HeadRush FRFR-112 Active 2000-Watt Full-Range, Flat-Response 12-in/2-Way Cabinet for Guitar Multi FX and Amp Modelling Processors
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In 2017 the HeadRush FX Multi-FX/Amp Modeller exploded onto the scene in a big way, with its finely-tuned quad-core processor and state of the art DSP software making it the go-to all-in-one unit for professional and amateur guitarists the world over. Now HeadRush are releasing the ultimate addition to this fantastic multi-FX unit: introducing the HeadRush FRFR-112, a full-range, flat-response powered PA speaker with a crushing 2000 Watts of peak output power! The Perfect Gigging Companion for your Headrush FX Pedalboard
CONTROLS:Master volume, gain level for input 1 and 2 , 3 DSP equaliser modes - each with ± 12 dB level control per band: 3-band EQ PA, 3-band EQ guitar and 5-band EQ guitar, display contrast and brightness Please note that this extended warranty is currently only available on products sold within the UK, EU or EEA, and is subject to the terms and conditions as detailed on the extended warranty certificate provided.
Only a mirror is relevant in that regard. However, the best looking guy in the world (besides me) can look great in the mirror and have crap for an attitude. HeadRush Electronics are a fairly new name in the guitar industry, but they’ve been making waves with their HeadRush Pedalboard and Gigboards. Both arethe ultimate in easy-to-use gig-rigs-in-a-boxand haveeverything youneed to go and get gigging without an amp or pedalboard setup. It’s long puzzled us why standard guitar combos don’t tend to allow for this - you often need to buy an amp stand to simulate it. There’s also been a significant advance at the guitar end of the signal chain, with products such as Line 6’s Variax capable of sounding like a multitude of instruments in any tuning you like, all at the touch of a button. At the other end of the chain, we’ve seen the development of IR (impulse response) technology, to mimic the dynamics of different speaker cabinets and microphone arrangements.
There’s two inputs with gain controls for each but it’s worth noting that any onboard cab sim you select will apply to both. There’s three preset EQ settings too; two for guitar and a PA preset. You can also edit the LED brightness and contrast to suit your surroundings. Specially-voiced 12-inch woofer and high-frequency compression driver deliver a precise, full response across the entire frequency range without any artificial colorationNEW products: 4% of the current new selling price to double the warranty from 1 year to 2 years. 4% for each additional year. You should get an instant answer on whether your application has been successful, though in some rare cases Klarna or V12 may need to look at the application in more detail. However, the Gear4music extended warranty scheme provides an enhanced service, and is designed to offer a higher level of protection than many 'free' warranties offered by some retailers and manufacturers. USED products: 4% of the current new selling price to increase the warranty from 3 months to 1 year. 4% for each additional year. The Headrush FRFR is intended to be used as an amplifier for digital modelling devices - as such it delivers a tone that is free from colouration. The built-in power amplifier makes the FRFR a simple addition to your rig; grab two and you could easily create a versatile stereo setup. The cabinet chassis has an angled design that lets you mount it in many different angles for stage monitor use, or traditional PA speaker operation. The clear nature of the Headrush FRFR's sound means you can also use it as a traditional loudspeaker for any sound source you require. FRFR
Whether you choose to use the FRFR-112 as a floorboard monitor wedge or main source of amplification, the choice is yours. With a whopping 2000 Watts of peak output power (1000 Watts RMS), and the ability to link up to either your front-of-house equipment or another FRFR-112, all of the critical power and connectivity options are included to ensure you're primed for any scenario. Now that you've elevated your rig to the industry-standard of todays modellers with the HeadRush FX (or similar), you need never have to rely on the limited frequency response of a traditional amp or PA speaker again thank to the FRFR-112. The full-frequency, flat response nature of this fabulous speaker cabinet allows you to hear your rigs as they were meant to be heard without any unwanted artificial colouration. Why does this matter? If your Headrush has no control over the hyped bass, and you EQ your Helix to sound good through it... you are compromising your tone sent to the FOH system. If you have to roll off (or worse, completely remove) the low end because the box adds to much, then you will send a tinny/thin sound to the sound tech to work with. We found ourselves gravitating to Sim 1 both with a Helix and then a Victory VH4 valve preamp pedal. With superb clarity and punch, it provided an all-round superb platform for our tones that we could then deal in further from the guitar and our preamp unit parameters.I have a Headrush frfr 112 in my basement on a plastic keyboard stand horizontal at head height when I'm seated along with other various amps and monitors around my desk. I mostly use the Headrush these days. I think it sounds great. I didn't have to tweak anything to get the sound I'm happy with. I build and tweak my patches with it, and they sound good when I go live. For live, my Helix goes direct to front of house and I use in ears plugged into a Powerplay digital monitor mixer. I'm happy with the sound. I'm thinking about getting another one to do stereo. The global EQ can be applied to the 1/4" outputs, the XLR outputs, or both. So there is no reason the FOH has to be affected.