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Euphonic Audio Whizzy-110
Our Price: $575.00
Euphonic Audio Wizzy E-112
Our Price: $599.00
The Wizzy series are the best selling bass cabinets we’ve ever produced. That’s because they deliver a balance of warmth and accuracy that fits electric bassists as well as upright players. The baby of the line is the remarkable Wizzy-110, one of the smallest and lightest bass cabinets in the history of bassdom.

The Wizzy-110 is based on our legendary Wizzy-112, known for delivering “fliptop sound for the new millenium”. The Wizzy 10 extends that tradition for smaller room gigs, acoustic and double bass settings and studio use. With its custom 10″ driver and whizzer cone paired with our proprietary transmission line cabinet design, the Wizzy-110 reproduces the low ‘B’ on a bass guitar while revealing the nuances behind every inflection in your playing – whether you’re driving a bop quintet, or anchoring a folk duo.

And at 17.8 pounds, this “10” will make you think twice before lugging anything else. To celebrate our 35th anniversary, we’ve updated the aesthetics of the Wizzy-10 with a luxurious brown tolex covering Italian Poplar with gold/brown grill cloth and a padded leather strap handle. We even redesigned the EA badge to fit on a brushed aluminum plate. Paired with our new, more powerful, Doubler II, the new Wizzy-110 is a tiny powerhouse.


Configuration: 1×10 bass cabinet
Woofer: Proprietary EA 10″ neodymium woofer
Tweeter: Integral ‘whizzer’ cone
Frequency Response: 45Hz to 5.5kHz
Sensitivity (2.83Vrms): 102dB @ 1m
Sound Pressure: 126dB @ 1m
Power Handling: 250 watts
Impedance: 4 ohms
Connection Type: Two Speakon Jacks
Handle: Leather strap handle on side
Size: 15″H x 12.5″W x 11.0″D
Weight: 17.8 lbs

The idea is simple: the less intrusions that get between your instrument and your ears, the more likely you’ll hear the sound you create. And that’s the principle that started the EA Wizzy revolution.

We started with a super-woofer that uses a ‘wizzy’ high-frequency cone inserted at its center. This eliminates the need for a separate tweeter, crossover and extra wiring – all items that separate you from your sound. What’s left is a speaker cabinet in its simplest form. Built in Italian Poplar tuned with our transmission line cabinet design, the result is pure bliss – a balance of warmth and accuracy that fits bassists of all shapes and sizes. The Wizzy 12 delivers “fliptop sound for the new millenium.” And it might be the best all purpose compact bass speaker cabinet ever made. It easily reproduces the low ‘B’ on a bass guitar, punches out rock and soul, and reveals all the emotion in your playing.

Whether driving an R&B quartet, or a bluegrass quintet, the “12” will be the one you’ll take everywhere.


Configuration: 1×12 bass cabinet
Woofer: Proprietary EA 12″
Tweeter: Integral ‘whizzer’ cone
Frequency Response: 45Hz to 12kHz
Sensitivity: 103dB @ 1m
Sound Pressure: 126dB @ 1m
Power Handling: 200 watts
Impedance: 4 or 8 ohms
Connection Type: Two Speakon connectors
Handle: 2 integrated custom steel handles
Size: 17″H x 17″W x 12.5″D
Weight: 29 lbs

EA makes micro heads for bassists who like to hear their instruments without amp colorations. Bassists prize the two-channel iAMP Micro and Doubler amplifiers for their clear tone and small, lightweight form factor. To improve upon this design, we’re introducing the Doubler II.

Among EA’s biggest supporters are professional players who might find themselves playing a 5-string bass guitar on Friday night and an Upright Bass on Saturday. Or maybe both on the same gig. These bassists are called Doublers, and they finally have an amp worthy of their name. Doublers have specific demands: hi-fi accuracy, the power to drive the low ‘b’ on an electric bass or handle the power of a ‘doghouse’ played full tilt, and a series of unique features that allow for the proper amplification of an Upright Bass. Features like a two channel preamp for getting a properly mixed stage sound, with one channel optimized for piezo pickups and one for mics, and a set of filters that eliminate the feedback common to Upright basses. An DI XLR out sends both channels to the sound board.

Amazingly, the EA’s Doubler has all of this, and packs it all in a 4 pound box with over 600 watts of power on tap.


Inputs: 2 independent channels, Channel 1 Mid EQ set at 500Hz for electric bass, Channel 2 Mid EQ set at 800Hz for upright/acoustic bass- Channel 2 has XLR input with phantom power
Input Impedance: 1Meg ohm input impedance on both inputs
Trim controls: Independent channel level adjustments, DI output level, and high pass filter
Intelligent Input Switching: Select different settings for 1 bass or have independent setups for 2 basses, Channel 1 or Channel 2, or Channel 1+2
Controls: Channel switch, Input gain, 3-Band EQ, Master Volume, Mute switch, Effects loop blend
EQ: Low, Mid, and High for each channel. Variable high pass filter 22-80 Hz, 6db per octave (Channel 2 only: allows selection of a frequency below which response is reduced, helps boomy rooms and stages). Channel 2 also includes switchable Phantom Power, Variable Phase Control, and switchable Variable Notch Filter. Switch selectable 80Hz Pre-emphasis filter on each channel. Switch selectable 25-50-80Hz high pass filter on each channel
Effects Loop: Parallel effects loop with blend control, wide range of setups via internal jumpers
Outputs: Speakon speaker, tuner, effects send, balanced DI XLR out
Protection: Internal cooling fan, thermal and overload
Line Voltage: 100/120 – 240 volts externally selected with switch
Frequency Response: 20Hz to 20kHz +/- 3dB
Power Output: 625 watts @ 4 ohms, 450 watts @ 8 ohms
Size: 2.5″H x 11.25″W x 7.5″D
Weight: 4 lbs.
Euphonic Audio NL-112
Our Price: $999.00

For our 35th anniversary, the sound scientists at EA decided to re-engineer our 12-inch cabinet by revisiting our audiophile roots. The groundbreaking hi-fi speaker cabinets that defined Euphonic Audio in the 1980s reproduced the recorded field of sound with accurate dimensionality and presence. Using state-of-the-art computer analysis, we tuned our cabinets to make the most of custom drivers, high fidelity tweeters, and a sophisticated crossover design. Our speakers reproduced the loudest and the softest musical passages realistically, creating a wide, deep, focused sound field that you feel like you were onstage with the musicians at Carnegie Hall or the Blue Note Cafe.

In the 1990s, we turned our attention to bass amplification. To replicate the full range of the bass guitar in a small and light speaker cabinet, our goals were: wide dynamic range, to reproduce the loudest and softest, highest and lowest notes realistically at lowest and highest listening levels; extended bass response to reproduce the fundamental frequencies of the B and E strings; and wide dispersion, to provide a broad sound stage so that listeners around the room will hear all reproduced frequencies. Using custom drivers paired with finely-tuned crossovers in transmission line cabinets, we achieved a rich studio-quality tone with our VL series that inspired musicians such as Lee Sklar and Michael Rhodes. Drawing on feedback from studio and touring musicians, we developed the CxL and Wizzy – speakers that remain favorites to this day.

To improve upon the groundbreaking Wizzy-112 and the Wizzy MLine-112 cabinets, we envisioned a lighter, louder cabinet with improved tonal range and wide dispersion to fill a stage with the pure sound of your bass. The brand-new NL-112 utilizes a custom, lightweight neodymium driver. To improve upon the Wizzy design, we paired a larger (3-inch) voice coil with an array of sweet-sounding 1” Ferrofluid-cooled silk dome tweeters – the kind typically found in audiophile quality stereo cabinets. By removing the recessed handles we increased the cabinet’s internal volume and gave the transmission line more room to breathe, extending the bass response to 43Hz. To balance the improved bass response and sweet top end from the dome tweeters, we reworked our crossover to provide an even response all the way through the 43Hz to 18kHz range. This is a return to EA’s Hi-Fi roots and our original idea to make lightweight, small cabinets with a wide sound field that sounds like your upright or electric bass but louder.

To celebrate this shift back to our roots, we’ve changed the aesthetics to a more traditional look: brown tolex covering Italian Poplar with gold/brown grill cloth and a thick, padded leather handle. We even redesigned the EA badge to fit on a brushed aluminum plate. Paired with our new Doubler II, the new NL-112 is the sound of your bass in high definition.


Configuration: 1×12 bass cabinet
Exterior: Brown Tolex with gold/brown grill cloth
Woofer: One 12″ Neodymium Driver with 3″ voice coil
Hi-Frequency Drivers: Dual 1″ Neodymium Drivers with Ferrofluid Cooling, level control
Connection: two Speakon jacks
Frequency Response: 43Hz to 18kHz
Sensitivity (2.83Vrms): 10odB @ 1m
Sound Pressure: 127dB @ 1m
Power Handling: 500 watts
Impedance: 4 or 8 ohms
Connection Type: Two Speakon connectors
Handle: Thick padded leather stap handle
Size: 17″H x 17″W x 12.75″D
Weight: 27.5 lbs