Fishman''s new amp is its lightest to date and features a MP3 input and balanced XLR DI output.

Andover, MA (August 3, 2010) -- Embodying the latest evolution of Fishman’s popular line of acoustic instrument amplifiers, the new Loudbox Mini weighs in at 20 lbs. and delivers 60 watts of clean, balanced Fishman sound.

The Loudbox Mini is Fishman’s lightest and most portable amp to date. Equipped with two channels and Fishman’s preamp and tone control designs, the Mini also includes high-quality digital reverb and chorus for the instrument channel, and reverb for the microphone channel. The Loudbox Mini also features an MP3 input and balanced XLR DI output.

The Instrument channel features include 3-band EQ with low, mid, high tone controls; a Reverb level control; dual-function Chorus and a feedback-fighting Phase switch; a 1/4” input for active and passive pickups along with a 1/8” auxiliary input; a DI output and a balanced XLR output. The Microphone Channel features an XLR input for dynamic mics; 2-band EQ with low & high tone controls and a Reverb level control.

Loudbox Mini is housed in a chocolate brown textured tolex enclosure with a brown grille cloth and beige faceplate.

Street price: $299.95

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Source: Press Release

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