Markbass Little Mark 800 Bass Amp Head, Get ample power out of your head.
With an 800W digital power amp driving this beast, the Markbass Little Mark 800 bass amp head will satisfy any thirst for power. This high-power head is created for those who need simple, intuitive, and effective controls but also like to have a large supply of power and serious headroom.
A great choice for big-stage applications, and for louder bands, its sound is exceptionally warm and clear, both at low and high volumes. The ultra-fast response of the digital power amp allows the best reproduction of every minute detail in your playing.
The DI output features a pre-post EQ switch and output level control, so you can optimize the bass amp head's signal to the mixer or recording unit. In addition, a bonus XLR balanced input is included for amplifying most double bass microphones or pickups. The Markbass Little Mark 800's small size allows for easy transportation, but its sound is nothing short of professional.
The Vintage Loudspeaker Emulator (VLE) and Variable Preshape Filter (VPF) allow access to a wide array of timbres, from classic tones to modern hi-fi sound. Additional features on this bass amplifier head include four bands of equalization, line out control, and pre-post EQ switch for the XLR line out (on the rear panel).
1 1/4" input,
1 XLR or 1/4" input
Gain controls for each input
Line Out Level
Ground Lift switch (rear)
Pre/Post EQ switch (rear)
Low, Mid, High EQ
Variable Preshape Filter
Vintage Loudspeaker Emulator
Balanced XLR line out
Impedance: 500 kOhm,
Maximum Voltage: 15V
Input 2 (Balanced XLR/1/4" combo)
Impedance: 500 kOhm
Maximum Voltage: 15Vpp
Phantom power: 48V
Impedance: 33 kOhm,
Maximum Voltage: 10Vpp
Gain 1: -60 dB to +23 dB range; Gain 2: -60 dB to +23 dB range
Low center frequency: 40 Hz; level: ±16 dB;
Low Mid center frequency: 360 Hz, level: ±16 dB; High Mid center frequency: 800 Hz, level: ±16 dB;
High center frequency: 10 kHz, level: ±16 dB; VPF (Variable Pre-shape Filter) center frequency: 380 Hz (cut); VLE (Vintage Loudspeaker Emulator) frequency range: 250 Hz-20 kHz (cut)