Aalberg ROM RO-1 Reverb w/ Wireless Control

by Aalberg
$249.99

The ROM RO-1 Reverb Pedal from Aalberg Audio uses complex algorithms to recreate an endless variety of warm and realistic-sounding reverb effects, both mono and stereo, in a stompbox that can be controlled wirelessly with the optional AERO AE-1 controller. The ALT footswitch toggles between different pre-configured user settings, allowing you to switch between two different types of reverbs or use different pre-delay values.

The ROM RO-1 Reverb Pedal can also be controlled by a free iOS / Android remote app that provides easy editing and allows the saving of presets for later recall. All the electronics are contained in a rugged, custom-made aluminum housing, while the onboard green LED bars at the top provide actual parameter settings, easily seen from a distance or in low light. The ROM is powered by an optional 9V adapter.

General Features

  • Parameters: Size, EQ, and Mix
  • Switch between plate and hall reverb
  • True bypass
  • Compatible with AERO AE-1 Wireless Controller
  • Upgrade firmware and sound algorithms by using the Aalberg Update app (iOS only)
  • Control pedal and get extended functionality using the Aalberg Remote App (Coming soon)

Controls

  • Size: From small room to an extreme big hall sound
  • EQ: Low Pass Filter to change between a bright tone to a darker reverb tone
  • Mix: Dry/wet mix: from completely dry sound to completely wet reverb sound
  • FX-Select (ALT)
    • FX-Select: Choose active effect parameter (Size, EQ or Mix) for wireless control with AERO controller (optional)
    • ALT: Lets you change between two modes for the ROM pedal. Press and hold the FX-Select footswitch to toggle between the two modes
      • ALT (no light): Short pre-delay
      • ALT (light): Long pre-delay
  • On/Off: Set the pedal to ON (activated) or OFF (true bypass)

Input / Output Setups

  • Mono In / Mono Out: Connect your instrument to Mono In and the amplifier to Mono Out
  • Mono In / Stereo Out: Connect your instrument to Mono In and use both Mono and Stereo Outputs. This gives a stereo spread between the two outputs
  • Dry / Wet Split: Connecting your instrument to Stereo In will split the dry wet signal as follows
    • Mono Out: 100% wet signal
    • Stereo Out: 100% dry signal
  • Stereo In / Stereo Out: For a more spacious reverb using two amplifiers. Connect stereo signal to both inputs, then connect one amplifier to Mono Out, and another amplifier to Stereo Out