The compact loadbox and amp DI.
The Torpedo Captor is an easy to use reactive Loadbox, perfect for
unleashing your favorite tube amp in a variety of modern applications
and venues. Designed to be placed between your amp head and
speaker cabinet, it acts as a power attenuator and cabinet simulator, and
is packed in a DI sized enclosure. Featuring a complete set of
connections as well as the Two notes Wall Of Sound plug-in software,
which gives you 16 virtual cabinets to choose from, the Torpedo Captor
allows you to easily use your amp at full potential at home, in the studio,
or live.

- Save space, weight and volume on stage
- Easy and fast recording
- Use your favorite loud amp at reasonable volume or silently.
- Choose between 16 famous virtual cabinets with the Wall Of Sound III
- Use your amp and play securely

The Torpedo Captor allows to capture a rich sound for direct recording
without having to mike your speaker. Used without a speaker, it allows to
use your amp head in silent mode without any risk. If you wish to keep
using a cabinet, the Torpedo Captor features a direct speaker THRU or
ATT output which sends either the full volume of the amp to the cabinet
or a fixed -20dB attenuation. It also offers a balanced XLR active DI
output with selectable guitar or bass simulation taken from the Le
Preamp series of preamps, as well as a balanced line output with
adjustable output level and polarity switch. It has an admissible power of

100 Watts RMS and is available in 3 models of 4, 8, and 16 Ohms to
match any amp.

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