MIDI FOOT CONTROLLER

Prostage develops and manufactures professional, programmable MIDI foot controllers with StageWire Technology. StageWire is a stage proof MIDI connection which enables several devices, such as foot controllers, switchers and loopers, to communicate with each other in both directions (bi-directional) with only one standard microphone cable from device to device. Furthermore, the MIDI foot controllers are powered over the microphone cable (phantom power).


The StageWire technology developed by Prostage is the most advanced solution in the field of MIDI Foot Controller as well as Loop & Switch Systems. The Foot Controllers are designed extremely sturdily made of 1,5mm sheet steel. The connectors are positioned in a way that prevent damaging of the plugs by treading. All Prostage Foot Controllers have a connector to connect two Expression Pedals.


Depending on the Model and Operating Mode, the MIDI foot controllers sends Program Changes and/or Button on/off messages (instant access; also called "stompbox mode").
 

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X10 - MIDI foot pedal; recall up to 999 Presets
The X10 MIDI foot pedal lets you recall up to 999 sounds / presets. Various operating modes are ..
428.00 € ≈ $ 505.51
Ex Tax: 353.72 € ≈ $ 417.78
Based on 4 reviews.
X07 - MIDI Board with 7 Instant Access Switches or 7 Presets
The X07 MIDI board lets you recall seven presets, or the switches of the receiver are turned on ..
328.00 € ≈ $ 387.40
Ex Tax: 271.07 € ≈ $ 320.17
Based on 5 reviews.
X05 - Small MIDI Foot Controller with 999 Presets
The X05 footswitch is a small MIDI foot controller that lets you recall songs and presets. The p..
348.00 € ≈ $ 411.02
Ex Tax: 287.60 € ≈ $ 339.69
Based on 1 reviews.
XTD - Display for tuner as well as song and preset names
The Prostage XTD display is a large display to show song- and preset names. The names can be fre..
298.00 € ≈ $ 351.97
Ex Tax: 246.28 € ≈ $ 290.88

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