WWW.ALESIS.COMMarch 8, 2014
The TransActive Drummer is the amplifier designed for today's electronic drummer. This complete, active system contains a powerful, active two-way speaker wedge with two sets of inputs, stereo outputs, and a dock for iPod. It's perfect for practicing alone or playing with a band.
Because it's a full-range amplifier, the TransActive Drummer is also great for use with other instruments such as keyboards. You can use it for practice, amplification at the gig, or as a foldback monitor wedge.
The TransActive Drummer also comes with a trial subscription for 10 free drumless songs from minusDrums.com for fun play-along sessions.
The TransActive Drummer enables you to connect your electronic drumset, as well as an aux source such as a metronome or sequencer. The dock for iPod enables you to mix and play along with your music. You can link two TransActive Drummers together with a common 1/4" TRS cable for stereo performance with double the inputs and double the power. The amp also has line-level 1/4" stereo outputs so you can connect it to a PA system or record your sessions.
The front panel gives you access to volume, three-band EQ, level control for iPod, and a 1/4" headphone jack. When connected, headphones mute the speaker for late-night jamming without bothering the neighbors.
The TransActive Drummer has a large, 10" woofer that plays down below most kick drums, and a 1" tweeter that makes cymbal sounds sparkle. The amplifier provides 50W RMS so you'll always have plenty of power. When you link two TransActive Drummers together for stereo performance, you get a 100-watt system that's ready to take on any guitarist's rig!
Transporting the TransActive Drummer is easy because it has pro-grade handles recessed into the left and right sides. It has a switchable power supply so it works anywhere in the world.
The TransActive Drummer is the perfect speaker system for practicing and performing your drums.
iPod is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
All information is preliminary and subject to change.