Radial EXTC 500 Series Reamp / Guitar Effects Interface Module

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September 5, 2020 | Posted in radial | By

Radial EXTC 500 Series Reamp / Guitar Effects Interface Module
Radial EXTC 500 Series Reamp / Guitar Effects Interface Module
Radial EXTC 500 Series Reamp / Guitar Effects Interface Module
Radial EXTC 500 Series Reamp / Guitar Effects Interface Module

Radial EXTC 500 Series Reamp / Guitar Effects Interface Module
For sale is a Mint condition Radial EXTC 500 Series Reamp that we never got round to using and we are now relocating. Open to sensible offers, any question please do not hesitate to ping me. The item “Radial EXTC 500 Series Reamp / Guitar Effects Interface Module” is in sale since Friday, September 4, 2020. This item is in the category “Musical Instruments\Pro Audio Equipment\Signal Processors & Effects”. The seller is “ozkan20″ and is located in London. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Brand: Radial

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Radial PZ-Deluxe Acoustic Instrument Preamp and Direct Box

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August 12, 2020 | Posted in radial | By

Radial PZ-Deluxe Acoustic Instrument Preamp and Direct Box
Radial PZ-Deluxe Acoustic Instrument Preamp and Direct Box
Radial PZ-Deluxe Acoustic Instrument Preamp and Direct Box
Radial PZ-Deluxe Acoustic Instrument Preamp and Direct Box
Radial PZ-Deluxe Acoustic Instrument Preamp and Direct Box

Radial PZ-Deluxe Acoustic Instrument Preamp and Direct Box
Radial PZ-Deluxe Acoustic Instrument Preamp and Direct Box. It incorporates an exquisite 4-band EQ, a handy high-pass filter, and a world class direct box all in a rugged metal housing. In addition to these components, the PZ-Deluxe includes footswitches for boosting and muting/rerouting the output. Designed for Acoustic Instruments A veritable genie when it comes to acoustic preamps, the Radial Tonebone PZ-Deluxe offers a huge level of tone control with a powerful 4-band EQ, additional cleaning with it’s multi-level high-pass filter, and a versatile direct box with ground lift and phase inversion switches. Tuned specifically for acoustic instruments, a PZB booster stage changes the gain structure of the PZ-Deluxe to better suit high-impedance piezo transducers, making this the perfect preamp for violin, upright bass, mandolin, and other acoustic instruments. Footswitch for Boost and Mute/Tuning With a tuner connected, the muting footswitch allows for easy tuning mid-set. Just hit the mute switch to route the signal from the main output to the tuner output. The mute switch can also be used to simply cut the output to avoid popping during instrument changes. A boost switch will provide extra gain to make solos and lead breaks stand out. Durable All-metal Housing Made from ultra-strong 14-gauge steel, the Radial Tonebone PZ-Deluxe was designed to last a lifetime. You won’t need to worry about this preamp falling apart on the job. An extremely durable finish will keep your PZ-Deluxe looking great for years. A powerful preamp designed for acoustic instruments. 4-band semi-parametric EQ to dial in your perfect sound. Mute and boost footswitches. Direct box to feed PAs and mixers. Ground lift on XLR output. You May Also Like. SWAMP PDB-60M Medium Guitar Effect Pedal Board Bridge – 60×30.5cm. Fishman Platinum Stage EQ Analog Preamp. JOYO Ironman JF-331 F. Bass DI Guitar Pedal. MOEN Stack Buffalo Quad Pedal Effects Unit for Guitar. Rowin LEF-317A – Mini Guitar 5-band Graphic Equalizer Pedal. Rowin LEF-317B – Mini Bass Guitar 5-Band Graphic Equalizer EQ Pedal. SWAMP Padded Carry Bag for Medium-Large Guitar Effect Pedal Bridge. SWAMP Medium-Large Guitar Effect Pedal Board Bridge w Padded Carry Bag 60x39cm. SWAMP Pedal Board Hard Flight Case for Medium and Medium Large Boards. Sign Up For Store Newsletter Sign Up. Warehouse / Showroom Address Unit 1, 39 Collie St Fyshwick ACT 2609. The item “Radial PZ-Deluxe Acoustic Instrument Preamp and Direct Box” is in sale since Wednesday, August 5, 2015. This item is in the category “Musical Instruments\Guitars & Basses\Parts & Accessories\Effects Pedals\Other Guitar Effects Pedals”. The seller is “swamp-industries” and is located in Fyshwick, Canberra, ACT. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Brand: Radial
  • Manufacturer Part Number: RA-PZ-DELUXE
  • Model: Pz Deluxe
  • MPN: R800732000

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Radial Engineering EXTC 500 Series guitar effects pedal interface

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July 23, 2020 | Posted in radial | By

Radial Engineering EXTC 500 Series guitar effects pedal interface

Radial Engineering EXTC 500 Series guitar effects pedal interface
The easy way to incorporate guitar effects Guitar effects on vocals, drums, and more? Sure, it’s been done. But not like this. The Radial EXTC guitar effects interface lets you easily incorporate the pedals you want, while maintaining the utmost sound quality. The EXTC makes it happen, opening up creative possibilities while keeping sound quality central, all in the convenient 500 Series format. Balanced interface for guitar effects pedals. Optimized signal path preserves your sound quality. Convenient 500 Series format. Balanced interface for guitar effects pedals With the Radial EXTC, you can easily tap into the wild world of effects pedals at any phase of the recording process, while maintaining the signal quality your professional recording rig demands. Just connect a line-level audio signal, then let the EXTC work its magic. The EXTC will convert to a hi-Z signal, so you can patch in any stompboxes you want via 1/4 send and receive connectors on the front panel. Send and Receive knobs are there for setting levels, while a blend control lets you attain just the right amount of the effect. Optimized signal path preserves your sound quality Radial built the EXTC with signal integrity chiefly in mind, opening up the doors to creative stompbox use beyond just lo-fi applications. The EXTC includes Radial’s award-winning, fully discrete Class A guitar buffering as well as transformer isolation to eliminate ground loop buzz and hum. There’s also a 180º polarity reverse to keep your effects and balanced signals in phase. Convenient 500 Series format Canada-based Radial Engineering has embraced the 500 Series format, contributing a range of excellent-sounding (and exceptionally made) tonal tools and sonic options to the popular modular format. The EXTC is another fine example of Radial at its best, ready to go in any 500 Series compatible rack. Balanced guitar effects interface. 500 Series modular format. Front-panel 1/4 send and receive jacks. Knobs for Send and Receive level. 180º polarity reverse switch. Fully discrete Class A guitar buffering. Transformer isolation to eliminate ground loop hum. Since 1993, we have been committed to equipping our customers with the very best gear, advice, and personal service anywhere. We believe that great sound can be achieved at any budget. We also believe that the ambitions of our customers should always come first. And over the years, those beliefs have turned customers into friends and family. Whether you’re just starting out, or a seasoned pro, we’re here for you, no matter where your audio travels may take you. Analog Outboard Gear – 1 Year. Microphones – 1 Year (excluding capsules, tubes, and ribbon elements). Speakers – 1 Year (excluding drivers). Digital Outboard Gear – 30 Days. Note: Software is not returnable or refundable. What Are “Demo Deal” or “B-Stock” Products? Our Demo Deals and B-Stock products offer a unique opportunity to save big on near-mint condition, fully warrantied gear. These items have been opened for demonstration purposes and put back in the box without extended use. All original factory accessories and packaging are included. The item “Radial Engineering EXTC 500 Series guitar effects pedal interface” is in sale since Thursday, June 21, 2018. This item is in the category “Musical Instruments & Gear\Pro Audio Equipment\Signal Processors/Rack Effects”. The seller is “vintagekingaudio” and is located in Ferndale, Michigan. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • MPN: R700 0132
  • Brand: Radial Engineering
  • UPC: 714497642505

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Radial Engineering EXTC-SA Guitar Effects Interface & Reamp Box

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November 23, 2019 | Posted in radial | By

Radial Engineering EXTC-SA Guitar Effects Interface & Reamp Box

Radial Engineering EXTC-SA Guitar Effects Interface & Reamp Box
The EXTC-SA is a unique interface for connecting guitar pedals to the inputs and outputs of pro audio equipment such as recording interfaces or mixing consoles, allowing you to incorporate your pedals in new and creative ways. The EXTC allows you to get creative with your effects pedals, using them in your mix on any recorded track. Add a touch of distortion or chorus to a lead vocal, flange on a violin, or fuzz on piano – the possibilities are endless. The EXTC takes the line level balanced output of your recording interface and converts it so an instrument level high-Z output optimized for guitar effects pedals, so you can Reamp any track through your pedalboard with ease. Once you’ve run the signal through your pedals, connect the output back into the EXTC and it will boost it up to a balanced line level so you can connect directly to the input of your recording interface. The EXTC features Radial’s class-A buffer for the best audio quality and transformer isolation to eliminate any buzz or hum – so you can focus your attention on using your pedals in new and exciting applications. Balanced interface for guitar effects pedals. Separate send & receive controls optimize signal path. Transformer isolation helps eliminate ground loops. Creative tool helps your mix stand out from the rest. The item “Radial Engineering EXTC-SA Guitar Effects Interface & Reamp Box” is in sale since Thursday, March 21, 2019. This item is in the category “Musical Instruments & Gear\Pro Audio Equipment\Other Pro Audio Equipment”. The seller is “visionguitar” and is located in San Jose, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Brand: Radial
  • MPN: EXT-SA

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Radial Engineering EXTC-SA REAMP & Guitar Effects Interface

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June 14, 2019 | Posted in radial | By

Radial Engineering EXTC-SA REAMP & Guitar Effects Interface

Radial Engineering EXTC-SA REAMP & Guitar Effects Interface
Radial Engineering EXTC-SA REAMP & Guitar Effects Interface. The Radial EXTC-SA is a stand-alone audio interface that lets you incorporate guitar effects into the realm of pro-audio recording. Just imagine add a touch of grit to a vocal track, some wah on a kick drum, maybe flange a violinThe EXTC is a creative tool made for your esoteric-inventive side, ready to unleash fresh new sounds that will make your recordings stand out from the crowd. And it’s super easy to use: connect a line level signal from the recording system. The EXTC-SA unbalances the signal and converts it to high impedance where guitar pedals can be inserted at will. Simply plug in, turn the track on, set your levels and adjust the blend for just the right amount of magic. Be prepared for instant amazement. Features include Radial’s award winning 100% discrete class-A guitar buffering for ultimate audio integrity, transformer isolation to eliminate buzz and hum caused by ground loops, 180º polarity reverse to keep effects and balanced signals in phase, and two loops that can let you compare signal paths or combine them to create your magical masterpiece. The Radial EXTC-SA is without a doubt one of the most innovative effect manipulating devices ever made. And it opens the door to new sounds by taking Reamping technology to an all new level. Be prepared for wild & wonderful! Balanced interface for guitar effects pedals. Separate send & receive controls optimize signal path. Transformer isolation helps eliminate ground loops. Creative tool helps your mix stand out from the rest. With more and more recordings being processed’in the box’ so many tracks are beginning to sound like they come from the same digital library. And for some, the’box set of plug-ins’ limits creative options. These innovators are constantly looking at the tools in their cupboards, thinking of ways to come up with new ideas or a new approach. They want their recordings to stand out from the crowd. This is what the EXTC-SA is all about. Creativity experimentation expanding boundaries. The EXTC-SA takes an old idea of incorporating guitar effects pedals into the recording world and makes it easy. It is basically an extension of a process called Reamping where you take a pre-recorded track, send it to a series of pedals, turn knobs, and send the processed sound back to the recorder. It is organic, analogue and most of all, fun. Laying Out the Design. The fundamental concept behind the EXTC-SA is fairly simple: take a professional +4dB balanced signal, unbalance it and then convert it to a guitar level output so that it will not overload the sensitive input circuit of a guitar pedal. After the guitar pedals process the signal, send the signal back into the EXTC-SA, amplify it to a professional +4dB signal and balance it to make it compatible with professional recording equipment. Because engineers are an unruly type, we figured that they will likely want to mess with signal levels to cause mayhem and destruction. To help make this easy, we introduced separate send and receive controls that could be adjusted as needed. To suit the record company executive, we then added a blend control that would enable the engineer to dial in as much of the mayhem as he can get away with. Think of it as balancing good and bad in the analogue world. Easier Said than Done. Anyone that has played with guitar pedals knows that these are generally band limited and noisy. And when you try to interface these high impedance devices to balanced line level signals, buzz and hum seem to find their way into everything. To minimize the problem, we equipped the EXTC-SA with transformer isolation to help eliminate troublesome ground loops. But ground loops are not the only concern. When you boost a low level guitar signal up to a balanced line level signal you are basically creating a preamplifier. And we know all too well how painfully fussy guitarists can be about buffers and their tone, so we made sure the EXTC-SA was made from 100% discrete, full size parts and employed class-A buffers and made it as quiet as possible. The next problem came when addressing wet and dry signals. In the world of professional audio, keeping everything in phase is normal. Not so with guitar pedals. Because the guitar signal is usually’mono’, the pedal designer does not have to concern himself with the signal polarity. But as soon as you mix wet with dry, you have to come to terms with the likelihood of phase cancellation. We added a 180º polarity reverse to solve the problem. With a push of a switch, you can compare. Bending down to adjust pedals in no fun. In the studio it is all about quick changes making decisions and dialing up spectacular to sublime. And today, we work using desktop computers, desktop mixers, connected to desktop monitors. This is why we put the ¼ send & receive jacks right on the front panel. You grab some cables, connect, adjust and create. No fussing around on the floor or reaching behind a rack. Your effects can be right on the desktop for easy adjustments. EXTC-SA Using & Applications. Overview The Radial EXTC-SA is a professional audio interface that takes a balanced line level signal and converts it to an unbalanced guitar-level effects loop and then re-converts it back to a balanced line level for processing. It is designed to be used with both traditional API style 500 series Lunchbox frames and the more advanced Radial Workhorse. This quick reference guide assumes you are familiar with 500 series modules and racks. Complete details on using the EXTC-SA and making connections to and from your 500 series rack can be found in the manual. Making Connections As with all audio equipment, always turn levels down and/or turn equipment off before making connections. This will help avoid turn-on transients that could damage speakers or more sensitive audio equipment. Plug the EXTC-SA into the Workhorse or 500 series rack. There is no power switch on the EXTC-SA. It will automatically turn on as soon as it is plugged in. 500 racks are usually equipped with a balanced XLR-female input to connect from your recorder and a balanced XLR-male output to send back to the recording system. If you have a Workhorse, the rear panel ¼ jacks can be used. To connect your pedals, simply plug the ¼ send to your pedal chain and the output of the pedal chain back to the EXTC-SA receive input using standard Hi-Z guitar cables. We suggest you start with one pedal first before using acomplete chain as this will make it easier to trouble shoot when first setting up the EXTC-SA in your system. Checking the Signal Path Begin by setting the send and receive controls to 12 o’clock and the blend control all the way clockwise to the 5 o’clock wet position. Turn on the effects and play the desired track. You should be able to monitor the return path in your recording system and hear the effect. Separate send & receive controls makes it easy to adjust the levels to suit. Now, try varying the blend control by rotating it counter-clockwise towards the dry setting to hear how the effect mixes in with the original track. If you notice that the signal is’thinning out’ when you are adjusting the mix, the wet and dry signals may be out of phase with each other, thus causing cancellation. Try depressing the 180º polarity reverse to fix the problem. Adding a Second Loop If you have a Workhorse, you can use the Omniport to add a second effects loop in series after the front panel pedal chain. This is ideally suited for studio effects or to wire to a studio patchbay. The Workhorse TRS jack is wired tip-send, ring-receive following convention. To turn on, depress the insert-on switch on the front panel. Listing and template services provided by inkFrog. The item “Radial Engineering EXTC-SA REAMP & Guitar Effects Interface” is in sale since Wednesday, November 16, 2016. This item is in the category “Musical Instruments & Gear\Pro Audio Equipment\Signal Processors/Rack Effects”. The seller is “lunchboxaudio” and is located in Seattle, Washington. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Brand: Radial Engineering
  • MPN: R800 1420
  • Model: EXTC-SA
  • UPC: 676101040407

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