Hi there, I'm ready to order a Kemper with amplifier to replace my tube amp.
My practice space is small (12x13 ft) and my tube amp notoriously overheats the room when the doors are closed and I have it cranked and running through the attenuator.
The amp heat is in addition to that generated by my iMac Pro, dual monitors, hard drives etc. The tube amp puts the temps over the top beyond what the AC can keep up.
I believe the Kemper with amp turned off will work fine via my studio monitors but I'm getting the amplified Kemper just in case I end up needing a Kone Kab for the speaker in the room feel or just to jam out.
Can anyone give me a relative comparison of the heat generated by the toaster unit when running the amplifier and also NOT running the amplifier? How does it compare to a cranked tube amp? I know "hot" is relative but if you have tube amp experience you know what I mean. Is it too hot to touch? Warm to touch? Similar to a computer or TV?
I would appreciate any comments and experiences you can share.