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NUX Solid Studio has 6.35mm mono input with input signal level toggle switch (-10dB / +4dB). And it has 3 outputs; simulation dedicated (TRS) STEREO OUTPUT and DI OUT, and a bypass “THRU” output.
Solid Studio offers a variety of connection ways and it can fit any desired spot on your signal chain to use all the cabinet/mic simulations efficient.
– You can place the Solid Studio at the end of your pedal board, and you can send the simulated sound to the mixer while you can send your original signal to the amp. It’s an alternate option for amp / cabinet mic-ing on stage.
– Direct connection to mixer or audio interface for recording. It gives more alternative cabinet options to record your favorite amplifier sound, especially if there is no chance to use any loudspeaker.
– You can place the Solid Studio between the amp and the cabinet. You can send the loud signal from the amp’s cabinet output to the Solid Studio, and you can send the original signal to the cabinet, simulated signal to the mixer/audio interface.
When you use the advanced connection method:
- The amplifier’s speaker output must be connected to the Solid Studio’s input by a SPEAKER CABLE
- The Solid Studio’s input mode must be switched to +4 dB
- The Solid Studio’s THRU output must be connected to the speaker cabinet’s input by a SPEAKER CABLE
- The Solid Studio’s output mode must be selected as SPK (SPEAKER)
BEFORE YOU PLAY:
MAKE SURE THAT ALL THE CABLES ARE CONNECTED AND SPEAKER MODE IS SET, TO AVOID THE POSSIBLE DAMAGE TO YOUR AMPLIFIER.
IR file support
You can easily emulate the sound of any guitar cabinet by loading different IR (Impulse response) files to NUX Solid Studio.Technically, the Most Realistic IR Loader: Solid Studio
The Solid Studio’s IR resolution is 2048 samples and 46ms. Talking about numbers, IR quality can be measured with the sample resolution and it’s scaled with milliseconds. On this calculation, 1024 samples equal to 20ms capturing length and this is the common quality standard in the market right now. And one of the well-known profiler gear offers 2048 samples / 40ms length.
What makes the Solid Studio unique? It offers 46ms length which means it can perfectly read all the frequencies. Comparing the length, 20ms is already enough to capture a sound profile with an efficient result but it’s not enough to catch the lower frequencies. That’s why the high-quality gears usually provide the 40ms length – it means higher resolution and better quality.
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The highest resolution quality limit of the IR is 50ms, It is the REAL sound not realistic..
Considering all the process on the signal from your guitar to your ear, Solid Studio delivers the signal faster than blink of an eye with the greatest result. Because of Solid Studio’s high-quality processor and perfect algorithm, high quality IR gear comes with the fastest speed. As a result; signal latency from input to output is less than 1ms.
Many of the IR equipment’s signal latency is around 2ms, also each pedal on the signal chain also increases the signal path and that increases the latency too. For example, the fastest multi-effect pedal needs 2ms to deliver the sound, if you use an IR equipment with the multi-effect pedal, the latency will be 4ms and a guitar player can ~barely~ feel that. If it’s more than 5ms it’s obviously slow and it’s not able to play.
Faster, higher and better. Solid Studio