●Simple & Efficient Impulse Response Loading tool for simulating all kinds of Speaker Cabinets.
●11 on-board Classic Guitar/Bass Cabinet Simulations with Volume Control.
●Super easy way (Drag and Drop operation) for Managing IR Files (recognized as a USB Disk).
●XLR Balanced Output for plugging into Mixer or Audio Interface or PA System.
●Working with 9V Center Negative Regular Pedal Power Supply(not included).
Specifications: Power: DC 9V 5.5 x 2.1mm center negative, 200mA Dimensions: 93.5mm ( D ) x 42mm ( W ) x 52mm ( H ) Weight: 270g IR Processing:24bit, 44.1kHz, 1024 points Signal to noise ratio:100dB Frequency Range:20Hz~20kHz
Description: SONIC IR is a simple and efficient cabinet simulator delivering 11 selected classic guitar/bass cabinet models. You can load your own IR files. Two outputs jacks are suitable for different usage scenarios.
Connect to computer to import your IR files. The Sonic
IR will be recognized as a USB disk when connected.
To import an IR file:
1.Drag and drop an IR file into the USB disk. The IR file should be a 24-bit, 44.1kHz mono wav file ONLY. File name should start with a location number ranging from 01-11 (e.g. “06 My IR 4x12” is a correct name; the “06” indicates the location the file will be saved).
2.Delete the original file with the same location number.
3.Delete the “FILELIST” file in the USB disk.
4.Eject and restart the unit.
If there is no file at one location, when you switch to that location, you will hear a bypassed sound.
If you want to keep the factory IR files, remember to BACKUP THEM FIRST.
Fender® Champ* 1x8" cabinet
VOX® AC30* 2x12" cabinet
Fender® ‘65 Twin Reverb* 2x12" cabinet
UK 2550 2x12
Marshall® 2550* 2x12" cabinet
Fender® ‘59 Bassman* 4x10" cabinet
Orange® PPC412* 4x12" cabinet
UK 1960 4x12
Marshall® 1960AV* 4x12" cabinet
Peavey® 6505* 4x12" cabinet
Mesa/Boogie® Rectifier* 4x12" cabinet
M Bass 2x10
Mark Bass®* 2x10" bass cabinet
A Bass 8x10
Ampeg® SVT-810F* 8x10" bass cabinet
*The manufacturers and product names mentioned above are trademarks or
registered trademarks of their respective owners. The trademarks were used
merely to identify the sound character of the products.