A Natural beast. EBS always put the sound first. Any product should offer a natural sound that reflects the character of the instrument and personality of the musician. The award winning EBS Reidmar design is no exception from that philosophy!
Due to advanced soft-clip technology, the Reidmar amps does not suffer any loss of definition in the low register when the volume is turned up. It does not use a present automatic limiter that kicks in at a certain point and levels out the lows like many other class-D amps do. No, the Reidmar takes maximum advantage of the power offered.
The extremely powerful Reidmar 750 model is a real beast that need a matching cabinet to keep up with it's capabilities. This is the light-weight amp for the big stages, easily driving a 4 ohm 410 or 810 cabinet.
The Reidmar 750 is equipped with a Drive control to add just the right amount of harmonics to make your bass come alive, or if you prefer, make it just as dirty as you prefer.
Technically Speaking. If you are familiar with EBS bass amps you will feel at home with the Reidmar 750. The renowned built-in compressor and the 4-band EQ-section are really intuitive and feature the (for EBS) characteristic Bright and Notch filters and remind you a lot of the layouts of HD360 and TD660.
The preamp is analog, and similar to the preamp on HD and TD heads. The amp also features an Effects loop (send and return), Balanced XLR-out for live and studio use (with pre/post EQ switch and Ground Lift), Line out, Headphones out and Speakon speaker output. A couple new features on the back are the Mini-tele input for adding recorded music to play along to when practicing, and the Remote Control Connections to add a footswitch, such as the EBS RM-4, to switch on and off Character Filter and Drive, bypass the EQ or Mute the amp.
The amp processes the sound through an analog preamp with a D-class power ampproviding 750 W @ 4 ohms load. Weight is 3.7 kg (8.2 lbs).
Be careful. The EBS Reidmar 750 is extremely powerful. Therefor we recommend using it with a larger 4 ohm cabinet, such as a 410 or even an 810 cabinet, if preferred.
CAUTION! If you still use it with smaller cabinets, make sure to be careful with the output volume to avoid blowing up the speakers.
With two amps together, connected through the Effects loop (Send from one to Return on the other), you can drive two big 4 ohm cabinets, getting a separate volume control for each cabinet while using the EQ from the one you plug in to. This may not be necessary to all, but it is still nice to imagine the opportunity of driving a massive 2x 810 dream rig on stage. ;-)