Markbass Little Mark III Bass Amp Head
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Plenty of oomph and pro features in a compact package.
The Little Mark III amp head's DI input features a pre/post EQ switch and output level control, so you can optimize the signal you send to your mixer or recording unit. All this capability comes in the same compact size and weight as its Markbass predecessor.
- 4-band EQ for precise tonal control
- Balanced input for acoustic basses
Order now and beef up your sound with Markbass's Little Mark III.
Little Mark III Bass Amp Head Specifications:
- Input impedance: 500kOhm, maximum voltage 15Vpp
- Balanced Input (XLR) impedance: 100kOhm, maximum voltage 25Vpp
- Effect Return Impedance: 33kOhm, maximum voltage 10Vpp
- Gain: -60dB-+23 dB range
- Master Volume
- Line Out Level
- Ground Lift switch on rear panel
- Pre/Post EQ switch on rear panel
- Low: Center frequency 60Hz, level ±16dB
- Low Mid: Center frequency 360Hz, level ±16dB
- High Mid: Center frequency 800Hz, level ±16dB
- High: 5kHz shelf, level ±16dB
- VPF (Variable Pre-shape Filter): Center frequency 380Hz (cut)
- VLE (Vintage Loudspeaker Emulator): Frequency range 250Hz-20 kHz (cut)
- Line Out: Balanced XLR, maximum voltage 20Vpp
- Effect Send: Unbalanced, maximum voltage 20Vpp (pre-EQ)
- Tuner Out: Unbalanced, maximum voltage 2Vpp
- Speaker Out: Speakon & 1/4" combo, 1/4"
- Weight: 6.4 lb. (2.9kg)
- Dimensions: 10-9/10" W x 2-4/5" H x 10-1/10" D
- Output Power: 300W RMS @ 8 ohm, 500W RMS @ 4 ohm
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Comments about Markbass Little Mark III Bass Amp Head:
I picked this up a few months ago as a backup for my gk head wich for a while wasn't dependable. I am way more than satisfied with the performance of this amp. I brought it with me to our rehearsel studio and the amp tech there was curious about it. He felt that the 300 watts @ 4 ohms & 500 watts @ 8 ohms was bogus. He bench tested it and found that at 8 ohms it was 250 watts and @ 4 ohms is was 530 watts. Whatever the power rating is I found the amp to be powerfull enough for all my needs. I also tried it out with the sansamp programable DI and that really made the sing. I don't think I will replace my gk with the markbass but I do use both heads on a regular basis. The markbass has a great sound even when you turn the eq completely off. It brings out the sound of your bass without adding any color. All in all I find this to be a great little amp.