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Quilter Expands Steelaire Amp Lineup

June 23, 2014
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Quilter Labs is proud to announce the Steelaire Rackmount and the Steelaire Pro amplifiers rounding out their catalog of high quality professional Steelaire amplifiers. Sporting a whopping 200 watts (with an additional 200 watts of headroom) the Steelaire Rackmount is the solution for the player who wants big power and portability for their existing speakers. Utilizing an active switchmode power supply, under-voltage or "dirty AC" no longer pose an issue.
 
The player will get good clean consistent tone no matter what the venue throws at you. The Steelaire Pro is a system designed for the Pro player who needs both rack-mountable power and the ability to separate the head from the cabinet for isolation-booth recording. The Steelaire Pro is aimed at the pro level player who needs the most flexible solutions for stage and studio. Great for putting the amplifier in a recording isolation booth while maintaining the controls outside the booth, the Steelaire Pro is quickly becoming a standard for pro level recording. Utilizing Quilter’s patent pending technology, the Steelaire Pro and Steelaire Rackmount deliver the same tube-like qualities as all Quilter products without the drawbacks of classic technology. Already on stage and in the studio with Robert Randolph, Ward Williams (Randy Houser), Tim Sergent (Dierks Bentley), and Greg Liesz (Clapton, John Mayer), they are quickly becoming the norm in high power professional amplification.

Steelaire Pro

• Pro Cabinet with head:35 lbs (16kg), 23 x 21 x 10.5 in (48.4 x 53.4 x 26.7cm)
• Rack Mount head: 7.2 lbs (3.3kg), 2RU, 3.5 x 19 x 7.7 in (8.9 x 48.2 x 19.6cm)
• Powerful:200 watts (400 watts of internal headroom for maximum voltage swing)
• Dual inputs:Supports multiple instruments or buffered pedal loop
• Input mode selector:Selects Ch1, Mute, Ch2, or Ch1+2
• 4 Band Active EQ:Bass(100 Hz), Low Mid(500 Hz), High Mid(2kHz), Treble(5kHz)
• Limiter:Fully adjustable from clean to dirty
• Tremolo:Adjustable depth and rate
• Reverb:Adjustable depth, dwell, and tone
• Master:Adjusts output power from 0 to 200 watts
• Dual speaker outputs:1/4", 2 to 16 ohms
• Remote control connection:Accepts RJ45 cable (Cat 5,6,7,etc.)
• Effects loop:Send, Return, and 9 volt DC out, 200 mA max
• Direct Out:600 ohm, isolated, balanced, 300 mV peak
• Available accessories:Floor mount or leg mount 6-way remote controller with cable, tilt back legs, and freeballistic nylon cover.

Steelaire Rackmount

• Portable: 2RU, 7.7” (19.6cm) deep, 7.2 lbs (3.3kg)
• Powerful: 200 watts (400 watts of internal headroom for maximum voltage swing)
• Dual inputs: Supports multiple instruments or buffered pedal loop
• Input mode selector: Selects Ch1, Mute, Ch2, or Ch1+2
• 4 Band EQ: Bass(100 Hz), Low Mid(500 Hz), High Mid(2kHz), Treble(5kHz)
• Limiter: Fully adjustable from clean to dirty
• Tremolo: Adjustable depth and rate
• Reverb: Adjustable depth, dwell, and tone
• Master: Adjusts output power from 0 to 200 watts
• Dual speaker outputs: 1/4", 2 to 16 ohms
• Remote control connection: Accepts RJ45 cable (Cat 5,6,7,etc.)
• Effects loop: Send, Return, and 9 volt DC out, 200 mA max
• Direct Out: 600 ohm, isolated, balanced, 300 mV peak
• Available accessories: Floor mount or leg mount 6 way remote controller

“The Steelaire Pro evidences our commitment to the steel guitar community and any guitarist looking for a big, powerful 15” speaker without the crushing weight.” Says company CEO Chris Parks. “The Steelaire Rackmount is quite simply the most powerful, and full featured Rackmount head in our lineup. It is quickly becoming a standard for players everywhere. ”
 
Suggested retail price: Steelaire Rackmount ($999.00) Steelaire Pro ($1,799.00) USD.

The Steelaire Rackmount and Steelaire Pro are available for immediate shipment and can be ordered through Quilter’s extensive dealer network. Visit us online at www.quilterlabs.com/steelaire for more information or to find a dealer.

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