Radial Engineering

RA-ProRMP

Radial ProRMP Passive Reamper

The Radial ProRMP Reamp is a transformer coupled passive device designed to take a balanced line level signal and convert it so that it can drive the high input impedance of a guitar amplifier. As a passive device, it does not amplify the signal in any way. Critical to the performance is the frequency response and low distortion. The ProRMP is perfectly suited for Reamping and warming the balanced output of a wireless system.


    • Radial ProRMP PRODUCT FEATURES:

      • Play pre-recorded tracks through amps and pedals
      • On board level control for fine tuning amp level
      • Transformer isolated to eliminate buzz and hum
      • Opens the door to creative new tones and textures
    • Radial ProRMP TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS:

      Specifications  
      Specifications are subject to change without notice.
      Audio circuit type: Passive, transformer isolated
      Frequency response: 20Hz ~ 20KHz (+0/-1dB)
      Dynamic range: >137dB
      Equilavent input noise: >-98dBu Noise plus gain 
      Phase deviation: 0.3° @ 100Hz; 5° @ 20Hz
      Gain: >-10dB
      Maximum input: >+26dBu
      Total harmonic distortion: 0.003%
      Common mode rejection ratio: 100dB @ 60Hz (unbalanced source)
      Input impedance: 600 Ohms
      Output impedance: 600Ω, balanced
      Noise: -111dBu
      Signal to noise ratio: 81dB
      Features  
      Input pad: -15dB 
      180° polarity reverse: Inverts signal polarity
      Ground lift: Disconnects pin-1 at XLR output
      Merge: Input summing mixer
      Speaker filter: -30dB pad and band-pass filter
      XLR configuration: AES standard (pin-2 hot)
      General  
      Power: Passive, no power required
      Construction: 14 gauge steel chassis and outer shell
      Finish: Durable powder coat
      Size: Size: 3.3" x 5.0" x 2" (84 x 127 x 48mm)
      Weight: 1.55 lbs (720 g)
      Conditions: For use in dry locations only between 5°C and 40°C
      Warranty: Radial 3-year, transferable
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