Hi guys, need help and your insight again! Subject: Kemper into poweramp to traditional guitar cab.
Am I right, that the Kemper (unlike some modellers) does have captured / included the complex information, how the profiled (power) amp reacts to the used speaker? Such information about interaction (with the used amp and speaker, negative feedback circuitry, damping factor...) is saved in the amp part of the profile, right?
So (unlike some other devices) it would make sense to choose a poweramp (still for connecting with trad. cab in mind), that is designed for FRFR / PA use? Transistor poweramps or circuitry specially designed for use with a trad. cab does not make sense with the Kemper, cause all information to get authentic interaction are already there in the profile? So it should be no problem or rather an advantage using a simple transistor poweramp with high damping factor, for example?
Main question: So in theory I should get good and authentic results when connecting the Kemper just straight into a powered mixer and the speaker out of the mixer to a guitar cab?! No need for a "special" poweramp (with "guitar poweramp characteristics")?!
Or could the Kemper unit in this case (connected to cab) still benefit from anything like the activated "cab circuitry" of this sort of poweramp Quilter Interblock 45