Effects pedal - Tube Amp Doctor, F.A.N.T.A. Speaker Emulator

Tube Amp Doctor (TAD)
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Effects pedal - Tube Amp Doctor, F.A.N.T.A. Speaker Emulator

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The F. A. N. T. A. (Frequency Adapted Natural Tone Accessory, say: 'FANTA') Speaker Emulation is a low impedance, balanced symmetric, transformer coupled output. It gets wired between the speaker output of your amp and the speakers and does not require any power supply or battery. The FANTA provides a 3-pin XLR-Connector for a standard microphone cable to connect to the mixing console, recording system etc.

The signal runs through a sophisticated speaker emulation which features a revolutionary unique quality: The emulation is reacting to your playing style! Clean signals will sound clear and bright with only slight compression but if you play distorted then the emulation will sound smooth, punchy and big bottomed with good compression. Just what you expect from the perfect speaker cabinet. This is what separates the Silencer from common speaker emulators;...the FANTA Emulation will respond to your playing and reacts like a real speaker system. You won't need to mic the amp anymore.

Pure passive design - no battery or AC power adapter needed!

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Tube Amp Doctor (TAD)
Product Measurements by Type
Depth2.36 in.
Impedance600 Ω
Item Height1.34 in.
Item Width4.72 in.
Packaging Information
Packaging Dimensions8 in. × 3.75 in. × 5 in.
Weight (Packaging)0.66 lbs.
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Asked by Anonymous on November 4th, 2015.
November 4th, 2015
Staff Member
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This product features an XLR D.I. output designed to be run into a mixing board or P.A. system. You could run headphones out of your board to hear the amp but not directly from the F.A.N.T.A.

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