Reviews and specs


  • Boss Loop
  • RC-300
  • Compared with the RC-50, the front panel is more simple, less confused. All the elements are arranged in an intuitive order and everything is clear and immediate. The level of each track can be regulated with a fader. XLR with Phantom Power.

  • Boss Loop
  • RC-3
  • Certainly, the remarkable internal memory is one of the most interesting features. In a so compact device up to 3 hours of recording time is really a very good result. Two inputs and two outputs make it particularly flexible.

  • Boss Chorus
  • CH-1
  • A good quality/price ratio. Its ideal context is the effects loop, the acoustic guitar and a clean sound. The equalization is really much effective and can solve many problems. With Rate and Speed the final result can be optimized.

  • Zoom Handheld
  • Q2HD
  • It is compatible with many streaming applications, like Ustream producer, Skype and Flash Media Live Encoder. The streaming on the web is easy and fast. MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 and a remarkable 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution.

  • Sony Handheld
  • ICD-MX20
  • Some features to make a good job and the comptatibility with Dragon Naturally Speaking, but the price is excessive.

  • Korg Handheld
  • MR1000
  • The DSD technology provides an extraordinary audio definition: 1-bit/5.6MHz. Really a record. The slot for 8 batteries testify the natural context of this product, the mobility. The price is important.

  • Roland Cube
  • Cube Lite
  • Substantially, it has been designed to work in conjunction with an Apple device. It can be an iPhone, an iPad or an iPod touch, via the i-CUBE LINK jack. The free CUBE JAM app for iOS can be considered the heart of the Cube Lite.

  • Marshall MG
  • MG15
  • Good, considering the cheap price. The MP3/Line In input is much useful.

  • Fender Hot Rod
  • DeVille 410
  • My opinion, but it's my opinion, is that the only good thing is the clean. It is, certainly, more expensive of how much it is worth. A button to add Gain, called More Drive.