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Artec SE-SWB Unbuffered Switch Box
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Pedal/Controller from Artec belonging to the Black Air series

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  • KamakazuuKamakazuu

    simple and effective

    Artec SE-SWB Unbuffered Switch BoxPublished on 06/22/11 at 06:16
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    An extremely simple AB Box, who eats no battery (except to light a green or red LED).
    I use to route a signal to trigger battery, or to route a signal from the microphone. Nothing to say, it works impeccable, the case is solid (metal) and interuptor seems strong.
    The box is smaller than the AB100 from behringer, and is much stronger.

    For the price, that the fact bluntly.

    9 / 10 because from time to time, it was a little "click".
  • tremontitremonti

    Artec SE-SWB Unbuffered Switch BoxPublished on 05/19/10 at 11:19
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This A / B box allows you to plug 2 guitars choice of 1 amp, 1 guitar amp 2, looping pedals and your own (but then frankly I do not dare) to connect an amp head on two different speakers or 2 heads on a cabinet (yes I swear it's in black and white in the manual but it is unclear if it's just for the heads transistor or if it also works for the head tube and as I have no desire to gun down my own, I will not check, I'll wait a suicide bomber to do it for me ...).
    Know that there is a true bypass and power supply (battery or mains) is only used for the LED (red = A, B = green) so you can completely do without one if you do not want visual index.
    I bought a first pedal to see the workmanship…
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    This A / B box allows you to plug 2 guitars choice of 1 amp, 1 guitar amp 2, looping pedals and your own (but then frankly I do not dare) to connect an amp head on two different speakers or 2 heads on a cabinet (yes I swear it's in black and white in the manual but it is unclear if it's just for the heads transistor or if it also works for the head tube and as I have no desire to gun down my own, I will not check, I'll wait a suicide bomber to do it for me ...).
    Know that there is a true bypass and power supply (battery or mains) is only used for the LED (red = A, B = green) so you can completely do without one if you do not want visual index.
    I bought a first pedal to see the workmanship and quality as she seemed quite well built and durable, I bought a second to be able to have 2 inputs and 2 outputs on my pedalboard.
    I do not regret my purchase, my sound has been no change or loss, the pedals perfectly fulfill their role and enable me to gain sonic possibilities for a low price my faith.
    I use this A / B box for 6 months now and nothing to say, it works perfectly.
    On the leaflet it says that at very high volume of sound is a bit out on the amp "bypassed" but if so we should not listen because the amp is used to " very high volume "; me anyway until then I never noticed anything like that.
    In conclusion, the price / quality ratio is excellent, I would put a 10.
    I had the idea, eventually, to possibly buy an A / B box is more expensive but this one suits me perfectly, 6 months later everything works like new and confirms the impression of a job well done from the mark. I put a 10/10 because I think it's a no-fault for my use, can be a professional would find her there limits but I must admit that it suits me perfectly and if I lose, well I would buy this model and rather than 2 times!
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  • tioneb79tioneb79

    True bypass? I think not ...

    Artec SE-SWB Unbuffered Switch BoxPublished on 10/11/10 at 01:25
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    test on a Vox AC15C1 when on channel A, you always hear the channel B and vice versa ... and even reasonable volume. Referred illico ...





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