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Marshall JCM 800 4210 Combo Amp : Review

Marshall JCM 800 4210 Combo

Front Panel

Power

On/Off.

Standby

Use tit when you make a break in playing. This helps to prolong tubes life.

Normal

The first section, on the left, is the Normal channel. Here you can control Tone for your clean or rhythmic sound.

Treble

The high frequency response.

Bass

The low frequency response.

Boost

The second section is the Boost channel. It starts with a led indicating the channel functioning. It provides a dedicated equalization and the knob for the adjusting of the Overdrive.

Master

Reverb

The level.

Volume

The Master Volume.

Tone Range

Normal

Treble

10KHz - 30dB

Middle

800Hz

Bass

100Hz - 22dB

Boost

Treble

10KHz - 30dB when Middle down.

Middle

550Hz - 15dB

Bass

100Hz - 25dB when Middle down

Rear panel

It is much complete.

Power Input

Connects to the power supply.

Mains

It matches the transformer to the incoming voltage. Read the manual or you will damage the amplifier, if you don't know how to set it.

Output selector

It matches the output transformer impedance to loudspeakers impedance.

Loudspeakers

Two Outputs.

D.I. or Slave level

Here you can control the output of the low level signal.

D.I. or Slave jack

The low level signal can be send in a Mixer, a recorder or in another amplifier.

Send & Return

2 jacks for Send & Return.

Footswitch

The JCM 800 4210 provides a footswitch to control the channel and the Reverb On/Off.

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