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FS: SWR SM500 $450.00

Discussion in 'For Sale: Amps, Preamps, and Cabinets' started by jpeck02, Dec 9, 2013.

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    jpeck02 Supporting Member

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    Unit is in very good condition. Fully functioning. Recently serviced and given a clean bill of health. Will ship in a slightly battered but fully functional 2 space SKB case. One latch is missing the butterfly handle but still functions.

    [DEL]$425.00 (Includes shipping to lower 48)[/DEL]
    $375.00 (Includes shipping to lower 48)

    Hit this link for photos. Disregard the reflections. The unit is in very good cosmetic condition. No paint peeling. A few very tiny dings and/or surface scratches from regular use but virtually invisible.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/34237860@N03/sets/72157638671280355/

    Product Description
    This advanced head features stereo or mono operation (250 watts per side or 500W mono at 4 ohms), precision 4-band paragraphic EQ plus Bass, Treble, and Transparency controls (all EQ is +/-15dB cut/boost). Paragraphic EQ provides frequency sweep knobs and a level slider for each band. The SM500 has a tube preamp, an adjustable Limiter, SWR's famous Aural Enhancer, a sidechain Effects Loop with Blend control, Speakon and 1/4" outputs, and an XLR Direct Out with switching for Line/Direct mode. All this power, versatility, and tone from an amp only 20 lbs. in weight. This is a serious professional amp, the best bass head SWR offers.

    Front Panel Features
    - Dual independent input jacks compatible for both active and passive instruments

    - Gain control with LED peak clipping indicator

    - Limiter with variable threshold control

    - Aural Enhancer Control

    - Bass Control +15dB - 15dB (shelving point 80 Hz)

    - Treble Control +15dB - 15dB (shelving point 2 KHz)

    - Transparency Control +15dB - 15dB (shelving point 5 KHz)

    - Variable Graphic Equalizer +15dB - 15dB:
    Band One: 40 Hz to 160 Hz
    Band Two: 80 Hz to 320 Hz
    Band Three: 200 Hz to 800 Hz
    Band Four: 400 Hz to 1600 Hz

    - Effects Blend Control

    - Dual Concentric (Stereo) Master Volume Control

    - Rack Handles

    - Speaker On/Off Switch

    - Power On/Off Switch

    Rear Panel Features:
    - Side Chain Effects Loop

    - Tuner Output

    - Balanced XLR Output with select switch for Line or Direct Mode, ground lift and pad control

    - Power Amp Assign Switch selects Bridge or Stereo Mode

    Speaker Outputs:
    - Two 1/4" jacks each for Left and Right Stereo Out

    - One Speakon jack for Left and Right Side Output

    - One Speakon Output Jack for Mono Operation

    - Speaker fuses (x2): 3AG, 8 Amp, Fast Blo

    - Line Fuse: 3AG, 7 Amp, Slow Blo

    Internal Features
    (1) 12AX7 Preamp Tube Cooling fan

    zZounds is an authorized dealer of SWR products.
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    Price drop and TTT!
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    Let's see those pics!
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    TTT with pictures!
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