CRATE BV150H All Tube Guitar Head Amp 150W MSRP 2.449,00 EUR
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Product No.: BV150H
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CRATE BV150H All Tube Guitar Head Amp 150W
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The BV150HB uses 6L6 power tubes, and it has three channels with the same vibe as the BV300HB. At 150 watts, it's just more accessible for any player.Each of the three totally distinct channels feature Gain, Mid (selectable with a 5 position switch), Level, low and high frequency controls.
Player Type:The BV150H is a smaller venue version of the same set-up that players without roadies can enjoy. The BV150HB offers a great all-tube head for pro and semi-pro players alike.
1. INPUT JACK: Use this 1/4" jack to connect your guitar to the amplifier by means of a shielded instrument cable.
2. CH. 1 SELECT SWITCH: This switch, when activated, selects Channel 1. The green LED above the switch illuminates when Channel 1 is selected. When the footswitch (#28, rear panel) is con-nected, either the front panel select switches or the footswitch may be used to select the active channel.
3. GAIN: Use this control to adjust the input gain for Channel 1. With the control rotated counter clockwise, the resulting tones are tight and dynamic. As you rotate the control clockwise the tones take on more crunch.
4. TREBLE: Use this control to adjust the high frequency output of Channel 1. The Channel 1 Treble control provides an adjustment range of 38dB at 5kHz.
5. MID FREQ SELECT: Use this rotary switch to select the frequency for the Mid control (#6): 300Hz, 700Hz, 1kHz, 1.5kHz or 3kHz.
6. MID: Use this control to adjust the mid frequency output of
Channel 1. The Channel 1 Mid control provides 10dB of boost or 16dB of cut at the frequecy selected by the Mid Freq Select control (#5). The Channel 1 Mid control uses a peak/dip style filter.
7. LEVEL: Use this control to adjust the output level for Channel 1. Use this control in conjunction with the Channel 1 Gain control (#3) to achieve a wide variety of dynamics and to get the desired sound for Channel 1.
8. BASS: Use this control to adjust the low frequency output of Channel 1. The Channel 1 Bass control provides 24dB of boost or cut at at 50Hz.
9. CH. 2 SELECT SWITCH: This switch, when activated, selects Channel 2. The amber LED above the switch illuminates when Channel 2 is selected. When the footswitch (#28, rear panel) is con-nected, either the front panel select switches or the footswitch may be used to select the active channel.
10. GAIN: Use this control to adjust the input gain for Channel 2. With the control rotated counter clockwise, the resulting tones are "Classically British" - warm and crunchy . As you rotate the control clockwise the tones take on a creamy smooth overdrive with a touch of compression.
11. TREBLE: Use this control to adjust the high frequency output of Channel 2. The Channel 2 Treble control provides 12dB of boost or cut at 2.5kHz.
12. MID BOOST SELECT: Use this rotary switch to add a 4 to 5 dB boost from the low frequencies to the midrange frequency selected: 250Hz, 500Hz, 750Hz or 1kHz.
13. MID: Use this control to adjust the mid frequency output of
Channel 2. The Channel 2 Mid control provides 10dB of boost or cut at 750Hz.
14. LEVEL: Use this control to adjust the output level for Channel 2. Use this control in conjunction with the Channel 2 Gain control (#10) to achieve the desired sound for Channel 2.
15. BASS: Use this control to adjust the low frequency output of Channel 2. The Channel 2 Bass control provides 20dB of boost or cut at at 50Hz.
16. CH. 3 SELECT SWITCH: This switch, when activated, selects Channel 3. The red LED above the switch illuminates when Channel 3 is selected. When the footswitch (#28, rear panel) is connected, either the front panel select switches or the footswitch may be used to select the active channel.
17. GAIN: Use this control to adjust the input gain for Channel 3. With the control rotated counter clockwise, the resulting tones have a puchy tube sound (perfect for "agressive" rhythm guitar). As you rotate the control clockwise the tones take on serious overdrive dis-tortion.
18. TREBLE: Use this control to adjust the high frequency output of Channel 3. The Channel 3 Treble control provides 15dB of boost or cut at the frequency selected by the High Freq Select switch (#19).
19. HIGH FREQ SELECT: Use this rotary switch to select the fre-quency for the High control (#18): 2kHz, 4kHz, 6kH, 8kHz or 10kHz.
20. MID: Use this control to adjust the mid frequency output of
Channel 3. The Channel 3 Mid control provides 20dB of boost or cut at 1.2kHz.
21. LEVEL: Use this control to adjust the output level for Channel 3. Use this control in conjunction with the Channel 3 Gain control (#17) to achieve the desired sound for Channel 3.
22. BASS: Use this control to adjust the low frequency output of Channel 3. The Channel 3 Bass control provides 18dB of boost or cut at at 100Hz.
23. LOOP SWITCH: This switch, when activated, engages the rear panel Effects Loop (#33–37, rear panel). Ths blue LED above the switch illuminates when the rear panel effects loop is engaged. When the footswitch (#28, rear panel) is connected, either the front panel Loop switch or the footswitch may be used to engage the effects loop.
Note: This may also be used as an additional Boost switch – see #37, page 5 for detailed information.
24: EEK!: Use this high frequency power amp damping control to add definition and more of an edge to your sound. The Eek! control is useful for compensating for acousticlly absorbent rooms or cabi-nets with overbearing low frequency resonance.
25: UGH!: Use this low frequency power amp damping control to add control and shape the low end of your sound. The Ugh! control tightens the low frequencies when rotated counter clockwise, giving better control over the speaker cones. When this control is rotated clockwise, the speaker cones are allowed to move more freely which gives the sound more "thump."
26: STANDBY SWITCH: Use this switch to activate the amplifier (top of the switch depressed) or place the amplifier in the stand by mode (bottom of the switch depressed). The amplifier should be in the stand by mode during set breaks. This switch illuminates when the amplifier is active.
Note: The Power switch (#27) must be turned on for at least ONE MINUTE before turning on the Standby switch.
27. POWER SWITCH: Use this switch to turn the amplifier on (top of the switch depressed) and off. This switch illuminates when the amplifier is turned on.

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