Fender Acoustasonic SFX II
Released October, 2009
The Fender Acoustasonic SFX II is an instrument/vocal amplifier built for environments such as clubs, churches and homes. It uses a Stereo Field Expansion (SFX) technology which combines the 80 watt 8 inch driver and high frequency tweeter with a side-radiating 6 inch speaker to create whole-room, more-than-stereo imagery.
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While this sets it apart from the Fender Acoustasonic Junior DSP, they have many features in common such as String Dynamics to reduce the harshness of the treble range. Each channel has individual EQ, feedback and FX controls, and an XLR line-out has level control and ground lift to allow the amp to work with mixing boards.
- Dual 80-watt output
- 8 in low-frequency driver
- High-frequency tweeter
- Side-radiating 6 in speaker
- Stereo Field Expansion (SFX) technology
- 2 instrument and microphone channels
- Per channel EQ, feedback notch, and DSP select and level controls
- String Dynamics control
- DSP effects
- XLR line-out with level control and ground lift
- Auxiliary RCA inputs with level control
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