NAMM 2018: Radial’s the Backtrack is now shipping
If you’re a live band/artist that utilises backing tracks in your performance, then you’ll be pleased to know that Radial’s the Backtrack is now shipping. Here’s Radial with all the details.
Vancouver, BC – Radial Engineering is pleased to announce the Backtrack is now shipping. The Backtrack is a compact stereo audio switcher that is perfect for bands running redundant backing tracks on stage, or for switching between any stereo audio sources.
Connecting your playback devices to the Backtrack is easy via either dual ¼” TRS or 3.5mm stereo inputs. XLR outputs feed the PA system, and feature a ground lift switch and transformer isolation to prevent buzz and hum from ground loops. ¼” TRS Monitor outputs are also provided for powered speakers on stage.
Once connected, an A/B switch selects between inputs so the backup source can be quickly activated should the primary playback system fail. A JR-2 remote can also be connected to the Backtrack to change the inputs remotely. When cueing up tracks for playback, a mute switch cuts the feed to the main and monitor outputs, allowing tracks to be silently monitored using a dedicated headphone output. This output features its own level control and input selector switch, so even during live performance, either source can be checked without disturbing the main outputs.
The Backtrack is an ideal switching system for redundant playback devices, where reliability and portability is crucial.
Pricing and Availability:
Backtrack is available now for $349.99 USD. For further information head to the Radial website.The post NAMM 2018: Radial’s the Backtrack is now shipping appeared first on The Guitar Magazine.