How do you set up a torpedo captor? First, insert the Torpedo Captor between the amp and speaker cabinet. Then, connect the DI output to the mixing console, turn on the 48V phantom power on
How do you set up a torpedo captor?
First, insert the Torpedo Captor between the amp and speaker cabinet. Then, connect the DI output to the mixing console, turn on the 48V phantom power on the mixing console, and select either the GTR or BASS setting of the SPKR SIM switch. That’s all, your amp is miked !
How do you use a torpedo cab M?
To use the Torpedo C.A.B. M as an amp DI, place it after the power amp section of your amp by connecting the speaker output of your amp to the Amp Input of the C.A.B. M, and connecting your cabinet to the Speaker Output of the pedal.
Does torpedo captor need power?
The Torpedo Captor is a passive attenuator and does not require a power supply when used solely as an attenuator. It features a simple, non-adjustable attenuated output (ATT). A power supply (or phantom power) is only required when using the XLR DI output.
How does Suhr reactive load work?
The Reactive Load takes the place of your speaker cabinet in your signal chain. It provides an 8Ω load for your tube amplifier (maximum 100 watts), and produces a balanced and unbalanced signal that interfaces with recording devices, effects, and power amplifiers.
What does a load box do?
Typically, load boxes are used to create a line- or mic-level signal that can then be sent to a preamp or mixer for recording or live sound amplification without need for a mic or unnecessary volume.
How do I update my torpedo cab M?
Upgrade to Torpedo C.A.B. M+
- Install the latest version of Torpedo Remote (5.3.0)
- Connect your Torpedo C.A.B.
- You will then have a warning about your current presets being changed in terms of sound.
- you will have one final confirmation message, to confirm you wish to do the upgrade, then the upgrade will start.
Can you use headphones with torpedo captor?
The Torpedo Captor X and Captor allows you to play your tube amp silently. The Captor X has a headphones output, while the Captor needs to be plugged to a mixing desk or an audio interface to be played through headphones.
What does a reactive load do?
A reactive/inductive load converts current into a magnetic field. It resists the change to voltage, causing the circuit current to lead voltage. Examples of devices producing reactive/inductive loads include motors, transformers and chokes. Reactive/capacitive load charges and releases energy.
What does a reactive load box do?
What is a dummy load box?
An external box that connects to a guitar amplifier and that provides a dummy load. Most dummy loads offer a speaker-level input and a line-level output for connecting to a live or studio console, or for feeding an effects device for creating a wet/dry rig for amps without an effects loop or preamp output.