Hartke AC150 Acoustic Guitar 4×5 Amplifier, 150 Watts

by / Friday, 24 February 2012 / Published in Accessories

Hartke AC150 Acoustic Guitar 4×5 Amplifier, 150 Watts – Product Description:

Perfect to go from the coffee house to the night club, the Hartke AC150 Acoustic Guitar Amplifier is a two channel 150 watt acoustic guitar combo. Hartke has taken its experience in building great sounding bass amplifiers and brought it to the field of acoustic guitar amplification with the introduction of the Hartke AC150. Designed in a precision tuned Kickback enclosure, with four custom-voiced 5 inch full ranged drivers arranged in stereo, and a 2 inch by 4 inch ribbon tweeter, the AC150 naturally recreates the sound of the acoustic instrument without adding any unwanted coloration or distortion. Channel 1 has active and piezo instrument inputs, with bass and treble controls, while Channel 2 has XLR microphone and RCA line inputs. There is a 5 band graphic EQ and a built-in 100 preset 24-bit stereo digital effects processor, which can be routed to either channel. The AC150 features a 150 watt tri-amped design, with 50 watts powering the left and right full range speakers and 50 watts powering the high frequency ribbon tweeter. To reduce feedback, there is a phase switch on channel 1 as well as a variable notch filter with depth control. On the rear panel of the amplifier there is an effects loop with stereo return, and stereo XLR direct outputs. Simply put, the Hartke Acoustic Ribbon amplifiers sound like your instrument, only louder.

Product Features :

  • 150 Watt Acoustic Guitar Combo
  • Four 5 inch Woofers and a 2 inch x 4 inch Ribbon High Frequency Transducer
  • 5 Band Graphic EQ
  • Phase Switch and Variable Notch Filter Feedback Control
  • 100 24-Bit Built-In Stereo Digital Effects

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