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- Peterson VS-R StroboRack – Who doesn’t need super-accurate tuning? Okay, that’s a rhetorical question. Incorporating Peterson’s patented Virtual Strobe Technology into a single-space rack format, the StroboRack is one of the most accurate rack tuners on the market with a staggering precision of just 0.1 cent. Unexcelled accuracy and pro-audio performance separate the StroboRack from the rest of the pack. There’s a large, backlit Virtual Strobe display, plus a total of 24 Peterson “Sweetened” tunings for Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Bass, Dobro, Baritone, Steel Guitar, and Electric Violin. Now honestly, who else offers you all that? Yeah, it’s a rhetorical question.
- Antelope Audio Isochrone 10M – For the OS X user that has everything but a Rubidium Clock, the Isochrone 10M is the new standard of excellence in audio master clocks and clock distribution. It is said to have 4x-6x less jitter and 100x greater stability than than other similar products. 100x – yeah, that’s a lot! Technology, fueled by listening tests, in addition to advanced engineering, now allow all connected devices to achieve new levels of sound quality. Flexible connectivity and ergonomic design provides a simple, straight-forward solution to an otherwise complex task. Based on over 15 years of clocking research, from skilled engineers renowned for their accomplishments in the field.
- Fishman Loudbox Pro Acoustic Amp – The tri-amped, 600-watt, 2-channel Loudbox Pro takes a cue from commercial sound reinforcement systems, with three power amplifiers that deliver cleaner, less distorted sound through the speakers than any other acoustic amplifier in its class. The high-efficiency paper-cone woofer pumps out the bass, the polypropylene midrange driver handles the crucial mid frequencies, and three soft-dome neodymium tweeters top off the treble. The Loudbox Pro features a 12-inch paper-cone woofer driven by a 380-watt power amp, while the 6-inch polypropylene mid driver is pushed by 160 watts and the three 1-inch soft-dome neodymium tweeters also have their own 60-watt amplifier. Each component is housed in its own sealed enclosure and tuned precisely for acoustic stringed instruments.