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« on: May 04, 2012, 07:35:12 AM »

Hi there.. Is anyone able to advise if the TC nova Reverb is eay to dial in for use in the effects loop..?
I see this unit is suitable for D type effects loops.

*Does the Nova automatically set the line level for best results when plugged into the loop, or does the user need to calibrate this function manually when using the Nova..?
Thanks alot..! Cheers...
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« Reply #1 on: May 05, 2012, 01:32:37 AM »

Awesome help... Thanking you for that.. Cheers
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« Reply #2 on: May 05, 2012, 05:57:02 PM »

Input Level Calibration
Your Nova Reverb pedal is per default set up to work
well right out the box - just as any other stompbox
pedal. However, you can optimize the performance of
your Nova pedals AD/DA converters by calibrating the
input sensitivity. Follow this step-by-step guide:
• Calibration of the input sensitivity should be done
to the max. expected input level. Therefore you
should turn on boosters etc. that are placed prior to
the Nova Reverb pedal in the signal chain.
• Press, hold and release the ROOM button. The 5
LEDs in second row from the bottom is lit.
• Play with the loudest* sound you use for a few
seconds and watch some of the 5 LEDs turn off
one by one. How many that are turned off, depend
on the output of your guitar. When no further
changes seem to appear the pedal is calibrated.
• Press any key to exit.
• The pedal is now calibrated
* By your “loudest” sound we mean the sound with the highest
dynamic content. This is most likely a clean sound as overdrive
sounds per nature are compressed.

Would I be right in thinking that the loudest setting for any pedal in the loop on an OTS would be with the amp running at a high volume or am I misunderstanding how the loop works??

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