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THE SOUND THAT CREATES LEGENDS
P/N 048951
Two hundred
BXR
BASS
EXTENDED
RANGE
Owner
,
s Manual
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  • Page 1

    THE SOUND THAT CREATES LEGENDS

    BXR
    Two hundred
    ,

    BASS
    EXTENDED
    RANGE

    Owner s Manual
    P/N 048951



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    INTRODUCTION
    Congratulations on your purchase of the Fender BXRTM 200
    Bass amplifier. The BXR 200 is Fender’s most recent effort
    in state-of-the-art bass amplifier technology, and is a member of the FENDER BXR series. The design of the BXR 200
    was carried out with the aid of some of today’s best bass
    players, and represents years of thought and consideration
    in determining features and specifications. The features
    included in the BXR 200 will provide a forum for almost
    every conceivable playing style, from “traditional” to “contemporary”, and those yet to come.
    The preamp section of the BXR 200 features two inputs of
    differing sensitivities, allowing for the use of a wide variety
    of input sources and levels. A trio of ENHANCEMENT buttons are provided to enhance the low, mid, and high end of
    the frequency spectrum. HIGH and LOW shelving controls
    allow response tailoring of the high and low frequency
    sounds you and your instrument produce. The 9-band
    GRAPHIC EQ allows for up to 12 decibels of boost or cut in
    nine bands between 80 Hz and 8kHz. Processors from simple battery powered devices to professional rack mounted
    studio effects may be used at will. This facility is accomplished through the use of the back panel EFFECTS LOOP
    SEND and RETURN.
    The rugged power amplifier is designed to give years of
    reliable service under all conditions. It is equipped with our
    exclusive DELTACOMPTM adaptive compressor system. With
    DELTACOMP, it is practically impossible to clip (distort) the
    power amplifier. The apparent release time of the compressor is short, yet distortion at low frequencies is kept to a
    minimum.

    The inclusion of CHORUS infinitely widens the range of
    tonalities the BXR 200 can produce. By incorporating the
    chorus circuitry within the power-amp/compressor loop,
    the need for complicated and expensive compounding (quieting) circuitry has been eliminated.
    The BXR 200 incorporates a highly efficient, computerdesigned, tuned-port cabinet, and delivers a full 200 watts
    R.M.S. to its single fifteen inch Fender Special design driver. The BXR 200 HEAD is designed to perform well with
    any high quality speaker system, but performs best when
    used with members of the FENDER BXR series, which
    include various combinations of ten inch and fifteen inch
    speaker enclosure systems.
    The selection of a Fender amplifier will reward you with
    years of quality performance and a wide range of musical
    sounds. This manual is designed to familiarize you with the
    equipment and to acquaint you with its many features.
    Please read it carefully so you will benefit from all the features as soon as you start using the amplifier.
    The built in quality of a Fender amplifier is the result of over
    four decades of dedication, and the combined skills of
    research and development by our engineers and musicians.
    That is why we proudly say...FENDER, The Sound that
    Creates Legends.
    WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO
    NOT EXPOSE THIS UNIT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.



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    BXR 200 FRONT PANEL FUNCTIONS
    The front and rear panel contains all items necessary
    for system operation and observation. Please read this
    section of the manual carefully to make sure you
    understand all the operational features for your new
    FENDER BXR 200 bass amplifier.
    A. INPUT 1 - A high impedance, high sensitivity plug-in
    connection for instruments. This input can handle as
    much as 2.5 volts R.M.S., and should be used with
    most instruments.
    B.

    INPUT 2 - Plug-in connection for instruments. This
    input is recommended for basses with active pickups,
    and can handle as much as 5 volts R.M.S..

    C.

    DEEP - Boosts and extends the low frequency response
    of the amplifier.

    D.

    NOTCH - Removes midrange, making the amp sound
    “punchy.” This switch is good for “thump and pluck”
    playing.

    E.

    BRIGHT - adds high frequency “sparkle.”

    F.

    GAIN - Adjusts the gain of the pre-amplifier and

    serves as an adjustment for the “loudness” of the
    amplifier.
    G. LOW - Adjusts the low part of the frequency spectrum,
    where the deep “fundamentals” reside.
    H. HIGH - Adjusts the high end of the frequency spectrum. Turning up the HIGH control will add “sparkle”
    to the sound.
    I.

    GRAPHIC EQUALIZER - Allows precise adjustment of
    the tonal characteristics of the amplifier. Each control
    provides a 12 dB boost or cut to narrow bands of frequencies centered about 80, 140, 250, 450, 800,
    1.4k, 2.5k, 4.5k, and 8k Hz. The 80, 140, and 250
    Hz controls are used to adjust the low, mid, and high
    fundamental notes of the bass. The 450, 800, 1.4k,
    2.5k, 4.5k, and 8k controls allow adjustment of the
    timbre of the instrument, allowing for a very wide variety of tonal characteristics.

    J.

    RATE - Adjusts the sweep rate of the chorus generating
    circuitry. A lower number corresponds to a slower rate
    of sweep.



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    +12
    0
    -12

    K.

    CHORUS INDICATOR - This LED is illuminated when
    the chorus is active. The intensity of the LED is modulated by the chorus sweep low frequency oscillator
    (LFO) to give a visual indication of the sweep rate.

    L.

    DEPTH - Adjusts the intensity of the chorus effect. A
    lower setting will introduce a subtle yet distinct effect
    whereas a higher setting will create a more dramatic
    effect. With both the RATE (item J) and DEPTH controls
    set midway or higher, a variety of vibrato/tremolo
    type effects can be achieved.

    M. SELECT - Activates the chorus generating circuitry for a
    fuller, more colorful sound. NOTE: This switch disables
    the Chorus Select FOOTSWITCH (item N).
    N. FOOTSWITCH - Plug-in connection for remote
    footswitch to switch the CHORUS on and off. For proper operation of the footswitch, the CHORUS SELECT
    (item M) switch should be out. NOTE: Any good quality patch cord will work with the remote footswitch,
    however a speaker grade cord is preferable to a coax
    guitar cord when it is available.
    O. DELTACOMP - DELTACOMP is Fender’s exclusive compressor circuit used in the BXR 200. This circuit is
    designed to prevent the power amplifier section from
    clipping and causing unwanted distortion. With the

    button “OUT,” DELTACOMP is OFF. With the button
    “IN,” DELTACOMP is ON, and a special ASYMMETRIC LIMITER circuit is enabled. The Asymmetric Limiter
    is designed to “smooth-out” any distortion caused
    when the power amplifier clips by adding even-order
    harmonics.
    P.

    DELTACOMP INDICATOR LED - This LED, when lit,
    indicates that the power amplifier has reached full
    power and that either DELTACOMP or LIMITING has
    occurred, depending on the position of the switch. The
    unit may seem louder without DELTACOMP, since the
    power amp will be allowed to go into clipping. With
    DELTACOMP on, your volume level will be rather loud
    before the compressor turns on; this is normal.

    Q. POWER INDICATOR - When this LED is illuminated,
    the BXR 200 unit is receiving power.
    R. POWER - Turns the BXR 200 unit “ON” or “OFF.”



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    LINE
    OUTPUTS

    BXR 200 REAR PANEL
    SEND can also be used to feed recording and sound
    reinforcement mixers a dry signal. For a signal with
    internal CHORUS, use the rear panel LINE OUT jack,
    (item C). Additionally this output can be used to drive
    another BXR 200 as a slave amp. This is done by connecting a standard guitar cord from the SEND jack of
    the master amplifier to the RETURN jack of the slave.

    The above diagram corresponds to the BXR 200
    HEAD. Orientation differs slightly on the BXR 200
    COMBO.
    A. LINE CORD - This amplifier is equipped with a grounding type supply cord to reduce the possibility of shock
    hazard. Be sure to connect it to a grounded AC receptacle. The line cord should be connected to a suitable
    power source, in accordance with the voltage and frequency as shown in the power rating on the rear
    panel. DO NOT ALTER THE THREE PRONG PLUG.
    B.

    LINE OUTPUTS - These two outputs are derived from
    the speaker outputs, and are at line level, similar to
    that of the EFFECT LOOP SEND jack (item D). LINE
    OUT includes the effects of DELTACOMP and CHORUS if selected, and can be used to drive slave amplifiers for more output. It can also be used in the studio,
    with proper equalization, as a recording output.

    C.

    SPEAKER OUTPUTS (Head Only)- Speaker connections
    are four ohms minimum total. The two jacks are wired
    in parallel. The BXR 200 HEAD is not designed for
    speaker loads lower than 4 ohms total.

    D.

    EFFECTS LOOP SEND - This jack provides an unbalanced mono output signal from the preamp at a point
    before the internal chorus circuits. This output can be
    used in conjunction with the RETURN (item E) as a
    patch point for external mono effects devices. The

    E.

    EFFECTS LOOP RETURN - This unbalanced jack inputs
    signal directly to the chorus generating circuitry, which
    then drives the power amp section. It automatically disconnects the preamp circuitry when used. This is useful
    when using the Effects Loop option or when using the
    BXR 200 as a slave amplifier for a mono signal
    source. The CHORUS is active in the slave so that a
    chorused signal will be generated if selected.
    COVERING CARE
    The exclusive vinyl covering your cabinet has been
    especially designed for years of lasting beauty. A very
    light, soapy solution on a sponge may be used to
    remove dirt and residue that may accumulate in the
    fabric. Be careful not to let any liquid come in contact
    with operating surfaces. UNPLUG THE POWER CORD
    BEFORE CLEANING.



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    BXR 200 BLOCK DIAGRAM

    TROUBLESHOOTER‘S CHECKLIST
    If the amp is set up but does not function, check the following items:
    -Is the amp power cord plugged into an electrical outlet?
    -Is there power at the outlet?
    -Is the speaker properly connected to the amplifier?
    -Are all the control knobs turned up?
    -Is the volume control on the instrument turned up?
    -Is your instrument properly plugged into the amplifier?
    (Eliminate any effect pedals and try another guitar cord.)
    If, after checking all of the above, the system is still not performing correctly, consult your Fender Service Dealer.



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    BXR 200 SPECIFICATIONS
    Part Number:

    COMBO
    022-4475-000
    022-4405-000
    022-4465-000
    022-4445-000
    022-4435-000

    100V
    120V
    230V
    230V UK
    240V AUSTRALIA

    Type Specification:

    PR286

    Power Requirements:

    100V Version:
    120V Version:
    230V Version:
    240V Version:

    HEAD
    022-4476-000
    022-4406-000
    022-4466-000
    022-4446-000
    022-4436-000

    100VAC, 50/60Hz, 540W
    120VAC, 60Hz, 540W
    230VAC, 50Hz, 540W
    240VAC, 50Hz, 540W

    POWER AMPLIFIER SECTION:
    Power output:

    200W R.M.S.

    Rated load impedance:

    4Ω

    Distortion at 200 watts:

    Less than .1% @ 1 kHz, below compression
    Less than 1% @ 1 kHz, maximum compression

    Sensitivity:

    1.03V R.M.S.

    Input impedance:

    22 kΩ

    DELTACOMP (tm) range:

    20 dB

    PREAMP SECTION:
    Input impedance:

    Input 1 - Greater than 420 kΩ (typically greater
    than 1 MΩ in the passband)
    Input 2 - 136 kΩ

    Sensitivity for 200 W:
    GAIN at maximum, all
    tone controls at “0”
    detent, no enhancement
    activated.

    Input 1 - 2.2 mV
    Input 2 - 4.4 mV

    Shelving tone controls:

    LOW +/- 12 dB at 60 Hz
    HIGH +/- 12 dB at 10 kHz

    Graphic equalizer:

    +/- 12 dB at 80, 140, 250, 450,
    800, 1.4k, 2.5k, 4.5k, and 8 kHz.

    PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS:

    BXR 200 COMBO
    Height: 25-1/2 inches (64.8 cm)
    Width: 21-1/2 inches (54.6 cm)
    Depth: 13-1/2 inches (34.3 cm)
    Weight: 72 lbs. (32.7 kg)

    BXR 200 HEAD
    Height: 6-29/32 inches (17.5 cm)
    Width: 21-1/2 inches (54.5 cm)
    Depth: 13-1/2 inches (34.3 cm)
    Weight: 27 lbs. (12.3 kg)

    Speaker:

    15” 4 Ohm Fender Special Design (P/N 048941), Combo only.

    WARNINGS:

    NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE, REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED PERSONNEL ONLY.
    THIS EQUIPMENT MUST BE EARTH GROUNDED.
    A PRODUCT OF:
    FENDER MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS CORP.,
    CORONA, CA 91720






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