The MB210 combo produces 250 watts of clean RMS power at 4 ohms or 200 watts at 8 ohms and is a lightweight 36 pounds.

San Diego, CA (December 14, 2011) -- Carvin has announced the MB210, our newest entry in their popular Micro Bass amp lineup. The MB210 produces 250 watts of clean RMS power, and a Neodymium titanium tweeter adds to the upper harmonics to enhance the overall sound. The micro size is only 12.75" wide x 11.5" deep x 24.5" high and is a lightweight 36 lbs.

The internal BX head delivers 250 watts RMS at 4 ohms and 200 watts RMS at 8 ohms. The Class D power amp is 94% efficient delivering not only its full RMS but doing it very efficiently taking less AC power from the wall. Typical THD is less than .1% for ultra low distortion keeping your bass clean and the tone pure in every respect. The BX pre-amp has a Drive knob to control the harmonic content and dual Parametric EQ to select all the sweet tones of your bass. The Contour, Bass, and Treble controls deliver deep bass and brilliant highs.

The preamp Direct Out XLR is pre or post selectable for the house PA or recording and includes a ground lift and Level control. The Master level controls the speakers while the DI level controls the pre-amp output including the Phone/Tuner. The tweeter features a DIM switch to control the brightness of your sound. The cabinet design allows you to position the MB210 either vertically or horizontally. Poplar plywood enclosure is covered with black vinyl, but an assortment of optional vinyl colors are available.

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