Full Text Searchable PDF User Manual
Thank you for your purchase of the GENZ BENZ EL DIABLO 100. I believe you will ﬁ nd that this tube amp will
immediately become an invaluable tool in your quest for the best possible guitar tone. EL DIABLO’s versatile features will
certainly enhance the feel and character of your individual playing style.
Our engineers and resident “tone staffers” have worked extremely hard to develop and build this world-class guitar
ampliﬁ er for you. Please take time to read through this manual and familiarize yourself with the features and design of
your new EL DIABLO 100.
We are proud that you’ve chosen this professional and attractive tone machine and we trust that you will discover all that it
Have fun and take it to the limit!!!
• 50/100 Watt Output Selection
• Six Triode Preamp Stages (3-12AX7’s)
• Two Versatile Tube Channels
• Four Power Tubes (w/Ruby Tubes™ EL 34’s)
• Five Button Footswitch Included
• Military Spec. Double-sided Glass Epoxy Circuit Boards
• Three Effects Loops
• All Custom Wound Transformers
• Frequency Compensated D.I. Section
• Transformer Based Phase Inverter for Optimum Power Tube
• Accutronics® Long Pan Reverb
• Our Unique Edge Lift Handles
• Heavy-duty Steel Chassis, Mounted within a Sturdy Birch
• Quality Padded Cover Included
CAUTIONS AND WARNINGS:
• Tube ampliﬁ ers, especially high-powered tube amps, generate heat. Allow at least 4 inches (100mm) of clearance
at the back, top and front of the ampliﬁ er cabinet. Do not block ventilation vents and keep clear of curtains and
other ﬂ ammable materials. Avoid contact with hot tubes.
• Do not expose ampliﬁ er to moisture, rain, splashed water, beverages, etc.
• Be sure that a speaker load is connected to the ampliﬁ er before applying power; otherwise damage to the ampliﬁ er
• Be sure that the ampliﬁ er is properly grounded. Do not defeat the ground pin on the AC power input plug. The
ground is there to protect the user from the possibility of shock.
• Be sure that the AC power (mains) voltage selector switch is conﬁ gured for the proper voltage (115 volts or 230
volts) for the area you are located before connecting the ampliﬁ er to the power source. In the event of a
thunderstorm, remove the power plug from the wall socket to prevent damage due to the possibility of lightening
• Turn off power to the ampliﬁ er (or place in standby) when changing wiring connections to prevent damage to
speakers from possible (and unexpected) loud noises.
• WARNING: This ampliﬁ er is capable of extreme high decibel output. Always protect your hearing. Your hearing is
an invaluable tool in appreciating the tone of EL DIABLO 100.
• There are no user-serviceable parts inside the chassis. Refer all service to qualiﬁ ed service personnel.
• Always unplug the amp when changing the power or preamp tubes. Never touch the tubes if they are still hot.
• Always wait to move the amp after use until the tubes have cooled. This will prevent tube damage and extend
tube life. A few minutes should be sufﬁ cient.
• While we have made every attempt to outline all general cautions, the ultimate responsibility for safe operation of
this or any ampliﬁ er product rests with the consumer. Common sense should be practiced at all times when using
the ampliﬁ er.
The GENZ BENZ EL DIABLO 100 contains a unique combination of circuits, including vintage tube circuits, carefully
engineered “hot-rod” tube circuits and advanced tone shaping techniques. EL DIABLO 100 delivers unique tone,
drive and versatility, which is exempliﬁ ed by the 12 distinctive tone variations easily accessible from the 5 button
footswitch (included). This ﬂ exibility allows endless possibilities to craft your own personal repertoire of tone and
This hi gain tube amp is actually 2 amps in one. EL DIABLO offers a 50 watt/100 watt switch on the back panel
which will allow more output tube distortion and a different character and feel when used in the 50 watt position.
The WARM channel offers full, round pristine clean response cascading up to pushed vintage gain with warm upper
mid break-up, rich bass and abundant sustain.
takes you from rich classic tube break-up to full-bodied hi gain splendor. The option of a dynamic or
compressed setting insures the ampliﬁ er responds to your every touch; no squashed tone or harsh buzziness here!!
section offers master controls of the internal Accutronics® reverb, ampliﬁ er output volume and our
unique attack circuit that provides a wide range of variable upper mid frequency boost that enhances pick attack and
bite which is extremely effective as a lead boost and cutting through the mix.
Overall, we ask you to take some time and experiment with the many options and tonal variations that you will discover
at your ﬁ ngertips within the EL DIABLO 100. Reading through the OWNER’S MANUAL will give you an excellent
baseline of knowledge and insight as to the tones you can accomplish and harness for your individual playing style.
FRONT PANEL OVERVIEW:
¼” INPUT JACK
- This jack is unbalanced and high impedance to allow for the correct matching of the
instrument’s pick-ups with the input circuitry of the ampliﬁ er. The input circuitry has been carefully engineered to
minimize pick-up loading and maximize tone and sustain. This is a tube buffered input stage.
GAIN SWITCH / CLEAN or VINTAGE
– The switch sets the gain level of the warm channel. This works in
conjunction with the warm channel gain control. When the footswitch is used this switch should be in the out position.
– The warm channel gain control provides a variety of gain settings, from “spanky clean”
to “pushed” vintage sustain. Use this control in conjunction with the gain switch for this channel. Lower settings will
provide a cleaner tone.
– This preamp volume controls the overall volume of the warm channel. Use this control
together with the gain control and gain switch.
– Three tone circuits are included for the warm channel. The bass, mid and treble
frequencies have been pre-selected in order to provide articulate, full-range tone shaping response speciﬁ cally tailored
to the design of the EL DIABLO 100. As you can see, these circuits provide a huge cut or boost of 15db offering untold
ﬂ exibility in tone shaping. Use this section with subtle changes-click by click-at ﬁ rst so that you can gain a “feel” for the
versatility of our tone network.
We do not recommend running all tone controls at the full +15db position. Due to the
extreme gain this could cause some unwanted distortion of the network.
– This control pot adjusts the signal send level to the on-board ACCUTRONICS® long
pan reverb which is mounted to the back-panel of the EL DIABLO. This control works in conjunction with the global
reverb control and different styles of lush, or “splashy” warm analog reverbs are possible by running the channel reverb
high and the global control low and also vise versa. Experiment with these settings to ﬁ nd the sound that best suits
CHANNEL SELECTOR SWITCH AND INDICATOR LIGHTS
– This is your channel selector switch for the
warm or hot channels. Along with the unique arrow indicator lights, the placement of this switch between the channels
clearly illustrates which channel is active. This switch should be in the out position when the footswitch is used.
GAIN SWITCH / CLASSIC or HIGH
– This gain switch sets the gain structure for the hot channel. Use this
switch in conjunction with the hot channel gain control. With a little experimentation it will be easy to hear that
driving the gain control in the maximum position is not as critical as on other amps. Articulate high gain splendor can
be achieved without cranking the gain to 10. When using the footswitch this switch should be in the out position.
TEXTURE SWITCH / DYNAMIC or COMPRESSED
– This switch changes the character of this tube channel.
Changing from dynamic to compressed will provide another tonal variation for the guitarist. The compressed setting
will offer additional compression of the signal along with a more aggressive, overdriven character, ideal for tight and
punchy bass response. This feature is more distinctive depending upon the setting of the gain control. When using the
footswitch this switch should be in the out position.
– The hot channel gain control provides a variety of gain settings, from a richly saturated clean
tone to fully overdriven high gain nirvana. Use this control in conjunction with the gain switch for this channel. Lower
settings will provide a less overdriven tone.
- This preamp volume controls the overall volume of the hot channel. Use this control
together with the gain control and gain switch.
– This is a unique circuit to the EL DIABLO design. This contour control adds an
additional “tone stack” within the tube preamp which interacts and changes the loading of the tube as the control knob is
turned. When the control is left of center it produces a more midrange tone and adds a more “vintage” character to the
tone. When used from the center position to the far right it produces a more modern tone with more bass and highs. This
circuit will also interact with the classic and high gain settings and the dynamic and compressed settings.
– Three tone circuits are included for the hot channel. The bass, mid and treble frequencies have
been pre-selected in order to provide articulate, full-range tone shaping response speciﬁ cally tailored to the design of the
EL DIABLO 100. As you can see these circuits provide a huge cut or boost of 15db offering untold ﬂ exibility in tone
We do not recommend running all tone controls at the full +15db position. To avoid having the preamp tubes
becoming micro-phonic and producing feedback or squeal, keep the treble and attack features to moderate (below 2:00)
settings, when using maximum gain settings at high volumes.
– This control pot adjusts the signal send level to the on-board ACCUTRONICS® long pan
reverb which is mounted to the back-panel of the EL DIABLO. This control works in conjunction with the global reverb
control, and different styles of lush or “splashy” warm analog reverbs are possible by running the channel reverb high and
the global control low and also vise versa. Experiment with these settings to ﬁ nd the sound that best suits your style.
– Different than a presence, this unique circuit boosts a speciﬁ c range of upper mid
frequencies which enhances pick attack and bite. This “frequency multiplier” circuit is extremely effective as a lead boost
and helps to cut through the mix. This circuit can be engaged in either preamp channel or gain setting and can add a more
aggressive attack to any tone setting on the amp. When the footswitch is used, this switch should be in the out position.
– This level control provides a variable amount of attack ”boost” to the amp.
– This control adjusts the level of the reverb return signal from the on board
ACCUTRONICS® long pan reverb pan. This control works in conjunction with the channel reverb send controls to provide
different styles of warm, lush analog reverb.
– This knob controls the ﬁ nal output stage of the ampliﬁ er and is the master volume
for EL DIABLO. It should be noted that this control is best set between the 10 o’clock and 3 o’clock positions. Each
channel volume should be adjusted accordingly to achieve the desired total ampliﬁ er output. For lower volume settings,
you can power the unit down to 50 watts with the power level selector switch on the back panel.
– The standby switch removes the high voltage from the plate circuit of the output tubes to
protect the tubes from “cathode stripping” when ﬁ rst powering up the ampliﬁ er. The recommended start-up procedure is to
place the standby switch in the standby position, turn on the power switch and allow the ampliﬁ er to warm up for at least 30
seconds before switching the standby switch to the operate position. This will help to prolong the life of your output tubes.
– This switch turns on the AC power to the amp. When this switch is turned on, power is applied
to the heater circuits of all tubes, the high voltage power supplies are allowed to stabilize and the low voltage power
supplies are energized. Power should be switched on only with the standby switch in the standby position. Refer to #25 for
information concerning the operation of the standby function.
REAR PANEL OVERVIEW:
– Your EL DIABLO 100 is truly a “world class” ampliﬁ er. This voltage chart is provided so
that choosing the correct fusing for the desired international country is simple and accurate. The EL DIABLO’s internal
power transformer can be re-wired for 100 volt use for JAPAN.
WARNING: ONLY A FACTORY QUALIFIED SERVICE TECHNICIAN SHOULD EVER ATTEMPT THIS ALTERATION.
VOLTAGE SELECTOR SWITCH
- This switch changes the voltage of the AC power with which the amp will
operate. 115 volts is the standard in the USA and CANADA. 230 volts is the standard for most of EUROPE and SOUTH
AMERICA. Consult the voltage chart if you plan to use this amp for a different voltage other than how it was shipped
from the factory so that the proper fuse can be inserted. The DIABLO 100 is rated for operation on both 50 Hz and 60
Hz power sources.
IEC RECEPTACLE & FUSE HOLDER
– The detachable power cord should be inserted here before the cord
is plugged into an AC power source. Within the bottom portion of this receptacle is a small drawer that holds the mains
power fuse. An extra fuse is included in this plastic receptacle. It may be necessary to use a small tool to pry the small
• NEVER TRY TO OPEN THIS FUSE HOLDER WITH THE POWER CORD PLUGGED IN.
• USE ONLY THE FUSE VALUE AS INDICATED IN THE VOLTAGE CHART.
• NEVER ATTEMPT TO DISABLE THE MAINS POWER FUSE.
– This 6 pin DIN connector is where EL DIABLO’s 5 button footswitch should be attached.
A 25 foot cord is attached to the heavy-duty steel footswitch. This should provide plenty of room for the performer to get
out in front of the rig. Some internal circuitry “clicking” may be heard if the amp is on when this footswitch is plugged in.
This is normal and is actually part of the circuitry that provides the noiseless switching on the EL DIABLO 100. NOTE:
The front panel function switches over-ride the footswitch functions. The function switches should be in the out position
when the footswitch is used.
– This jack is provided so that the reverb may be turned on and off by the
performer. This function is achieved with any industry standard single button footswitch (not supplied).
GLOBAL EFFECTS LOOP
– EL DIABLO is designed with 3 separate serial effects loops. The global effects
loop is a post master section loop and is an ideal place to send the entire preamp signal out to another amp using only
the send jack, or to insert a global effect such as a compressor (serial effect) or a digital effects processor (a serial effect
when used with the processor’s own “wet/dry” mix control). It is also a handy input for connecting the power amp stage
to the output of another preamp or signal source.
HOT CHANNEL EFFECTS LOOP
– This separate effects loop is provided for use in the hot channel only. This
serial effects loop allows the insertion of outboard effects which will be automatically engaged when you switch to the hot
channel using the front panel switch or footswitch.
WARM CHANNEL EFFECTS LOOP
– This separate effects loop is provided for use in the warm channel only.
This serial effects loop allows the insertion of outboard effects which will be automatically engaged when you switch to
the warm channel using the front panel switch or footswitch.
UNBALANCED LINE OUTPUT
– This ¼” jack provides an unbalanced signal that is derived after the power
ampliﬁ er and output transformer. The output can be switched (along with the balanced direct output) between line level
(0dBv) and a hot instrument level (-30dBv). This line level is ideal for driving a powered speaker that requires a line level
input, or for driving an additional instrument ampliﬁ er that requires an instrument level signal. This signal is frequency
compensated to emulate the same tone coming through the ampliﬁ ers speaker cabinet.
– This XLR male jack provides a balanced signal that is derived after the power
ampliﬁ er and output transformer. The output can be switched (along with the un-balanced direct output) between line
level (0dBv) and a hot microphone level (-30dBv). The line level is ideal for driving the input of a professional console
that can accept a real line level signal source or a powered speaker that requires a line level input. It is also suitable
for driving the input of a semi-professional or MI grade mixer by switching the level control to the -30dBv position. This
signal is frequency compensated to emulate the same tone coming through the ampliﬁ ers speaker cabinet.
LINE/DIRECT OUTPUT LEVEL SWITCH
– This switch sets the nominal output level of both the ¼” unbalanced
and the XLR balanced outputs. Generally, the 0dBv position is used in conjunction with professional equipment and the
-30dBv position is used with non-professional equipment, but consult the owner’s manual of the equipment you are
connecting to for information about that equipment’s input sensitivity.
GROUND LIFT SWITCH
– This switch lifts pin 1 on the XLR balanced output only. The purpose of this switch
is to safely break ground loops when connecting to equipment with balanced inputs such as mixing consoles. Use the
position that produces the least amount of hum or buzz. This switch does not affect any other jack except the XLR direct
– These parallel speaker jacks are provided for connecting to the guitar cabinet of choice.
It is important to become familiar with using the impedance selector switch and impedance calculator so that the proper
cabinet impedance is selected for the safe and efﬁ cient operation of this high output tube ampliﬁ er.
• NEVER UNPLUG THE SPEAKER CABLE FROM THE GUITAR CABINET WHEN THE AMP IS ON!!!
• DO NOT OPERATE THIS AMP WITHOUT A SPEAKER LOAD PLUGGED INTO ONE OF THE SPEAKER JACKS.
• THE DIABLO OFFERS SOME PROTECTION AGAINST THIS DAMAGE BUT IT IS NEVER A GOOD IDEA TO
OPERATE ANY TUBE AMP WITHOUT A SPEAKER LOAD ATTACHED.
IMPEDANCE SELECTOR SWITCH
– This 3 position switch is designed to easily select the appropriate output
transformer impedance tap for the desired cabinet load being used. A 16 ohm, 8 ohm and 4 ohm position is offered.
important to know the total impedance of the guitar cabinet being used with your amp.
It is important for ampliﬁ er
performance, tube life and output transformer protection to select the correct impedance for your chosen guitar cabinet.
Consult the rear panel impedance calculator for this information.
– As part of making the GENZ BENZ EL DIABLO 100 both user- friendly and
convenient to use, we have included a comprehensive impedance chart so that this information is always accessible to
– This switch easily and safely reduces the output power of the amp from 100 watts to 50 watts.
This is done by internally disconnecting 2 of the power tubes; perfect for playing situations that require less power. The 50
watt setting will also change the tone and “feel” of the amp, allowing you to introduce power tube breakup at lower sound
(mounted on top of chassis)
– The Tube Selector switch is provided for setting the
correct bias for the power tubes used. EL DIABLO 100 ships from the factory with a matched set of Ruby Tubes™ EL 34
power tubes. The EL DIABLO will also operate with 6L6 or 5881 power tubes. When using either of these tubes the bias
should be set to the 6L6 position. For harmonic complexity and maximum power, we recommend EL34’s. When switching
the tube types or brand of tubes, your amp should be re-biased to obtain optimum performance, tone and tube longevity.
(The rear panel of the cabinet will need to be removed in order to access the tube bias section. Be careful when removing
this panel because the reverb pan is attached to this back panel.)
SETTING THE BIAS
– Generally your amp will only need to be re-biased if you are replacing the power tubes. However,
if you replace the Ruby Tubes® EL34 power tubes with the same brand and type having the same “PC’ number
located on the label at the base of the tube then re-biasing is not necessary. To re-bias your amp you will need a small
screwdriver and a multi-meter or volt/ohm meter set to measure DC voltage. (If you do not have this equipment, skill,
experience or do not feel comfortable making these adjustments you should have a qualiﬁ ed technician perform this
First make sure the Tube Selector switch located in the Tube Bias section matches the tube type installed. Then
with the Master Volume turned all the way down turn the Power switch ON leaving the Standby switch in
the Standby position.
Set your test meter to read DC voltage. Then place the negative (black) lead of your meter into the black Test
Point located in the Tube Bias section on the rear panel. Then place the positive (red) lead of your meter into the
red Test Point. Depending on the size of your test leads you may have to hold them in the Test Points to assure a
After the tubes have warmed up for about a minute turn the Standby switch to the Operate position and read the
voltage on your meter. With a small screwdriver you will need to adjust the Bias Adjust trim pot located
just below the Test Points so that your meter reads about
volts if you are using EL34 tubes
volts if you are using 6L6 tubes. Turning the Bias Adjust trim pot clockwise will increase
the voltage and turning it counterclockwise will decrease the voltage.
After initially setting the bias allow your amp to warm up for about 5 more minutes then retest and readjust the
bias as indicated above. Exact readings are not critical and some ﬂ uctuation is normal. Just try to get as close to
the target voltage as possible.
Your amp is now biased and ready to play!
Tube Bias Background Information
– All ampliﬁ ers (solid-state or tube) require bias to work properly. In a single ended
ampliﬁ er, the requirements are simple in that the tube should be “biased” or operated so that with no signal present, DC
current should ﬂ ow through the output stage (tube and transformer) at approximately 1/2 the maximum design value.
When the signal transitions “positive” the current increases from the quiescent position and when the signal transitions
“negative” the current decreases from the quiescent position. So you can see that if there was no bias, there would be no
quiescent current, thus no way to operate properly for the negative “going” portion of the signal, limiting the negative side
of the waveform. Too much bias would limit the amount of current you could add for positive “going” signals, limiting that
side of the waveform.
For a push-pull output stage (tube amps), the scenario is different, since one tube ampliﬁ es the positive “going” portion
of the signal and the other tube ampliﬁ es the negative “going” portion of the signal. In fact, if the world was perfect, we
would need no bias since the positive side of zero would be handled completely by one tube and the negative side of zero
would be handled completely by the other tube. This would be the proper deﬁ nition of “class B operation”. Since tubes
are not perfect devices, the transition at zero is not very linear…this is as one tube turns off, the other tube may not be
quite ready to turn on. This can lead to a discontinuity of the signal around zero which is the worst possible place for it to
occur—as it is highly audible and rather ugly sounding. The solution once again is to bias both tubes slightly “on” to allow
for a more graceful handoff between the positive and negative sides of the signal, called “AB operation”. This is done by
adjusting the bias just enough to achieve the necessary results. Too much bias and current will be wasted as heat
dissipated within the power tubes and output transformer greatly shortening your power tube’s useful life. Too little bias
may give the amp a cold, grainy texture.
• POWER TUBES BECOME VERY HOT AFTER BEING USED.
• NEVER CHANGE THE POWER TUBES UNTIL THEY HAVE COOLED FOR AT LEAST 15 MINUTES.
• NEVER CHANGE THE TUBES WITH THE AMP ON!!!
• Since your EL DIABLO 100 ships with all tubes installed and the ampliﬁ er fully tested, biased and burned-in at the
factory, the user set-up is quite simple.
• Un-box your EL DIABLO and verify that the AC input input voltage selector switch matches the power in your area. The
EL DIABLO ships from the factory with the switch set to 115 volts.
• Verify that you have the correct mains cord-set for your area. This piece of information is primarily for our international
customers who may have a choice of power receptacles in their country.
• Make sure to send in your warranty registration card.
• Read your owner’s manual. There is valuable information and safety tips in this manual and the knowledge you learn
here will translate into enjoyable quality tone for years to come.
We’ve included a collection of “sample settings” below to use as a reference for getting yourself familiarized with some of
the more popular sounds possible from the EL DIABLO 100. We recognize that tone is very subjective to each individual,
but these settings are a collaboration of our “resident tone-staffers”.
FULLERTON, CALIFORNIA SPANK AND SPARKLE
Turn this into a great “Chicago Blues” setting by adding a touch of reverb.
“BLACK MAGIC WOMAN”
Warm & vocal solo tone.
UNIQUELY GENZ BENZ
Modern rock tone suitable for any stage.
BLACK FACE WARMTH AND SHIMMER “BLUES SOLO”
Setting is very touch-sensitive. Dig in for a nice break-up.
CLASSIC EDDIE “BROWN” SOUND
Need we say more?
80’S BRITTISH STACK-BARK AND GRIND
Great hard rock rhythm! Many of today’s “hi-gain” amps are too compressed to get this growl.
LATE 60’S BRITISH STACK ON STEROIDS
This is it! The sound that others tried for, only to end up with a squashed sound that wasn’t dynamic and wouldn’t cut
through the mix. Hotter than the EDDIE “brown sound”!
DROPPED TUNING NU-METAL
If this is too much gain, then you’re too old!
12AX7CZ (Tesla/JJ) - Input Buffer and Hot Channel Gain
12AX7AC4 (Ruby Tubes™) - Warm and Hot Channel preamp tubes
RATED OUTPUT POWER:
4 x EL 34 power tubes: 100 watts
4 x 6L6 power tubes: 95 watts
350 watts max.
Main power fuse (rear panel): 4 amp Slo Blo (100v, 115v), 2 amp Slo Blo (230 v)
Power tube heater fuse (internal): 5 amp Slo Blo
10.75”H x 28”W x 11”D
(Due to the Genz Benz commitment to quality and improvements, we reserve the right to change speciﬁ cations without notice)
Always use caution when changing tubes. The power switch on the ampliﬁ er should be turned off and the power cable
unplugged from the source.
CHANGING POWER TUBES
- The tubes should be cool. When changing the power amp tubes push down on the silver
tube retainer and carefully work the tubes out of the ceramic socket by pulling up while rocking the tube slightly and
gently. When re-installing power tubes note that both the tube base and the pin positions, are “keyed” to the socket. Make
sure that you seat the tube base properly in the socket and carefully push it tight into the socket. Conﬁ rm that the BIAS
SWITCH is in the correct position for the type of power tubes being used.
CHANGING PREAMP TUBES
- The tubes should be cool. Each preamp tube is secured with a special tube retainer that
keeps the tube seated properly and also helps to counter-act unwanted tube microphonics. A small Phillips
screw-driver will be needed to unscrew the round tube retainer. After this retainer has been removed, rock the tube
slightly and gently while pulling up on the tube and remove it carefully. When re-installing preamp tubes, note that the pin
positions are “keyed” to the socket. Make sure that you seat the tube pins properly in the socket and carefully push it tight
into the socket. Reattach the round tube retainer. Make sure the rubber grommet inside the tube retainer securely holds
down the preamp tube.
OUTPUT TUBE BIAS
– The output tube bias does not need to be adjusted if the tubes are replaced with Ruby Tubes™
EL 34 BSTR tubes that have the same “PC” number as the ones installed from the factory. However, if you are
replacing the tubes with anything other than Ruby Tubes™ EL 34BSTR’s with the same “PC” number, then your amp
should be rebiased by a qualiﬁ ed technician who is familiar with high voltage tube power amp servicing. This will ensure
optimum performance, tone and tube longevity.
NOTE: Dangerous and/or lethal high voltages are present inside the ampliﬁ er chassis. Refer all servicing to
qualiﬁ ed service persons.
THREE YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
Genz Benz Enclosures warrants the El DIABLO 100 to be free from defects in materials and workmanship, for a period of
3 years from the date of purchase, when purchased from an authorized Genz Benz dealer.
Tubes are warranted for a
period of 6 months from the date of purchase.
This warranty does not cover wear and tear incurred from the normal designed use of the product.
This warranty is only effective if a copy of the original sales receipt is presented at the time of warranty service.
This limited warranty is completely transferable to any subsequent buyer as long as the original sales receipt is transferred
to such subsequent buyer. See your warranty card for all details.
ALL WARRANTY SERVICE MUST BE PERFORMED BY A GENZ BENZ AUTHORIZED SERVICE CENTER. Before
returning any unit to the manufacturer for service, a RETURN MERCHANDISE AUTHORIZATION (RA#) must be obtained
by calling 480-941-0705.
Declaration of Conformity
(89/336 EEC-EMC Directive)
Genz Benz, a division of Kaman Music
7811 East Pierce Street
Audio Ampliﬁ er
Operating Power Condition:
115/230 V, 50/60 Hz
Conforms to the Following Standards:
[X] EN 55013: 2001 + A1: 2003
[X] EN 60065
[ ] FCC 47CFR Part 15-B, Class B
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