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Hiwatt B100/15
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Bass Guitar Combo Amp from Hiwatt belonging to the Maxwatt series.

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  • the géant vertthe géant vert

    combo simple and effective

    Hiwatt B100/15Published on 08/28/11 at 06:05
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    100 W transistor
    Hp 15 "+ tweeter
    Input B Input B active and passive
    gain, master volume, 7-band graphic equalizer, compressor
    output hp Supp. Exit Line

    baffle-mounted "bass reflex"?

    UTILIZATION

    round sound and accurate
    effective corrections, we will at the most severe acute
    good attack, fast response
    one branch, it plays

    SOUNDS

    seems pretty versatile

    OVERALL OPINION

    Can be a bit of saturation when pushed a little
    Very good quality / price ratio
    I recommend this model, which saturates unless the RB4 of Laney, who has more "breadth" of the A100 Hartke
    (So ​​far I have not tested "live")
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    100 W transistor
    Hp 15 "+ tweeter
    Input B Input B active and passive
    gain, master volume, 7-band graphic equalizer, compressor
    output hp Supp. Exit Line

    baffle-mounted "bass reflex"?

    UTILIZATION

    round sound and accurate
    effective corrections, we will at the most severe acute
    good attack, fast response
    one branch, it plays

    SOUNDS

    seems pretty versatile

    OVERALL OPINION

    Can be a bit of saturation when pushed a little
    Very good quality / price ratio
    I recommend this model, which saturates unless the RB4 of Laney, who has more "breadth" of the A100 Hartke
    (So ​​far I have not tested "live")
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  • marcifmarcif

    Hiwatt B100/15Published on 12/02/07 at 12:38
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    -Transistor amplifier
    -100w
    An active-entered, another passive.
    -A is the artery that serves as an XLR for transplanting, and an output hp external
    -Gain, master volume and contour
    -Compressor (push-pull)
    -Graphic Equaliser (7bandes)

    UTILIZATION

    Yes simple setup, the sound is obtained if you know a little tater of the equalizer. For against the HP tends to saturate when you push too serious, it's a shame for a 15-hp ...

    SOUNDS

    At the tone, I think we can have it all by managing the equalizer

    OVERALL OPINION

    This is my first combo, to repeat and I met many concerts, I used it for 10 months with a 4 * 10 cabinet ampeg, the sound is much better when…
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    -Transistor amplifier
    -100w
    An active-entered, another passive.
    -A is the artery that serves as an XLR for transplanting, and an output hp external
    -Gain, master volume and contour
    -Compressor (push-pull)
    -Graphic Equaliser (7bandes)

    UTILIZATION

    Yes simple setup, the sound is obtained if you know a little tater of the equalizer. For against the HP tends to saturate when you push too serious, it's a shame for a 15-hp ...

    SOUNDS

    At the tone, I think we can have it all by managing the equalizer

    OVERALL OPINION

    This is my first combo, to repeat and I met many concerts, I used it for 10 months with a 4 * 10 cabinet ampeg, the sound is much better when it turns into 4 ohm.
    The quality / price / power ratio is good.
    Do not expect her extrordinaire with this amp, but it's still very good job.
    See less
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