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Markbass Standard 104HR

Bass Guitar Speaker from Markbass belonging to the Standard series.

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glefunkglefunk

Markbass Standard 104HRPublished on 05/01/07 at 00:50
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I, unwanted this cabinet recently with a little head 1 and say it's the monster
he was only 26 800Watt por kilo (the dream)
very versatile for me funk and blues

SONORITS

This will baffle the sound of your bass and pierce any mixes with dynamics and precision worthy of the name

NOTICE GLOBAL

I try Hartke, SWR, Hugues and Ketner, Ampeg bass for me but Mark is well above
But as I said above my head is the range between (little one) and the sound is very large big huge view (s Ampeg you had a serious competitor).
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Flo667Flo667

A killing!

Markbass Standard 104HRPublished on 09/30/12 at 16:51
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25kg for 800 Watts 4x10 that cash, look for the error ...
Bought used to replace my Warwick 40Kg, I do not regret my GAS
Whenever I raise or lower my arm I, I know where my money is spent.

SOUNDS

Besides that I've tested (Warwick, Peavey, Gallien Krueger) is the day and night. Sound reproduction to fall, deep bass and accurate highs present but never garish ...
Dynamics is impressive, you can send it as a bully and it is always clean. Obviously, the lack of accuracy in your game will be more obvious.
My ex had a front-ported cabinet, suddenly we felt more bass, but they are defined and present the finished its heavy and muddy.

OVERALL OPINION

I acquired a few weeks ago...…
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25kg for 800 Watts 4x10 that cash, look for the error ...
Bought used to replace my Warwick 40Kg, I do not regret my GAS
Whenever I raise or lower my arm I, I know where my money is spent.

SOUNDS

Besides that I've tested (Warwick, Peavey, Gallien Krueger) is the day and night. Sound reproduction to fall, deep bass and accurate highs present but never garish ...
Dynamics is impressive, you can send it as a bully and it is always clean. Obviously, the lack of accuracy in your game will be more obvious.
My ex had a front-ported cabinet, suddenly we felt more bass, but they are defined and present the finished its heavy and muddy.

OVERALL OPINION

I acquired a few weeks ago and my whole group was on my ass the first repeat.
A monster in the mouth to repeat what my singer.
I am 100% satisfied with the quality / price ratio and I advice to all those who have the budget, in any case I advise them to try.
It's really high-end hardware, and even with a Fender Mex head Hartke (LH500) you can get that beautiful sound, just find the right settings. Now I play a little weaker group, but I know better and others too.

Just have to test it all on stage.
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Anonymous

Markbass Standard 104HRPublished on 06/29/07 at 18:41
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4x10pouces + compression 1pouce markbass of 800w rms, in my case 4hms.
25kg, frankly all my friends on the Musician hallucinates tail, the weight and power of the beast ....
I use it with a little head mark2 mainly with US Jazzbass 5cordes passive.
I am everywhere, on small, large and very large scenes.

SOUNDS

The sound is huge, precise, powerful, in short I would only praise for the outstanding sound quality.

OVERALL OPINION

What's more, light, powerful, solid, great quality and it has more the look on stage with the orange color of HP, although I do not particularly like the orange, be admitted that his throws on stage ^ ^
my ears are happy
my back is happy
sparkles...…
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4x10pouces + compression 1pouce markbass of 800w rms, in my case 4hms.
25kg, frankly all my friends on the Musician hallucinates tail, the weight and power of the beast ....
I use it with a little head mark2 mainly with US Jazzbass 5cordes passive.
I am everywhere, on small, large and very large scenes.

SOUNDS

The sound is huge, precise, powerful, in short I would only praise for the outstanding sound quality.

OVERALL OPINION

What's more, light, powerful, solid, great quality and it has more the look on stage with the orange color of HP, although I do not particularly like the orange, be admitted that his throws on stage ^ ^
my ears are happy
my back is happy
sparkles in my eyes watching him.
what more?
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toniouxtonioux

Markbass Standard 104HRPublished on 07/31/07 at 07:08
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For me it's the only bass amp that respects both in live use, home etc ... short in all-purpose. I use two 104 HR with a head MINIMARK;)

SOUNDS

What about ... is absolute perfection for me no breath, no feedback slap in the ring and attack if its serious!

OVERALL OPINION

This is by far the best brand I think I would do and I would stay in this choice until the end of my life!
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Markbass
  • Model: Standard 104HR
  • Series: Standard
  • Category: Bass Guitar Speakers
  • Added in our database on: 08/09/2005

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