Recalls: Amplifiers

March 21, 2013 tc electronic Recalls Bass Guitar Amplifier Due to Electrical Shock Hazard

This recall involves tc electronic 250 W bass guitar amplifiers with model BH250 and serial numbers 1204763 through 12404375. The amplifiers are about 8.6 inches wide, 2.5 inches high and 9 inches deep and have a red front panel. The model and "tc electronic" are printed on the front of the amplifier. The serial number is located on a white sticker on the back of the amplifier.

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June 2, 2010 VOX Amplification Recalls Amplifier Carrying Cases Due to Risk of Injury

This recall involves the nylon carrying case sold with Night Train guitar amplifiers. The black carrying case has metal clasps and a nylon arm strap. “VOX” is printed on the front pocket of the carrying case. The carrying cases were sold with amplifiers with model number NT15H. Model numbers can be found on the rear panel of the amplifier. Read more.

August 19, 2009 Amplifiers Recalled by Krell Industries Recalled Due to Fire Hazard

This recall involves Krell power amplifiers with model numbers KAV-250a, KAV-250a/3, KAV-500i and KAV-1500. The amplifiers are used to provide power to a loudspeaker in a home audio playback system. The Krell logo is printed on the front of the amplifier. Read more.

July 31, 2009 Bass Amplifiers Recalled by Fender Musical Instruments Due to Fire Hazard

The recall involves the SWR® Natural Blonde™ 120V acoustic bass amplifier, model 44-60600-000. The amplifier measures about 26 inches x 16 inches x15 inches, and has a blonde-textured vinyl covering with a black control plate and black stamped steel vibration-free grill. The model number is located on the top rear panel of the amplifier. “SWR” and “Natural Blonde” are printed on the front of the amplifier. Read more.