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SWR Power 750 Power Amp
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750 watts of pure SWR power in a rackmountable head. Dig the chrome front panel. This is the amplification equivalent of a Harley Davidson - revved u...Click To Read More About This Product
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Massive power for pro bassists!
750 watts of pure SWR power in a rackmountable head. Dig the chrome front panel. This is the amplification equivalent of a Harley Davidson - revved up and ready to roar.
- FRONT PANEL FEATURES:
- Gain Control
- 4 segment LED dot bar display (-20, -10, 0, +3)
- Power On/Off Switch
- Speaker On/Off Switch
- LED "On" indicator
- Rack Handles
- Aluminum chassis with steel reinforced corners
- Chromed steel front panel
- REAR PANEL FEATURES:
- 1/4" Input Jacks
- Slave Outputs
- 2 1/4" Speaker Output Jacks
- 2 Speakon Output Jacks
- Speaker fuse: 3AG, 15 Amp, Fast Blo
- Line Fuse: 3AG, 12 Amp, Slow Blo
- A/C cord receptacle
- INTERNAL FEATURES:
- The Power 750 features a quasi-complimentary design utilizing Sanken flat-packed power transistors and a standard iron laminated core transformer.
- CHASSIS MATERIAL:
- Steel (with polished aluminum faceplate).
When you've gotta have the biggest and baddest, this is the one to spring for. Order today!
- (@ 850 watts RMS) -3dB @ 20Hz and 40kHz
- Dimensions: 19"W x 5-1/3""H x 10.5"D (3 rackspaces)
- Weight: 33 lbs.
- Power Output: 850W @ 2.6 ohms, 750W @ 4 ohms, 450W @ 8 ohms (minimum load = 2.6 ohms)
- < .026% THD, 1kHz @ 8 ohms
< .13% THD, 20Hz to 20kHz @ 8 ohms
Intermodulation Distortion = .07%
- INPUT IMPEDANCE:
- Balanced = 10kOhms
- Unbalanced = 33kOhms
- OUTPUT IMPEDANCE: Slave Output = 100 ohms
- Residual = <.00072V (720mV)
Signal to noise ratio = <-100dB
WARRANTY: 2 years parts and labor
Reviewed by 6 customers
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ok this is only a power amp. and all it is for is power. in order to get "tone" you need to build around this power amp. matches up well with an 8x1o cab of your choosing. i have dropped,kicked,thrown and spilled beer all over this amp and it keeps kickin a$$ night after night. once you spend the right amount of dough for componets to go with your new 750 (sansamp pre,bbe compressor,maximizer) there is not a stand alone amp that will touch it. goodnight ampeg.
I just picked up the last SWR 750 and it is the badest *ss addition to my rig. If you can get your hands on one of these, don't hesitate, buy it and figure out how to pay for it later. You need a preamp to run with this power amp. I am using the preamp off of my SWR 220 Studio Pro head. For about a buck a watt, you can't go wrong. It should be called 750 horsepower... As our guitar player said while jamming through his crate 2x12, "It feels like I am racing a Ferrari in a Fiat!"
Too expense with crappy quality.
This amp is a good value for the price. It produces nice bass punch, with plenty of power. Although minor smudges on the faceplate are not easily wiped off..BE CAREFUL! chrome cleaner is not the answer. The Dimensions and weight of this baby are a little much for what it does as well. It does look very nice racked up, and the speaker off switch is pretty handy for mute-tuning.
I used this and an Interstellar Overdrive more than a few times in various music stores as a test amp rig primarily because no one carries my baby (SM-500 through 2-15" and 1-2x10" Avatar cabs) when I want to test out new basses. Th sound quality, while no SM-500, is still far batter than most comparably priced amps, and far better than any Ampeg for what I do: clean fingerstyle jazz, funk, and Rancid-esque punk. While the Ampeg would probably give mne the generally accepted "right" tone for the latter, the clarity, punch, and diversity of this rig makes it worth it.
I own the 750x and looked at this head so I could occassionally power 2 4ohm cabinets live. My biggest gripe is its alot of money for just a power amp, I'm almost considering getting another 750x instead. But SWR could have had a legend here if they would have just included the limiter control thats on the 750x head. That limiter is top notch.