The sound of 'The Traveller' as well as that of 'The
Rover' can be characterised as transparent and powerful. The output of the
power amp is at least 2 x 100 watts.
Seperate functions are available for switching from 100 to 50 watts (disabling 2 tubes), fanspeed and character of the feedback.
Mono input is independent from the right and left inputs. The mono input signal is mixed with left and right by means of an internal tubemixer. This provides the possibility of mixing a dry and a stereo effectsignal.
There are seperate stand by, presence and volume controls for each channel. The presencecontrol of 'The Traveller' works gradually and effectively. Loudspeaker outputs present are 4, 8 and 16 ohm.
'The Traveller' uses four preamp valves and eight power valves.
If you need more information or if you like to try The Traveller, don't hesitate to contact us.
Phone/fax: +31 (0)224 298 827.
1, 3. Input volume control left and right channel.
Volume control following the input buffer valve.
2, 4. Presence control left and right channel.
Influences the frequency respons of the poweramp in the high-mid range.
5, 6. Stand by switch left and right channel.
High tension on/off switch.
7. Mains switch.
Toggle to switch the Traveller on and on and on.
1, 2. Mains receptable and Fuse holder.
Euro style mains plug. 3.15AT mains fuse plus spare fuse.
3. High tension fuses
1AT, slow blow fuse.
4. Fan speed switch
Under heavy circumstances use High.
5. Filter switch
This switch changes the feedback characteristic. OFF position is plain normal, while the BARITONE position boost the lower frequencies. When switching to BARITONE you may add a little more presence.
6. 100/50 watt switches
Switch for left and right channel to disengages two power tubes. It is best switch to STAND BY mode before toggling this switch.
7, 8. Speaker output jacks right and left channel
Jacks for 4, 8 and 16 ohm speaker configurations.
9, 11. Line input right and left channel
Receives line level signal from a preamplifier. For stereo use and for one channel mono use.
10. Line input mono
Receives line level signal from a preamplifier. For two channel mono use. Advanced users: use LEFT and RIGHT inputs for effect return and MONO input for direct preamp signal.
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