[NAMM] TC Electronic introduces Ditto X2
TC Electronic will debut at NAMM 2014 a new version of its Ditto looper, which includes features requested by Ditto users.
The Ditto X2 is bigger than the first version of the stompbox and now features two footswitches: the first for Stop/Clear and the second for the two Reversed Loop and Half Speed effects.
Also new, the internal memory allows for importing and exporting via USB the loops to and from a computer. The looping time is still 5 minutes.
Last, you’ll find on this version stereo input and output.
The Ditto X2 retains from the first edition the true bypass, the analog circuit and the 24-bit uncompressed audio quality. Overdub and unlimited undo/redo are still on board.
The TC Electronic Ditto X2 looper will be available in February for the suggested retail price of 169€ / $179.99 / £145. Visit www.tcelectronic.com/ditto-x2-looper/ for further details.
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