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[Musikmesse] Alesis TransActive Drummer

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Alesis has announced the TransActive Drummer, which it describes as the first practice amplifier for drummers with a built-in dock for iPod.


This active system contains a two-way speaker wedge with two sets of inputs, stereo outputs and a dock for iPod. Drummers will find the TransActive Drummer to be perfect for practicing alone or with a band.

The TransActive Drummer is designed to enable musicians to connect their electronic drumset as well as an auxiliary source such as a metronome, sequencer, drum machine, CD player or any other audio playback device. The built-in dock for iPod enables drummers to mix and play along with their music, with no need for additional cables or mounting devices.

For twice the power and stereo performance, drummers can easily link two TransActive Drummers together with a common 1/4-inch TRS cable, according to Alesis. The TransActive Drummer also has line-level 1/4-inch stereo outputs so drummers can connect it to a PA system or record their sessions using an external recording device or their computer.

Designed for easy control, drummers can access the TransActive Drummer's front-panel controls for system volume, three-band EQ, iPod level and plug in headphones on a 1/4-inch stereo jack.

The TransActive Drummer has a large, 10-inch woofer that plays low frequencies even below many kick drums. Its one-inch tweeter makes cymbal sounds sparkle, and the 50-watt amplifier provides plenty of power even when turned up.

Availability
The TransActive Drummer will be available from musical instrument and professional audio retailers Q3, 2009.

Check out www.alesis.com for more info.
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