The HeadRush FRFR-112 is a 2000-watt full-range, flat-response powered cabinet that perfectly complements your HeadRush Pedalboard (or any other multi-FX/amp modeler) to give you a realistic "amp-in-the-room" sound. You can also connect your HeadRush Pedalboard to 2 FRFR-112s in stereo to really make an impression! This article will answer popular questions about the features and functionality of the HeadRush FRFR-112.
Frequently Asked Questions
- What does FRFR stand for?
- What is the output power of the FRFR-112?
- Can I use other FX Modelers with the FRFR-112?
- Can I use other effect modelers with the FRFR-112?
- If I'm using a HeadRush pedalboard, what output level will get me the best signal response?
- Why is my Headrush clipping on the recommended settings?
- Should I use the TRS or XLR connection?
- Why is the output from my Headrush so low?
- Could I set up two FRFR-112 cabinets for stereo output?
- Can you link multiple cabinets together in mono?
- How much does it weigh?
- Can you mount the cabinet on a speaker stand?
- Where can I get further technical support?
FRFR stand for: Full-Range, Flat-Response.
The FRFR-112 has a powerful 2000 Watt peak power rating; 1000 Watts Continuous RMS.
Absolutely! While the FRFR-112 was designed to be the ultimate companion to the HeadRush Pedalboard, its unique design and transparent response make it perfect for achieving an authentic sound with any multi-FX or amp modeler.
Like all gain staging, this will depend on the level of the source (i.e. your rig/pedal chain) and the preferred noise level for the room or environment. Our recommended starting point is 6 on the HeadRush Pedalboard's Master Volume, and 6 for the input on the FRFR-112. This will give you a clean signal with plenty of headroom.
This may be due to an IR (Impulse Response) being present in your signal chain. Some IR samples have higher natural volume levels and should be turned down using the "gain" parameter on the IR page.
If you are not using an IR but still hear clipping, you can adjust the full rig’s level at the rig output by pressing Output in the bottom right corner of the HeadRush Pedalboard’s display and use the top-most knob on the right of the display to turn down the rig volume until the clipping is no longer present.
If using a third-party multi-fx/amp modeler, refer to its user manual for a similar process if necessary.
Both inputs are line-level, so either XLR or TRS can be used depending on your preference and the output type on your multi-fx/amp modeler. The TRS inputs will also accept TS input.
Check that the Amp/Line switch on the back of the Headrush is set to Line. This will set the HeadRush’s output to the correct level for the FRFR-112’s line-level inputs, which is +18dBu.
Yes! This setup is great if you are using stereo FX, or multiple amps (with different panning settings) in your rig on the HeadRush Pedalboard. For a stereo setup, connect the left and right main outputs on the HeadRush Pedalboard (or other multi-fx/amp modeler) to two separate FRFR-112 cabinets; one speaker connected to the left output, one speaker connected to the right output.
Yes! FRFR-112 cabinets can be daisy-chained using the XLR Output on each speaker. Connect an XLR cable from the output of one cabinet to the input on your second cabinet. This will produce the same mono signal through both cabinets.
The FRFR-112 weighs 39.5 lbs (16.3 kg).
Yes, the FRFR-112 can be mounted on standard size tripod, speaker stands.
Whether you are a customer or dealer, if you already own a Headrush product, or if you just have pre-sales questions, the Headrush technical support team is available to help!
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