Radial EXTC

500 Series Guitar Effects Interface with Transformer Isolated Send
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Integrate your stompboxes into your studio rig the easy way! The EXTC module converts line-level signals to hi-Z, and back again. This means you can put your favorite pedals with your pro-quality studio gear and get the most out of both worlds. The EXTC also ensures that your return signal is in phase. You'll love this one!

Radial EXTC Guitar Effects Interface Features:
  • Balanced interface for guitar effects pedals
  • Separate send & receive controls optimize signal path
  • Transformer isolated send eliminates ground loops
  • Creative tool helps set your mix stand out

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500 Series Buying Guide

Tech Specs

Processor Type Guitar Effects Interface
Manufacturer Part Number R700 0132

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Awesome!

Just like all the Radial's stuff, it is built like a tank and a high quality device. When i received it yesterday, i used my voice through all my stompboxes and the sound was marvellous, wonderful .... what a sound! Today i used it as an external plugin within cubase pro 8, with recorded tracks and the results were awesome, a clear sound without hum or buzz. Now, i am playing with it as a child and i am trying to use with anything. If you are a guitarrist who loves pedals, now you will be able to use them with your amp, or use them after the mic captured the sound (to record the stompboxes with the amp is great, but if you can edit what you have already recorded with a touch of delay, a little chorus here or a swirling phaser to make psychodelicus your tone, that is priceless). Well, i you have pedals, this can give a new point of view and a new fronteer.
Music background: Amateur audio engineer, guitarrist, home studio owner.
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