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Marshall DBS 72410 [1996-2000]
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Bass Guitar Combo Amp from Marshall belonging to the DBS series.

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  • boubeboube

    Marshall DBS 72410 [1996-2000]Published on 01/14/05 at 05:28
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Amp transistors with pramp lamp + transistor.
    Power: 200 W
    Baffle 4 * 10 inches
    Between active and passive bass
    Gain setting, the rglage prampli (knob which allows for a mix between lamp and transistor for a more or less hot.)
    7-band EQ with 2 knob for bass and treble + 2 small button to brighten the sound and give it more bass.
    Adjustable by a compressor knob and activated by a button.
    Rglage and the final volume ...

    DI pre and post output equalizer, effects loop, footswitch between a (qualizer)

    For more info: http://www.marshallamps.com/images/archive/dbscombos.html

    UTILIZATION

    At use, no complaints! rglages all are effective and rather simple to understand.…
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    Amp transistors with pramp lamp + transistor.
    Power: 200 W
    Baffle 4 * 10 inches
    Between active and passive bass
    Gain setting, the rglage prampli (knob which allows for a mix between lamp and transistor for a more or less hot.)
    7-band EQ with 2 knob for bass and treble + 2 small button to brighten the sound and give it more bass.
    Adjustable by a compressor knob and activated by a button.
    Rglage and the final volume ...

    DI pre and post output equalizer, effects loop, footswitch between a (qualizer)

    For more info: http://www.marshallamps.com/images/archive/dbscombos.html

    UTILIZATION

    At use, no complaints! rglages all are effective and rather simple to understand. If you do not know Why this simply touch the rglage to report directly on what acted.

    One can obtain a wide range of sound with either severe or very good while snapping rglage thanks especially on the back of the amp (horn attenuator).

    In short use it is terrible!

    The manual is brief but trs not need more effective it is!

    SOUNDS

    Suitable for all styles ... I think I use it mainly for the rock / mtal but as he gives a great sound so it can suit all full of other styles!
    I play it with an Ibanez GSR200 (not great but it leaves me a good sound on this amp) and I like having a crystal its not too rough or too fat ... With this amp can easily get a super sharp as well a deep and heavy ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have my amp for 5 months, I bought used and I'm really happy. In dpart I found its not super super level but I think it comes mainly from my bass is not the top, and in fact one time we play in BPS, is the s 'perceives the quality of the beast! I found my SETTING THE sound for me and since I'm really happy. Besides, I prfre the sound of this amp rather than an amp that I played in a local BPS (3500 + HARTKE speakers ampeg 4 * 10 + 1 * 15). But it's not really comparable either. The only default of this amp is its weight ... pfiou I did not pes but it is strong! But as I dplace occasionally, it is not too serious ... (Must be at least 2 to transport ...)
    In the end I think it's a good value quality trs price for this power on occasion ....
    Marshall is not in trsrput bass amps but they are good products!
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  • Shen49Shen49

    Marshall DBS 72410 [1996-2000]Published on 01/16/09 at 00:40
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - Prampli lamp (in my case relamp before purchase), transo derrire

    - Dlivr Power 200W (200W is the beautiful and the good! A ring of fire god)

    - Connectors:
    Front Pannel:
    2 between Jack HI & Low
    Rear Pannel:
    2 outputs for Cab (4ohm sub mini
    Tuner Out (I do not know what was used!: D)
    effects loop (for chorus, wah, etc ...) So: send + Effects Return
    Line Output (not really useful as a given that there Intgr DI)
    Graphic footswitch
    Balanced XLR DI Output (DI box) with volume knob rglage earth and lift (I do not know what it is).
    + THE CAB: One button for acute rgl trumpet!

    In short it is standard, everything is high-end, each button are trs effective and moving one…
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    - Prampli lamp (in my case relamp before purchase), transo derrire

    - Dlivr Power 200W (200W is the beautiful and the good! A ring of fire god)

    - Connectors:
    Front Pannel:
    2 between Jack HI & Low
    Rear Pannel:
    2 outputs for Cab (4ohm sub mini
    Tuner Out (I do not know what was used!: D)
    effects loop (for chorus, wah, etc ...) So: send + Effects Return
    Line Output (not really useful as a given that there Intgr DI)
    Graphic footswitch
    Balanced XLR DI Output (DI box) with volume knob rglage earth and lift (I do not know what it is).
    + THE CAB: One button for acute rgl trumpet!

    In short it is standard, everything is high-end, each button are trs effective and moving one you spend at all of its Jazz / Reggae Mtal, yet the amp retains its personality !

    Happiness
    - Rglages:
    Gain a button!
    Pramp a button lamp (mix with compression)
    A lo boost (bass) + knob of rglage
    A boost HI (aige) + knob of rglage
    7-band EQ (80Hz to 5000 Hz) ON / OFF Switchable Equalizeur (switch not provided original
    Compression: Trs effective (but mix with the lamp pramp under penalty of loss of power) ON / OFF
    Volume knob (very nice addition to all its knobs) + DI button to enable or disable the passage in DI

    UTILIZATION

    Configuration:
    At once very simple and complicated trs found the sound you're looking APRS easily and it takes a little time to refine and understand the intricacies of bte

    Sound:
    It's here must!
    the sound is clean and well taillbr /> Manual:
    Was no manual, no need except to the rear pannel but only one url:
    http://www.marshallamps.com/archive/dbscombos.html

    SOUNDS

    Ideal all genres and yet strong personality!
    I played with a Cort Artisan C4 active, with a Korg Ax1G of it, and sometimes in AKG wireless system or WMS40PRO SHURE PG1!

    I play Ashdown MAG300-210, I know what AMPEG 200W, 150W Marlboro, Soundwave65w Ibanez, Hartke 350w head + slap, it's simple he buries all!
    Mrs Ampeg is a good amp trs is worse.
    The sound is round despite 4x10 "(which really surprised me) and can be trs snapping at the same time.

    Nothing dtestable on this amp unless you push them too Aiges)

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have been using ending for a year, he had to make a dozen scne!

    It has a default key: WEIGHT! believe me I'm not small arms (t pdt dmnageur some time) but can not load itself without leaving a vertbre!

    I esasy lot of amps before that as the cries above!

    Report qualitprix UNBEATABLE! since bought 400 of OCCAZ with jack plate and new lamp!
    I squinted in an Ashdown (named above) is also another good report qualitprix trs.

    I do it again this choice of course just to see the head of the people when I say that I play on Marshall, first laughs, then costs, then do not laugh more!
    THE SOUND tearing SA MOM

    I just put in 8 and 9 use the global standard because of the weight, but hey there is at the head + body!
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  • studio35studio35

    Marshall DBS 72410 [1996-2000]Published on 10/14/10 at 09:46
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I do not redo the descriptive aadj t done.
    At the level of possibility rglage is complete, everyone is benefiting. A

    UTILIZATION

    both very simple and very complicated well yes ... with all the buttons
    but we get out fast.

    SOUNDS

    I play mostly jazz - gospel - blues and a bit of variation on

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 6 months and that is happiness!
    True, it is heavy but it has something for nothing. To escape the sound it takes for the serious stuff and it takes weight.
    I would do without this choice problem.
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