This powerful amp brings high‑tech Dirac room optimisation DSP to your favourite passive monitors.
We check out Grace’s compact, mastering‑quality solution for monitoring on the move.
Though small and quiet, this stereo combo is big on possibilities...
Need a single amp to cover all your home–recording and gigging duties? Vox have got you covered!
Thomas Blug aims to deliver his perfect amp tones in small and portable packages...
Vox's hybrid approach to electronics has yielded a natural–sounding amp that won't break your back.
Jimmy Page used Supro's small amps during Led Zeppelin's early recording career — and this Blues King 12 combo amplifier has been engineered to recreate those classic sounds.
This new range draws on Roland's Blues Cubes and promises to deliver both the sound and the playing feel of a real valvetube amp.
Find out how Mytek’s latest reference-level converter stacks up against the competition.
This four-channel headphone amp sets itself apart from the crowd with a number of thoughtful and useful features.
There are countless 500-series mic preamps, equalisers, dynamics processors, reverbs, and even delays, bitcrushers and A-D...
Sonic Farm’s latest creation is a processor and amplifier designed to cater for every possible bass guitar recording scenario.
Miktek have launched a brace of headphone amps that can feed four sets of headphones, or two. The decision is yours...
This affordable studio- and stage-friendly amp boasts extra-wide stereo effects, a looper, and direct-to-DAW USB recording.
Insanely tweakable, and promising the ability to mimic your own amp, could this be the last word in amp modelling?
Schertler are no strangers to the art of amplifying stringed instruments, and their latest designs don’t disappoint.
Can an amp like this be all things to all people? Blackstar have tried very hard to make it so!
Offering flawless audio quality, could these prove the perfect partner to your high-end passive monitors?
A Fender Tweed Deluxe with a significantly lower noise floor — what’s not to like?
Why do we need a ‘68 model of this classic amp when Fender already have a ‘65 in the range?
With a valve power-amp stage, a DSP modelled preamp and effects section, and direct-to-computer recording, this amp is brimming with promise. Can it deliver?
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