Trickfish Amplification Announces the Bullhead Mini 500

A new amp from Trickfish offering 4-band EQ and selectable input sensitivity.


Featuring the acclaimed Mike Pope designed low noise pre-amp integrated with a 500W Class D power amplifier. The Bullhead Mini 500 offers a wide variety of tone-shaping capabilities via a 4-band EQ, and includes other features such as a selectable input sensitivity, aux input, headphone output, Pre/Post Balanced DI Output, EFX: Parallel loop, amp mute and a Neutrik speakON combo connector. Weighing in at 3.4 lbs.

Features

  • 500 watts at 4 ohms (Pascal power module)
  • Input level indicator: Signal level and clip LEDs (green/red)
  • 4 band EQ (+/- 12dB)
    Shelving bass and treble
    Low-mid and hi-mid - variable gain, band pass EQ
  • Line in and headphone out
  • Parallel EFX loop
  • 600 ohm balanced XLR direct out with pre/post and ground lift
  • Neutrik speakON combo connector – speakON or 1/4” jack
  • Auto switching AC mains for worldwide use
  • (H x W x D in.) 3.3 x 10.1 x 8
  • Weight: 3.4lbs
  • Made in the USA

MINI Demo Video

The Bullhead Mini 500 is available now with a street price of $799, available directly from www.trickfishamps.com.


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