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Hartke A70

Bass Guitar Combo Amp from Hartke belonging to the A Combos series

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Hartke A70Published on 04/17/05 at 07:38
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
70W amplifier transistors
between active / passive
between CD
effects loop
legalization 7-band graphic + 2 buttons rglage treble / bass
volume gnral
limiter
headphone
Line Out

UTILIZATION

The BTE is rather easy to use
test with a flat rglages spector (core unfortunately), a fender jazz bass mexico and Cort A4, the sound is clear and trs prcis properly, add a little legalization and it becomes super!

SOUNDS

I play mostly ska and reggae, the roundness in the bass and treble in prsence, and with some rglages get a great sound!
I could numrer styles I radotterai tests I saying that the A70 provides what is expected of him!
I played with a Cort Artisan 4 which...…
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70W amplifier transistors
between active / passive
between CD
effects loop
legalization 7-band graphic + 2 buttons rglage treble / bass
volume gnral
limiter
headphone
Line Out

UTILIZATION

The BTE is rather easy to use
test with a flat rglages spector (core unfortunately), a fender jazz bass mexico and Cort A4, the sound is clear and trs prcis properly, add a little legalization and it becomes super!

SOUNDS

I play mostly ska and reggae, the roundness in the bass and treble in prsence, and with some rglages get a great sound!
I could numrer styles I radotterai tests I saying that the A70 provides what is expected of him!
I played with a Cort Artisan 4 which also prone versatility

OVERALL OPINION

It's been one month that I use and I flach on design with its aluminum HP
in this power range between home and RPET is a good qualitprix most competitors saturate quickly when you push the sound (I think Ashdown, Laney and others)
I do it again without a choice hsiter ...
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Hartke A70Published on 07/19/05 at 16:55
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Transistor amplifier
Power 70 watts
Connections: between active and passive effects loop, a direct out, and headphone jack
Rglages: Volume, Bass, Treble, 7-band EQ and a limiter prscence.

UTILIZATION

Trs simple configuration pasbesoin to spend hours on it to get to understand the beast
Thanks to the EQ is reached very quickly find the sound you are looking

SOUNDS

I play from rock to metal and this amp suits me perfectly
I play a Stagg BC300 and a Cort Artisan B5 prmet for me to adjust the sound with the EQ on my bass and that of the amp.
With this amp you get all the sounds (almost)

OVERALL OPINION

I have this amp for 1 year
What I like most is the EQ and what I...…
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Transistor amplifier
Power 70 watts
Connections: between active and passive effects loop, a direct out, and headphone jack
Rglages: Volume, Bass, Treble, 7-band EQ and a limiter prscence.

UTILIZATION

Trs simple configuration pasbesoin to spend hours on it to get to understand the beast
Thanks to the EQ is reached very quickly find the sound you are looking

SOUNDS

I play from rock to metal and this amp suits me perfectly
I play a Stagg BC300 and a Cort Artisan B5 prmet for me to adjust the sound with the EQ on my bass and that of the amp.
With this amp you get all the sounds (almost)

OVERALL OPINION

I have this amp for 1 year
What I like most is the EQ and what I like least is the limiter (which I use very little)
The report is correct qualitprix without being exceptional (I buy 400 euros)
With the experience I will buy the most powerful model (A100) as it does not deliver enough of me puisaance especially when you are playing metal.
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chicomorenochicomoreno

Hartke A70Published on 09/01/05 at 06:43
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Transistor amplifier
70 Watts

Front:
Entry-passive and active
-CD input (RCA)
Entry-headphones

Rear:
-Effects loop
Direct-output (XLR)
8-Ohm speaker output

Volume, bass, treble
7 Band Equalizer
Limiter

UTILIZATION

Using super simple, let's say that the equalizer has much to do with respect the right sound.
The manual?? Oops the A-70 is so simple that I forgot to check, anyway the amp itself is clear and sufficient

SOUNDS

Anyway I was bleuffé the aluminum cone. Being accustomed to using the Celestion must say that it jete in the roundness and accuracy please! I joueavec an LH Cort NB4 and I barely find the right setting on my bass on the A-70. With the...…
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Transistor amplifier
70 Watts

Front:
Entry-passive and active
-CD input (RCA)
Entry-headphones

Rear:
-Effects loop
Direct-output (XLR)
8-Ohm speaker output

Volume, bass, treble
7 Band Equalizer
Limiter

UTILIZATION

Using super simple, let's say that the equalizer has much to do with respect the right sound.
The manual?? Oops the A-70 is so simple that I forgot to check, anyway the amp itself is clear and sufficient

SOUNDS

Anyway I was bleuffé the aluminum cone. Being accustomed to using the Celestion must say that it jete in the roundness and accuracy please! I joueavec an LH Cort NB4 and I barely find the right setting on my bass on the A-70. With the combination of the two I can get almost any sound. I play Rancid, Iron Maiden, Stu Ham, Aerosmith ... What quite varied and there is nothing to complain about all the styles it provides for a 70 watts.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 6 months and what I like very much is that it can be used in inclined Too cool!
I also like making phone that does not alter the sound of the bass, making CDs for home, her weight (20kg), XLR direct output: can connect to a console without an almost total loss of signal, which therefore needed a little more I called the governor plays a role when plugged into the amp and console.
An exellent value for money I try all the other amps up to the same bin size and is not better!!
My choice I'll do it again by buying a double body Hartke but I keep him at home.
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Hartke A70Published on 09/30/05 at 09:08
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
-Transistor
-70 Watts
-Entry passive / active
RCA-connections
-Headphone jack (very useful)
-XLR
-Loop effects
-Gain, bass, treble, equalizer NGD, limit (effiace).

UTILIZATION

General-good config. Very intuitive.
-I find it very easy to find a good sound. The settings are precise and arrive very quickly at the sound that is sought.

SOUNDS

I find it quite versatile. I play a Fender Ibanez SRX505 or Jazzbass and in both cases, I always find my sound. In addition, the HP aluminum is terrible. Notice to slappeurs grass!

OVERALL OPINION

IT CAN BE USED I like amp for 6 months of work and I am very satisfied. It can be put in position "return", which is very...…
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-Transistor
-70 Watts
-Entry passive / active
RCA-connections
-Headphone jack (very useful)
-XLR
-Loop effects
-Gain, bass, treble, equalizer NGD, limit (effiace).

UTILIZATION

General-good config. Very intuitive.
-I find it very easy to find a good sound. The settings are precise and arrive very quickly at the sound that is sought.

SOUNDS

I find it quite versatile. I play a Fender Ibanez SRX505 or Jazzbass and in both cases, I always find my sound. In addition, the HP aluminum is terrible. Notice to slappeurs grass!

OVERALL OPINION

IT CAN BE USED I like amp for 6 months of work and I am very satisfied. It can be put in position "return", which is very comfortable. It is even powerful suffisemant to small gigs in bars or on cheeks, but not too strong.

A counselor
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Hartke
  • Model: A70
  • Series: A Combos
  • Category: Bass Guitar Combo Amps
  • Added in our database on: 01/13/2004

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