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TC Electronic BH250 Bass Head

TC Electronic BH250 Bass Head

TC Electronic BH250 Bass Head

B&H # TCBH250 MFR # 990000511
TC Electronic BH250 Bass Head

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Product Highlights

  • 250 Watts @ 4Ω
  • Built-In Tuner for 4,5,6 String Basses
  • Works with Downloadable TonePrint FX
  • USB Port for Installing TonePrint FX
  • Speakon and Balanced XLR Outputs
  • 1/8" Auxiliary Input
  • 1/8" Headphone Output
  • Active/Passive Pick Up Gain Selector
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  • 1Description

The TC Electronic BH250 Bass Head is a 250 Watt bass amplifier designed with a variety of tonal options and downloadable effects via TC Electronic's TonePrint program. Using the included USB cable, you can download and install a variety of effects tailored for the BH250 not only by TC Electronic but from a list of professional bassists. The TonePrint control on the front panel works as a blend knob, increasing or decreasing the amount of the given installed effect. The BH250's tone controls allow it to cut and boost at different frequencies on each of its bass, middle, and treble control knobs.

The BH250 provides a few different output options, including a balanced XLR for going direct to a PA system or recording console as well as a Speakon output for powering a speaker cabinet. The 1/8" headphone jack allows you to play without having to use a speaker cabinet or PA. Its lightweight, 4 lb body and built in 4, 5, and 6 string bass tuner were designed with portability in mind for the gigging musician.

Downloadable TonePrint effects include chorus, flanger, vibrato, sub'n' up, octaver, SpectraComp, bass drive or custom patched from bassists Nathan East (Eric Clapton, Fourplay, Toto), Charles Cave (White Lies), Michael Shuman (Queens of the Stoneage), Gail Ann Dorsey (Lenny Kravitz, David Bowie, Seal), Mark King (Level 42), Roscoe Beck (Leonard Cohen, Robben Ford) and others
Intelligently Contoured Tone Controls allow you to cut and boost at different frequencies, tailored specifically for bass, such as bass cut: 80Hz, bass boost: 100Hz, mid cut: 500Hz, mid boost: 800Hz, treble cut: 1800Hz, treble boost: 3150Hz
Active or passive pick up switch customizes the input to your bass
1/8" auxiliary input allows you to use a consumer playback device as a source for rehearsing
MUTE button allows for silent tuning
In the Box
TC Electronic BH250 Bass Head
  • Power Cable
  • Mini Jack to Mini Jack Cable (For Aux In)
  • USB Cable
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Specifications
    Inputs 1x 1/4" jack
    1x 1/8" auxiliary in jack
    1x 1/4" pedal input jack
    Input Impedance 500 kΩ / 100 pF
    Gain Range -96 to 36 dB
    Tone Control Bass: 80 Hz @ -24 to 0 dB; 100 Hz @ 0 to 15 dB
    Mid: 500Hz @ -24 to 0 dB; 800 Hz @ 0 to 15 dB & 0 to -12 dB
    Treble: center frequency: 1800 Hz @ -24 to 0dB; 5000 Hz @ 0 to 15 dB
    Tuner Bass tuner
    Tuning Range B0 (31 Hz) to G4 (392 Hz)
    Mute Mutes speaker out, phones out, balanced out
    HP Out Impedance 40 to 600 Ω
    Mains Supply 100 to 240 V~ 50/60Hz (70 W @ 1/8 of maximum output)
    Power Module 250 W (500 W instantaneous peak @ minimum load)
    Speaker Output 1x Neutrik Speakon
    Balanced Output 1x XLR, selectable pre or post pre-amp
    2 dBu maximum output
    Optimal load impedance: 600 Ω
    Auxiliary Input 1/8" jack input
    Humidity Maximum 90%, non-condensing
    Finish Brushed and anodized aluminum front plate; metal chassis
    Dimension L x W x H 8.7 x 2.5 x 9.1" (220 x 63 x 231 mm)
    Weight 4 lb (2 kg)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 5.85 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 14.2 x 11.4 x 4.9"

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