Acoustic Review takes a look at the One For Street 10 from Acus. Take a listen to hear what Ben discovered from this acoustic “portable” combo.
ONE FOR STREET 10 is a 120 Watt small band amplifier equipped with 3 separate inputs (channels 1 and 2: Microphone or Instrument input, Channel 3: Instrument input) + an Aux input (which can be with 3.5mm stereo jack or with the Bluetooth Acus Artesia BT-1) equipped with independent volume. The 3 inputs are equipped with Gain, 3-band EQ, effect send and Volume.
Input 1 is also equipped with other functions: it has a Compressor and a switch that changes the characteristics of the channel according to the type of instrument selected:
1. Flat: “standard” equalization for acoustic and classical instruments. With this equalization channel 1 is identical to channels 2 and 3
2. Bass: suitable for instruments particularly rich in bass (such as electric, acoustic or double bass).
3. Jazz: suitable for electric or semi-acoustic / jazz guitar.
The system is equipped with Master Volume, balanced Direct Out output (equipped with an attenuation switch, indicated as “-10dB”, to adapt the Direct Out level to a Microphone input), battery charge indicator LED (active only when the system is powered by battery) and an internal multi-effect (2 Reverbs, a Chorus and a Delay).
All effects have a potentiometer for adjusting the parameters of the selected effect, namely the length for the reverbs, the duration for the delay and the Rate for the Chorus. The microphone input is equipped with always active phantom power.