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Modell 722
Especially engineered for the Hammond B-3000, the HL-722 is a completely new solid-state, two channel, bass-reflex Speaker System. One of the most outstanding new features is a Discrete Quadrasonic Amplification System. It has separate electronic crossover networks in each channel that divide the Signals into the proper frequency range for each of the four major amplifier-speaker sections.
Total converage of the musical spectrum is provided in the stationary channel-from dramatic/ deep lows to brilliant crashing cymbals. The pedal bass tones and the lowest range of the keyboards are reproduced by a specially treated 15" woofer in the acoustically damped bass-reflex enclosure. Three matched 6" x 9" full fidelity Speakers, located in the front and the sides of the cabinet, give wide distribution to the midrange and treble tones.
The famous Leslie sound-in-motion is produced in the rotary channel with two rotors encompassing the entire keyboard range. The upper frequency range is handled by a high-compression treble driver and rotary horn, while lower frequencies radiale from a husky 6" x 9" loudspeaker within a newly designed Rotosonic® drum. Equally important is the new Dual Treble Response Control (TRC), for setting the desired amount of tonal brilliance coming from the cabinet. These two slide controls let you select the tone of the rotary and stationary channels. You literally create your own response curve.

Specification:
44" H x 28" W x 21" D 170 pounds
Amplification:
Solid-state, measured continuous undistorted Output; Keyboard 65 Watts, Pedal/Bass 70 Watts, Horn Rotor 35 Watts, Drum Rotor 45 Watts, Total 215 Watts (RMS).
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