I got my PS100 today and did a quick test comparing the load to a Suhr Reactive Load. They were somewhat similar but I definitely preferred the Suhr. It sounded clearer and less muddied versus the PS. All variables were the same (Wizard MTL - load box - Logic Pro - IR loader). I simply swapped...
Because theoretically the load provided by an actual speaker cabinet would be more accurate than that of a loadbox, no? That’s why I was asking if the internal load of the PS is disconnected on the line out if using a connected cab with the volume down.
Can’t you leave the speaker cable connected to both the PS-100 and the cabinet and just turn the volume down all the way on the PS for silent (or at least quiet) recording? PS-100 line out to DAW with IR loader.
Anyone else find the line out of the PS2 extremely hot? I’m overloading my interface and need to pad it down significantly at the input. The PS2 does not have a line out level adjustment which would be convenient so doing it at my A/D input is the only option I guess. My Suhr Reactive Load also...
I just bought the DeLisle 8x8 Deluxe. I was surprised that it did not come with a power supply, but does require one. It will be a few days before I can get one and start using it.
Was wondering how these amp switchers deal with different speaker ohms? For example, I have a couple cabs that are 16 ohm and one that is 8 ohm. Also, I have a Suhr Reactive Load which is 8 ohm which I would like to incorporate. Would it be safe to switch a head between cabs with different ohms?
Is this thread for real? What exactly is "shady" about it? You accepted the offer so he can now do as he pleases. Besides, anyone can ask any price they want for something, but until you have a willing buyer with cash in hand, it hasn't actually sold. Move along. Just be happy that you...
Where? My google skills must suck because I've searched and can't find any. Musicians Friend doesn't look like they carry them anymore.
I just picked up a used Marshall 1960AV cab that did not come with casters. Can anyone recommend replacement ones that don't require extra drilling? I just want the standard screw-in wheels that typically come with Marshall cabs. Thanks.