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Ashdown MAG 300R 300 Watt Bass Amp Head
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Little brother to the MAG 600R model, the MAG 300R rackmountable amplifier head features a potent, fan-cooled 307W RMS power section. Rotary bass, mi...Click To Read More About This Product
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The MAG 300R has massive power and classic Ashdown tone.
Little brother to the MAG 600R model, the MAG 300R rackmountable amplifier head features a potent, fan-cooled 307W RMS power section. Rotary bass, mid, and treble controls are supplemented by smaller rotary controls, providing 15dB of cut and boost at 220Hz and 1.6kHz, making it a comprehensive 5-band EQ section. Additionally, front panel push switches for Bright and Deep settings provide instant access to either attacking or warm, rounded sounds. For enhanced low-end response, the MAG 300R has Ashdown's acclaimed subharmonic generator, so it's ready to take your tone on a deep dive. Inputs are provided for active and passive instruments, and the front panel also features an effects send and return, a tuner/line output, and a balanced DI output for direct connection to a mixing console.
307W RMS power
Bass, middle, and treble controls
Rotary controls for 15dB of cut/boost at 220Hz and at 1.6kHz
Front panel shape switches for Bright and Deep settings
Ashdown's acclaimed subharmonic generator for enhanced low-end response
Active and passive bass inputs
Effects send and return
Balanced DI output
Signal to Noise: Better than 80dB (EQ flat)
Frequency Response: 17Hz-300kHz
Distortion: Less than 0.5% THD
Dimensions: 20-1/2"W x 7-3/4"H x 15-1/4"D
Weight: 21 lbs.
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I have used this head on an Ashdown mag410 Cab for about a year, and it WAS the best choice! It's already been through stage experience, even borrowed to fellow musicians on stage, because it was better than theirs! The head sounds alot like Ampeg, but with far more flexibility in sound(plus, not as much $$). so if you need a good head, this is the way to go, and if you want something more, try the abm series.