Radial EXTC-Stereo Guitar Effects Interface & Reamper

The EXTC Stereo allows you to connect guitar effects pedals to the inputs and outputs of pro audio equipment such as recording interfaces and mixing consoles, so you can incorporate stereo pedals into your recordings and explore new creative possibilities.

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Radial EXTC-Stereo Guitar Effects Interface & Reamper

A Secret Weapon For Mixing Engineers

The Radial EXTC-Stereo gives you the ability to connect stereo effects pedals. Effects such as reverbs and delays to the line-level inputs and outputs of your console or recording interface.

Use it to send drum overheads to a multi-tap delay. Or, on the other hand, breathe new life into a stale keyboard patch with a flanger or chorus pedal. Additionally, try it on vocals, strings, or any prerecorded track to add a new creative element to your mixes and revitalize your old pedal collection.

Reamping Through Stereo Effects

The EXTC-Stereo acts as the bridge between your recording interface and your stereo guitar pedals, making it easy to use your favourite pedal effects on any prerecorded audio tracks. The EXTC-Stereo converts the dry audio signal from line level to instrument level for processing through your pedals and then brings it back up to line level to record the results.

Connecting Mono Guitar Pedals

Mono guitar pedals work equally well with the EXTC-Stereo, and you can connect two sets simultaneously to double your creativity. Connect one pedal chain to the left insert jacks on the EXTC-Stereo, and the other to the right.

Reamping through one or two amplifiers

The EXTC-Stereo can also be used like other Reamp boxes that feed your tracks through an amplifier. Connect the send jacks to the inputs of your amps and use a microphone to capture the results.

EXTC-Stereo Key Features:

  • Connect stereo guitar pedals to balanced recording gear
  • Send & Receive controls to optimize gain staging
  • Makes it easy to use your favourite pedal effects on any prerecorded audio tracks
  • Send & Receive level controls, Blend control, Phase
  • Connect stereo guitar pedals to balanced recording gear
  • Front panel 1/4″ inputs and outputs for pedals
  • Send & Receive controls to optimize gain staging
  • Utilize your pedal collection in new & unique ways
  • Makes it easy to use your favourite pedal effects on any prerecorded audio tracks
  • Mono guitar pedals work equally well
  • Reamping through one or two amplifiers
  • Phase Invert
  • A/B EFX Loop

Audio Circuit Type: Proprietary Active Circuit with Class-A buffers
Number of Channels: 2
Frequency Response: 20Hz to 20kHz (-0.5dB/+0.5dB)
Noise Floor: -105dBu
Dynamic Range: >+130dBu
Maximum Input: >+25dBu
Intermodulation Distortion: 0.002% @ 0dBu, 1kHz
Total Harmonic Distortion: 0.007% @ 0dBu, 1kHz
Common-Mode Rejection Ratio: 34dBu @ 60Hz, 42dBu @ 3kHz
Insertion Loss: 0dB
Input connections: 1/4” TRS/XLR Combo Jacks, 1/4” TS Insert Recv
Output Connectors: 1/4” TRS, XLR, 1/4” TS Insert Send
Mounting Options: SA series rack mount available
Extras: Send & Receive level controls, Blend control, Phase
Power: 15VDC 400mA
Construction: 14-gauge Steel Chassis
Finish: Durable Powder Coat

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