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Seymour Duncan Original HB-1 Blackouts Active Humbucker Neck 

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Lose the bad hum, crank up the tone!

Seymour Duncan Blackouts are 9-volt active humbuckers that provide more extended frequency response with less compression. Seymour Duncan engineers have captured the tone players want in an active guitar pickup design with the benefits of balanced inputs.

Not only do Seymour Duncan Blackouts active humbuckers have less hum than most active humbuckers, they also have more lows, more highs, and more output. Simply put, the Blackouts have more tone than most active pickups. Players will find far fewer problems with hum, especially near computer monitors and fluorescent lighting.

Blackouts are available in individual neck and bridge models, or as a two-pickup set. All versions come with all necessary mounting hardware, including pots, jack, and a battery clip.


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Original HB-1 Blackouts Active Humbucker Specifications:

AHB-1 Blackout Neck Model Specifications

Resonant Frequency: 750 Hz
Average Output Voltage: 0.65 Volts RMS (1)
Maximum Output Voltage: 2.60 Volts RMS (2)
Noise: -97dBV
Output Impedance: 1K Ohm
Current Consumption: 350 micro-amperes
Battery Life: 1420 hours (3)
Preamp Topology: Discrete hybrid differential, FET input
Preamp Gain: 16 dB
Preamp THD at 1V: .003%

AHB-1 Blackout Bridge Model Specifications

Resonant Frequency: 530 Hz
Average Output Voltage: 2.00 Volts RMS (1)
Maximum Output Voltage: 2.60 Volts RMS (2)
Noise: -96dBV
Output Impedance: 1K Ohm
Current Consumption: 350 micro-amperes
Battery Life: 1420 hours (3)
Preamp Topology: Discrete hybrid differential, FET input
Preamp Gain: 18 dB
Preamp THD at 1V: .003%

Notes:
(1) Output voltage measured under the following conditions:
a. Pickups installed in a guitar and set up for typical playing conditions.
b. Neck pickup adjusted approx. 3/16" from strings.
c. Bridge pickup adjusted approx. 1/8" from strings.
d. String gauge used - .010 to .046
e. Open E-chord strummed at moderate intensity.
f. 5 sample average reading taken using storage oscilloscope.
(2) Maximum output voltage is taken at the onset of clipping in the preamp when powered from a 9 Volt source.
Battery life computed for one pickup. Divide by two for life of set.
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