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  • Spawn-XSpawn-X

    Compact and formidable.

    Rocktron Velocity 150Published on 03/23/12 at 01:40
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Transistor, 150W bridge, 2x75 into 8 ohms. Accepts 16 Ohms. It connects Jack 6.35 and is fed up ;).

    Side settings is succins, but it is quite normal since it is a power-amp: By channel, we have a volume control, and another of "Reactance" acting on the dynamic rendering particularly in severe . This rule in positive or negative with a center detent supposed to be neutral. And honestly, this setting alone more than justifies the interest that may bring to the Velocity series (at least from the 120 model because I believe if I'm not mistaken, the V100 has only the Volume).

    UTILIZATION

    No difficulty config, it's a power amp ...

    SOUNDS

    Used depending on the period on a …
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    Transistor, 150W bridge, 2x75 into 8 ohms. Accepts 16 Ohms. It connects Jack 6.35 and is fed up ;).

    Side settings is succins, but it is quite normal since it is a power-amp: By channel, we have a volume control, and another of "Reactance" acting on the dynamic rendering particularly in severe . This rule in positive or negative with a center detent supposed to be neutral. And honestly, this setting alone more than justifies the interest that may bring to the Velocity series (at least from the 120 model because I believe if I'm not mistaken, the V100 has only the Volume).

    UTILIZATION

    No difficulty config, it's a power amp ...

    SOUNDS

    Used depending on the period on a pair of Marshall 1912 and a pair of ADA Splitstack each mounted with a V30 and G12T, and finally, with a pair of Yorkville Y115 which is a PA speaker with a woofer mounted 15 ". Why such a cabinet, very simple, I am over 15 years of system users and synth-guitar from the beginning I have always sought the amplification as neutral as possible. With the first two speakers, I routait my signals "synth" sound directly, and then I used the V150 with traditional guitar sounds. But towards the end, I decided to amplify all with a single system. I ended up selling it reluctantly because relief through my rig, including the purchase of an Axe-FX Ultra here almost 4 years. So I replaced my torque V150 + Cabs by a pair of asset returns that sound perfectly with my rig

    OVERALL OPINION

    Used nearly 4 years, I really liked its compact size and its sounds accessible via the knob Reactance I mentioned above which makes for a powerful and well at low volume like pushing thoroughly. I also tend to lower this setting on stage and repeat.

    It is in my opinion one of the best series models.
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  • Mxp_57Mxp_57

    Rocktron Velocity 150Published on 08/18/05 at 05:39
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    150w mono or stereo 2x75W into 8 or 16 ohm
    Volume control and dynamic cannal.
    transistor technology

    UTILIZATION

    One branch is chosen stereo or mono config with the switch behind you turn the volume knob is adjusted dynamically and sounds! at the same time it is a power amp: p

    I plug a VAMP2 above and go out on a 2x12 Marshall cabinet v12

    SOUNDS

    I play metal has good momentum, slamming his right, and it reproduces the low knobs especially with dynamic background.

    with the volume knob to half the drummer I cover.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a year it is very well but I will spend a config header + baffle.

    Trs good power amp with good momentum, go…
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    150w mono or stereo 2x75W into 8 or 16 ohm
    Volume control and dynamic cannal.
    transistor technology

    UTILIZATION

    One branch is chosen stereo or mono config with the switch behind you turn the volume knob is adjusted dynamically and sounds! at the same time it is a power amp: p

    I plug a VAMP2 above and go out on a 2x12 Marshall cabinet v12

    SOUNDS

    I play metal has good momentum, slamming his right, and it reproduces the low knobs especially with dynamic background.

    with the volume knob to half the drummer I cover.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a year it is very well but I will spend a config header + baffle.

    Trs good power amp with good momentum, good alternative to amp lamp if the lack of budget.
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