is the Output-EQ still active in "imprint-mode"?
is there a way to route the "imprint-sound" to the FoH?
does the Kone Need a break-in-Phase or is it "Ready to use" ?
What will it cost in Germany ?
Will there be an "early bird selling Action" ?
Did you also compare the Kemper-Kabinett loaded with a specific imprint (f.e. Celestion G12H30 Heritage) and the same profile with a G12H30 Heritage-IR over a full range monitor ? and if you did, how significant were the differencies ?
Sorry and thanks !
- A speaker manufacturer told me once, that speakers truly need a break-in phase, to stretchen the moving parts and the glue. But that requires only some deep notes at some higher excursion for a minute or two only. No big deal.
- 1x12 €150.- 2x12 € 270.- 4x12 € 480.-
- Not planned.
- (Hope I got your question right)
I did, and doing that revealed a significant innovation for guitarists: You can switch between the mic‘ed sound and the amp-in-the-room sound (imprint) with one switch only, while the sound comes from the very same source and direction (the Kone) !
And as expected there are the typical differences between the mic‘ed cab and the amp-in-the-room sound, and they are significant. Interesting enough, this is another proof of concept for the PureCabinet control, which is truly moving the mic‘ed sound towards the smooth character of the real speaker.