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Carvin announces the new BX250 Micro Bass head, a 250 watt amp.

It has 3 different EQ’s, which include 2 parametric mid-band filters, bass and treble controls, and a contour control. Other features include a one-knob compressor to hold your peaks and a DI control with XLR output that’s switchable pre or post EQ. The mute and active/passive pickup switches are another plus, according to Carvin. The tuner/phone output allows you to hit the mute for silent on-stage tuning or practice with headphones.



The BX250 produces 200 watts at 8 ohms and 250 watts at 4 ohms, providing headroom for clean output from its Class D design.



Carvin also offers new compact bass systems based on the BX250 head. These BX250 systems are available with the BR Series 2 X 10 cabinets, with or without Neodymium drivers; and with the BRx Neodymium 2 X 10 cabinet.



Read more on the BX250 Micro Bass Head here.

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