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  • very good product

    TC Electronic BG250-115Published on 08/18/14 at 06:01
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    well nothing wrong, but I 9 because with a passive I find the sound a bit muffled but with active just excellent.
    The 250w is really present. I often use the drive tube to sound a bit outdated. I use very little tone print but it's pretty easy to integrated on the amps.
    Mute button and quite handy and balance and good grip with a choice in pre or post eq eq.
    And it remains fairly light for its size.

    UTILIZATION

    easy to use, I find the sound very good no complaints used on stage and in recording with no fault on my part.

    SOUNDS

    well I find all desired tone. versatile he can play all types of music.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Excellent value for money you get for your money to me......
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    well nothing wrong, but I 9 because with a passive I find the sound a bit muffled but with active just excellent.
    The 250w is really present. I often use the drive tube to sound a bit outdated. I use very little tone print but it's pretty easy to integrated on the amps.
    Mute button and quite handy and balance and good grip with a choice in pre or post eq eq.
    And it remains fairly light for its size.

    UTILIZATION

    easy to use, I find the sound very good no complaints used on stage and in recording with no fault on my part.

    SOUNDS

    well I find all desired tone. versatile he can play all types of music.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Excellent value for money you get for your money to me it's a combo that taps into the big leagues. its been 2 years that I carry around with everyone and want widely the road.
    the only downside for me sound a bit muffled passive.
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  • Excellent amp

    TC Electronic BG250-115Published on 02/24/14 at 06:58
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    Excellent combo of bass, good power, not too heavy to carry, great sound (well not too easy to adjust, apparently the knobs interact with each other) but when mastered it makes great
    Good they make a big Tone-Print. blah I is not very practical
    Great Value (tested with a Fender Precision, a Hofner violin and fretless 5-string HB)

    UTILIZATION

    No manual or hardly
    Not easy to adjust to the top

    SOUNDS

    Fender precision Hofner violin, 5 string Fretless HB

    OVERALL OPINION

    5 months ago
    light to carry
    excellent value for money
  • Awesome!

    TC Electronic BG250-115Published on 12/06/13 at 04:49
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    Previous opinions clearly explain the features. Needless to repeat everything.
    15 "250W with tube emulation + opportunities to add an effect via the tone print all for a very light weight.
    The connection is very complete, except perhaps the fact that you can not plug in another forum (which does not appear to be necessarily required because of the volume that can achieve this combo).
    And coupled to the auxiliary input jack allows headphones to work at home in the evening without tt sound to the world.

    UTILIZATION

    Simple setup and the manual clearly explains the various features including equalization and level of use of TonePrint.

    SOUNDS

    I use this amp with a PB and JB in a......
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    Previous opinions clearly explain the features. Needless to repeat everything.
    15 "250W with tube emulation + opportunities to add an effect via the tone print all for a very light weight.
    The connection is very complete, except perhaps the fact that you can not plug in another forum (which does not appear to be necessarily required because of the volume that can achieve this combo).
    And coupled to the auxiliary input jack allows headphones to work at home in the evening without tt sound to the world.

    UTILIZATION

    Simple setup and the manual clearly explains the various features including equalization and level of use of TonePrint.

    SOUNDS

    I use this amp with a PB and JB in a more rock context (but using clear as well as rather fat and saturated sounds sounds).
    One can easily get a wide variety of sounds through the very effective equalization.
    Caution, if equalization is effective, there is still some subtleties to understand how to use it: all three knobs is on a frequency that is not the same depending on whether it is cut or boost.
    Knob boosts the treble around 6 or 7 kHz, so we do not really hear the effect with a passive bass. on the other hand, if we decrease the effect on her was immediate.
    To have a more sculpted custom sound, add a front pedal allows more subtle (but hey this is the case for the majority of amps that do not have integrated equalizer bands). So this is not a criticism.

    The Tubedrive allows you to add a standard color tube amp.
    This effect comes into its own when the gain and master (like a real tube amp, what) we boost. For my part I find effective and sound very convincing.
    Namely: the fact to mount the drive boosts the mids on a fairly broadband -> very effective group. If you do not like it need a little boost the bass and treble to compensate.

    The Toneprint allows you to add an effect to choose from a list available via a mobile app. For my part, I tried many things but not very focused on sounds too tampered with, and they are not really configurable, I leave continuously the compressor (SpectraComp) which gives a little more thickness and definition to the sound and made me put my Multicomp.
    But it is a good feature to test many different things.
    Caution some pedals if enabled can prevent TonePrints to load correctly (VT Bass include: deactivate it).

    Meanwhile, this amp has the particularity to really flourish when mounting the volume. A low volume is a little deaf. The trick is then down a bit serious.
    But once you turn it up, you feel the power and clarity.
    Similarly, although it is not always possible, it is not adhered to play this amp if you want to hear the subtleties.

    Finally, setting the standard combo does not necessarily have a very sexy sound: the preamp is very flat and the speaker does not seem to have a huge sound signature. So playing by yourself you can find it less attractive than some config that emphasize the bass and treble. But this is actually a good advantage when playing in a group. The sound is effective immediately, the mids are not recessed.

    I play in a rock band with a drummer who does not have the nimble hand and a guitarist who likes to push the distortion. And frankly, I've never managed to get the sound to more than 4 or 5 without it is too loud for everyone. So large a volume as possible without any problems.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a little over 1 year and again in concert and I am very satisfied.
    It is lightweight (finite transport with devil breaking 5 vertebrae during loading and unloading in the trunk of the car), a powerful and versatile enough.
    And with that, it is really not expensive compared to other amps offering the same type of performance.
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  • Warm, Very very good round, without too spend your round ...

    TC Electronic BG250-115Published on 10/05/13 at 00:42
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    Transistor
    Power: 250 Watt
    1 speaker 15 "with tweeter
    TonePrint function can select effects and presets artists
    Built-in tuner
    Simulation Thomann lamps pre-amp and amp
    TC Bass Chorus integrated
    3-band EQ
    Balanced XLR DI output
    Headphone Mini Jack to 3.5mm
    Input for MP3/CD player on mini 3.5mm
    Pedal for switching TubeTone - Tuner - Optional TonePrint not supplied (No. 160188)
    Dimensions: 462 x 620 x 380mm
    Weight: 16 kg

    UTILIZATION

    Simple, and almost complete, a hp entry would have been interesting to be my business markbass lmk and use the hp 15 "
    Taking in the mini jak auait could be doubled by a big jack
    The pots are good quality, and above all that one......
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    Transistor
    Power: 250 Watt
    1 speaker 15 "with tweeter
    TonePrint function can select effects and presets artists
    Built-in tuner
    Simulation Thomann lamps pre-amp and amp
    TC Bass Chorus integrated
    3-band EQ
    Balanced XLR DI output
    Headphone Mini Jack to 3.5mm
    Input for MP3/CD player on mini 3.5mm
    Pedal for switching TubeTone - Tuner - Optional TonePrint not supplied (No. 160188)
    Dimensions: 462 x 620 x 380mm
    Weight: 16 kg

    UTILIZATION

    Simple, and almost complete, a hp entry would have been interesting to be my business markbass lmk and use the hp 15 "
    Taking in the mini jak auait could be doubled by a big jack
    The pots are good quality, and above all that one might expect given the price

    SOUNDS

    J have a lmk markbass couple with markbass. Hf 104.
    Great stuff but he remains in the home studio, too heavy
    And as sone a little dry and clear, I was looking rounder warmer lighter ..
    There was the marbass cmp 151 that sounds wonderful but has three times more expensive than the TC

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have it a little depuiseu enombrant to go repeat but it does, its 16 kg arm are acceptable, the bass in the other hand ...

    Only downside is the connection, lack the possibility to use the hp from an external head, but it is a good combo
    And headphone mini jack ... I think it can be a delicate twists
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  • VERY GOOD VALUE AND WEIGHT

    TC Electronic BG250-115Published on 05/26/13 at 09:39
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    amp transistor, see the specifications on the website of TC

    UTILIZATION

    very easy to use, there is a sound that should quickly without the manual.

    SOUNDS

    I was looking for an amp that gives a clear, warm, accurate and balanced in all tessitura, which highlights the instrument, I have a small 5-string bass in tune with "GUITAR THE FAIRY" with a JB kit morph in CREL.le result is the height of my expectancies. I rather play jazz and funk.

    OVERALL OPINION

    the tone print is fun, like a new toy that we get tired very quickly (for me), I keep a pure preferes. simulation of the lamps is blah, but I do not need either. the weight of 16kg is a major advantage with the HP 15 "and power......
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    amp transistor, see the specifications on the website of TC

    UTILIZATION

    very easy to use, there is a sound that should quickly without the manual.

    SOUNDS

    I was looking for an amp that gives a clear, warm, accurate and balanced in all tessitura, which highlights the instrument, I have a small 5-string bass in tune with "GUITAR THE FAIRY" with a JB kit morph in CREL.le result is the height of my expectancies. I rather play jazz and funk.

    OVERALL OPINION

    the tone print is fun, like a new toy that we get tired very quickly (for me), I keep a pure preferes. simulation of the lamps is blah, but I do not need either. the weight of 16kg is a major advantage with the HP 15 "and power output ..
    I am very happy and will keep for a long time.
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  • the perfect compromise quality / price ratio and power / weight

    TC Electronic BG250-115Published on 04/01/13 at 06:12
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    Class D amp, 250W, HP TC Custom 15 ". Tone is equipped to enable print effects. 3-band EQ, tubedrive, tuner, 16kg weight: light amp!

    UTILIZATION

    Simple to use, the manual could not be clearer. Anyway, time to get the EQ "intelligent" and you get the sound you want quickly.
    The use and download the tone-print is child's play, and the better we are here to have fun!
    The very positive with CT is the presence of the built-in tuner, handy!
    Level connectivity you can find everything you need, except perhaps the ability to connect another HP, but after all a combo that is not made for that!
    The foot-switch is optional but I recommend it brings a real comfort on stage, to enable or......
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    Class D amp, 250W, HP TC Custom 15 ". Tone is equipped to enable print effects. 3-band EQ, tubedrive, tuner, 16kg weight: light amp!

    UTILIZATION

    Simple to use, the manual could not be clearer. Anyway, time to get the EQ "intelligent" and you get the sound you want quickly.
    The use and download the tone-print is child's play, and the better we are here to have fun!
    The very positive with CT is the presence of the built-in tuner, handy!
    Level connectivity you can find everything you need, except perhaps the ability to connect another HP, but after all a combo that is not made for that!
    The foot-switch is optional but I recommend it brings a real comfort on stage, to enable or disable the tone-print, or mute the distortion.

    SOUNDS

    The particularity of this TC is to have its very modern, clean, we like it or not. However EQ TC can cover a very wide range of sound that will satisfy the majority of bassists. Over the bowl 15 "gives a scope, well-rounded and deep bass. Concert there in nothing wrong, I've never been short on volume, it delivers a rich and powerful.
    The tone-print is a real plus! There are a plethora of TC on the site and it troubleshoots well (compression, flanger etc.).. I heard that you could even make yourself ... I demand to see and hear.
    Only downside is the drive tube below level reporting, and bad luck that there is serial ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had a little less than a year and I can tell you that this amp perfectly fulfills its function. It is not bulky lightweight, cheap, and quality: the dream of every bass player!
    It should sound like TC: very clean after that depends on the people.
    The tone-print are very significant even if the distortion is not terrible.
    Maybe the tweeter delivers sharp enough for my taste, I go nitpicking as to price, you are on an excellent quality / price ratio!
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  • VERY GOOD AMP

    TC Electronic BG250-115Published on 10/30/12 at 23:58
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    CLASS D

    UTILIZATION

    VERY SIMPLE AND ALSO THE MANUAL

    SOUNDS

    REPRODUCED ON ALL THE SONS MAY BE POSSIBLE EXCEPT THE FACT THAT THIS IS A HP OF THEIR OWN 38CMS SONS HAVE DAMAGES THAT YOU CAN NOT CONNECT TO OTHER HP THE BACK OF AMP 4X10 OR 2X10 EG

    OVERALL OPINION

    PERFECT IN ALL STYLES SOUNDS CAN BE A LITTLE LIGHT HEAVY BLOW TO OVERDRIVE OR OTHER HOP AND IT IS A VERY LIGHT SURGICAL PRECISION
    1 POINT NEGATIVE LOOK AFTER USE THE headphone AND DISCONNECTED THE AMP IS STILL BLOCKED NO MORE KEYS AND IT DOES meet ME 2 TIMES DID IT
    TO SEE IT IS STILL UNDER WARRANTY ...
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    CLASS D

    UTILIZATION

    VERY SIMPLE AND ALSO THE MANUAL

    SOUNDS

    REPRODUCED ON ALL THE SONS MAY BE POSSIBLE EXCEPT THE FACT THAT THIS IS A HP OF THEIR OWN 38CMS SONS HAVE DAMAGES THAT YOU CAN NOT CONNECT TO OTHER HP THE BACK OF AMP 4X10 OR 2X10 EG

    OVERALL OPINION

    PERFECT IN ALL STYLES SOUNDS CAN BE A LITTLE LIGHT HEAVY BLOW TO OVERDRIVE OR OTHER HOP AND IT IS A VERY LIGHT SURGICAL PRECISION
    1 POINT NEGATIVE LOOK AFTER USE THE headphone AND DISCONNECTED THE AMP IS STILL BLOCKED NO MORE KEYS AND IT DOES meet ME 2 TIMES DID IT
    TO SEE IT IS STILL UNDER WARRANTY
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  • Anonymous

    Parfait pour moi

    TC Electronic BG250-115Published on 09/16/12 at 18:56

    https://www.tcelectronic.com/bg250-techspecs.asp

    J'aurais bien pris le Spectracomp au lieu du Tubedrive comme effet accompagant le Toneprint...

    16kg seulement! Je connais des bass qui pèsent plus que lui...





    UTILIZATION

    Je m'en sert 95% du temps pour enregister (la XLR est line level) dans le
    SRC2496 pour conversion SPDIF. Vu que j'enregistre à plusieurs places
    différentes, j'aurai maintenant toujours le même son peu importe où je
    vais.

    Pour jammer, il est parfait, et surtout poids plume de 16kg!!!


    SOUNDS

    Toneprint amusant, Tubedrive décevant*, mais je voualais le son TC et j'ai
    maintenant le son TC. C'est clair, clair clair, comme dirait l'autre:
    enfin le vrai son de......
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    https://www.tcelectronic.com/bg250-techspecs.asp

    J'aurais bien pris le Spectracomp au lieu du Tubedrive comme effet accompagant le Toneprint...

    16kg seulement! Je connais des bass qui pèsent plus que lui...





    UTILIZATION

    Je m'en sert 95% du temps pour enregister (la XLR est line level) dans le
    SRC2496 pour conversion SPDIF. Vu que j'enregistre à plusieurs places
    différentes, j'aurai maintenant toujours le même son peu importe où je
    vais.

    Pour jammer, il est parfait, et surtout poids plume de 16kg!!!


    SOUNDS

    Toneprint amusant, Tubedrive décevant*, mais je voualais le son TC et j'ai
    maintenant le son TC. C'est clair, clair clair, comme dirait l'autre:
    enfin le vrai son de ma bass.

    Fidelitée des hauts parleurs vs la sortie XLR réglée en post EQ et
    écoute sur des moniteurs: 94% : c'est qu'il manque 6% d'aigus que le
    tweeter n'est pas capable de restituer VS des moniteurs de studio.



    *Tunedrive décevant, tout simplement parce que le son sans le mettre est
    tellement pur et bon, le Tubedrive n'est pas intéressant. Ne préférez
    donc pas le BG250 au BH250 pour le simple fait que l'on peut mettre le
    Tubedrive en même temps que le Toneprint.

    OVERALL OPINION

    J'ai une BBG5S (active). ATTENTION! au magasin, j'ai essayé avec une basse
    active et une passive, et avec la passive j'ai été déçu: le gain peak,
    mais même le volume de l'ampli au max, ce n'est pas assez fort... Je
    vous laisse donc le soin d'en faire votre propre opinion si vous avez
    une passive, de toute façon, moi, je ne jure que par les active...

    Si le BH250 sonne aussi bien (pas encore arrivé au ici en Amérique), il
    peut être une alternative intéressante pour mon genre d'utilisation,
    disons avec un de leur cabinet RS112 qui semble sonner très bien aussi,
    mais au total la facture va monter...

    Pas de souci avec le gros Si !
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