If you practice bass at home, you can of course also do without bass amps, but we recommend using bass amps especially when you're new to bass. This is because listening to the bass sound through the bass amplifier makes it possible to listen to subtle sounds that could not normally be heard. It's quite difficult to hear it without a bass amp, even if you're used to playing bass. If you have a bass amp for home practice, you can start with a small output of about 3W.
When plugging the cable (shield) into the amplifier, be sure to turn the volume to 0. If the volume is raised while the power is on, a loud noise may be heard when connecting or disconnecting the cable, which may damage the speaker or amplifier.
Before turning on the amplifier, let's make the connection between the bass and the amplifier.
Plug the cable into "INPUT" of the bass amplifier. Depending on the amp model, there are two types of INPUT, such as "HIGH", "LOW", "Active" and "Passive". In that case, let's connect as follows.
Below are the controls of each part of the amplifier.
If you connect an external sound source such as a CD here, you can make a sound by combining it with the bass.
Use headphones to avoid disturbing your family and neighbors at night.
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