Two Notes Torpedo Captor 16 - compact loadbox and amp DI
You love the sound of your amplifier pushed right to the magic sweet spot where the best tones are. Until now, the only available option was blasting your sound through a 4×12″ to properly excite a microphone. Enter Torpedo, the simplest and most realistic way to get your sound to your audience. Use the amp you love!
Everything that makes a real amp rule over all the other alternatives is retained. You can even record silently late at night. Gone is the backache from the loadout, complaints from neighbours, venue staff or even bandmates and the frustration of not being able to sound at one’s best trying to reduce the volume.
Torpedo Captor was designed to cover the needs of direct recording or miking any kind of guitar or bass amp, in a live or studio situation.
Input impedance: 16 Ohms
Admissible power: 100W RMS
Cooled by fan, thermal security: the amp and musician work in security.
Input / Output
Speaker Input: 1/4″ Jack unbalanced (TS, Tip/Sleeve)
Speaker Att: 1/4″ Jack unbalanced (TS) – Attenuation: -20dB.
Speaker Thru: 1/4″ Jack unbalanced (TS) – Directly connected to Speaker Input. Disconnects the loadbox when used.
Line Output: 1/4″ Jack balanced (TRS) – Impedance: approx 1 kOhms – Without speaker simulation
DI Output: XLR balanced – Impedance: 600 Ohms – With or without speaker simulation
Guitar or Bass, analog, based on acclaimed Torpedo virtual cabinets
Power is required only for the XLR DI output and speaker simulation.
Phantom power or DC jack, 2.1×5.5mm, negative center.
Current : 5mA
Dimensions & weight
175 x 126 x 62 mm