Atlanta, GA (June 18, 2015) -- The Rockn Stompn RS-4 foot-activated sequential power strip is designed to automatically power up or down a musician's set of gear in the proper sequence, every time, providing protection and convenience on stage or in the studio.
"Musicians know the importance of powering up and down gear in the right order to avoid power surges and pops, but it's not always easy to do," says Kimball Magee of Rockn Stompn. "The RS-4's four-step power sequencer automates this process, and gives you the ability to safely power up far more gear than ever before on a single 15 amp circuit. By consolidating all your gear into one power strip you greatly reduce noise and potential hazards created by external ground loops."
Previously, pro audio power sequencers were rack mounted and limited to large professional audio performances. The RS-4 is transportable and no rack required. "It's perfect for guitar rigs with multiple amps or multiple processors," adds Magee. "It's also great for bass, keyboard rigs, PA systems, and home studios to protect amps and speakers."
Every musician or band's rig is different. To allow for varying power-up times for both vintage tube amps and modern solid state equipment, the RS-4 delay for both on and off sequences are user adjustable from 1 to 15 seconds, ensuring equipment will perform better and last longer. The unit also provides surge protection, EMI/RFI noise filtering, power conditioning, and over-voltage/over-current protection.
The Rockn Stompn power strip is the result of decades of engineering and manufacturing knowledge, and four years of intense research and development in collaboration between engineers and musicians to produce the ultimate power strip for musicians. With a fully welded stainless steel enclosure, the RS-4 is American-made and comes with a lifetime warranty.
"As musicians, we are very invested in our gear," sums up Magee. "Looking after the power requirements is an often overlooked, but important element in making it last for a very long time."
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