Darkglass Electronics E500 Exponent 500W Bass Amp Head.

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We always craved a clean head. A device that is “out of the box” is an amplifier without added effects. Uncomplicated, intuitive, and for each one of us to be able to unveil the layer of sophistication that better serves our projects and skills. The Exponent 500 is a new concept that once connected turns into a multi-effect, with fully programmable and presettable signal chains with all the components a professional bassist requires.


Front Panel Features

Input

Use this jack to connect your instrument via a standard ¼” mono cable.

Quick-Pots

There are five Quick-Pots on Exponent 500’s front panel (a, b, c, d and e) .

By default, these pots are mapped to the Amp EQ’s four frequency bands and a preset-specific control.

In the Darkglass Suite, you can freely bind the Quick-Pots to your selection of any five controls from the effects in your signal chain.

Master

Use this knob to control the overall volume of the amplifier.

Preset

Pressing the preset button changes through presets 1 to 5 and a bypass signal. The current preset is shown with a single LED next to the preset number. When e500 is bypassed, all preset LEDs show a dim white color.

Long-press the preset button to start Bluetooth pairing. All preset LEDs will breathe white while pairing is active.

Mute

Pressing the mute button toggles mute on the physical outputs. When e500 is muted, all preset LEDs will illuminate with a dim red color.

DIMENSIONS

21x17.5x6cm / Weight: 1,65kg

WARNING

· No user-serviceable parts inside the amplifier. Do not open the amp.

· Never use the amp at a high moisture environment or near liquids.

· The Exponent 500 can deliver more than 115 dB of power. Exposure to this level of sound can damage your hearing. Use proper hearing protection if you will be exposed.

· The Exponent 500 can deliver more than 500 Watts. Be sure that your speaker cabinet is able to deliver that power.

· Do not cover the vent holes. The Fan and vent holes are part of the cooling system of the amp. Covering the vent holes can damage the power amp by overheating it.

· Don’t use an instrument cable as speaker cable. An instrument cable is not designed to deliver the type of power signals sent from the amplifier to the speaker.