Fender Deluxe 112 Plus Specs
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Fender amplifiers proudly boast the slogan, "the sound that creates legends." While an amplifier cannot actually make a player good at guitar, it sure can help players sound better. Fender's amplifiers have a quality sound that make it one of the leading name brand amplifiers for musicians.
The Fender Deluxe 112 Plus is an amplifier known for producing great quality sound, due mainly to it's innovative technology and design.
The Fender Deluxe 112 Plus stands 16 1/2 inches tall, with a width of 20 5/8 inches and a depth of 9 inches. The amplifier weighs thirty-three pounds and comes with a specially designed 12" speaker.
The amplifier has a power output of 94 watts RMS (root mean square, also known as quadratic mean) into 4 ohms at 5% THD (total harmonic distortion). Ohms is a measure of resistance that refers to the electric conductivity of certain materials. The power requirements, depending on version, are 100 to 120 VAC (virtual audio cable), 50 to 60 Hz and 360 watts max, or 230 to 240 VAC, 50 Hz and 360 watts max.
The amp has a preamp output impedance of 1kΩ. kΩ is the symbol for kiloohm and is an SI unit for electrical resistance equal to ten to the third ohms. The amp also has a power amp input impedance of 44kΩ. It has a power amp sensitivity of 1.0V (voltage) for clipping.
- The amp has a preamp output impedance of 1kΩ.
- kΩ is the symbol for kiloohm and is an SI unit for electrical resistance equal to ten to the third ohms.
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