|The Triline basically routes guitar signals to different
functions as an active A/B/Y box. The Triline's universal
design makes it
possible to utilize various options:
1. A single guitar can be routed to either amplifier A or
B or to both.
2. Two guitars can be routed to different systems, e.g.
an electric guitar to a guitar amplifier, and an acoustic-electric
guitar to a PA system via an integral DI box.
3. A dedicated output is provided to connect a tuner. The Triline can be muted for silent tuning.
4. Using an additional device (E-Frog), one guitar can
switch between two amplifier heads. However, both amplifiers
use only one speaker cabinet, i.e.
the output of the amplifier in use is routed to the speaker
cabinet. A load box prevents damage to the amplifier which is not in use.
The routing is done without any audible delay or clicking
noise. The outputs
to the amplifiers are tranformer isolated to prevent ground
humming. You can match the channel gain using the trim
is a special output for connecting up a tuning device.
During tuning, the
amplifier outputs can be muted.