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Offline Orion

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Differences between the 60s Amps
« on: May 20, 2021, 07:37:24 am »

Does anyone have any information on the differences between the 60's amps (Sentura, Sonic, Spectre, Spectrum, Sonoro)? I have only seen pictures of the amps, which look a lot alike. It looks like the main differences are the cabinets paired with them.. Are there any differences between the 100S, 200S, 1000S, 2000S?

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Offline Isaac

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Re: Differences between the 60s Amps
« Reply #1 on: May 20, 2021, 08:53:15 am »
You pretty much hit it on the nose. In most cases, if the features are the same, then the amp is the same. In some cases, the amp might have a different poser section, with some amps being 40 watts, some 60, but usually it's the speakers. For instance, I have a Sceptre and a Sentura II. The amps are identical, the only difference being the speakers they came with originally. A Sentura I would be the 40 watt version.