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  • hiwattdoctorhiwattdoctor

    Ampeg SVT-200TPublished on 04/18/09 at 17:23
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Combo 410 or head all transistors
    200 watts rms @ 8 ohms, 350 watts rms @ 4 ohms
    Input: jack x 2 (0 & db - 15db) output: jack x 2
    gain, 6 band eq, volume, bi-amp, line out
    the pattern is marked 1987, large transistor amplifier made in usa absolutely silent, fanless
    Preamp circuit 1458 texas instrument x 8 (easily upgradeable)
    amp: output transistor 15022 x4 mj & 15023 x4 (very good transistors motorola also used by the peavey tnt 130 150 160 and 400 amp sound cs cs 800: Amp unbreakable!)
    main weakness: power capacitors too small micro 3300 / 80 volt X2
    big flaw: the knobs go much beyond the front facade = very fragile and more knobs to the standard con (on the same crate)
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    Combo 410 or head all transistors
    200 watts rms @ 8 ohms, 350 watts rms @ 4 ohms
    Input: jack x 2 (0 & db - 15db) output: jack x 2
    gain, 6 band eq, volume, bi-amp, line out
    the pattern is marked 1987, large transistor amplifier made in usa absolutely silent, fanless
    Preamp circuit 1458 texas instrument x 8 (easily upgradeable)
    amp: output transistor 15022 x4 mj & 15023 x4 (very good transistors motorola also used by the peavey tnt 130 150 160 and 400 amp sound cs cs 800: Amp unbreakable!)
    main weakness: power capacitors too small micro 3300 / 80 volt X2
    big flaw: the knobs go much beyond the front facade = very fragile and more knobs to the standard con (on the same crate)
    Maximum price: do not buy this amp over 500 euro it is more than twenty years, and c is not a tube svt 1969 but it remains a good amplifier next to crap built today in China and given to 500 watts! !

    UTILIZATION

    Yes there is no simpler
    if you put your fingers on the lower right boxes it sounds
    no need for a bts s serve
    (Owned manual and diagrams of plant ampeg if necessary)

    SOUNDS

    Yes c is an ampeg
    No matter
    what we want to simply have ears

    OVERALL OPINION

    _______________________________________________________________________________________________
    a bit heavy to carry
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  • 250cr250cr

    Awesome and indestructible

    Ampeg SVT-200TPublished on 09/21/10 at 14:30
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Amp transistors that the great era of high-end component 200w into 8 ohms and 320 W into 4 ohms (real watts)
    For HPs were 4x10 that shake the walls.
    - Connectivity:
    Jack 2 a 0 1 to 15 db
    2 hp output jack
    DI output in post or pre preamp and XLR jack with level of Knob
    1 preamp output power amp
    A direct input in the amp to connect another preamp
    1 input 2 output jack for the crossover
    An effects loop with send and return jacks as
    Settings: gain equalization six rotary pots 4 in the first 2-62Hz and pulling the second low hultra the troisème 125Hz 300Hz 400Hz pulling the fourth 600hz pulling 850Hz 1.7 kHz fifth-sixth 4kHz pulling ultra hight
    Then the master 2-position by pulling the…
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    Amp transistors that the great era of high-end component 200w into 8 ohms and 320 W into 4 ohms (real watts)
    For HPs were 4x10 that shake the walls.
    - Connectivity:
    Jack 2 a 0 1 to 15 db
    2 hp output jack
    DI output in post or pre preamp and XLR jack with level of Knob
    1 preamp output power amp
    A direct input in the amp to connect another preamp
    1 input 2 output jack for the crossover
    An effects loop with send and return jacks as
    Settings: gain equalization six rotary pots 4 in the first 2-62Hz and pulling the second low hultra the troisème 125Hz 300Hz 400Hz pulling the fourth 600hz pulling 850Hz 1.7 kHz fifth-sixth 4kHz pulling ultra hight
    Then the master 2-position by pulling the limiter operates.
    after the 2 pots Crossover
    and finally the volume pot output level line out.
    A special mention for a heavy-duty construction and a rock-solid.

    UTILIZATION

    The settings are simple and effective immediately have obtained a clear and warm, the standard Ampeg. The manual I have not had, so no comment but I do not need.

    SOUNDS

    It is very suitable for all styles of music with a sound that is both broad and powerful. I think hi-fi sound but very safe especially with a second baffle 38 (JBL E 140). I play with a Squier Precision Bass Special 4c equipped with a second type micro jazz bass. I like the sounds warm and clear I am happy with this combo. I hate to sound cold and nazillard as a megaphone.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a month. I tried several models before. I also have a Trace Elliot three bodies. What I like most is his strong side reliably with a warm and powerful. the only thing I reproach him is that he is even better with the added Bafil 38. At value for money is a bit expensive but the Ampeg and Costeau, plus it's very rare now a product with an excellent reputation and high reliability. So you only live once ...
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