The Rear Panel
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19. IEC POWER INPUT CONNECTOR: This is where you connect the supplied AC power cord.
Before plugging in the power cord, make sure that the voltage selector switch is set to the same voltage as your local AC mains.
VOLTAGE SELECTOR SWITCH: Make sure the switch is in the correct position for your local AC mains voltage before you plug in the AC power cord. Use a small flat screwdriver to slide the switch if required.
VENTILATION: Make sure that the ventilation openings are not obscured in any way. This will allow the flow of cooling air to the power amplifier’s heatsinks.
SPEAKER OUTPUTS: These Neutrik / 1/4" TS output jacks supply speaker-level power to the speaker cabinet. The rated power output is 600 watts rms into 8 ohms or 1000 watts rms into 4 ohms. The two identical outputs are wired in parallel, and you can use either one, or use both. Make sure the total speaker impedance load is 4 ohms or greater.
SVT-7 PRO Bass Guitar Amplifier
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POWER AMP IN
CLASS 2 WIRING
AUX INPUT (STEREO)
600 W @ 8Ω
1000W @ 4Ω MIN LOAD
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For example, you could connect: Two 16 ohm speakers (an 8 ohm load), Two 8 ohm speakers (a 4 ohm load) or one 4 ohm speaker.
Use speaker cables with Neutrik or 1/4" TS ends to make the connections. Do not use instrument cables as they may overheat.
23. TUBE DIRECT OUTPUT: Typically, you would connect this balanced output to the balanced input of an external mixer, or a recorder. In this way, you do not have to mic the speaker cabinet in order to add it to the main mix, or to record. The output is not affected by the master control.
This output can connect to external power amplifiers, or powered loudspeakers, as long as they have their own input controls to adjust the volume level.
Balanced connections allow long cable runs to be used, as hum and noise pickup in the line is minimized.
GROUND / LIFT: Press this switch in to engage the Ground Lift, if necessary, to help eliminate hum at the XLR jack.
0dB (line level) / -40dB (mic level): Press this switch in to apply a 40 dB cut to the signal at the Tube Direct Output.