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A highly portable cabinet that provides enough facilities for the most demanding of performers. Equipped with 1” horn and two 8” woofers, JAM 400 provides a full 400W of power.
A range of XLR, Jack and Phono inputs offers the potential for solo artists, duos and ensembles to perform using a single lightweight amplifier. The JAM 400’s control surface provides an intuitive yet comprehensive mixing facility for easy set-up and on-stage adjustments during performances. Advanced features such as switchable subwoofer output, variable anti-feedback control, phantom power and multiple digital effects are included.
An integrated switchable crossover enables the addition of an active subwoofer to create a full 3-way active system capable of providing huge reserves of power for any musical situation.
Effect list for the JAM 400:
FX1: Delay (125ms slapback delay for vocals and guitar) FX2: Chorus/Room (Chorus with reverb for guitars, synths, and pianos) FX3: Hall (Warm hall for acoustic guitars, pianos, and vocals) FX4: Hall (Bright hall reverb for drums, guitars, and vocals) FX5: Plate (Short vintage plate reverb for snares and guitars) FX6: Plate (Classic plate reverb for lead vocals and instruments) FX7: Room (Ambience for acoustic mixes and synth sounds) FX8: Plate (Sizzling bright plate reverb for vocals and drums)
|Weight||24 kg (52.91lb)|
|Dimensions||37x49x43cm (14.56x19.29x16.92 in)|
|Frequency Response||60 Hz to 18 kHz (+/-3dB)|
|Speakers||1” horn, 2x8” woofer|
|Channels||3 channels, 2x stereo, CD in|
|Outputs||Rec out, DI, Aux, SW out|
|Phantom Power||48V on all XLR inputs|
|Effect||Digital reverb multi effect, effect loop possible|
|Power||400W Bi-amplified (Class-D)|
Paul Batto - guitar
"I've used the Jam 400 for the last couple of years at all my concerts. It goes where I go - venues big and small... and is, without overstating, the best piece of gear I've ever had! I call it a Swiss knife..."
Silvan Zingg - piano
"Amazing sound! Yeah. That’s something else man! Never heard a good sond like this in my music room!"