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SPL Cabulator - Speaker Simulator

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The Cabulator combines three main features for e-guitar amplifiers: power soak, speaker simulation, and D.I. output.Thanks to the variable power soak you can play any amp loud without being lo...

The Cabulator combines three main features for e-guitar amplifiers: power soak, speaker simulation, and D.I. output.


Thanks to the variable power soak you can play any amp loud without being loud – with headphones even inaudible if necessary.


The Cabulator’s fully analog design excludes latencies. It thereby gives the guitarist a direct response with an authentic punch. Even the most subtle guitar amp nuances are reproduced as precisely as harmonics structures and dynamic response of a cabinet.


You always get a top signal in recording quality in seconds – both for direct recording and for a live mix.


You can operate the Cabulator intuitively right from the start and need no further know-how. The sound tuning is well balanced so that there are no bad or wrong settings at all, but a broad range of great sounds instead.



  • With the Cabulator a guitar amp can always be played loud without necessarily being loud.

  • Fully analog construction for authentic sonic quality and direct, latency-free playability.

  • Variable power soak without dynamic loss or damped highs.

  • Passive power soak: the power soak functionality and regulation is passive and can also be used without power connection.

  • The transformer-based design maintains the harmonic content of a tube amp.

  • Sound processing is independent from absolute volume levels, which means that no recording room is necessary and ear-saving work is possible everywhere and at any time.

  • Sonically much more flexible than a fixed cabinet/mike set in that different sound characteristics can be simulated.

  • Multiple guitar tracks can be “stacked” – the doubled layers become “phatter”. In the process, there will not be any thinning effect from phase shifts as with digital simulation.

  • 100 Watts power soak: the power amp‘s distortion may, as with cabinets, be integrated into an authentically distorted sonic design.

  • Resulting recorded sounds are independent from room characteristics.

  • Signals for live mixes are at recording quality level and free from crosstalk from other sound sources.

  • The guitarist can play in the control room to listen and react to the playback directly.

  • Significantly less time spent and much more efficiency and convenience in equipment setup, preparation, and working with sound variations.

  • Working procedures and connections follow customary standards of amp and cabinet sets.

  • The D. I. OUTPUT is transformer-balanced and provides for galvanic insulation.

  • Connections from the D. I. OUTPUT can be both balanced or unbalanced.

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