KEMPER Kabinet™ is the ultimate cabinet solution for powered PROFILER™ units. It is just about 10kg, lighter than its predecessor, even with the new included slanted stand. The KEMPER Kabinet NEO offers tone monitoring with a choice of 19 classic guitar speaker imprints for PROFILER players.
The KEMPER Kabinet NEO is driven by the KEMPER Kone™ NEO 12“ full-range speaker, exclusively designed in cooperation with Celestion for KEMPER™. The KEMPER Kone is controlled and driven by the PROFILER’s DSP to an ultra-linear (full range) frequency response, using a dedicated DSP algorithm. In contrast to the conventional idea of a full-range system, the radiation pattern of the KEMPER Kone has been narrowed towards the physics of a classic guitar speaker chassis, so that even the full range sound carries a distinct guitar speaker character, unlike regular PA speakers or monitor speakers. To season the speaker behaviour to the player’s individual taste KEMPER offer the unique „Sweetening“ and „Directivity“ Parameters for detailed adjustment.
The 19 included speaker imprints offer the finest choice of well-known guitar speakers from Celestion, and many renowned other classic brands, and even rare and particular speakers. More speaker imprints may be added via future software updates.
The KEMPER Kabinet can be driven by the power amp of a PROFILER PowerHead™ or PowerRack™, as well as by utilising any external solid state power amp. When using external stereo amplifiers, driving two Kabinets in stereo is possible. The unpowered PROFILER models like Rack, Head and Stage require also external power amps for driving the Kabinet.
- The perfect Kabinet for non-powered KEMPER PROFILERs
- 19 speaker imprints
- Full Range or Imprint Mode
- Light weight
- Slanted stand
What’s in the box?
- KEMPER Kabinet
- Dimensions: 51.6 cm x 23.5 cm x 43 cm
- Weight: 11.3 kg
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