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Guitar Power Amplifier from Marshall belonging to the ValveState II series

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  • arnaud.retarnaud.ret

    Marshall ValveState Pro 120/120Published on 08/07/04 at 12:26
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Transistor amplifier, 2 x 120w, c the already robust, with ventilation. we feel the power of a particular baffle 4 hp, thanks to tweaks including many think. resonance that allows the presence greatly increases the bass speakers, simulating an open or closed. presence to control the treble and it's going off the frequencies ds !!!!. and in addition I used the button that adds dimension to saturation by simulating a receiver pushes a bottom, c ca convincing enough to give her a good catch.
    you can branch out of 4 hp, but already a stereo speaker sonne.selecteur 4 hp AC impedance of 4, 8 and 16 ohms.

    UTILIZATION

    C super simple to use, one branch, the volume is if you connect over…
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    Transistor amplifier, 2 x 120w, c the already robust, with ventilation. we feel the power of a particular baffle 4 hp, thanks to tweaks including many think. resonance that allows the presence greatly increases the bass speakers, simulating an open or closed. presence to control the treble and it's going off the frequencies ds !!!!. and in addition I used the button that adds dimension to saturation by simulating a receiver pushes a bottom, c ca convincing enough to give her a good catch.
    you can branch out of 4 hp, but already a stereo speaker sonne.selecteur 4 hp AC impedance of 4, 8 and 16 ohms.

    UTILIZATION

    C super simple to use, one branch, the volume is if you connect over a nice little tube preamp ca add some warmth to the sound, which do a little lacking in this power amp. I use it with a preamp and an engl E530 gx 700, I keep this setup for 4 years. I used a baffle 4 hp at 1960 vintage marshall.

    SOUNDS

    Well, it have nothing to do with a power amp tube of the same power is obvious and for the price and robustness of the device frankly, when you have way too much AC can provide good level volume and in concerts or in studio.
    I was advised to start a power amp peavey PA type, cheaper and more powerful, but any adjustment and it is faster than c is defined not just do for the guitar.
    I have a friend who uses it for bass and is very happy too.
    it is quite versatile and allows, with a good preamp, a palette of its very varied.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I used it for 4 years, 4 years of proud and loyal service, he never gave up, never lost power. for the marshall is really tough (nothing to do with the power amps marshall lamps that are much more fragile)
    I love its power and strength.
    a small flat on the lack of heat and the weight of the device.
    for the price compared to other models, that is a good surprise in Marshall, tough c, it sounds right now, short indestructible. but prefer him a little tube preamp with because it lacks a bit of heat.
    no worries, I would do this choice with eyes closed, if you are stuck at a little money for a tube power amp, it's really a good option if you want the volume and presence you have.
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  • zorglub28zorglub28

    Marshall ValveState Pro 120/120Published on 11/12/04 at 04:14
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Transistor amplifier 2x120 watts. Two mono inputs, 4 outputs HP selector of impdance 4,8,16 ohms.
    A switch to turn it on. 1 volume knobs, knobs rsonance 1, 1 prsence knobs, 1 switch "mode" to switch Valvestate, a switch "dimension" to simulate a tube amp to push in a corner (j'xag re can be a bit the non ???). And a fan that can serve as Deutsche hair so it sends the air (not by the j'exagre against ...).

    A good place for setting low.

    UTILIZATION

    Usage is relatively simple, there's no need to wait for the lights are hot to Get You Started y'en since no lamps. We can use only one of two entries if you have a mono prampli example, knowing that the volume knob is common to both…
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    Transistor amplifier 2x120 watts. Two mono inputs, 4 outputs HP selector of impdance 4,8,16 ohms.
    A switch to turn it on. 1 volume knobs, knobs rsonance 1, 1 prsence knobs, 1 switch "mode" to switch Valvestate, a switch "dimension" to simulate a tube amp to push in a corner (j'xag re can be a bit the non ???). And a fan that can serve as Deutsche hair so it sends the air (not by the j'exagre against ...).

    A good place for setting low.

    UTILIZATION

    Usage is relatively simple, there's no need to wait for the lights are hot to Get You Started y'en since no lamps. We can use only one of two entries if you have a mono prampli example, knowing that the volume knob is common to both outputs. The rglages are simple, they just turn the knobs and push the switches to get the sound you want.

    The manual is clear enough to not crash. I do not know what else to say, it's a power amp, so we branch and we play. voilu ...

    SOUNDS

    I had a mesa 50/50 before this one, and I prfre the marshall ..... (Aieu not on the head thank you) is probably to the fact that I use this amp a "low volume", and with the mesa I not Exceeds 2. I have less remorse in using the marshall. And the sound is not so bad than that, the bass rglage I really like, and the switch size provides a large potato in dynamics. One feels the 2x120 watts, I push a little bin and frankly, a spit! (As would the unknown ...).

    I trs happy with the sound, frankly! J'lui nine dishes per c'qu'il worth it.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Considering the price that pay 350 dipstick, eh bin is too much the ball atomic (that is to talk djeunz). I would do without this choice problem.

    Really not bad for those like me who want good sound without breaking the bank too, playing in their rooms for a small volume and that the lamps are compltement unnecessary.
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