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JOYO Bass Mini Amp Head 50 瓦 BanTamp Badass 管放大器前置放大器混合管头功率放大器,内置压缩器,3 频段 EQ,蓝牙
JOYO Bass Mini Amp Head 50 Watt BanTamp Badass Tube Amplifier Preamp Hybrid Tube Head Power Amp with Built-in Compressor, 3 Band EQ, Bluetooth
- 由于 BanTamP 系列在客户中获得了很高的声誉,因此他们强烈推荐在 JOYO 网站希望购买 BanTamP 系列的 BASS 管头。 JOYO Badass 专为低音吉他设计,低音头采用前置放大管!
- JOYO Bantamp Badass 具有一个 12AX7 前置放大管,兼容所有阻抗高于 4ohm 的低音柜,范围从 1X8 到 4X10。 (需要额外的扬声器/柜台才能与 BADASS)
- JOYO Badass 内置压缩机和 3 频段 EQ,同样支持蓝牙音乐播放。
- Badass 具有通道切换脚踏开关,让您的表现更加自由。
- FX 循环功能让您能够放置所需的其他效果。 手机插孔让您连接耳机以快速练习。
- Since BanTamP series received great reputation among the customers, they strongly recommended on JOYO’s website that they want a BASS tube head from the BanTamP series. JOYO Badass is specially designed for Bass guitar, the Bass head adopts preamp tube!
- JOYO Bantamp Badass features one 12AX7 preamp tube that is compatible with all bass cabinets with impedance above 4ohm, ranging from 1X8 to 4X10. (REQUIRE AN EXTRA SPEAKER/CABINET to work with BADASS)
- With built-in compressor and 3-band EQ, JOYO Badass also supports Bluetooth music playing.
- Badass features a channel switching footswitch, let your performance more free.
- The FX LOOP FUNCTION enables you to put your other effects you want. PHONE JACK to enable you to connect you headphone to practice scilently.
BanTamP 系列在客户中获得了很大的声誉,其中一些在 JOYO's Facebook 强烈推荐他们想要来自 BanTamP 系列的低音管头。 *次获得您想要的东西! JOYO 将推出专为低音设计的BanTamP! 低音头采用前置放大器管! (需要扬声器柜附加)BanTamP BADASS 兼容所有阻抗 > 4Ω 低音柜,范围从 1X8 到 4X10。 从现在开始,你就可以带着你的 Bass 头进行表演! 规格:● RMS: 50W(连接到具有 4Ω 阻抗的机柜时) ● 配有一个 12AX7 前置放大器管,兼容所有阻抗 >4Ω 低音机柜,范围从 1X8 到 4X10 ● 内置压缩机 ● 内置 3 频均衡器 ● 支持蓝牙音乐播放
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But who is this for?
In my case I can see using it for non-loud practices, coffee shop duo gigs, and home practicing. With the Bluetooth and 1/4" headphone jack, this would be an excellent tiny practice amp to sit on the nightstand where the old alarm clock used to be before smartphones arrived. The unit is 24v DC powered with a rather cumbersome transformer brick that harkens back to the early days of Mac Mini computers. The most puzzling choice was the minimum 4 ohm speaker impedance.... The Joyo Bantamp claims 50 watts output at 4 ohms, but I would never own a 4 ohm cabinet again. All of my cabs have been 8 ohm in order to be stackable and matchable; I can only assume that Joyo has a 4 ohm cabinet that would pair with this unit. My cabinets being 8 ohms means that the power rating of the amp is cut in half to 25 watts, which takes away that extra bit of oomph that this amp could have had.
Despite these two caveats, the price was reasonable for the novelty but could be a much better value with a different output impedance. Were it to have a matching 210 4 ohm cabinet I could see it being an awesome bedroom amp for the novice or amateur bedroom bassist, training with YouTube videos streaming from a tablet via Bluetooth. It is attractive enough to match any decor, and pets love it too.
The first thing to notice about the amp is it's size. It's even a little smaller than what you imagine, which makes it nice and portable. It's 50 watts, and with that, it makes for a great practice amp, recording amp, or even small coffeeshop gigs. You could get away with using it for bigger shows, but you'd want to mic the cab or use the headphones out for inserting into the PA.
It does come with it's own power cord, which you'll want to hang onto, as it's got it's own 24V 3.0A DC power supply, which might be a tough find to replace at your local music shop. The amp also includes a footswitch for engaging the compressor.
The amp does have great tone. While not terribly loud (not designed to be), I was able to dial in a great tone with the EQ. I did notice something with the EQ, which I noticed with another bantamp that I had -- the EQ sweeps are fairly subtle. You won't get a huge array of tones, but you will get a number of really good/usable tones. The preamp circuit does include a 12AX7 tube, which contributes to a nice warm tone in all settings. I was able to get that classic "rock" bass tone, which is SVT'ish in my opinion.
What really surprised me was the compressor feature on this amp. The compressor does work as a compressor, but honestly, I found my favorite setting using the compressor at a higher setting, which when paired with a higher gain setting puts out a really nice, usable distortion. It's not a harsh distortion, just a tone that sounds like a cranked tube amp. With that setting, you can then use the footswitch more as a distortion on/off setting, which personally is more useful than switching on a compressor here and there.
Conclusion: This is a small 50 watt bass amp. Will it drive an 810? not loudly. But is it a great choice for a practice amp or recording amp? absolutely. While tone is subjective, I do really dig the sound this amp makes and would recommend it to anyone looking for a small amp to pack on the road for practicing or getting together with friends for a low-volume jam.