Bugera BXD15 1x15" 1,000-Watt Bass Combo

1,000-watt 15" Bass Combo Amp with Compressor
Bugera BXD15 1x15
Bugera BXD15 1x15
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Plenty of power and a 15" speaker for deep bass!

Huge on portable power, the Bugera BXD15 bass combo amp rocks 1,000 watts of high-efficiency Class D power. The preamp is driven by MOSFET technology, which imparts a classic tube warmth to your tone. And since it's a combo, getting the gig should be no problem, as your power and the 15" Turbosound speaker are joined together in an easy-to-move package. When you're at the gig, the footswitchable FX loop simplifies your onstage setup, and the dedicated balanced DI makes it easy to connect to the soundboard. And this just scratches the surface of the Bugera BXD15 bass combo amp's features!

Tons of tone-shaping tools

Huge power and light weight are great features, but there's so much more to the Bugera BXD15 bass combo amp. The passive Gyrator circuitry with tube-inspired sound gives you authentic tone, and a selectable mid-frequency switch conjures five classic sound variations so you shape the sound for your particular playing style. And there are switchable ultra-low and ultra-high functions that add bass or treble boosts, respectively. At Sweetwater, we know compression, and we know you'll appreciate the compression options included in the Bugera BXD15 bass combo amp. The studio-grade compressor provides transparent, musical compression gently engages and smooths out peaks for the ultimate tone. But it doesn't stop there, as Bugera built in special Dynamizer technology that further enhances your tone. What is this Dynamizer and what does it do? Think of it as parallel compression, like that used in the studio for years. You signal is split into two discrete signals: a dry version and a heavily compressed version. The Dynamizer recombines these separate signals, giving you the ability to get the most out of your tone! You get big power and tons of tone and feature with the Bugera BXD15 bass combo amp!

Bugera BXD15 Bass Combo Amp Features:
  • 1,000 watts of bass power to fill any room
  • Efficient Class D power amp keeps the weight down
  • Optical compressor and exclusive Dynamizer technology for ultimate bass tone
  • 15" speaker designed by Turbosound
  • Balanced DI out for connecting to a soundboard
Get premium power and tones with the Bugera BXD15 bass combo amp!

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Tech Specs

Type Solid State
Total Power 1000W class D
Speakers 1 x 15" Turbosound speaker
Compression Yes
EQ 3-band EQ with mid frequency control
Inputs 1 x 1/4" (instrument), 2 x RCA (aux in)
Outputs 1 x 1/4" (tuner), 1 x XLR (DI out)
Footswitch I/O Yes (optional FSB102B footswitch)
Effects Loop Yes
Height 22.3"
Width 18.1"
Depth 17.8"
Weight 47.6 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number BXD15

Customer Reviews

3.5/5
Based on 4 reviews
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5/5

A Fantastic AMP!!!!!!!!!!

I was totally amazed at how quiet this amp is!No poping,or any sound of that nature!It is very clear and powerful tooo!I have other amps that don't even come close to this amp in price for quality!You don't have to spend big to get impressive big sounds out of an amp anymore!Try this amp,you will be amazed!!!!!!
Music background: Gospel,R&B,Pop,Jazz,intermediate Bassist
4/5

2015 Burgers BXD15 700 watt 2 CH Bass Combo

Bugera BXD15 1x15" 700I-Watt 2-Channel Bass Combo Review: I purchased the amp on 12/12/15 from Sweetwater (Pro-gear) I received it a day ahead of scheduled time. Upon opening the heavy duty cardboard box. I noticed right away, the amp was very well packed and secured by very thick foam packing. I am very impressed with the heavy duty built bass combo cab. Good looking front panel . When powered on, the master volume knob is highlighted with a ring of red light that gives a quick way to find your master knob. Of course I started off with all frequency controls centered @ 12 o'clock position. Upon plugging my America Jazz bass, (passive). The -15db button not activated for non active bass signal I did add bass volume to 5 o'clock position. On the mid frequency control knob was set at 800Hz. 220Hz - 450Hz - 800Hz - 1.6 KHz - 3 KHz - is switchable via knob. I am very pleased with the high quality sound. Smooth, rich deep articulated sound. Not muddy what so ever. I did start with the master at 10 o'clock and gain at 8 o'clock. It was way loud enough to jam at a very comfortable hearing level to practice. I set the BXD15 up right next to a Fender Rumble 100 to compare sound. With controls set at the same positions with the exception of a gain and selectable mid control. Hands down, the Burgers BXD15 has a better quality rich smooth sound than the Fender Rumble 100. Although the Fender still puts out a good quality sound. As for as sound pressure out put. The Burgers BXD15 is not a head banger of amps but it can hold it's own in a small venue ( stand alone). It is not much louder than the Fender Rumble 100 to compare against. I used it at a practice jam playing music with 2 solid musicians. At volume levels at 1 o'clock on master and 4 on gain. My sound deffitnitly was coming through with authority. With more bridge pick up input, makes for an awesome punchy rich deep sound. Very good harmonics . In my option with over 35 years of playing bass, running sound for PA set ups and most of all, a very good hear for quality sound. On a scale of 1- 10. Compared to a high dollar bass system. I give it a 7, which is a good rating for it's small size and low cost. Real good bang for the buck. Cons: According to the advertised video at NAMM. Claims to be Class D power. The Manuel also indicates Class D power. I did see in very small print on the right rear cab, Class B digital amplification. I really don't know if this may be for the preamp section which is MOSFET controlled and powered, since it is a 2 channel amp, It may well be a D Class amp. I did look for a placard for a RMS (true watts) output and impedance loads for my personal references. No where to be found. I did see next to the 120 volt plug, the input AC voltage of 120v/ 60Hz/ 140 watt . In the manual, it indicates, 140 watt@ 1/8 max power. Also in the manual it indicates a 200 watt Turbo sound speaker. My only improvement would be to have an external speaker extension output jack to spread that 700 watt amp to another bass cab to produce more sound. Personally, I am very pleased with the quality and rich smooth to articulated punchy sound. All the tools on board to shape the quality sound you expect. Kick back with this kick back and enjoy making music.
3.5/5

BURGERA BXD15 BASS COMBO

Review: I purchased the amp on 12/12/15 from Sweetwater (Pro-gear) I received it a day ahead of schedule. Upon opening the heavy duty cardboard box. I noticed right away, the amp was very well packed and secured by very thick styrofoam packing. I am very impressed with the heavy duty built bass combo cab. Good looking front panel . When powered on, the master volume knob is highlighted with a ring of red/orange light that gives a quick way to find your master knob. Of course I started off with all frequency controls centered @ 12 o'clock position. Upon plugging my America Jazz bass, (passive). The -15db button not activated for non active bass signal I did add bass volume to 5 o'clock position. On the mid frequency control knob was set at 800Hz. 220Hz - 450Hz - 800Hz - 1.6 KHz - 3 KHz - is switchable via knob. I am very pleased with the high quality sound. Smooth, rich deep articulated sound. Not muddy what so ever. I did start with the master at 10 o'clock and gain at 8 o'clock. It was way loud enough to jam at a very comfortable hearing level to practice with friends. I set the BXD15 up right next to a Fender Rumble 100 to compare sound. With controls set at the same positions with the exception of a gain and selectable mid control. Hands down, the Burgers BXD15 has a better quality rich smooth sound expected from a Turbosound speaker mounted in the Burgera BXD15. Although the Fender Rumble 100 still puts out a good quality sound at a good sound level. Also the Burgera BXD15's speaker is closer to the ground for better bass resonation. As for as sound pressure out put. The Burgers BXD15 is not a head banger of amps but it can hold it's own in a small venue ( stand alone). It is not much louder than the Fender Rumble 100 to compare against, but that's keeping it from any distortion. I used it at a practice jam, playing music with 2 solid musicians. At volume levels at 1 o'clock on master and 4 on gain. My sound deffitnitly was coming through with authority. With more bridge pick up input, makes for an awesome punchy rich deep sound. Very good harmonics . In my option with over 35 years of playing bass, running sound for PA set ups and most of all, a very good ear for quality sound. On a scale of 1- 10. Compared to a high dollar bass system. I give it a 7, which is a good rating for it's small size and low cost. Real good bang for the buck. Cons: According to the advertised video at NAMM. Claims to be Class D power. The Manuel also indicates Class D power. I did see in very small print on the right rear cab, Class B digital amplification. I really don't know if this may be for the preamp section which is MOSFET controlled and powered, since it is a 2 channel amp, It may well be a Class D amp. I did look for a placard for a RMS (true watts) output and impedance loads for my personal references. No where to be found. I did see next to the 120 volt plug, the input AC voltage of 120v/ 60Hz/ 140 watt . In the manual, it indicates, 140 watt@ 1/8 max power. Also in the manual it indicates a 200 watt Turbo sound speaker. My only improvement would be to have an external speaker extension output jack to spread that 700 watt amp to another bass cab to produce more sound. Personally, I am very pleased with the quality and rich smooth to articulated punchy sound. All the tools on board to shape the quality sound you expect. Kick back with this kick back and enjoy making music.
Music background: Playing guitar, bass, and drums since 1967
2/5

Small Venue Amp

I should have purchased a half stack. There is no speaker out to add a cabinet. Two 15's might have done the trick...
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