Here's a full featured professional SWR Stack at a sensational price.

We have just become official dealers for SWR, and we want to cellebrate it with this great offer.

The stack consists of a 700W head plus 4x10" and 1x15" cabs.


Workingpro 700 Head

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. But what really sets it apart is the brand Bass Intensifier circuit, a highly dynamic, easy-to-operate low-end boost/compressor that literally intensifies the bass response, and makes this 700-watt amp sound like a 1,000-watt monster. Equipped with a dual footswitch for the tuning mute and the Bass Intensifier, it’s already setting a new standard for SWR tone, performance and value.

The Aural Enhancer is a passive R/C network that alters the frequency response throughout the bass spectrum. This pre-shaping is "blended" into the original signal through the Aural Enhancer Control. Exact frequencies affected are dependent on the characteristics of the instrument used. Basically a tone shaping control, the Aural Enhancer was developed to bring out the fundamental low notes of the bass guitar, to reduce certain frequencies that help mask the fundamentals and to enhance the high-end transients.
The Aural Enhancer has been a feature on nearly every SWR amplifier since the company's inception in 1984, and is a trademark part of the "SWR Sound" people have come to know and love. It was developed to help bring out the fundamental low notes of the bass guitar, to enhance high-end transients and to reduce certain frequencies that help mask the fundamentals. The result is a more transparent sound, especially noticeable when slapping and popping, and it can give a passive bass an "active" quality when set at two o'clock" or higher.

The Aural Enhancer works as a variable tone curve that changes depending on how you set it. As you increase the control clockwise from the "MIN" position, you're elevating a whole range of sound (lows, mids and highs) at a variety of frequency points selected specifically because they're different than those selected for the individual tone controls.

This remains true up to about the two o'clock position. This position—a favorite for many users—brings out the low-end fundamentals and crisp highs. At the same time, it adds a little lower midrange to help cut through the band. If you go further clockwise past the two o'clock position, however, selected mids will start to drop off; specifically, a group of frequencies centered around 200Hz. At this point and beyond, the effect becomes much more pronounced, but the curves involved here are gentle as opposed to the extreme curves you can create by boosting or cutting the active tone controls (EQ).

Most significantly for basses, the Aural Enhancer will help bring out the fundamentals of your lower registers without masking them with overtones, as is possible when using the Bass control only. It also opens up the sibilance characteristics of all instruments without being harsh.

Obviously, numbers and curves and circuits mean nothing compared to what you hear with your own ears. Play a chord, a repeated lick or a harmonic, and adjust the Aural Enhancer to various points to hear the effect for yourself. As always, your ears are the best judge when it comes to settings that affect the tone of your instrument.

The Bass Intensifier is a proprietary feature on many SWR amplifiers designed after 2003; the Bass Intensifier is a low-end boost circuit combined with a smooth, fast-acting compressor. The Bass Intensifier provides radical low frequency boost without overdriving the amplifier, which can be useful for heavier sections of a song - or just for "fattening up" the overall tone of your bass.

Unlike most amps in the market, you can use your SWR as a preamp in the studio without a cabinet. Just connect the balanced XLR output to the desk and you'll be ready to record.


Workingpro 4x10" cab (8 Ohm)

The Goliath™ 4x10-plus-tweeter-horn signature cabinet design gave birth to the concept of full range bass speaker systems. The new WorkingPro Series of speaker cabinets honor that vision, and provide the performance that proves it. Available in three configurations (4x10, 2x10, 1x15), each WorkingPro speaker cabinet is loaded with the following professional features:

Custom-specified, model-specific SWR bass drivers
by Eminence and high-frequency tweeter
Specially-tuned front-slot port for focused bass response
Variable tweeter attenuator
Dual Speakon and 1/4” input/output jacks
Chrome-powder® coat stamped-steel vibration-free grill
Spring-loaded side handles and removable casters for easy transport
Everything about the WorkingPro Series – from the tone to the feature set to the black-and-chrome-colored styling – is true, blue SWR: high-fidelity, crystal clear, accurate, and always true to the instrument it’s amplifying.

SWR WorkingPro 4x10 Bass Box, 8 Ohm, 4x10" SWR Custom Speaker, 1 Tweeter (adjustable), 400 Watts into 8 Ohms, Speakon and Jack Connectors, Weight 97ibs, Dimension 23"W x 25.25"H x 18.375"D



Workingpro 1x15" cab (8 Ohm)

The Goliath™ 4x10-plus-tweeter-horn signature cabinet design gave birth to the concept of full range bass speaker systems. The new WorkingPro Series of speaker cabinets honor that vision, and provide the performance that proves it. Available in three configurations (4x10, 2x10, 1x15), each WorkingPro speaker cabinet is loaded with the following professional features:

Custom-specified, model-specific SWR bass drivers
by Eminence and high-frequency tweeter
Specially-tuned front-slot port for focused bass response
Variable tweeter attenuator
Dual Speakon and 1/4” input/output jacks
Chrome-powder® coat stamped-steel vibration-free grill
Spring-loaded side handles and removable casters for easy transport
Everything about the WorkingPro Series – from the tone to the feature set to the black-and-chrome-colored styling – is true, blue SWR: high-fidelity, crystal clear, accurate, and always true to the instrument it’s amplifying.

SWR WorkingPro 1x15" Bass Box, 8 ohm: 1x15" SWR Custom Speaker, 1 Tweeter (adjustable). 200 watts handling. Speakon and Jack Connectors,
Weight 60 lbs. Dimension 23” W x 20.25” H x 18.375” D

Note: the flight case for the head in the pictures is not included in the price.

SWR Workingpro 700 stack

SWR Workingpro 700 stack

Enlace web http://www.swrsound.com/

SWR Workingpro 700, panel delantero -
SWR Workingpro 700, panel delantero
SWR Workingpro 700, panel trasero -
SWR Workingpro 700, panel trasero
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