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Disaster Area DesignsqConnect MIDI Foot Controller Pedal

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$199.99

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Disaster Area Designs qConnect

Designed to work with your MIDI 1/4" devices, the qConnect from Disaster Area Devices is a compact nine channel MIDI controller. Whether it's a pedal from Chase Bliss, Meris, Alexander Pedals, Red Panda, or any other device that uses 1/4" MIDI, the qConnect also has both a 5-pin MIDI input and output, so your other pedals won't feel left out. Six of the channels are designed to only send MIDI information while two channels are bi-directional which lets you utilize features like preset backup or with other Disaster Area Designs products. Using the gHost adapter, you can also control MIDI-over-USB devices. Additionally, the two bi-directional ports can be configured for expression pedals and tap tempo, which you can distribute throughout your MIDI ecosystem. For pedalboards that have a lot of 1/4" MIDI devices, USB-MIDI devices, as well as standard 5-pin MIDI devices, the qConnect from Disaster Area Designs is your key for making things more streamlined.

qConnect Features

  • MIDI Controller designed for 1/4" MIDI devices
  • Supports up to 9 devices
  • Control MIDI-over-USB with gHost adapter
  • 5-pin DIN MIDI ports for input and output
  • Route any incoming MIDI to any other connected device
  • 6 1/4" MIDI outputs
  • 2 1/4" bi-directional MIDI ports
  • Control all devices separately or together
  • Dimensions: 4.8" x 2.6" x 1.4" (120mm x 66mm x 35mm)
  • Power Specs: 9V DC, 100mA or less
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