The X-100B tube head remained the same as in 1992, as did all the subordinate amps it powered: the XB212, XB212-2, XB412 and XB812. The X-100B continued to be the flagship Carvin amp, and the prices for it and it's various configurations remained basically the same as the year before.
The Quad-X Amp had some improvements to it's MIDI capabilities, with the addition of standard MIDI connectors, which allowed the unit to be controlled by any MIDI foot controller or device. Otherwise, functions, features and controls remained the same as '92. The Quad-X sold for $569, and was available in packages with the FET450, FET1000, or new Tube 100 power amps.
The new Tube 100 stereo power amp was designed primarily to use in conjunction with the Quad-X. This was a 2-rack space unit which used EL34 Groove Tubes in the power amp itself, and 12AX7 tues in the preamp - the tried and true configuration that had been used in many other Carvin amps over the years. Price on the T100 was $479.