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   * **SGA:** The Safe Gain Adjustment is an automatic gain-reduction functionality developed by Two notes Audio Engineering,​ This parameter can be either Off, Out or Out Link. When set to Out, the Torpedo will detect any saturation at the output stage, either on the A or B channel, and lower the volume of the corresponding output. In Out Link mode, both channels will see their volume decreased as soon as one is overloading. Use that mode if you process a stereo input, to maintain the stereo image.   * **SGA:** The Safe Gain Adjustment is an automatic gain-reduction functionality developed by Two notes Audio Engineering,​ This parameter can be either Off, Out or Out Link. When set to Out, the Torpedo will detect any saturation at the output stage, either on the A or B channel, and lower the volume of the corresponding output. In Out Link mode, both channels will see their volume decreased as soon as one is overloading. Use that mode if you process a stereo input, to maintain the stereo image.
  
-  * **Loadbox Mode:** The Torpedo Studio features a loadbox that can be either Reactive or Resistive. that is a unique function that let you choose either the warm sounding Resistive mode, or the brighter and closer to real speaker impedance ​Resistive ​mode.+  * **Loadbox Mode:** The Torpedo Studio features a loadbox that can be either Reactive or Resistive. that is a unique function that let you choose either the warm sounding Resistive mode, or the brighter and closer to real speaker impedance ​Reactive ​mode.
  
   * **Load Compensation:​** Only in Resistive mode, this option activates a filter that corrects the dynamic reactions of the amplifier when it is used with a loadbox (see section 2. 1). To get the most realistic sound possible, you should activate it when you are using the integrated loadbox of the Torpedo Studio, and deactivate it when using a speaker cabinet plugged into the "​Speaker Thru" output (number 13 in figure 3.2). You can choose to let it Off to get a softer and warmer tone.   * **Load Compensation:​** Only in Resistive mode, this option activates a filter that corrects the dynamic reactions of the amplifier when it is used with a loadbox (see section 2. 1). To get the most realistic sound possible, you should activate it when you are using the integrated loadbox of the Torpedo Studio, and deactivate it when using a speaker cabinet plugged into the "​Speaker Thru" output (number 13 in figure 3.2). You can choose to let it Off to get a softer and warmer tone.
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