1 – IN
Connect your instrument here. The input is a ¼” TS (unbalanced) jack socket.
2 – SEND
Use this unbalanced output to connect to effects pedals or to an amp’s Instrument input when the 4-CABLE METHOD switch (E) is activated. The SEND output is a ¼” TS jack socket.
When the 4-CABLE METHOD switch is activated, and when ReVolt is bypassed (no active channel), the SEND outputs the dry/unaffected guitar signal to the connected amplifier/device.
3 – RETURN
Use this unbalanced input to connect the output of any external effects to ReVolt, or connect the amp’s effects loop SEND to this input when the 4-CABLE METHOD switch (E) is activated. The RETURN input is a ¼” TS jack socket panel-mount connector.
When using effects pedals (delay, reverb, etc.), ensure the 4-CABLE METHOD is set to O. The processed signal of the effects will be heard when a channel is active on ReVolt.
4 – OUT
This unbalanced output (¼” TS jack) sends the dry signal of ReVolt’s channels – the CAB SIM is never applied to this output.
5 – MIDI IN/OUT
The MIDI In/Out sockets are ⅛” TRS jack panel-mount connectors. One TRS 1/4” jack to MIDI type A adapter cable is provided with ReVolt.
By default, ReVolt sends and receives Program Change (PC) messages from 1 to 7 . Edit all MIDI messages through ReVolt’s dedicated MIDI Setup menus (see the MIDI SETUP section of the manual for more details)
6 – BALANCED OUT
Use this balanced output to connect directly to your audio interface, monitors or mixing desk. Apply speaker simulation to this output with the Cab Sim Switch (F). The GND/LIFT switch eliminates unwanted hum caused by ground loops when activated.
7 – MAINS POWER ADAPTOR
Connect the provided power supply here. ReVolt needs 12V DC, 600mA and a center negative polarity to work.