Mesa/Boogie Unveils the Subway D-350 Bass Amp

Mesa/Boogie Subway D-350 Bass Amp

Mesa/Boogie has added a new stop on the Subway. Their lightweight bass amp series has expanded to include the Subway D-350, which they call the smallest and lightest bass amp in Mesa history. The 350-watt, 3.1-pound head is also their most affordable.

“Building on the legendary foundation laid by the acclaimed Subway D-800, the new Subway D-350 uses a solid-state preamp coupled with a lightweight Class D power amp and switch-mode power supply to deliver heaping portions of world-class TONE in an incredibly small and lightweight package that’s perfect for home use and studio recording sessions while still delivering plenty of power and punch to provide MESA-quality tone authoritatively and dependably, gig after gig for small to mid-sized venues, or as a micro-sized backup amp on tour,” they write.

Its front panel begins with three switches – mute, active/passive, and bright – after which a row of knobs control the input level, voicing, a four-band EQ, and the master volume. The rear is fitted with a direct output, aux input, and headphone output. There’s also a USB power port for powering accessories.

Get the full scoop in their demo:

The Mesa/Boogie Subway D-350 Bass Amp is available now for $699.

Mesa/Boogie Subway D-350 Bass Amp Features:

Preamp Type:Solid-State Preamp
Power:350 Watts @ 4 or 2 Ohms / 175 Watts @ 8 Ohms
Graphic Eq Reverb Fx Solo:Variable Voicing (Flat to Vintage Scoop), Fully Active 4-Band EQ plus Bright Switch (for enhanced top-end)
Speaker Outputs:2 - Speakon Output Jacks (no 1/4″ speaker jacks) - 8, 4, or 2 Ohms
Extra Features:Headphone Output, Auxiliary Input, & USB Power Outlet with LED Indicator
Weight:3 Lbs. 2 Oz
Dimensions:3″ H x 9″ W x 8 1/4″ D

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