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News TC Electronic BH500

BH500 is the newest addition to TC Electronic’s Bass Amp 2.0 line up, and combined with the BC410 / BC212 / BC210 cabinet range, it is designed to stack up to become any rig imagineable.

 

The BH500 features tone-shaping tools such as TubeTone, SpectraComp and bass tuned tone controls. TubeTone was originally introduced on TC Electronic’s RH450 bass amp and it replicates both a full preamp and power amp to create classic tube warmth or full-on overdriven rock sounds.

 

Also, the 3 user memories are designed to let users change their tone at any given time while the integrated tuner allows for silent tuning on the fly.

 

The Tolex covered BC cabs come in 3 models: 4×10”, 2×10” or 2×12”, and they can be mixed and matched as well as stacked both vertically and horizontally.

 

BH500 Main Features:

  • SpectraComp – Multi-band compression.
  • TubeTone – Emulation of both tube preamp and tube power amp.
  • Presets – Three user defined presets.
  • On-board Tuner – Bass tuner. Automatically mutes the drivers and balanced out.
  • TweeterTone – Front panel tweeter level control.
  • 4-band EQ – Bass, Lo-Mid, Hi-Mid, Treble.
  • Contour – Two contour shapes for instant warm and smooth tones.
  • TweeterTone – Front panel tweeter control.
  • AUX In– Connection for CD or Mp3 players.
  • Headphones Output – Automatically mutes the drivers.
  • Balanced Line Out– XLR connector and switching between pre and post EQ.
  • Power – 500 watts (1000 watts peak)

 

BC Cabinets Man Features:

  • Customized Eminence drivers – Punchy and tight sound with an edge!
  • Stackability – Stacks up vertically or horizontally.
  • Power – BC210/212: 250 watt, BC410: 500 watt.
  • Tolex covered – Great look and durability.

 

Prices & Availability

  • BH500 $699 USD MSRP

 

  • BC212 $570 USD MSRP

 

Available: November 2010

Visit www.tcelectronic.com/bh500.asp for more details.
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