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AER Compact 60 Black

Product code: AA1645
RRP: £799.00   Our Price: £749.00
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It has proven to be the all-round, small, powerful and yet simple to use complete solution for stage, studio and home use that works up to the highest demands of musicians of all styles. Intended for the Singer – Songwriter its two channels allow superb reproduction of voice and instrument and with its size – smiled at in the beginning – being its second strongest side it has become the standard solution – „…the amp of choice“ – for those musicians who value sound, simplicity, reliability and independence to assign the tone they want to be heard in. The compact 60 has found many friends around the world and it is used with nearly all instruments, acoustic as well as electric, in many kinds of applications.


• 60 watts, dynamic control

• 8” (200 mm) twin cone speaker

• Two channels, 3 and 2 band EQ

• 4 digital effect presets (2 reverbs, delay and chorus)

• 7,55 kg (16.65 lbs)



Technical Specifications Compact 60


Technical data

Inputs

channel 1 High impedance, unbalanced input for

instruments (pick-ups) and line-level sources

Mono jack socket, ¼” (6.35 mm)

Sensitivity: 22 mV (–33 dBV)

High/low (attenuator) switch: –10 dB

Impedance: 2.2 Meg

Equivalent input noise, A-weighted:

1 uV (–120 dBV)

Phantom power (optional): 9 V DC / max. 100 mA,

short-circuit protected

Switchable instrument or microphone input

Combo socket, XLR + jack ¼” (6.35 mm)

line mode

High impedance, unbalanced input for

instruments (pick-ups) and line-level sources

Jack socket only

Sensitivity: 27 mV (–31 dBV)

Impedance: 1 Meg

Equivalent input noise, A-weighted:

2.4 uV (–112 dBV)

channel 2

mic mode

XLR (balanced), stereo jack (balanced), or mono

jack (unbalanced) input

Sensitivity: 3.3 mV (–50 dBV)

Impedance (balanced mode): 1.2 k

Impedance (unbalanced mode): 2.7 k

Voice filter: –10 dB at 270 Hz (referred to 10 kHz)

Equivalent input noise, A-weighted:

0.8 uV (–122 dBV)

Phantom power (XLR only): 48 V, max. 10 mA,

short-circuit protected

clip indicators

for ch. 1 and 2

Headroom: min. 8 dB

return Input from external parallel effect loop, or

supplementary input, before master volume

Mono jack, ¼” (6.35 mm)

Sensitivity: 320 mV (–10 dBV)

Impedance: 20 k (note: impedance changes to 5 k

while external effect is switched OFF by

footswitch)

Outputs (note 3)

phones Headphones output. When plugged in, internal

speaker is muted.

Stereo jack socket, L/R connected, ¼” (6.35 mm)

Max. output power: 2 x 100 mW / 1000 ohm

Input sensitivity for 2 x 50 mW / 1000 ohm:

23 mV (–33 dBV) at channel 1 input

Impedance: 470 ohm (common for L and R)

Note: Suitable for headphones with stereo jack.

Does not work with mono jacks.

tuner Tuner output

Mono jack socket ¼” (6.35 mm)

Output voltage: 340 mV (–9 dBV)

line out Preamplifier output after tone controls, with

effects, and after master volume

Mono jack, ¼” (6.35 mm)

Output voltage: 1.4 V (+3 dBV)

DI-out Balanced XLR output before master, after tone

controls, without effects

1 = ground

2 = positive

3 = negative

Differential output voltage: 140 mV (–17 dBV)

send Output to external parallel effect loop

Before master, after tone controls

Mono jack, ¼” (6.35 mm)

Output voltage: 1.4 V (+3 dBV)

Footswitch connector

footswitch Stereo jack socket ¼” (6.35 mm) for a dual

footswitch

Tip = internal effect on/off

Ring = external effect on/off

Sleeve = common (ground)

Effect is OFF when the footswitch is ON.

Tone controls

ch. 1 colour –3 dB at 700 Hz, +10 dB at 8 kHz

bass 8 dB at 100 Hz (shelf type)

middle 6 dB at 800 Hz

treble 8 dB at 10 kHz (shelf type)

ch. 2 bass 8 dB at 100 Hz (shelf type)

treble 11 dB at 10 kHz (shelf type)

Effects

Internal effects 1 Reverb 1

2 Reverb 2

3 Delay

4 Chorus

External effect Parallel effect loop (see also send and return).

eff. pan Blends both internal and external effects

between channels 1 and 2, with reverse direction

of rotation for the external effects.

Power

Power amp 60 W / 4 ohm, DMOS, monolithic I.C.

Dynamic range, A-weighted: 92 dB (note 2)

Limiter

threshold

50 W

Analog signal

processing

Dedicated equalizer, subsonic filter, adaptive

peak limiter

Speaker system 8” (200 mm) twin cone full-range speaker, bass

reflex enclosure

Mains power Mains voltage (depending on model):

100, 120, 230, or 240 V AC, 50–60 Hz

Power consumption: max. 120 W

Mains fuse 5 x 20 mm

T 1 A L / 250 V for 230 and 240 V models

T 2 A L / 250 V for 100 and 120 V models

General

Cabinet 15 mm (0.6”) birch plywood

Finish Waterbased acrylic, black spatter finish (standard

model)

Dimensions 265 mm (10.4“) high

330 mm (13.0“) wide

235 mm (9.25“) deep


1. Sensitivity

Input sensitivities refer to 50 W into 4 ohm, full gain and master settings,

neutral tone control settings, and 1 kHz sine-wave test signal.

2. Noise and dynamic range

Equivalent input noise voltages are typical values obtained by measuring

noise voltage at speaker output and dividing by the voltage gain of the

amplifier for white noise. Full gain and master settings, neutral tone

control settings, input shorted, measuring bandwidth 20 Hz – 20 kHz.

Dynamic range of power amplifier: Ratio of between output signal at

limiter threshold to A-weighted output noise with master in zero

position.

3. Output levels

Output levels refer to 50 mV / 1 kHz sine-wave test signal at channel 1

input, full gain and master settings, neutral tone control settings, send

fully clockwise.

4. Options

Gain of channel 2 in mic mode can be decreased by 4.6 dB by an internal

jumper.

48 V phantom power can be deactivated by an internal jumper.

9 V phantom power for channel 1 can be applied by an internal jumper

to the “ring” terminal of the input jack. Caution: Use this option with

care. Read the operating instructions.

Specifications and appearance subject to change without notice

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