Radial Engineering Introduces Two New Reamp Solutions

Both the all-in-one Reamp Station and compact Reamp HP are designed to expand the range of recording options available for those wanting to reamp in a recording environment.


Both the all-in-one Reamp Station and compact Reamp HP expand the range of recording options and possibilities available to anyone wanting to reamp in a recording environment. The Reamp Station is a combination active DI and reamp device in a single unit. The Reamp HP is a mono reamp that allows use of the headphone output of any compact audio interface as the reamp output source.

The Reamp Station embodies the all-in-one original reamp design intentions of John Cuniberti, a groundbreaking engineer who built the first reamp box in 1993. Rights to his design were purchased by Radial in 2011, resulting in the legendary Radial JCR reamper. The Reamp Station brings together the JCR and an active direct box to create Radial’s first all-in-one recording/reamping solution.

The Reamp station is heavily influenced by qualities found in Radial’s JCR combined with its studio-quality active DI circuits. New tweaks to the active DI design in the Reamp Station include a unity-gain Class-A buffer switch and circuit on the Thru output, preventing any loading down of passive pickups when connected to an amplifier and preserving the natural tone of the instrument.

The Reamp Station is $479.99 and the Reamp HP is $99.99. For more information, visit radialeng.com.

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