For each musician it is difficult to get a great amplified guitar tone at a low level. This has always been a great challenge while recording at home and also in the studio. Finding the balance between volume and still having a good sound is not only challenging but also very time consuming.
The Box of Doom is an isolation cabinet with an inclosed speaker and the possibility to connect up to three microphones. It is designed to produce the genuine sound of a speaker, without the sound level and interferance of a 'normal' cabinet/microphone combination. Just connect your speaker- and microphone cable and you are ready to rock. The speaker is mounted on a cassette and allows you to change the speaker within seconds. The Box of Doom brings you great versatility, with a large choice of speakers and microphones you can create all sounds you like.
The advantages of a Box of Doom
Cassette baffle system, change speaker in just a few seconds.
Very silent (laeq) 29dB noise reduction.
You can use any microphone as you prefer. So you are not obliged to use a pre-installed microphone.
The microphone is placed in front of the speaker and not above it. You don't have to worry about dropping your microphone; at least it won't damage the speaker.
The Box of Doom is the only iso cabinet fit for touring: the outer casing is made of the toughest flightcase material available.
Have a clear view on what you are doing on stage, adjust your microphone and actually see what you are doing, thanks to the white interior of the Box of Doom. The large opening gives you an easy access. Therefor placement of larger microphones is not a problem.
For easy handling and transport, the Box of Doom is fitted with four handle bars for easy lifting (your roadie will love you for it..) and move it around thanks to the four 80mm professional flightcase wheels.
Prepared for bass guitar, with a simple modification (see catalogue) you can also use it for bassguitar.
above:conventional set up
above:silent set up with Box of Doom (the microphone and speaker are intergrated in a closed environment)