Tone King Unveils New Ironman II Power Attenuator

A 100W precision compensated reactive power attenuator, the Ironman II features 18 attenuation settings that adjust the amount of power sent to the speakers.
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Tone King Ironman II

Tone King Ironman II

Tone King has unveiled its new Ironman II power attenuator.

A 100W precision compensated reactive power attenuator, the Ironman II features 18 attenuation settings that adjust the amount of power sent to the speakers. The unit, in the meantime, absorbs the rest.

The Ironman II features two impedance controls—one each for the amp input and speaker output—in addition to a tuned reactive load and transformer coupled power division circuitry.

The Ironman II is also built with an analog speaker cabinet simulation for DI via balanced XLR, with switches for level and a choice of speaker center or edge mic’ing and ground-lift. A dummy load, a three-way presence switch, attenuate/bypass switch and line out also come standard.

The Tone King Ironman II is available now for $795.

For more info, head on over to toneking.com.

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