1x15 enclosure, 200 watts handling, custom SWR speakers, piezo tweeter w/attenuator, Speakon and ¼" speaker jacks, side handles, chrome-powdercoated shock-mounted grill, front slot port. Impedance: 8 ohms
2x10 enclosure, 200 watts handling, custom SWR speakers, piezo tweeter w/attenuator, Speakon and ¼" speaker jacks, side handles, chrome-powdercoated shock-mounted grill, front slot port. Impedance: 8 ohms.
The WorkingPro™ 700 delivers tone and performance equivalent to the most high-end SWR amplifiers. With a lightning-quick, classic SWR® solid-state preamp, a completely new rock-solid, mono-block, 700-watt solid-state power amp, and professionally featured XLR output and Speakon® speaker outputs, it outperforms anything in its price range.
The Goliath™ 4x10-plus-tweeter-horn signature cabinet design gave birth to the concept of full range bass speaker systems. The WorkingPro™ Series of speaker cabinets honor that vision, and provide the performance that proves it.
LLoaded with the same exact feature set as the trendsetting WorkingPro™ 700, the WorkingPro 400's 400 watts go a lot further thanks to our exclusive Bass Intensifier™ circuit. It takes frequencies from 20 Hz up to a selectable frequency between 80 Hz and 200 Hz, then boosts and compresses them at the same time for optimum impact on the overall low end.
The legendary SWR® tube preamplifier meets Class D power amp technology in this groundbreaking new product! The SWR headlite™ is a 3.8 pound (1.7 kg), 400 watt dynamo that delivers the tonal clarity SWR amps are famous for, as well as an astonishingly thunderous low-end response for such a diminutive package.
SWR has partnered with Marcus Miller - arguably the most influential bassist of his generation, to create the ultimate tool for bassists. Or as Marcus calls it: "The missing link between your bass and a great sound!"
The most imitated bass enclosure in the world! When the Goliath 4x10 was introduced in 1986, most bassists were using 15" or 18" speakers. 10" speakers were considered too small to faithfully reproduce bass instruments, and a tweeter horn was a completely radical concept!