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Markbass Tweeter Box External Tweeter for Micromark
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The tiny Markbass Tweeter Box External Tweeter can be easily transported from practice space to practice space. If you own a Micromark practice amp a...Click To Read More About This Product
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For added highs.
The tiny Markbass Tweeter Box External Tweeter can be easily transported from practice space to practice space. If you own a Micromark practice amp and feel you're missing out some of the higher frequencies, this little external Tweeter Box will solve your problem. Weighs less than half a pound. Just plug the Markbass Tweeter Box into your Micromark, use the velcro-padded bottom to help secure it and start rediscovering your high-end response. The tweeter itself is a Piezo that produces 20W RMS (AES Standard) power of sound.
NOTE: To maximize the volume produced by your Micromark, place the combo on the floor for the fullest low end, and angle the tweeter toward ear-level so you can hear the more directional high frequencies.
- For use with a Micromark practice amp
- Velcro pad on bottom for secure placement
Add a lightweight external tweeter to your Micromark for a more complete tonal experience while you work on your music. Order it today.
- Impedance: none
- Tweeter: Piezo
- Power: 20W RMS (AES standard)
- Frequency Response: 5kHz to 18kHz
- Sensitivity: 108 dB SPL
- Weight: 0.28 lbs.
- Dimensions: 2.8"W x 2.8"H x 3.5"D
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- Easy To Use
- Great Idea
- Hi-frequency Hiss
- Limited Functions
- Poor Sound Quality
- Not Clear
Comments about Markbass Tweeter Box External Tweeter for Micromark:
Cool concept, except that when I plugged it into my extra speaker out, all I got was hiss. Does this only work w/ Markbass products? No directions about maximizing its usage, except that it's supposed to be simple to use. Perhaps you need to have it plugged into a crossover to get the highs. Perhaps it needs to only be daisy-chained? Didn't work with me on upright bass - maybe it works with electric bass, keyboard or guitar... I'll unfortunately need to return.