Simmons DA50 Drum Amplifier (Discontinued)

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88 out of 100. Incorporating 90+ ratings and reviews.

Street Price: 

$220
Simmons DA50

The Simmons DA50 is a little sibling of the DA200s model. This amplifier has a high-frequency tweeter for clear cymbal sounds and a heavy-duty woofer for responsive bass sounds at 50 watts. It also features independent volume controls and five soft-touch knobs. Unlike the DA200It it doesn't have a ground-lift .

Specifications

  • Output Power: 50W / 8 ohm
  • Number of Channels: 2
  • Inputs: 2 Drum Inputs: 1/4" input jacks (mono and stereo), 1 Aux Input: 1/4" stereo, 1 Line Input: 1/8" stereo
  • Outputs: Headphone Jack: 1/8" stereo
  • Speakers: 1 x 10” (250mm) Woofer, 1 x 2” (51mm) Tweeter
  • Tone Control:3-band EQ
  • Frequency Response: 20 -20KHz
  • Size: 15.5” x 15.5” x 16”
  • Weight: 33 lbs
  • Manufacturer Warranty: 3 years

Pros

Many users claimed that this amplifier this loud enough to use in small venues and as a practice amplifier. The volume was loud enough in situations where it was used in a band setting. This has a nice depth when it comes to lower frequency responses and also has a sturdy construction as well. The CD and MP3 input features are useful for playing along with practice songs.

Cons

Some reviews claimed that this amp does not amplify higher frequencies that well and may need some treble adjustments. Some people also claimed that it picked up radio signals and other soft noises regardless of cables used. The mp3 quality is rated as quite poor by some.

Overall

If you can still find one for sale then the DA50 drum amplifier is good enough if you are looking for something that can be used as a practice amplifier for everyday use either home and can even be used at small venues.

To see a list of our current recommendations please take a look at our guide to The Best Electronic Drum Amps.

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