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  • arnosoloarnosolo

    Effective loadbox

    TAD (Tube Amp Doctor) SilencerPublished on 06/17/14 at 10:52
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Attenuator effective enough to push the amp a little, but totally useless for playing volume "apartment", as long as your amp is natively an effective master.
    However, I used loadbox coupled to a speaker modeling (convolution), and there is a treat level. Note, however, energy is tranformée heat and discharged via a rather noisy fan when you really push the master amp.
    In the end, effective loadbox which is the main that I am probably a bit expensive nevertheless use.
  • Black Bear StudioBlack Bear Studio

    TAD (Tube Amp Doctor) SilencerPublished on 03/11/09 at 02:49
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    TAD Silencer ™ Power Attenuator RS

    It is a power attenuator with cable between the amp head or combo, or the speakers.

    This is what the beast moved
    Natural Tone Technology, clear high end responces
    Available as 2, 4, 8 or 16 Ohm version
    Attenuating 2db 2db steps from-16dB to-
    "Fine"-Control from-16dB
    2-step BITE and PUNCH Boost-Switch
    "LOAD" position for use Without Speaker
    150 Watt RMS (2 Ohm version: 75 Watt), With Control PEAK
    Adjustable Line-Out
    FANTA-Out Speaker-Emulation, low Z, symmetric
    Classic Amp-Cabinet Design with Tolex or Tweed ™

    Really works!
    I took it into 8 ohms for my Soldano Avenger 100 watt settings with punch dick and really found his......
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    TAD Silencer ™ Power Attenuator RS

    It is a power attenuator with cable between the amp head or combo, or the speakers.

    This is what the beast moved
    Natural Tone Technology, clear high end responces
    Available as 2, 4, 8 or 16 Ohm version
    Attenuating 2db 2db steps from-16dB to-
    "Fine"-Control from-16dB
    2-step BITE and PUNCH Boost-Switch
    "LOAD" position for use Without Speaker
    150 Watt RMS (2 Ohm version: 75 Watt), With Control PEAK
    Adjustable Line-Out
    FANTA-Out Speaker-Emulation, low Z, symmetric
    Classic Amp-Cabinet Design with Tolex or Tweed ™

    Really works!
    I took it into 8 ohms for my Soldano Avenger 100 watt settings with punch dick and really found his head directly into the baffle but with 2 to 16 dB less!
    What is really handy knowing that a 100 watt head (even with a master like the Soldano effective) really does its juice to a volume set at noon.
    I use it for live and repeat very useful for not killing the eardrums while keeping the "big sound that kills"
    The Speaker-emulator is fairly accurate but I find that lack of momentum in attack ... it can help to model and replace a pod while keeping his true "tube"!

    Super easy to use as far as one uses the same impedance to the head, the silence and the speaker is no danger of breaking your favorite amp (a little fan starts to cool the engine when "shot")!
    The manual is very well done.

    Very Good!

    Good product.
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