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SPL TransducerPublished on 05/13/14 at 14:14
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
it is the simulator for practice amp head with:
- An input impedance of 8ohms
- A 8ohms output to attack a real cab
- Mic output jack / XLR
- Two Line output jack / XLR

all hand made in our German friends at SPL transistor rack-mount 2U19 "

config itself is not very complicated but requires a little know how and attention with his ears.
different settings are quickly feel as and when you configure the (sounds like poetry)
there are 4 switches and 3 knobs. I explained everything in order.
- The first concerns the gain knob cab (speaker)
- 1 switch respect him if a cut is used or right
- The second switch regards the stamp cab, spongy or mellow

- 2 knob...…
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it is the simulator for practice amp head with:
- An input impedance of 8ohms
- A 8ohms output to attack a real cab
- Mic output jack / XLR
- Two Line output jack / XLR

all hand made in our German friends at SPL transistor rack-mount 2U19 "

config itself is not very complicated but requires a little know how and attention with his ears.
different settings are quickly feel as and when you configure the (sounds like poetry)
there are 4 switches and 3 knobs. I explained everything in order.
- The first concerns the gain knob cab (speaker)
- 1 switch respect him if a cut is used or right
- The second switch regards the stamp cab, spongy or mellow

- 2 knob concerning the gain of mic
- The third switch it relates to the type of microphone used condense / dynamic
- The fourth switch regards its close distance / ambient

- And the last relates to the gain knob for line outputs.

Everything is handled well the different elements to find the perfect sound.

find the sound ... this is where things get complicated. Let me explain: about 70Hz to 5/8/10/12kHz: when his cab, its bandwidth is limited to the characteristic of hp are used. We are faced with the problem of bandwidth speakers studio which is often (I hope for you anyway) wider. So pay attention to too much bass.

For clean sounds we quickly found a satisfactory setting, which transcribes much heat lamps and more serious these speakers are very nice.

Ditto for the crunch but serious digging.

For the distortion is a bit more complicated, you really have to be patient to find the desired sounds. But once done, it's treat. I recommend a good EQ pedal quickly.

it's been 1 year and potatoes that I have. Unlike the roadster that "sterilize" the sound of digital processing, all the heat lamps are kept.

What I like most is its build quality and range of sound.

What I like least is the panel because of its difficult at first glance.

very good quality / price ratio, I do it again this choice without hesitation.
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  • Manufacturer: SPL
  • Model: Transducer
  • Category: Guitar Cabinet Simulators
  • Added in our database on: 03/08/2007

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