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Ashdown ABM C210T-500 EVO II Combo 2X10" Bass Amp
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The ABM C210T-500 EVO II is a 575W RMS combo amp designed to satisfy both bass purists and tech-heads. Three rotary tone controls provide 20dB of cut...Click To Read More About This Product
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The ABM C210T-500 EVO II is a 575W RMS combo amp designed to satisfy both bass purists and tech-heads. Three rotary tone controls provide 20dB of cut and boost at 60Hz, 660Hz, and 5kHz and are supplemented by two pairs of additional sliders, providing 15dB cut and boost at 180Hz, 340Hz, 1.3kHz, and 2.6kHz. The EQ can be switched on/off and flat/shaped by footswitch, enabling you to go from a flat fretless sound to a boosted sound with ease. The single input is switchable for passive and active instruments. A blend of solid state and dual-triode tube preamp stages can be preset and selected by footswitch, providing access to a massive range of clean, warm, and overdriven tones.
The footswitchable subharmonic generator tracks the main signal precisely and reproduces it an octave lower. A subharmonic level control lets you add just the right amount of low-end reinforcement--everything from a subtle thickening of the sound to unbridled, bone-crushing tone.
The ABM C210T-500 EVO II combo also features a front panel-mounted balanced direct out with pre- or post-EQ switching, a sub-bass output, tuner output, FX loop, and a line input for connecting an external sampler or sound source. Output muting cuts the signal from the direct out but leaves the tuner output live, allowing silent tuning. The upgraded power section has faster transient attack, more headroom, and even less noise.
Ashdown BlueLine speakers are designed to achieve a superb balance of power; transparency; and deep, controlled low end without sacrificing any of the mid-band attack and high-end brightness that are so important in a modern bass sound.
- 575W RMS
- 2 - 10" BlueLine speakers and high-frequency tweeter
- 7-band EQ
- Switchable active/passive input
- Tube/solid state preamp stages
- Subharmonic generator adds low-end reinforcement
- Front-mounted direct output with pre- and post-EQ switching
- FX loop
- Tuner output
- Line in
- Power Output: 575W
- High Instrument Input: Impedance 3.9mOhm, input range 150mV-20mV p-p
- Low Instrument Input: Impedance 10kOhm, input range 300mV-40V p-p
- Stereo Line Input: Impedance 22kOhm, input level 0dBu nominal
- Effects Return: Impedance 22kOhm, input level 0dBu Nominal
- Tuner Output: Impedance 22kOhm, level 0dBu nominal
- Sub Output: Impedance 1kOhm, level 0dBu Nominal
- Effects Send: Impedance 22kOhm, level 0dBu nominal
- DI Output: 600 ohm balanced, level 0dBu nominal
- Speaker Outputs: Minimum impedance 4 ohm
- Shape (Push Flat): +8dB @ 50Hz and 4kHz, -8dB @ 400Hz, filter slope - 6dB/octave
- Bass: ±15dB @ 45Hz
- Middle: ±15dB @ 660Hz
- Treble: ±15dB @ 7kHz shelving
- Slider 1: ±15dB @ 180Hz
- Slider 2: ±15dB @ 340Hz
- Slider 3: ±15dB @ 1.3kHz
- Slider 4: ±15dB @ 2.6kHz
- Frequency Response: -3dB at 17Hz and 30kHz
- Power Requirements: 230/115V
- 28-1/3"W x 28-1/3"H x 17-3/4"D
- 54 lbs.
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Ashdown is renowned for great tone and terrible reliability. If you buy this amp, there is a slight chance you may be waiting a good amount of time before your amps works properly.
This combo is one of the best on the market. For the price it?s a tremendous steal. It has a tube preamp with lots of tone shaping abilities to go along with its 575watts. It has all the connections I was looking for. I love the voltage meter because it gives me a better reading on how close I am to overdoing it than a light that flashes when I?m close to clipping. Plus it adds to the over look of the head. The Ashdown ABM combos and cabinets are the best looking of any brand out there. I know equipment is meant to be played and not looked at but I just can?t help admiring the beauty and attention to detail given to this combo. No fuzzy carpet covering, plastic corners, nor cloth grills. The buffalo leather, steal corners, blue speakers, tough black grill, and Ashdown logo on the front make this combo stand out. It looks very professional. Everyone complements its looks along with its sound. I admit I was surprised at how good it sounds. It?s ported on the back and that no doubt adds to the deep and warm sound it?s able to produce. The British really know what their doing or at least they got this one right. I'm planning on getting the Ashdown ABM 1x15 compact cabinet to go along with it. I'm glad I got it and would recommend it to everyone looking for a combo. The only thing I'd replace it with is the 4x10 version. There are a few things I'd add to it though. I'd add an on/off switch for the fans like the SWR Super Redhead has for quiet studio recording. I'd also put wheel casters on it because it?s pretty heavy at 84lbs. Ashdown should make covers available for it as well.