SPL expands its "Power Soak” product line for guitar players with the Reducer, a passive power attenuator for guitar amps.
It reduces the power output of the guitar amp. This means that all sorts of amps, especially tube amps, can now be overdriven without the need of having to be too loud.
The Reducer, developed by SPL and German amp specialist Tonehunter, is placed between the guitar amp and the speaker. At this stage, it converts the amp's electric power into heat. Power reduction with resistors requires no additional power supply.
The amp output impedance can be set to 4, 8 or 16 Ohm. Reduction is stepwise in the first stages, but it can then be adjusted continuously.
The MSRP of the Reducer is USD449 (276.39 euros) ex. VAT.
For more information visit spl.info.
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