The limiter found in the Bass 350™, Silverado™, SM-900™, Workingman's®, WorkingPro™, and the X-Series is a soft-knee type limiter. The circuit is located after (post) the master volume and before (pre) the power amplifier. The circuit is driven by the master volume control. It's threshold (starting point) is preset by the factory so that the user can get maximum overall apparent volume without unduly overdriving the power amplifier. The limiter in the older SM-400 and ST-220 differs according to its position in the circuit and the fact that it is continually adjustable.
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- 2012 SWR Pricelist
- Can I change the impedance of my SWR speaker enclosure?
- Can I run my amp without any speaker cabinets connected to it?
- Can I use both instrument inputs on my SWR amplifier at the same time?
- Can I use my SWR acoustic amplifier as a bass amp?
- Can I use my SWR acoustic amplifier with electric guitar?
- Can I use my SWR bass amplifier as a guitar amp?
- Do I have to use the banana jack or Speakon connector when running in bridge mode?
- Does Fender® own SWR?
- FMIC Era SWR Owner's Manuals