Ampeg Micro VR Stack

$ 698.28excl. VAT

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200 Watts - Micro Style

Don’t be fooled by its diminutive, dare we say “cute”, appearance. The Ampeg Micro-VR is a compact powerhouse fully capable of pumping its 200 watts of genuine Round Sound ™ into myriad live and recording situations. This portable, powerful solid-state head in traditional Ampeg drag is a pleasant surprise from the second you lay eyes on it to the moment its indisputable Ampeg tone hits your ears.

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This varies the amount of signal driving the preamplifier. If a small clockwise rotation from minimum leads to overloading and the Peak LED coming on, try engaging the –15 dB Pad to provide more usable range with the Gain control
Use to adjust the low frequency level of the amplifier. This provides up to 14 dB of boost, or 12 dB of cut, at 40 Hz. The low frequency output is flat at the center position
Use to adjust the midrange frequency level of the amplifier. This provides up to 5 dB of boost, or 13 dB of cut, at 500 Hz. The midrange frequency output is flat at the center position. Rotate the control counter- clockwise for a “contoured” sound (more distant, less midrange output) or clockwise for a sound that really cuts through
Use to adjust the high frequency level of the amplifier. This provides up to 19 dB of boost, or 25 dB of cut, at 8 kHz. The high frequency output is flat at the center position
Use to control the overall output level. It affects the Speaker Outputs and Headphones Output. Use it wisely and turn it down when making connections, putting on headphones, or trying something new

Toggle switches

Pre/Post EQ
Thesignalatthe Preamp Out can be set to either Pre-EQ or Post-EQ with this switch. With the switch in the IN position, the signal at the preamp out is Pre-EQ. This is a direct output not affected by any EQ or Boost settings. With the switch in the OUT position, the signal is Post-EQ and is controlled and modified by the tone controls.
Ground Lift
When this switch is engaged, it connects the ground connection to help reduce residual hum and buzz sometimes picked up in the signal cables.


The signal output from an instrument (active or passive) may be connected to this 1/4" Input by means of a shielded instrument cable
Audio In
The audio output from line level sources such as a mobile device, MP3, or CD player, can connect to this 1/8" TRS stereo input. The incoming audio is mixed with the preamp signals, so you can play along to a practice track as you listen with headphones
Speaker outputs
These 1/4" TS output jacks supply speaker level power to the speaker cabinet. The rated power output is 200 Watts RMS into 4 Ω. The two identical outputs are wired in parallel, and you can use either individually, or use both. Make sure the total speaker impedance load is 4 Ω or greater� For example, you could connect: • Two 16 Ω speakers (an 8 Ω load) • Two 8 Ω speakers (a 4 Ω load) • One 4 Ω speaker
XLR Line Out
Typically, you would connect this balanced output to the balanced input of an external mixer, or a recorder. In this way, you do not need to mic the speaker cabinet in order to add it to the main mix or to record. The output is not affected by the Volume control [8]. 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
Effect Loop Return
Use this 1/4" TS unbalanced input to return the processed line level output of an external effects processor, for example. The processor could be fed by signals from the Effects Loop Send
Effect Loop Send
Use this 1/4" TS unbalanced output to send a line level output to an external effects processor, for example. The output here is affected by all controls except the Volume and the Limiter switch. Use the Effects Loop Return jack to feed the returned processed signals back into the power amplifier

Power and Ohm

RMS Power Output:
150 Watts RMS @ 8 Ω, 5% THD 200 Watts RMS @ 4 Ω, 5% THD
Power Requirements:
100–120 VAC, 50–60 Hz, 150 W 220–240 VAC, 50–60 Hz, 150 W
Power Amp:
All-tube 2 x 6V6


Dimension: Only Amp
7.5 in/190 mm (with feet) x 12 in/305 mm x 10 in/254 mm
Weight: Only Amp
9.9 lb/4.5 kg
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