TWO NOTES TORPEDO CAPTOR X
FOR TUPE AMP LOVERS Available in 8 and 16 Ohms
A premium, compact reactive load box and more
Playing your tube amp in a great sounding room, with an exceptional choice of perfectly matched speaker cabinets and microphones, is really joyful and an experience like no other. The Torpedo Captor X is for tube amp lovers who crave this every time they play - no matter the environment.
THE COMPACT SOLUTION TO YOUR AMP BEING TOO LOUD
Play your amp at its sweet spot and control your volume with the attenuator. The digital load box also allows you to enjoy your 100 watt rig in silence via headphones. Just plug and play.
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EFFORTLESSLY CONTROL THE MIKING CHAIN
TWO XLR OUTPUTS – THREE POSSIBILITIES
Enjoy the stereo experience when you play at home, but in a live situation or in a studio, you might want to route the outputs differently. Enable Dual Mono routing and send different signals to your FOH and monitors.
Do you want to change the tone after recording your killer riff? Enable dry / wet routing to send both your cabin signal and the dry amplifier signal independently to your audio interface.
ENHANCE YOUR TONE
Torpedo Captor X brings studio quality processing to the Torpedo Captor family, which includes a Twin Tracker, Stereo Reverb, Enhancer and Voicing.
Voicing is a fast tone control that allows you to change the overall sound of all your presets at once. You may need to make a quick solution to adapt your sound to the place you are playing or the session you are recording. Mark to the left to emphasize the medium frequencies and cut better through the mix and mark to the right for a wider and more modern tone.
GET RIG READY FOR SUMMER
Torpedo Captor X is a compact reactive load box, tube amp attenuator, miked cab simulator, IR loader and stereo expander for home, live and studio use.
2- Control the level of the headphone and XLR DI outputs.
3- Adjust your global tone depending on tube amp choice and playing environment.
4- Add room space to widen the stereo effect on the headphone and XLR DI outputs.
5- Ensure the vent is kept clear.
6- Plug your headphones here.
7- Set the input level to avoid clipping of the signal.
8- Instantly switch between your favorite presets.