For bass renegades comes a deal that will make you smile. From Markbass comes an amazing amplifier package, featuring the Little Mark III bass amp head and the New York 151 bass speaker cabinet, offer... Click To Read More About This Product
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For bass renegades comes a deal that will make you smile. From Markbass comes an amazing amplifier package, featuring the Little Mark III bass amp head and the New York 151 bass speaker cabinet, offering plenty of oomph and pro sound features in a lightweight and highly portable amp head and stack.
Little Mark III Bass Amp Head
The Little Mark III amp head's DI input features a pre/post EQ switch and output level control, so you can optimize the signal you send to your mixer or recording unit. All this capability comes in the same compact size and weight as its Markbass predecessor. Weighing just over 6 pounds, it puts out 300W at 8 ohms and 500W at 4 ohms. The Markbass amp's 4-band EQ offers precise tonal control while a Variable Pre-shape Filter, Vintage Loudspeaker Emulator), balanced input for acoustic basses, balanced DI with level control, and pre/post switch make the Markbass Little Mark III a totally pro amp head.
New York 151 Bass Speaker Cabinet
Part of Mark Bass' New York bass speaker cab, this little powerhouse is the perfect extension for either the Mini CMD 151P combo or the CMD 151P Jeff Berlin combo. The bass speaker is also a great lightweight option for combining with any 500W Markbass amp.
This Markbass speaker series is named after the world's most famous city, where bassists often lug their rigs by subway or taxi to get to gigs. Because of this issue, Markbass set out to create a combo amp that had the power, but not the bulkiness of a regular bass combo. The end result speaks for itself. The sound of this bass speaker cabinet is smooth and warm, with sweet full range and a deep tone that extends down to 40Hz.
The Markbass New York 151 bass speaker cabinet features one 15" speaker, with 400W of power handling.
4-band EQ for precise tonal control
Balanced input for acoustic basses
Balanced DI with level control and pre/post switch
Little Mark III Bass Amp Head Specs.
Input impedance: 500kOhm, maximum voltage 15Vpp
Balanced Input (XLR) impedance: 100kOhm, maximum voltage 25Vpp
Effect Return Impedance: 33kOhm, maximum voltage 10Vpp
Gain: -60dB-+23 dB range
Line Out Level
Ground Lift switch on rear panel
Pre/Post EQ switch on rear panel
Low: Center frequency 60Hz, level ±16dB
Low Mid: Center frequency 360Hz, level ±16dB
High Mid: Center frequency 800Hz, level ±16dB
High: 5kHz shelf, level ±16dB
VPF (Variable Pre-shape Filter): Center frequency 380Hz (cut)
VLE (Vintage Loudspeaker Emulator): Frequency range 250Hz-20 kHz (cut)
Line Out: Balanced XLR, maximum voltage 20Vpp
Effect Send: Unbalanced, maximum voltage 20Vpp (pre-EQ)
Tuner Out: Unbalanced, maximum voltage 2Vpp
Speaker Out: Speakon & 1/4" combo, 1/4"
Dimensions: 10-9/10" W x 2-4/5" H x 10-1/10" D
Output Power: 300W RMS @ 8ohm, 500W RMS @ 4ohm
New York 151 Bass Speaker Cabinet Impedance: 8 Ohms
Speaker size: 1x15"
Bass port: rear
Power handling: 400W RMS (AES Standard)
Crossover frequency: 3.5 kHz
Frequency response: 40 Hz to 18 kHz
Sensitivity: 100 dB SPL
Weight: 37-1/2 lbs
Dimensions: 18-1/2"W x 18-1/2"H x 19"D
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Comments about Markbass Little Mark III and New York 151 Bass Stack:
I've been luging around a Peavey 15" BW combo for years and finally upgraded. 4 times the power, half the size, and a 1/4 of the weight is good enough, but the tone is the best part. I tried to like the Jeff Berlin model, but the tweeter really makes this shine. The lows thump and are well defined. They don't get muddy at volume. The tweeter really makes the pops crisp. It really spreads the tonal range of my playing technique. I don't see me buying another amp any time soon.
Comments about Markbass Little Mark III and New York 151 Bass Stack:
I occasionally reinforce small/medium gig sound with my own kick-drum monitor. This sounds MUCH better to the audience than running it just acoustically, or through the portable ?caf?? sound-systems too many bands use these days (small-coned, plastic systems designed for guitar/vocals only). A speaker has to have a 15 inch cone (or larger) to accurately reproduce the solid bassy thud of a kick drum- otherwise you get a ringy midrange mess. For years I had been carrying a beloved Roland KC-550: it sounded great, but was wicked heavy (65 lbs) & had an angled front that made it awkward to carry... Throw in a back injury (equip loading) & I was in the market for a lighter solution to kick monitoring. Thank the god for Markbass! This system is HALF the weight & sounds Soooo much more bassy! I can plug my mic cable (xlr) directly into the amp (no mixer or power-sucking adapter needed) & emulate a huge pro PA sound myself. I angle it behind me to the left- it acts as a monitor & main-reinforcer. The LittleMark III also has an output, so I send the (volume adjustable) signal to the mains. The EQ knobs allow huge adjustment from dry & biting to a full on hip-hop electronic sound (using the "Vintage Loudspeaker Emulator " knob). It sounds great close to the amp, but even better as you get further away- the rear subwoofer ports are magic. I occasionally use a small Mackie sub-mixer to run other drums through as well, but for most club shows, only the kick needs to be reinforced (or the rest I run through the mains). I also use this stack for electric drums- It is pleasingly smooth sounding (the band complimented me the first night), but lacks a little of the high end compared to the KC-550 keyboard amp. This is not a bad thing, they sound more "natural" & less harsh through this amp. I wanted the more powerful (800w) version of this set-up for clarity, punch & headroom, but the price was more than I wanted to spend. I am pleased to say, the 300w seems just fine so far (I typically play it at 1/2 volume- 5 out of 10) for most shows, less for more dynamic bands. The stack is dead quiet (no hum/rattles). I am thrilled. Having a big, bass-heavy kick sound makes the kit & whole band sound better, and allows me to play more dynamically. Overall, it is not about making the kick louder, so much as bassier & bigger sounding. "The Markbass Little Mark III and New York 151 Bass Stack" is a joy to play through. I would buy it again. I recommend the Markbass Small Amplifier bag for the LittleMark III- it has Velcro to stick the amp to the cabinet so it does not bounce off.
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