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Markbass CMD 151P Jeff Berlin
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Markbass CMD 151P Jeff Berlin

Bass Guitar Combo Amp from Markbass belonging to the CMD series.

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Mr MoeMr Moe

Markbass CMD 151P Jeff BerlinPublished on 04/27/07 at 05:40
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Bass combo transistor
300 W into 8 ohms (with the original cabinet)
500 W into 4 ohms (with additional baffle)
Settings:
Gain, Bass, Mid Low, Mid High, High, STEL (a kind of low pass filter), FFT (filter digging mediums and increasing the bass and treble)
Connections:
Jack inputs, XLR
Line Out
Effects loop
HP 15 inches and piezo tweeter (contrary to the manufacturer's website says)
Weight 21.2 kg
In short everything you need to weight and size very small.

UTILIZATION

The settings are very simple.
The EQ is very effective.
The VLE allows for the high frequencies for a more "rock"
The FFT allows one to have two seconds to slap her
The manual (in English)...…
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Bass combo transistor
300 W into 8 ohms (with the original cabinet)
500 W into 4 ohms (with additional baffle)
Settings:
Gain, Bass, Mid Low, Mid High, High, STEL (a kind of low pass filter), FFT (filter digging mediums and increasing the bass and treble)
Connections:
Jack inputs, XLR
Line Out
Effects loop
HP 15 inches and piezo tweeter (contrary to the manufacturer's website says)
Weight 21.2 kg
In short everything you need to weight and size very small.

UTILIZATION

The settings are very simple.
The EQ is very effective.
The VLE allows for the high frequencies for a more "rock"
The FFT allows one to have two seconds to slap her
The manual (in English) is well done and simple.

SOUNDS

I used a Yamaha TRB (active with large level) and BB5000 (passive pickups Benedetti).
This amp comes out of the grave impressive (especially for size). With the adjustments, you get fast sounds nice for all styles. The only trouble is I think the mediums. They lack definition. And when you want to play hard they tend to be somewhat invasive.
For cons, the "transparency" of the amp is in perspective because even if some colors the sound, it is still typed transistor, it has not the dynamics of a tube amp and still quite cold.

OVERALL OPINION

I used it 4 months in clubs / pubs / rehearsals before selling because the sound did not suit me. He lacked definition and warmth. Also, I never managed to find a sound with a proper balance of mediums.
I was atire by the power / weight ratio in a "reasonable" price. I think it's the highlight of this amp, 20 kg for potato as a body of two 70 kg, all in a package small enough. Its power can play without problem in clubs / pubs with a drummer like a lumberjack.
I also tried the CMD 102P that much less serious and CMD 103P which sounds great but is larger (and more expensive).
In retrospect, I think this amp has great value because it combines good sound, weight and size more than reasonable.
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reno2reno2

Markbass CMD 151P Jeff BerlinPublished on 03/25/08 at 10:54
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Bass guitar amp or a transistor bass
300 W 8 ohm
1 HP 15 inch: -> B & Manufacturing Cspeaker range just above the Eminence and the HP is the most important
there is a tweeter contrary to what markbass said on its website
1 input jack
1 XLR input (ex-bass unit)
1 post EQ direct output (great use in the studio well above some direct boxes)
1 output for tuner
Setting: severe 40 Hz, 360hz low medium, medium 800 hz high, acute 5Khz every time + - 16 db
VLE and VPF filter to "sculpt the sound"

weight approx 20 kg

UTILIZATION

Ultra simple, no need for manual

SOUNDS

The frequency settings are powerful but the combo is "fairly neutral" meaning that even if adjustments...…
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Bass guitar amp or a transistor bass
300 W 8 ohm
1 HP 15 inch: -> B & Manufacturing Cspeaker range just above the Eminence and the HP is the most important
there is a tweeter contrary to what markbass said on its website
1 input jack
1 XLR input (ex-bass unit)
1 post EQ direct output (great use in the studio well above some direct boxes)
1 output for tuner
Setting: severe 40 Hz, 360hz low medium, medium 800 hz high, acute 5Khz every time + - 16 db
VLE and VPF filter to "sculpt the sound"

weight approx 20 kg

UTILIZATION

Ultra simple, no need for manual

SOUNDS

The frequency settings are powerful but the combo is "fairly neutral" meaning that even if adjustments are made on the extreme left of the instrument ... for those who want to change the sound of their instrument with the amp settings, go your way (or switch instruments)

issue is too much power! I play with groups in cafes or small rooms, I never exceed 30% of the master and sometimes I play with loggers

OVERALL OPINION

1 year

+ Power / weight, neutral settings, sound,

- Too powerful, but it's not his fault

I played on warwik, fender, trace, laney
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  • Manufacturer: Markbass
  • Model: CMD 151P Jeff Berlin
  • Series: CMD
  • Category: Bass Guitar Combo Amps
  • Added in our database on: 04/27/2007

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