Fishman Aura Spectrum DI Imaging Pedal with D.I.

Acoustic Imaging Pedal with 128 images, Pro-quality DI, EQ, Compressor, and Tuner
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An Acoustic Musician's Tonal Solution!

Fishman Aura Spectrum DI is the complete tone solution for the acoustic musician! It features award-winning Aura Acoustic Imaging technology that restores a studio-miked sound to your undersaddle or soundhole pickup. Housed in a pro quality all-metal case, Aura Spectrum DI features a 3-band EQ, one-knob compressor, automatic feedback suppression with up to three notches, chromatic tuner, effects loop, plus a high-quality balanced XLR DI. The included Aura Image Gallery software provides access to an ever-expanding list of instruments (guitar, dobro, violin, mandolin,) recorded with world-class studio mics and techniques. Aura Spectrum DI is an incredibly versatile means of delivering the most realistic acoustic sound available for stage or studio.

Fishman Aura Spectrum DI Features:
  • Aura Acoustic Imaging: 128 images for multiple instruments
  • 16 user-configurable locations
  • USB and software for uploading Images from the Aura gallery
  • Pro-quality instrument preamp with balanced XLR DI out and automatic DI ground lift
  • 3-Band EQ, one knob compressor, chromatic tuner w/ bypass/mute
  • Automatic anti-feedback with up to three notches
  • Feedback-fighting phase switch

Additional Media

Aura Spectrum DI User Manual

Tech Specs

Pedal Type Acoustic Multi-FX
Inputs 1 x Instrument
Outputs 1 x 1/4", 1 x XLR
Batteries 1 x 9V
Height 2.1"
Width 5.6"
Depth 5.25"
Weight 1.7 lbs.
Power Supply Included No
Manufacturer Part Number PRO-AUR-SPC

Customer Reviews

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We've struggled for years producing a quality acoustic guitar sound in the house. This has singlehandedly taken care of the issue and given our guitar players a tuner on board their DI!
Music background: DMA

Fishman Aura Spectrum

I bought the Aura Spectrum DI to use on nylon string guitars. There are not a lot of settings for nylon, but enough to make it sound the way I want it to. As others have stated, it doesn't take a lot of blend. I'm running around 10:00 o'clock on the blend knob, also running the compressor around 10:00 o'clock too. I leave the EQ set at the default notch (neutral) on all three bands. I have not had an occasion that I've needed to use the anti-feedback. I find the tuner to be in agreement with my Snark. This is a nice unit that can be used to help you shape//refine the sound that you want, but it's also a DI box that sometimes one tends to overlook.
Music background: Guitarist, Recording Engineer, Keyboards, Guitar Builder, Cajon Drum Builder

Great Pre-amp

Quite a bit more than one needs in some ways. Fishman makes a slimmer model with less bells and whistles, but unfortunately lacks the balanced DI. Has an insert style effects loop. Great idea but can pose a problem if your pedal board is tight for space. Finding a short insert cable cable made of instrument cable gauge wire is difficult. Finding one with 90 degree connectors is impossible. I had one custom made (Sweetwater can do this for you). The Aura would be particularly usefull in a studio as samples of literally hundreds of guitars are available to program into it.
Music background: working musician

fishman makes a quality product

I play a Taylor 214ce with a fishman 220sa amp and with the new aura pedal it sounds great,I can make it sound like a recording.
Music background: hobbyist

Can make anything sound good

I don't really use this much, because I usually play short open-mic type sets where the setup time has to be measured in seconds. But... I have this Martin Cowboy mini guitar, all laminates, that generally sounds like crap. I bought a cheap Lawrence pickup for it (A-300), plugged it into this thing and then into a random amp, and after about a minute fiddling with the settings.. presto! I was Ed Sheeran. Only better sounding... SO if this can make that guitar sound great (and rescue if from abandonment), what can it do for one of my better instruments? We shall see...
Music background: Musician, songwriter
See also: Acoustic Pedals, Fishman, Fishman Acoustic Guitar Effects