 Ohm cab) even on large outdoor festival type settings as a stage monitor. Power per channel is 450W @ 8 Ohm / 650W @ 4 Ohm / 1000W @ 2 Ohm. Both units are not lightweight. The PB-1 is 10.6 lbs. The CP2000 is 30.9 lbs. Pics are posted below - thanks for looking!