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Electronic Musician says the “Mix-Blender does its job flawlessly and is built to last”

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Electronic Musican magazine recently reviewed the Radial Tonebone Mix-Blender™ in their July 2016 issue. The Mix-Blender is a multi-function pedal that lets you mix two instruments or effects together and then send the combined signal through a mixer-style effects loop for processing. Designed to work with guitar, bass and keyboards, the Mix-Blender begins with two high-performance Class-A…

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Recording Mag reviews the Radial Headload

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This review was originally written by Alex Hawley in the July 2016 issue of Recording Magazine (Volume 29: 10). Radial Engineering is known for nearly bulletproof durability, overall reliability, and a unique line of products that cover just about any I/O setup imaginable. Based in Vancouver, Radial features products such as recording interfaces, 500 Series…

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The Radial USB-Pro a hit Down Under

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Recently the Australian entertainment and technology compan, CX-TV, reviewed the USB-Pro and claimed “this is the answer to every laptop audio problem ever thought of”. The Radial USB-Pro is a high-resolution stereo digital audio converter (DAC) and direct box that is designed to connect to any computer system to seamlessly transfer digital audio to analog. Find more reviews…

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Headload gets a Thumbs Up from Premier Guitar

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Premier Guitar recently reviewed Radial’s flagship guitar amp attenuator, the Headload and it clearly makes the cut. The Headload is a combination load box and attenuator that is capable of handling up to 130 watts RMS of continuous power and peaks of 180 watts. Inserted between the head and cabinet, it allows the guitar amp to…

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Audio Media International takes the Trim-Two for a ride

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Alistair McGhee of Audio Media International magazine recently checked out the Radial Trim-Two, designed to simplify the use of laptops in live settings by providing a ‘ready access’ volume control for on-the-fly adjustments. This looks like a handy gadget on paper, but what’s it like in the flesh? Over to Alistair McGhee… Read the full…

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AMI Reviews the JDI Stereo

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It’s been nearly two decades since the release of the original JDI, and now Radial has introduced a Stereo version to its offering. Alistair McGhee quite literally lifts the lid on the new addition to see what it has in store for users.

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