KMA Audio Machines bring you the ultimate tool, especially for bass player to develope new sounds and push your creativity to new limits. TYLER - The Frequency Splitter is an active and variable two channel crossover/signalsplitter. It divides your signal in a HIGH PASS and a LOW PASS path. Both filter having a 12db/Oct. roll-off with a variable cut-off frequency from 20Hz to 3kHz. Each channel has its own footswitchable buffered FX-Loop to process your lows (WOOD) or your highs (STEEL) with independent effect-chains in parallel. The MIX knob controls the ratio of the low- and high-pass signal. The range goes from 100% LP over to a 50/50 ratio until 100% HP fully clockwise. The mix control has a flat response with equally choosen cut-off frequencies for the LP and HP to avoid notches or bumps. The LEVEL control can boost your mixed signal up to 14dB, if needed. We added internal trimpots to control the impedance for the general input and each effect-loop, which is pretty handy when you want to insert your favorite fuzz pedal and a phase inverter to avoid any phase cancellation issues with external pedals inserted. Some examples: Bass players want to retain their low end while using their favorite fuzz or dirt pedal. Insert your dirt box in the highpass FX-Loop and adjust the cut-off frequency of the high- and lowpass to your needs. Dial in your preferred ratio of the low- and high-pass signal, engage the STEEL footswitch and you will never turn of TYLER again. You can also insert different modulation pedals, e.g. a lush phaser for the lows and a nice shimmering delay for the highs and it will sound like two different guitars. Mix up modulation pedals with any dirt pedals, for a very articulated and punchy sound coming from one amp. As you can see, TYLER is like a swiss army knife for your sound, a tool, a source of creativity - so take your axe and let the magic happen.
MIX between High and Lowpass
LEVEL: overall output with up to 14dB Boost
PHASE SWITCH: turns the phase of the Highpass
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