Orange will roll out two new Terror bass combos at Winter NAMM 2011
(Dave Molter | Posted 2011-01-07)
They're orange, they're small, they're powerful -- two all-new Terror Bass Combos will add juice to the Orange Amps booth at Winter NAMM 2001 in Anaheim, California, Jan. 12-15, 2011.
These long-awaited additions to the Terror family are two world-class quality combos with distinctive Orange sounds. The new Terror Bass Combos come in two sizes and use the pioneering Smart Power Isobaric loudspeaker concept.
This ground-breaking technology is achieved by mounting two lightweight Neodymium speakers within the cabinet, one immediately behind the other. This means a lower frequency can be delivered and more output realized with a smaller cabinet.
The Terror Bass Combo TB500C features a 500 watt hybrid amplifier - as in the Terror Bass head - and comes with Tube Preamp and a Class D power section which drives two 12” Neodymium speakers.
The TB300C is a 300 watt hybrid amplifier with Tube Preamp and Class D power section as well as two 10” Neodymium speakers. In keeping with the Tiny Terror concept "small is the new big," these compact combos deliver more power, and more volume than any others currently on the market.
To take a look at the Terror Bass Combo as well as all the other Orange Amps at Winter NAMM, go to Orange Music Booth 4674 Hall C.
About Orange Amps
It all began for Cliff Cooper back in 1960s’ Swinging London when he opened the Orange musical instrument shop and recording studio during the summer of 1968. Legend has it that in the very beginning not only did Cliff work all hours to make his business successful, but any sleep that he did manage to get took place in the shop itself and with the luxury of a plastic Vox speaker column cover used as a sleeping bag…
Fast-forward nearly forty years to the summer of 2006 and, as C.E.O. of the Orange Music Electronic Company Ltd, Cliff was invited to Buckingham Palace to receive the Queen’s Award for Enterprise given to Orange for its contribution to international trade.
From a press release.