This Season, our Partner Gear 4 Music is providing our Artists with this Radial Reamp JCR Studio Reamper. This will be a great addition to your Musical Room. Underneath the Soundwave Art Canvas, there is a closet that is waiting for this Reamp JCR Studio Reamper.
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Radials Signature Build-Quality With Radials instantly-recognizable book-end design crafted from 14-gauge steel the Reamp JCR boasts incredible durability with an intelligent I-beam enclosure. The devices unique housing doesnt just offer unparalleled strength against the demanding conditions of daily studio and road use it also provides exceptional shielding from electromagnetic interference. The thick steel shell absorbs/reflects electromagnetic energy keeping it at bay and preventing conflict with your signal for a clean and transparent sound. The enclosure also features internal welding this keeps the military-spec PCB safe along with all of the premium-grade components. This dedication to creating high-performance devices with outstanding strength and reliability is why so many Radial products have found their home in studios and on stages all over the world. Original Made in the USA Transformer And Circuitry The was originally born in 1993 as a prototype created by John Cuniberti and found success with the formal production model from 1994 onwards. The original Reamp box utilised a custom-wound Made in the USA transformer with high-performance circuitry. This same technical design can be found in Radials Reamp JCR – world-class components combined legendary functionality. Expanded Creative Options Reamping has long been an important practice in the world of recording – since the first days of recording in fact. Originally used by pioneers of the Musique Concrete movement as far back as 1913 sounds would be recorded re-played in a live scenario using noise machines and then re-captured using master disc cutters. Over the past century this process has been used and refined in order to achieve outstanding and unique sonic results in all kinds of applications. The Reamp JCR builds on this concept and holds an entire universe of reamping capabilities in a compact and incredibly durable little box. This powerful device gives you the ability to record tracks and worry about the production decisions and sonic performance at a later time. Separate XLR and 1/4 TRS inputs make it adaptable to almost any recording system whilst the unbalanced 1/4 output is instrument-level. The JCR handles the signal conversion from balanced to unbalanced for you so all you have to do is plug your recording systems output into the box and plug the box into your amplifier. A handy level control gives you the freedom to adjust the level of the signal going to your amp whilst a 3-position switch gives you access to a low-pass filter high-pass filter and a flat linear response. Controlling the box is quick and easy and it gives you the freedom to achieve the tones you desire. It is perfect for guitars bass and keyboard recordings but there is absolutely nothing stopping you from reamping any sound you want to. Features 100 percent passive circuitry with an easy to use plug-and-play design Utilises John Cunibertis original custom-wound Made in the USA transformer and circuitry Same sonic characteristics and world-class performance as the 1993 original Transformer-based design enables you to hit the transfoerm with more level whilst naturally rounding out the tone Provides digital signals with a much more vintage feel Smooth overall sound with 100 percent isolation Separate XLR and 1/4 TRS inputs allow for simple adaptability to most recording systems Transformer-isolated 1/4 unbalanced instrument-level output for connecting to your amplifier without hum or buzz from ground loops Variable output level control provides intuitive adjustment of the signal level going to your amplifier 3-position filter switch enables you to tame the highs of overly-bright amps warm low frequencies and remove mud or bypass the filter completely for a linear response On-board mute function shuts off the signal from the 1/4 output – perfect for when youre moving microphones around in the room Flip the polarity of your signal at the output to compensate for amplifiers or effects that invert your signal phase Introduce pedals and effects processors into your signal chain between the JCR and your amplifier 14-gauge steel chassis and outer shell with Radials unique book-end design provides exceptional electromagnetic shielding Protective zone around the connectors switches and potentiometers for tremedous durability Baked enamel finish ensures your Reamp JCR looks great for years to come Specifications Audio Circuit Type: Passive transformer-isolated Frequency Response: 20Hz – 20kHz (+0dB/-1dB) Dynamic Range: 140dB Total Harmonic Distortion: 0.001 percent at 1kHz/0dBu input Intermodulation Distortion: 0.0025 percent at 1kHz/-10dB input Phase Deviation: 2° at 100Hz 0° at 800Hz Input Impedance: 1800 Ohms Output Impedance: 4.8k Ohms Common Mode Rejection Ratio: -55dB at 55Hz Noise: -115dBu Maximum Input: +26dBu Input Connectors: 1/4 TRS XLR Output Connectors: 1/4 unbalanced Construction: 14-gauge steel chassis and outer shell Power: Passive no power required Conditions: For use in dry locations only between 5°C and 40°C Dimensions (L x W x D): 84mm x 127mm x 48mm / 3.3 x 5 x 2 Weight: 600g / 1.32lbs
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