Demand for bandwidth in optical communications necessitates the development of scalable transceivers that cater to these needs. For this, in DWDM systems with/without Superchannels, the optical source needs to provide a large number of optical carriers. The conventional method of utilizing separate lasers makes the system bulky and inefficient. A multi-wavelength source which spans the entire C-band with sufficient power is needed to replace individual lasers. In addition, multi-wavelength sources at high repetition rates are necessary in various applications such as spectroscopy, astronomical spectrograph calibration, microwave photonics and arbitrary waveform generation. Here, we demonstrate a novel technique for equalized, multi-wavelength source generation which generates over 160 lines at 25GHz repetition rate, spanning the entire C-band with total power >700mW. A 25GHz Comb with 16 lines is generated around 1550nm starting with two individual lasers using a system of directly driven, cascaded intensity and phase modulators. This is then amplified to >1W using an optimized, Erbium-Ytterbium co-doped fiber amplifier. Subsequently, they are passed through Highly NonLinear Fiber at its zero-dispersion wavelength. Through cascaded Four Wave Mixing, a ten-fold increase in the number of lines is demonstrated. A bandwidth of 4.32 THz (174 lines, SNR>15 dB), covering the entire C-band is generated. Enhanced spectral broadening is enabled by two key aspects - Dual laser input provides the optimal temporal profile for spectral broadening while the comb generation prior to amplification enables greater power scaling by suppression of Brillouin scattering. The multi-wavelength source is extremely agile with tunable center frequency and repetition rate.