The Torpedo Captor is an easy to use reactive loadbox to either play silently or attenuate the level of your beloved amp.
The Captor also makes recordings easier thanks to the DI output that can send your amp signal to your audio interface.
With the provided cabinets for Wall Of Sound you can then recreate the perfect cabinet and microphone combination in your DAW.
On stage, you can send your amp signal straight to the desk thanks to the speaker simulation derived from the Preamp series.
The analog speaker simulation has 2 voicing : guitar and bass.
With the 20dB attenuation you can keep your cabinet on stage and take advantage of your speaker as your monitor.
It comes with 16 virtual cabinets and 8 virtual microphones for the Wall Of Sound plugin.
Input impedance: 4, 8 or 16 Ohms
Admissible power: 100W RMS (see this article if your amplifier is more powerful)
Fan powered by the amp: the phantom or external power supply is not needed.
Input / Output
Speaker Input: 1/4″ Jack unbalanced (TS, Tip/Sleeve)
Speaker Att: 1/4″ Jack unbalanced (TS) (Attenuation: -20dB)
Speaker Thru: 1/4″ Jack unbalanced (TS) – Directly connected to Speaker Input. The loadbox is disconnected when a jack is inserted in this Thru output
Line Output: 1/4″ Jack balanced (TRS)
DI Output: XLR balanced
Analogue speaker simulation
Guitar : based on Brit VintC (4×12) - Dyn57
Bass : based on Fridge (8×10) / Alu XL (4×10) - Cnd87
Power is required only for the XLR DI output and speaker simulation.
Phantom power or DC jack, 2.1×5.5mm, negative center.
Voltage : 9 to 24V DC
Current : 5mA
Dimensions & weight
Width x Depth x Height: 175 x 126 x 62 mm
Weight : 1 kg
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