Tech 21 SansAmp Bass Driver DI
Tech 21 SansAmp Bass Driver DI

SansAmp Bass Driver DI, Bass Amp Simulator from Tech 21 in the SansAmp series.

l'nono 04/14/2004

Tech 21 SansAmp Bass Driver DI : l'nono's user review


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The Retail Banking is a prampli-bote of direct low. Apart from an instrument, there are two exits for signal line (jack to fit into an amp and XLR to attack a sound system for example), and a direct output jack. The CONTRL include, in addition to SETTING THE volume and a two-band equalizer, a saturation SETTING THE A SETTING THE prsence (which acts on the Aiges fawn mark more or less the attack) and a button labeled shuffled blend that allows the signal related to the direct sound. The device is powered by a 9V battery, a transformer (not supplied) or a phantom power supply. Kind of rustic and effective, therefore, it is far from the dashboard of Airbus.


Overall, we can find sounds good. The manual provides examples that can serve as a basis, but we can well do without trs and all rgler instinct. Even when two regrets: first, the CONTRL, including equalizer, trs can be (too) sensitive on the other hand, the Retail Banking is not programmable, not very s practice to switch between the two pieces.


The SansAmp provides easy color enjoyable in its neutral plutt my Rock Bass active. It was easy to hum a few guttural well suited to blues, as you can get more slammin sounds more modern. On a low-end bass, in this case my old Kingston is frle the miracle: the small bote lets out a sound all acceptable than an instrument of some sort. Let us be clear, is not a substitute for a good low branch in a good amp, but gives dj something very fine.


I have this from prs prampli a year and I can not do without. Only one regret: the impossibility of the program.