We’re honored to announce that we’ve been nominated in two categories in the NAMM TEC Awards. Both the JX44 V2 and PZ-Pro are among this year’s nominees, and we couldn’t be more proud.
The JX44 V2 Guitar, Amp & FX Signal Manager has been nominated in the ‘Production Essentials’ category. An updated version of the popular JX44, the V2 allows you to combine 4 instrument inputs with 4 amp outputs, and includes a bunch of helpful features for maximum switching flexibility. A stereo FX loop, a wealth of footswitch control options (including MIDI), an in-built SGI line driver, amongst others, mean there are few switching situations the unit won’t be able to assist with.
Meanwhile, the PZ-Pro is nominated in the ‘Musical Instrument Amplification & Effects’ category. The 2-channel acoustic pre-amp is a complete ‘Swiss Army Knife’ for acoustic performers, combining a DI with a versatile switcher, and also incorporates a mic input, in-depth EQ options and an FX loop.
The TEC Awards are amongst the most prestigious in the music tech industry. Since their inception in 1985, Radial have appeared on the nominees list numerous times, with the Workhorse WR8 taking home the ‘Signal Processing Technology/Hardware’ award in 2011.
The 37th awards ceremony takes place on June 4th, 2022 at the NAMM show in Anaheim, California. Voting will open this November, so keep checking the blog and our social media for details of how to get involved.