Jon S. wrote:Hard to explain but if pressed I'd say the Reactance control is boosting the upper bass and lower mids, along with whatever it's doing to the output impedance, and the Definition control is adding high upper mids and presence but that's just the best approximation I can come up with.
Jon S. wrote:Thought I'd share another RV300 observation. I've returned to experimenting with all sorts of settings after flirting with bidding on several McIntoshes and Mosvalves but deciding to try some more things first with what I already have (what a concept ). Anyway, my key niggle with my RV300 was I could never get it really clean, there was always some distortion. What I found, though, is that when I rolled the gain WAY down on my SMS - to around 9:30 - and cranked up the RV300's volume higher, it cleans up nicely. I'm wondering if Rocktron should have padded the unit's input more than they did or included two inputs, one normal, one padded, like on certain Fender amps. Anyway, if others here are also using RV300s, try this with your unit and tell us what you find.
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