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January 19, 2005
Eden Electronics announced the release of its new, affordable Silver Series entry level bass amplifiers.
The Silver Series consists of 4 small but powerful combo bass amplifiers. The N15S features a 120/170 watt RMS amplifier @ 8/4 Ohms, and is equipped with an Eden designed 15" speaker and a cast aluminum bullet tweeter. The N28S is a 2 x 8" plus tweeter version with the same amp and the N12S is our 12" version. Weighing in at a mere 45 lbs., the N10S is an 80 watt RMS @ 8 Ohms amp with a 10" Eden designed speaker and cast aluminum bullet tweeter.
All Silver Series amps come equipped with dual RCA front panel inputs for plugging in a CD or tape player. Use these inputs to pick apart those difficult bass lines you're learning or just jam with your favorite tunes. Also includedis a headphone jack for privacy.
For more information, visit their web site at www.eden-electronics.com