Markbass MoMark 800W Digital Bass Amp/Frame
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The Markbass Momark Bass Amp Frame is an 800W choice for big-stage applications and any time you need serious headroom. Even at top volume, the sound is exceptionally clear. Thanks to the Momark's digital power amp, you get ultra-fast response and unparalleled reproduction of every minute detail in your playing. The Markbass Momark's sleek black ABS plastic chassis is light, compact, and solid. The featherweight, custom-designed digital power supply enables impeccable bass frequency reproduction.
Whatever your headroom and power requirements, the 800W from this powerful bass amp will satisfy your needs—even in the loudest of bands. It starts with the ABS chassis, armed with a digital power amp, offering 800W of power. Then you build from there, choosing a preamp module, EQ module and output module. What features do you require? What do you want to be able to control? The amp becomes your creation—your customized dream amp. If you change your mind and decide you want more control over your EQ, rather than buying a new amp, just buy a different EQ module. Want to sometimes use a tube, but not always? Try 2 preamp modules and change them to suit the gig.
The Momark includes 3 user-exchangeable modules, much like hard drives in a computer. You decide which options and features you have, and you change them yourself at will. The Markbass Momark Bass Amp Frame offers a compact combination of top sound quality and high power at very light weight.
Some of the choices that you will be able to make:
Solid state, tube or hybrid preamp
Anything from no EQ to fully parametric, graphical, or digital EQ
Parallel or serial effects loop
Extra features like XLR input, phantom power, compression, and mute switch
- Two high-quality Neutrik speakon combo outputs jacks, designed to accept speakon or 1/4" speaker cables
- Balanced XLR line out for connecting the amplifier directly to a mixing console instead of through a DI box
- Pre/post EQ switch that allows you to choose whether the signal sent to the mixer is affected by the amplifier's EQ and filter settings or not
- A ground lift switch allows you to eliminate hum if and when you have grounding problems from your power source
- A tuner out lets you send the signal to a tuner, another amp, or any kind of recording unit that doesn't require a balanced signal
Create your own sound, and change it however and whenever you want. Order today.
MoMark 800W Digital Bass Amp/Frame Specifications:
- State-of-the-art technology
- Compact, glossy and ultra-light ABS chassis
- 2 rack-unit height and standard rack width (19" with rack ears)
- 800W RMS @ 4 ohms / 450W RMS @ 8 ohms
- Custom-designed digital power supply circuitry
- Two high-quality Neutrik speakon combo speaker outs
- Balanced XLR line out, pre/post EQ switch, ground lift
- Tuner out and effect loop send/return
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- Easy To Use
- Excellent Sound
- Good Warmth
- Very lightweight
- Amateur Recording
- Home Studio
- Professional Recording
Comments about Markbass MoMark 800W Digital Bass Amp/Frame:
Wow, this small MoMark amp frame puts out some huge VOLUME in a portable package that fits in your backpack.
What sold me on the MoMark was not only it's portability and ulta-lightweight, but the fact that you can customize it with whatever pre-amp and EQ you want. I installed a tube pre-amp and 7-band graphic EQ and I'm quite content with those features.
I'm running it thru two markbass Traveler cabinets. They both handle 400 watts each so it's a perfect match. But if you like huge cabinets, this bad boy amp frame will push any 8x10, no problem.
My 2nd choice for a portable amp head was the GK MB-800. But it has a solid-state pre-amp and 4-band EQ. But overall, Markbass amps have a better tone than GK, at least to my ears.
I had previously owned the 500 watt MoMark frame because the 800 watter was out of stock at the time and I had gigs coming up. The 500 watter is plenty loud but it didn't put out as much kick as I wanted. More power really pushes your low-end sound.
There's a fan mounted on the side and it's real quiet.
For 5 years I was carrying around a 25 pound SWR head in an SKB case. I put a Monster surge protector in there and a SansAmp Tech 21 RBI rack, plus: exntension cable, speaker cables, tuner and FX pedals. When it was all said and done, that SKB case weighed like 40 lbs. Not to mention I still had to load up the bass cabinets. When it all said and done, all that gear would weigh down my ride. I sold all all my heavy stuff and invested into a compact Markbass rig.
The MoMark amps take the prize. . . . . . .