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What does RE-ACT mean in the Torpedo Reload? Article rated 3.9/5.0
Some attenuators are resistive, others are reactive, and most of them are passive. Passive means that the attenuator’s electronics does not require a power supply. Resistive means that t...
What is the minimal attenuation value I can get with the Torpedo Reload? Article rated 3.0/5.0
Because of its electrical concept, the Torpedo Reload applies a minimal attenuation to the incoming power signal. That minimal attenuation is a function of the impedance you select at the input of the...
How to register my Torpedo Reload and get my 24 virtual cabinets? Article rated 3.4/5.0
You need to register your Torpedo Reload to get your 24 virtual cabinets for WoS:   Go to the Two notes Store, and create an account (or log in if you already have an account) : http://stor...
Which are the 24 WoS cabs offered with the Reload? Article rated 3.7/5.0
When you buy the Torpedo Reload, you get a complimentary license for the Wall of Sound III Reload Edition plug-in, which includes the following Two Notes cabinets: Guitar cab's designation Ins...
I bought the Torpedo Reload Limited Edition, but I can't find my WoS serial number. Article rated 3.0/5.0
The WoS III serial number can be found inside your Torpedo Reload's User's Manual on page 2. However a small number of Torpedo Reload units have been packed without the serial number for the Wall of ...
How does the fan of the Torpedo Reload work ? Article rated 2.3/5.0
The fan of the Torpedo Reload is controlled by the temperature monitor of the unit. The fan is turned on when the temperature reaches a threshold which depends on the room temperature and the power co...
 

 
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