This Season, our Partner Gear 4 Music is providing our Artists with this Radial Workhorse EXTC-500 500 Series Guitar Effects Interface. This will be a great addition to your Musical Room. Underneath the Soundwave Art Canvas, there is a closet that is waiting for this Workhorse EXTC-500 500 Series Guitar Effects Interface.
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Features Connect guitar pedals to the EXTC using the front panel inputs Dedicated blend control for adjusting the wet-dry signal mix Adjust the polarity of the wet signal path and bring it into phase with the dry signal Second unbalanced effects insert via Omniport when used with Workhorse rack Independent send and return level controls for optimising the signal-to-noise Transformer isolated design eliminates hum and buzz caused by ground loops Gold-plated 15-pin card edge with a double-sided design ensures a positive connection to the receptacle for improved mating Military-spec circuit board with double-sided design and a full ground plane that assures the lowest possible noise Full-size through-hole 100 percent discrete electronics for optimal signal transfer Incredibly robust double-layer steel front panel Designed to work with the Radial Workhorse 500 Series rack as well as other 500 Series racks Specifications Audio Circuit Type: Solid State with Transformer Coupled Effects Loop Dynamic Range: Dry: 20Hz – 20kHz ±1.5dB Wet: 20Hz – 10kHz ±3.5dB Gain: 12dB Total Harmonic Distortion: Dry: >0.005 Percent 0dB Output Wet: >0.002 Percent 0dB Output Intermodulation Distortion: <1 Percent @ +4dB Dry: >0.003 Percent 0dB Output Wet: >0.02 Percent 0dB Output Noise: Dry: -93dB Wet: -84dB Maixum Input: Dry: +26dBu Wet: +20dBu Data Compression: 60mA ±16V DC Polarity Reverse: 180°
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