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Hi, <BR> <BR>Does anyone know the Pioneer reverberation amplifier series like the SR-202W? <BR> <BR>This website (search for SR-202W) description says it uses a spring reverb. <BR><A HREF="http://www.oaktreeent.com/Stereo_EQ'S_A ... essors.htm" TARGET="_top">http://www.oaktreeent.com/Stereo_EQ'S_A ... ors.htm</A> <BR> <BR>Also does anyone know if these units can be setup to output the reverberation / wet signal only ? <BR>(that would really be handy ;) <BR> <BR>I noticed that it has the type of in & outputs as those Sansui RA reverberation amps discussed on this board earlier. <BR> <BR>greetings, <BR>rhodes
I picked one of these up a little while ago and it works great. The reverb tank is tiny (3 or 4 inches long) so you aren't going to get any thick surf rock type sounds from it, but it is great for making a dry track richer, and you can make all sorts of useful booming noises by tapping on the case. Built in wet/dry mixer for insert use; dry signal can be switched out entirely for use as a send effect. Great look, stereo signal path (only one reverb tank, though, so the reverb is a blend of both channels), and sounds good.