Amplifier used as part of a DJ setup
- A BGW professional power amplifier, model number 100B. The metal amplifier is black in color with white type. The front plate has three dials and an earphone jack. There is a BGW logo on the proper right of the front plate and cursive text that reads: [Professional / Power Amplifier / Model 100B] on the proper left of the front plate. The top of the amplifier has a long caution message in white text. The back of the amplifier has a plate with model information, a frayed power cord, a fuse, two outlets, inputs, and outputs. The plate with model information reads: [MODEL 100B S/N 79D0206 / THIS UNIT IS WIRED FOR THE VOLTAGE AND CURRENT INDICATED BELOW TO CHANGE VOLTAGE REFER TO OWNERS MANUAL. / 120 VOLTS 3 AMPS].
- Data Source
- National Museum of African American History and Culture
- Manufactured by
- BGW Systems, American, founded 1971
- Used by
- Angelo T. King, American, born 1959
- Credit Line
- Collection of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, Angelo T. King / The Original DJ Tony Tone AKA Tony Crush of The Cold Crush Brothers
- metal and plastic
- H x W x D (without cord): 1 3/4 × 19 × 12 1/8 in. (4.4 × 48.3 × 30.8 cm)
- H x W x D (with cord): 1 3/4 × 19 × 20 1/2 in., 19 lb. (4.4 × 48.3 × 52.1 cm, 8.6 kg)
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