Kyro Audio Introduces the Dulo Pedalboard Amp

A class-D amp that aims to be a handy pedal platform.

Sofia, Bulgaria (November 25, 2020) -- Kyro Audio, a small company out of Sofia, Bulgaria, has just released the Kyro Dulo – a highly versatile Class D pedalboard amp constructed to be the ultimate pedal platform.

Designed and hand-built by some ingenious Bulgarian engineers with a big passion for guitar gear, the Kyro Dulo is the perfect working musician, fly rig, and mobile recording solution.

Recently reviewed by respected YouTuber EytschPi42, the Kyro Dulo is the real deal. Not a toy. Not an amp that works well with some FX but not others. But a useful, mature pedal platform that works.

Focused on making a bulletproof platform, Kyro Audio built a mini pedal that does double duty: record an album during the day AND play a gig at night. The Kyro Dulo can live on your pedalboard or fly rig, ready to go at any time. And if you’re not a gigging musician, you can run this thing on your desk and not take up a ton of space like traditional amps.

Kyro is currently offering a special limited run of 100 units (numbered + certified) shipped before Christmas. The company will continue with standard production in 2021 and has exciting plans for an expanded line of amp pedals.

Save a ton of space, money, and your back. The Kyro Dulo literally fits in your pocket!

Features:

  • Class D Power Amp
  • Single Clean Channel
  • 3-Band EQ (with EQ Bypass)
  • Built-In Cab Sim (with Bypass)
  • DI Line (XLR) and ¼” Outs
  • Volume Control
  • Presence Control
  • Bright Switch
  • Ground Lift Switch
  • Mute Switch
  • DULO Tone Enhancer® Circuit

Technical Specs:

  • Output Power: 30W @ 8Ω / 15W @ 16Ω /50W @ 4Ω
  • Input Impedance: 1MΩ
  • DI Line Out: +4dB (3.472 Vpp)
  • Power Supply: 100 - 240VAC
  • Weight: 0.81 kg / 1.81 lbs (incl. power adapter)
  • Amp Dimensions: 95 x 120 x 50 mm / 3.75" x 4.75" x 2.0"
  • Adapter Dimensions: 50 x 124 x 32mm / 2.00" x 5.00" x1.25"

Price: $249. Available for presale NOW (shipping in early December).

For more information:
KYRO Audio

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