Marshall AS100D 50W + 50W Stereo Acoustic Combo with Digital Effects

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Marshall AS100D 50W + 50W Stereo Acoustic Combo with Digital Effects

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Marshall AS100D

Marshall AS100D 50W + 50W Stereo Acoustic Combo with Digital Effects
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The AS100D has 2 x 8",Dual 50 Watt, specially designed Celestion speakers, and two high fidelity polymer dome tweeters for rich clean tones and brilliant highs. Designed for a variety of different acoustic instruments, the AS100D has a range of input features, so it can accommodate instruments with magnetic pickups, piezos and microphones - passive or condenser. There are 16 digital FX to choose from, including 10 natural sounding digital reverbs and a useful anti-feedback feature. For dual pickup instruments, channels one and two can be linked so each pickup can be controlled independently. The AS100D is the first choice for many professional acoustic musicians

  • Output (RMS): 100 Watt Stereo (50 Watt per side)
  • Channels: 4
  • 1 Volume Control per channel
  • Microphone Input: Ch 2 & 3
  • Phase Switch: Ch 1, 2 & 3
  • Phantom Power Switch: Ch 2 & 3
  • Phono Inputs: Ch 4
  • Anti-Feedback Notch Filter: Ch 1 & 2
  • Channel Assignable Chorus: No
  • Reverb: No
  • Master Volume
  • Digital Stereo FX
  • Digital FX Level & Mix Control
  • FX Loop
  • D.I Outputs: Balanced
  • Line Out: Unbalanced
  • Speakers: 2 x 8" (Celestion)
  • Dimensions (mm): 603 x 527 x 270
  • Weight (kg): 21
Additional Information

Additional Information

Category Musical Instrument Amplifiers
Colour No
Brand Marshall
MPN AS100D
EAN 05030463107638
Condition New
Amplifier for No
Kind of Amplifier No
Power No
Speakers Config. No
iOS Compatible No
Manufacturer Marshall
Product Tags Acoustic amp
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