Radial Engineering Pro RMP

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Re-Amping Box

The re-amping technique has always been the "secret weapon" of numerous recordings of the greatest names in the music business and is often used to give a new sound to guitar, bass, keyboard and even vocal recordings. The Radial ProRMP is a fully passive Re-Amplifier that allows you to re-record a previously recorded track through a guitar amp or an effect pedal to create new and exciting sounds.

The ProRMP Re-Amplifier is extremely easy to use - it is connected between the recording device and your amplifier or effects device and automatically adjusts the impedance. All you have to do is adjust the level!

The secret of the outstanding ProRMP sound is a specially crafted transformer, which matches the balanced, low-impedance signal source for the connection to the high-impedance input of your amplifier and at the same time serves as a mass splitter, which prevents rumble and other noise in the signal caused by mass loops.

Like all radial products, the ProRMP is extremely sturdy. Surrounded by a 2mm steel plate, the unique "book support" design with a welded double T-beam construction ensures that the ProRMP is protected against damage and the board and the soldering points are not subjected to any loads, which significantly increases the reliability . A non-slip full base coating ensures a secure hold and avoids electrical contact points which could lead to ground Loops when touching parts of guitar amplifier housings.

The Radial ProRMP - cost-effective, professional re-amping for every studio!

Features

  • Playback of recorded tracks through amplifiers and guitar effects
  • Allows creative, new sound design
  • Makes repeated recording during recording unnecessary
  • Built-in level control allows fine adjustment of gain
  • Transformer isolation prevents the generation of ripple loops and noise

Areas of application

Suitable for "re-amping" all instruments:

  • Electric guitars
  • Bass guitars
  • Keyboards
  • Electric violins
  • Singing and language
  • Percussion
  • XLR input
  • 6.3 mm output
available since March 2007
Item number 110716
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Multi-Channel Unit No
Channels 1
Active / Passive Passive
19" No
Pad switchable No
Gnd/Lift switchable No
Powered by battery No
Speaker Simulation No
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Slimmed down features, but just as good
PuRe_AdDicT 06.11.2020
Well constructed box that sounds exactly as it should.

Maybe it hasn't got some of the features of the more expensive models, but it's got the most important feature nailed down, preserving your tone.

If you haven't got a reamp box, and you like to record guitar, what are you waiting for?
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The missing link
Ben493 05.10.2013
Re-amping was something I'd always "got round" before by using various passive devices in line to achieve the same ultimate goal. It was "alright" and not something I used to do a lot of. However, in the last 18 months I've found myself doing more mixing of stuff that other people recorded and when the cab signals don't cut it in the mix If be reaching for that old faithful.

It became obvious that a dedicated reamp box was going to save me a lot of hassle and I could actually have it permanently wired into my pro tools rig rather than building something that just did the job out of attenuators and do boxes etc.

The radial firstly struck me as being really well build. It's tough, lightweight and I can't ever seeing it getting damaged.

I've marked it as "okay" for features as it doesn't really have much to play with but that's kind of the point. I wanted the most basic model so that the signal path is simplest and I have plenty of di boxes etc.

It sounds much better than my old method of doing the same job. I think this is mainly due to not needing to attenuate the output level from my I/o from within the software.
This makes for a much cleaner signal and when testing in real time and doing an a/b test of the guitar coming the amp directly versus it going through the computer and the re amp box I found it arguably similar.

I now use it everyday and I wish I hadn't Put off buying it for so long.
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Opens up creative doors
Michael Carrier 14.12.2020
I got this to reamp my instruments to run through my guitar pedal board. Works perfectly and suits my needs, the quality is great even for this more entry level device.
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Zeee 12.11.2017
Nothing to say, just works fine.
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