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  • lip63lip63

    Acoustic BC-2Published on 04/11/09 at 22:20
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Amplification Transistor
    given for 200-220 Watt RMS

    Front View:
    2 entries for a passive / active a-12dB
    4 tone controls with a switch on the treble
    A limiter with adjustable threshold
    Bi-Amp setting a
    an equalizer 40Hz 80Hz 160Hz 7 bands 320Hz 640Hz 900Hz 1.5 kHz
    Rear Panel:
    power in addition to fuel an out effect
    a loop effect
    entry to use only the power amp
    two outputs for speakers
    Low impedance output to connect directly to a console
    Enclosure Combo 1x15 inch slightly inclined

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to use. Ample power for configuration rehearsal or concert. A little heavy as all the combos, but it benefited from two handles on the side. The amp is …
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    Amplification Transistor
    given for 200-220 Watt RMS

    Front View:
    2 entries for a passive / active a-12dB
    4 tone controls with a switch on the treble
    A limiter with adjustable threshold
    Bi-Amp setting a
    an equalizer 40Hz 80Hz 160Hz 7 bands 320Hz 640Hz 900Hz 1.5 kHz
    Rear Panel:
    power in addition to fuel an out effect
    a loop effect
    entry to use only the power amp
    two outputs for speakers
    Low impedance output to connect directly to a console
    Enclosure Combo 1x15 inch slightly inclined

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to use. Ample power for configuration rehearsal or concert. A little heavy as all the combos, but it benefited from two handles on the side. The amp is transported on the side. It also has space for installing wheels.

    SOUNDS

    The only weak point is the 15-inch speaker that sounds a bit mid and not very modern. Provided that he adds a more modern vessel with 12 inch + horn, the receiver can fully deliver the power and the "range" required low-frequency signal to the top.
    The other option and use a pedal (kind POD XT Live) with an amp simulator and is capable of simulating different speakers (in this case we will use just the power amp and speaker as if there was an element of sound).

    OVERALL OPINION

    Although it is not an amp for the first time acoustic, that of the legendary 360, it is very enjoyable to watch when illuminated. Amplification and its settings have nothing to be ashamed and only the speaker seems a little outdated but it is very easy to add items to make him regain youth. If you find one cheap, it's really an amp that can take years.
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