The head Hartke HA7000 is a bi-amped bass (2x350 W) sparation with high and low frequencies (crossover and balance adjustable). The head possde pramplification two circuits: tube (lamp) and solid state (transistors) that can be used and mixing convenience.
In addition, the head possde a compression circuit, a 10-band graphic qualiseur a rglage edges low and high frequencies. There are possibilities for inserting a circuit effects (loop circuit) and a connection via XLR mixer for the studio or recording.
In short, the technical specifications are rather compltes. We regret the absence of nanmoins qualisation parameter.
The use itself of the head is relatively simple, provided that one is used as an amplification dj bass in his life. The manual is clear though succinct and offers some examples rglages apprcier that allow the subtleties of using the machine.
The DIFFERENT potentiomtres rpondent well and is apprciable, each change affects rglage "vritablement" the sound. On a certain difficulty or "tame" the quality of sound. For personal, I have 10 days to find a sound that suited me vritablement.
At the sound a lot APRS rglage test, I can get her hot and pretty punch. Some could possibly criticize the lack of finesse on the fifth string bass, but everything is a matter of rglages.
I prcise I use this head in bi-amp with a Hartke 410 XL cabinet (4x10-inch aluminum) and a baffle VX115 (1x15-inch standard) and a Boss ME-50B pdalier. This config allows me to vary significantly fawn trs my bass sound and face most resgistres.
Dveloppe power by the head can play in many configurations.
Just a dtail (which enlve 1 point Note Sonora t I do not totally convinced by the compressor of the head which acts only on the trslgrement sound. With my pdalier compressors, for against, no problem.
The head Hartke HA7000 bass amplifier is a product that fits very easy convincing many amplification configuration. Purchase recommended if you want to use bi-amplification. The price is attractive for this product line. So I told my dcerne clbre "thumbs up"