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T-Rex Releases New SpinDoctor Pre-Amp

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Tube Guitar Preamp from T-Rex Engineering

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T-Rex released its new, modified SpinDoctor pre-amp.


The SpinDoctor’s tonality has been modified and the tone regulation is now different, which gives the SpinDoctor an over all vintage tone, according to the manufacturer. The price has been lowered at 599 US$ MAP. SpinDoctor has 4 programmable channels, a set of tone controls, motorised knobs and tube-driven tone.

Specifications:

  • Input Impedance @ 1KHz: 306 Kohm
  • Output Impedance @ 1KHz: 522 Ohm
  • Simulator Impedance @ 1KHz: 111 Ohm
  • Power supply: 12V DC
  • Minimum Power supply Voltage: 11,8V DC
  • Maximum Power supply Voltage: 12,2V DC
  • Current Draw @ 12V DC: 1,5A
  • Maximum input signal Vp/p: 2Vp/p.
  • External connectors: Input Jack, Output Jack Simulator, 12V DC Jack, Midi (5pole Din)
  • Controls: Switch A, Switch B, Switch C, Switch D, Level, Drive Tone, Sim Level,
    Sim Frequency
  • Depth: 190mm; Width: 250mm; Height: 65mm
  • Weight with Power supply: 2,8Kg


For more info, check out T-Rex at http://www.t-rex-engineering.com.
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