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Disponible en commande et généralement livrable en 3 à 6 jours
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DUN MC406

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Buffer pedal for maintaining instrument signal quality over longer cable runs and effects chains
Add up to 6dB of gain to make up for lost volume due to long signal paths
Fine-tune signal recovery with High- and Low-cut switches
Additional unbuffered output lets you connect to a tuner, second effects chain, or amplifier
When you run your signal from your instrument to your amp though long cables and through a large array of effects with varying impedance, there"s bound to be some signal degradation. Placing the MC406 Buffer in your signal chain addresses this issue. It"s a low-noise buffer in a small, rugged housing; it can add up to +6dB of gain with the front-facing gain slider; it makes up for signal loss that can occur when combining effects with different impedance levels; it fine-tunes signal recovery with Hi and Lo cut switches; it has an extra output for a tuner, separate effects chain or amp, and can be set to receive either a buffered or unbuffered signal; it also features a convenient 9VDC power output jack which provides power for another pedal. The MC406 Buffer is truly a mighty utility with a small footprint-an ideal addition to any effects rig or pedalboard. The user run their signal from your instrument to your amp though long cables and/or through a large array of effects with varying impedance, there’s bound to be some signal degradation. Placing the MC406 Buffer in your signal chain addresses this issue.
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When you run your signal from your instrument to your amp though long cables and through a large array of effects with varying impedance, there"s bound to be some signal degradation. Placing the MC406 Buffer in your signal chain addresses this issue. It"s a low-noise buffer in a small, rugged housing; it can add up to +6dB of gain with the front-facing gain slider; it makes up for signal loss that can occur when combining effects with different impedance levels; it fine-tunes signal recovery with Hi and Lo cut switches; it has an extra output for a tuner, separate effects chain or amp, and can be set to receive either a buffered or unbuffered signal; it also features a convenient 9VDC power output jack which provides power for another pedal. The MC406 Buffer is truly a mighty utility with a small footprint-an ideal addition to any effects rig or pedalboard. The user run their signal from your instrument to your amp though long cables and/or through a large array of effects with varying impedance, there’s bound to be some signal degradation. Placing the MC406 Buffer in your signal chain addresses this issue.
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Buffer pedal for maintaining instrument signal quality over longer cable runs and effects chains
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Add up to 6dB of gain to make up for lost volume due to long signal paths
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Fine-tune signal recovery with High- and Low-cut switches
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Additional unbuffered output lets you connect to a tuner, second effects chain, or amplifier
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When you run your signal from your instrument to your amp though long cables and through a large array of effects with varying impedance, there"s bound to be some signal degradation. Placing the MC406 Buffer in your signal chain addresses this issue. It"s a low-noise buffer in a small, rugged housing; it can add up to +6dB of gain with the front-facing gain slider; it makes up for signal loss that can occur when combining effects with different impedance levels; it fine-tunes signal recovery with Hi and Lo cut switches; it has an extra output for a tuner, separate effects chain or amp, and can be set to receive either a buffered or unbuffered signal; it also features a convenient 9VDC power output jack which provides power for another pedal. The MC406 Buffer is truly a mighty utility with a small footprint-an ideal addition to any effects rig or pedalboard. The user run their signal from your instrument to your amp though long cables and/or through a large array of effects with varying impedance, there’s bound to be some signal degradation. Placing the MC406 Buffer in your signal chain addresses this issue.