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DHD 4 channel amp, any good?

Old 09-13-2007, 12:55 AM
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DHD 4 channel amp, any good?

I seen this amp in pawn shop for cheap DHD ntx2004, never heard of them before, I've also never heard them mentioned next to pyle, pyramid, jenson, etc... (did anyone know that Fender Guitar Amps of the earlier days actually used jenson speakers)... thought/comments appreciated
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Old 09-13-2007, 08:54 AM
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Jensen gets a bad rap, but I know lots of guys that used their equipment with no problems. I actually checked out their site last night out of curiosity and was impressed with their new amp line, all are cea2006 certified and they look pretty good. I remember in the mid 80's, they were very popular, as was Pyle (which was pretty good equipment back then too). Pyramid always sucked though.
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Old 09-13-2007, 11:17 AM
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Lets compare it to a car. Would you buy a Sprint, Cobalt, Grand Am or Corvette. DHD is the Sprint of the GM lineup. If it is all you can afford that is one thing, if it is a Quality amp (not a Kwality) amp that you are after, consider something a little different.
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