Input Impedance: 470K ohms, Output
Impedance: <150 ohms
Maximum input/output level: +20dBu
MIDI in: 7 pin DIN
Power Requirements: 9VAC 3400mA, Dimensions: 19" x 1.75" x 7"
UL and CSA approved operation
VooDu Valve is a trademark of
All Access and HUSH are registered
trademarks of GHS Corporation.
For more in-depth information on the
VooDu Valve Online, you can check out
the product manual in the SUPPPORT
section of this website.
|The VooDu Valve Online is loaded with tons of famous effects found in other Rocktron award winning products. Effects which resemble the sought after sounds of your favorite vintage analog stomp boxes include two-tap chorusing, dual- mode phaser, two-tap flanger, compression, frequency programmable wah-wah, tremolo, reverb, echo-like delay featuring unique tap tempo mode, pitch shift, and HUSH noise reduction placed after the preamp and before the effects where it should be, (no noise reduction after the effects as you find with cheaper, noisier preamps). |
With the VooDu Valve Online, sharing presets on Rocktrons website Patch Bay is a breeze, (although Rocktron has already included 254 user-programmable presets). And the VooDu is both stage and studio ready with balanced XLR outputs (with level control) and 1/4" outs. The Speaker Simulator in the VooDu is a work of art, providing parameters for Speaker Size, MIC Placement and patented Reactance parameter. All MIDI functions have been implemented including eight parameter continuous control and mapping. Plug into a Rocktron All Access®, MIDI controller and many new time-saving MIDI extras will come to light, such as pre-assigned effect controller on/off functions, boost option and titles that automatically transfer from the VooDu Valve to the All Access. You can also use a Rocktron MIDI Mate or MIDI Xchange controller for many of the VooDu functions.
Headphone output and tap tempo delay are included as well. Guitar One Magazine commented: "But, wait-hold the phone! Possibly the most impressive aspect of the VooDu Valve. is it's speaker simulator. Select Speaker Type (15", 12", to", 8" and Full Range), adjust Mic and Placement (positive values simulate moving the mic toward the center of the speaker cone, negative values toward it's edge), and last but certainly not least, add chest-pounding, tooth-rattling, bowel-liquefying speaker Cabinet chunk with the Reactance control. Use the speaker simulator even if you're not going direct. True, it works amazingly in the direct application, but take advantage of its tone shaping options even when using speakers to add the finishing touch to your tone."