The Microtubes 200 is slimmer and lighter than ever. Packed with Aux-in and headphone output for quiet practicing and an intuitive push potentiometer for the mute and master control. Post-EQ balanced XLR DI output with switchable ground lift making these amps reliable for all sorts of musicians with an ample array of possibilities.
The compactness and lightweight make them flawless and convenient for rehearsals and live gigs, while an EQ section enhances the definition and clarity of sound across the spectrum.
Front Panel Features
Use this jack to connect your instrument via a standard ¼” mono cable.
This knob controls the amount of distortion that the Microtubes B3K® Engine will deliver. It will change from a soft warm overdrive to a massive modern distortion sound.
Use this knob to mix between the Clean signal and the Distortion signal (Microtubes B3K® Engine).
+-12dB at 80Hz. Use this knob to change the low-end content of the signal.
+-12dB at 1kHz. This knob controls the low mid content of the signal.
+-12dB at 3kHz. This knob controls the high mid content of the signal.
+-12dB at 5kHz. Use this knob to change the high content of the signal.
Use this knob to control the overall volume of the amplifier. Use this push knob button to mute the amplifier.
150x52x157 mm (5.9x2.04x6.18 in)
Back Panel Features
Use this connector to connect the amplifier to your cabinet. This Speakon combo jack allows for either Speakon or ¼” speaker cable operation. WARNING: Do not use an instrument cable with this jack. Using an instrument cable can damage your amplifier. Minimum load 3Ω.
Use this control to lift the ground of the DI XLR output. If you are experiencing ground noise in your DI signal try changing the setting of this control.
Use this connector to send your bypass signal to the console, mic preamp, interface, etc. The DI OUTPUT delivers only the bypass DI signal.
Connect your Headphones and enjoy the analog cabinet emulation.
Use this connector to play music from your laptop, phone, MP3 player, etc. This input is routed only to the headphone output without cabinet emulation.
Use this connector to feed electric power to the amplifier. 100 - 230 VAC, 50-60Hz.
AC Power ON/OFF
Use this Switch to release the audio energy from your bass.