Kleissonic Announces the Crystal

A transparent clean boost with a built-in buffer.

Berlin, Germany (August 25, 2014) -- Adding to the company's high-quality line of boutique guitar pedals, Kleissonic announces a new product, the Crystal. It is an extremely transparent clean boost that doesn't add any extra distortion or coloration to the signal. It is a non true-bypass transparent booster that can make you guitar signal level louder up to +16 dB. When it is not in operation, a built-in buffer repairs your tone from cable impedance imbalances and restores you signal's treble loss. The Crystal can optionally attenuate your signal (-dB), and features a switch between “Clean” and “Saturation.”

Specs:

  • Gain: - oo to +16db maximum boost
  • Input impedance: 1M
  • Output impedance: 10K
  • Non true bypass. Buffered.
  • Current consumption: 30mA at 9VDC
  • Power: Maximum 9 VDC. Battery or center negative regulated DC adapter
  • Dimensions:111 x 60 x 32 (mm)
  • Weight: 350g

The Crystal carries retail suggested price of 139 € (euros), and can be purchased directly from the Kleissonic online shop.

For more information:
Kleissonic

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