- Dec 2, 2014
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You can do silent recording, just don't plug the cab in the Captor. When there's a cab plugged in, the captor does not load the energy, the cab does. When there's no cab plugged, the captor loads the amps energy and you're safe to record silently.Thanks for the explanation , now I got it. it would be a very similar use case for me since I would only record at home and could use external IR. I see as disadvantage that the cheaper version attenuates –20DB and maybe would require some tuning to do silent recording
All I miss in the Captor V1 is a switch to disengage the cabs instead of having to physically remove the cab's jack out of its socket. A switch in its front would be nice.