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PostPosted: Mon, Jul 08, 2019 2:53pm 
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I'm not sure that there are any plans for a new version of the Captor but if there are, it would be great if there was a way to adjust the amount of attenuation going to the speaker cab.

The Captor sounds amazing as an attenuator but 10db of reduction is just too much for smaller amps. If I was able to adjust the amount of attenuation so that it wasn't reducing so much volume the captor would be the ultimate tool for live as well as the studio!


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PostPosted: Tue, Jul 09, 2019 7:01am 
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Hi loubeck,

we have the Torpedo Reload that lets you adjust the right amount of volume on your speakers. ;)

Captor is designed to be affordable, and the -20dB (yep it's -20) is indeed a better fit for 100W and 50w amps (and they complain -20 is not enough ^^).

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